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Saturday, 16 November 1996

Also Starring...: Behind The Scenes At Kenan & Kel | Ooze News | November 1996

Ooze News - November 1996

Also Starring...

Behind the scenes at Kenan & Kel

It takes five days and 75 crew members to produce one half-hour episode of Kenan & Kel, Nickelodeon's spin-off of All That. The crew does everything from directing to making sure the stars have their favorite kind of soda (orange). Here's a peek at some of the people who worked behind the scenes for nearly four months last summer to being you the show.

Head of the Crew

Name: Brian Robbins
Job: Executive producer with Mike Tollin
What that means: Brian oversees the scriptwriting, casting, and hiring of the entire crew, and he even directs some episodes. He also supervises the editing of each show.
Quality control: Brian has worked both behind and in front of the cameras (he played Eric on Head of the Class), but he prefers producing and directing. "It's more creative, because I work on the whole process," he says. "As an actor, I could only control how I said my lines."

The Write Stuff

Names: Kevin Kopelow, Heath Seifert, and Dan Schneider (above, from left)
Jobs: Writers
What that means: It takes Kevin and Heath (who work as a team) and Dan about one week to come up with the plot and write the script for each episode. And, as the show is rehearsed, they have to rewrite some of the dialogue and jokes to get bigger laughs from the studio audience.
Moonlighting: Dan, who's also the co-executive producer, guest stars as Angus, the rival of Kenan's boss. Kevin and Heath (who are both producers, too) and Dan also write for All That.

One Show, Hold the Mayo

Name: Merrie Dudley
Job: Producer
What that means: Merrie's job is all about the nuts and bolts of the show. She makes a schedule that lets the cast and crew know where they should be and what they should be doing every minute of the 10-hour workdays. During the summer, each week's schedule would lead up to Friday night's taping in front of a studio audience.
On a roll: "I'm pretty much like a fast-food manager," says Merrie. "It's like I know who's making the fries, who's cleaning the bathroom, and who's working the drive-thru."

Shop 'Til You Drop

Name: Bruce Anthony Marshall
Job: Costume Designer
What that means: Bruce makes sure Kenan, Kel, and all the other actors have the right things to wear in every scene. For an average show, he needs to buy or sew more than 20 different outfits.
Sew much fun: Bruce's favorite part of his job is creating looks for brand-new characters. He once made up costumes for people from imaginary countries. "That's when my job gets really good," he says.

Joel of All Trades

Name: Joel Fisher
Job: Production Coordinator
What that means: Joel keeps things running behind the scenes. He wears a headset and carries a beeper while working so he can be reached at any moment to take care of everyone's requests, which once entailed sending someone to buy a specific flavor of gum.
A dogged worker: "I'll do whatever it takes to make sure the show goes on. I've had producers ask me to walk their dog when there was no way for them to get home to do it," he says.

It's a Dirty Job

Name: David Jordan Jr.
Job: Prop Master
What that means: David builds the show's props and scenery. In one episode, Kel dreams that he is trapped in a giant brown paper bag filled with huge candies, fruit, and ointment. David and his staff had to construct all those objects - mostly by sculpting and painting foam.
Chew on this pencil: David once made an edible pencil for an All That sketch. "I used bubble gum as the center. Then I put Fruit Roll-Ups around the outside and used chocolate sprinkles for the lead," he says.
Scene stealer: David also designs sets for All That. And, woodn't you know, he designed Stick Stickly.

Names: Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell

Jobs: Stars

We asked Kenan Thompson (left) and Kel Mitchell about their new show.

Nickelodeon Magazine: How is Kenan & Kel different from All That?
Kenan: Well, on Kenan & Kel we play the same characters every week. We're always getting into trouble. I'm always scheming, trying to come up with a get-rich-quick plan. And Kel follows me because he's my best friend.

NM: Does that happen in real life, too?
Kel: Sometimes, though in real life it's not always Kenan doing the leading.

NM: Do you like the fact that your characters have your real names?
Kenan: Yeah - but we're not really like them. Kel is a lot brighter in real life, and I'm not as much of a schemer as I am on TV.

NM: Did you help develop your characters?
Kenan: Yes. The writers gave us a skeleton of the characters, and we put the meat on them. We bring our own shenanigans into the show.

NM: Why isn't the show called Kel & Kenan?
Kel: Kenan & Kel just flows better. Anyway, we're a team, so I don't mind.

Kenan & Kel airs Saturdays at 8 PM*.

*Show airs one hour earlier in the central time zone. Times subject to change. Check local listings for details.

Sidoni's No Phony

Nick stars David Sidoni and Melissa Joan Hart are the spokespeople for Nickelodeon's Kids Pick the President campaign coverage. We asked David about the time he spent at the Republican and Democratic Conventions, where Bob Dole and Bill Clinton were officially nominated as their parties' presidential candidates.

Nickelodeon Magazine: Did you get bored during all those speeches?
David Sidoni: No. There were huge video screens where I could either watch the speakers or read along, because the words ran across the screen. I also looked around to see people's reactions.

NM:  Did you see many silly hats?
DS: Yes. I saw the silliest hat at the Democratic Convention. It was 15 feet tall and made of lacquered balloons. Each balloon had a political message written on it.

