Many of the listeners to 102.5 KISS remember the 90s fondly. The music, the movies, and most importantly, the shows from Nickelodeon. The time we didn't spend outside playing and using our imaginations was spent watching everything they had on Nickelodeon. From game shows with Marc Summers to cartoons to a big orange couch for Saturday nights, we lived and breathed Nickelodeon.
That got us thinking, what were some of the best shows they had during the 90s. Some of these shows you'll know and love, some you might have forgotten, but all made us who we were today. Check out the list and see what you think. Are we missing any shows you loved? If you watched all of these shows, you get a gold medal in awesomeness.
It's the show that all introduced us to Christine Taylor. We tuned in each week to see what Ted, Danny, Brad, Melody and Mr. Ernst were doing on the Bar None Ranch that week. See if you can sing along with the song.
Those who didn't go to summer camp in real life went to Camp Anawana. They lived vicariously through Budnick, Donkeylips, Sponge, Z.Z., Dina and Telly. We tried to figure out ways to trip Ug and wondered how back Thud Mackey would pound us if we didn't get his brownies back. Sing along to the theme below.
He's our best friend still, even if he does pretend he's a super hero and wears his underwear outside his shorts. He's Doug, plain and simple. We miss Skeeter, Patty, Pork Chop and even Roger Klotz. See if you remember this song.
It's everyone's favorite game show with everyone's favorite host, Marc Summers. We could have easily picked Double Dare, Family Double Dare or Super Sloppy Double Dare, but everyone loved the pie chair. Watch a full episode of What Would You Do below!
It's the show we were all too ashamed to admit was a little scary to us. 'Are You Afraid of the Dark?' was the staple for SNICK on Saturday nights. Even though we watched with our fingers over our eyes, it was a show we made sure we didn't miss. Watch the first episode below.
She was every girl's role model and every guy's first crush. Clarissa Darling came into our lives like a tornado and left us blown away. She might be the most remembered and loved characters from a Nickelodeon show from the 90s. See if you're a real expert and tell us who is Clarissa's neighbor who always came through her bedroom window to hang out.
All That was the 90s Saturday Night Live for Kids. Though it wasn't the first or last variety show on Nickelodeon, it was the most popular. This writer's favorite part of the show was Vital Information with Lori Beth. Check one out below.
There were plenty of great cartoons from Nickelodeon in the 90s. Ahh Real Monsters, CatDog, Ren & Stimpy, Rugrats, Doug (Mentioned Earlier) and plenty more, but it was Rocko's Modern Life that took the cake. Rocko, Heffer, Fliburt and the rest of the guys always woke you up and got your weekend started off on the right foot. Check out an episode below.
The ultimate show from Nickelodeon from the 1990s was the Adventures of Pete & Pete. Though it only lasted three shorts seasons (which was common for shows from Nickelodeon) it has stood the test of time. It gave us Artie, Petunia, Rolling Thunder and Mr. Tastee. Did anyone ever find out if he took his helmet off?