Mount Rushmore: Nickelodeon Game Shows

For our older readers (mom), you may not get all the references. But to those of you in the right age range, these should be right in the wheel house:
Double Dare

Ah, the classic game show that started it all. You see, it was break-through because kids could get their parents all messy. Kids will pretty much watch anything that invloves dumping slime on their parents, just the same as they’d buy any toy that turned into something.


Nick Arcade

This one is purely out of personal preference. Man, this game was just terrible. But to a 10 year old boy, the mere thought of getting to play IN a video game was enough to get me to watch.

Legends of the Hidden Temple

Does this even need an explanation? This show is one of the greatest television shows in history. This is a fact. It is also a fact that the Green Monkeys were the greatest team in history. Care to challenge that? Bring it. But be careful. The choices are yours and yours alone. Good luck.



Let’s go to Mo’ for the explanation. MO’!!

At the sound of my whistle, the readers will have 60 seconds to disagree with this entry. Any person that disagrees will be kicked in the face. Most kicks in wins.


4 Responses to “Mount Rushmore: Nickelodeon Game Shows”

  1. The Northerner Says:

    Another classic, possibly replacing Nick Arcade: What Would You Do?

    I’ve never seen more people covered in cream since… well, nevermind.

  2. Mo Gal Says:

    I am currently wearing my Green Monkeys shirt at this moment.

    And did you know that Marc Summers is obsessive complusive?

    And his real last name is Berkowitz?

    You’re welcome.

  3. The Northerner Says:

    I had heard he has OCD but I didn’t know his real last name. I wonder if he is related to the serial killer.

  4. C Gally Says:

    Yes, What Would You Do was considered, along with that one with Summer Sanders and Little Pete.

    A lot of “Summer” names around here.

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