NM: Do you remember any funny slogans?
DS: A lot of funny sayings were on buttons. They were often about Socks, the Clintons' cat. The Republican buttons read THROW SOCKS OUT OF THE WHITE HOUSE. The Democrats' read WE LOVE SOCKS.

NM: What is the funniest thing that happened at either convention?
DS: The craziest, coolest thing happened at the Democratic Convention. All of a sudden, "Macarena" was played over the loudspeakers, and the whole place went nuts. I did the Macarena with 75-year-old delegates.

NM: During the Democratic Convention, was it exciting to walk around United Center, the home of the Chicago Bulls?
DS: Of course. I'm a huge sports fan. I was excited to be on the convention floor but even more excited to be on the floor where the Bulls play.

NM: Did you ever run for class president?
DS: I did in the sixth grade. I asked 16 of my friends to hold a 30-foot-long banner in front of me while I was giving a speech. The banner read VOTE FOR SIDONI. HE'S NO PHONY. AND THAT'S NO BALONEY. And I won.

Hey, Herb!

Where you ask the president of Nickelodeon, Herb Scannell, anything you want.

People call you "The Big Cheese." Do you even like cheese?
I'm a big cheese fan. My favorite cheeses are really stinky ones - the stinkier the better. One time my wife and I bought some smelly cheese at the store, and then we got on the bus to go home. When I walked on, people must have thought there was a baby in a stinky diaper on board. We had to tell them that it was just our cheese.

What do you do at Nickelodeon?
I'm kind of like a principal, but I don't think the people who work here are afraid of me. I oversee Nickelodeon, Nick at Nite, and TV Land. I'm responsible for everything from Nickelodeon Online to the channels we are starting around the world. I try to make sure that kids are happy with us. It's a problem if they aren't.

Do you have any questions for Herb?
Send them to:

Hey, Herb!
1515 Broadway, 41st Floor
New York, NY 10036


Watch back-to-back episodes of all the Nicktoons during the Non-Stop Nicktoons Weekend beginning Wednesday, November 27, at 6 PM*.

* Shows air one hour earlier in the central time zone. Shows subject to change. Check your local listings for details.

Additional source: Wikipedia.

Wednesday, 16 October 1996

TV Goes KABLAM! | Ooze News | Halloween | October 1996

Ooze News - October 1996

TV Goes


Action League Now!'s Thundergirl, Meltman and Justice blast off.

KABLAM! isn't just the sound of exploding dynamite; it's also the name (and noise) of Nickelodeon's new Friday night show, which starts October 11 at 8 PM*.

KABLAM! is a half-hour cartoon variety show hosted by two wisecracking cartoon kids named Henry and June. The show crams at least five cartoons into each episode. Plus, KABLAM! looks totally different from other shows because it mixes all kinds of animation.

Here's a look at some of the cartoons that go KABLAM!


Starring: Henry and June

What it's about: Henry and June are best friends who live inside a comic book. They pop up a few times each episode - letting their imaginations run wild, dreaming up nutty situations, and introducing the other KABLAM! segments.

Get used to hearing: "Kablammy" and "Kablammerific" to describe anything that's good or funny.

How it's done: Computer animation: The pictures are hand-drawn and then animated using computers.


Starring: Sniz, Fondue, Bianca, and Snuppa

What it's about: Sniz and Fondue are two wacky cats who get into a lot of trouble. Sniz, who's smaller (and louder), drags the nervous Fondue into the thick of things.

Get used to hearing: "Cut me an over-sized wedge!" which is Sniz and Fondue's way of saying "Give me a break!" When Sniz is very excited, he says, "Snap me down!"

How it's done: Cel animation. Several slightly different character drawings are made on celluloid (clear plastic sheets). One at a time, the drawings (or cels) are placed on a background drawing and then photographed. When all those photos are run in order, it looks like the character is moving. Cel animation is used to make many cartoons, including Rugrats.


Starring: Thundergirl, Meltman, The Chief, The Flesh, Stinky Diver, Justice, and The Mayor

What it's about: A motley crew of action figures clumsily tries to make the world a better place.

Get used to hearing: "Ouchies!" after The Flesh has been crushed. The Chief yells "Blast it!" when he's in fear of being blown up.

How it's done: CHUCKIMATION and stop-action. CHUCKIMATION is pretty low-tech. To make the characters look like they're flying, people off-camera throw (or chuck) the action figures into the camera frame.

In stop-action animation, 3-D objects (such as the action figures) are photographed each time they are moved. When all those photographs are seen in rapid succession, the figures look like they're moving on their own. James and the Giant Peach was filmed using stop-action.

Also look for:

Prometheus and Bob

Life With Loopy

Plus Angela Anaconda, The Offbeats, and Patch Head.

* All times are for eastern and Pacific time zones. Show airs one hour earlier in the central time zone. Times subject to change. Check your local listings for details.

Hey, Herb!

Where you ask the president of Nickelodeon, Herb Scannell, anything you want.

What is the worst Halloween costume you have ever worn?
When I started working for Nickelodeon, I went to a party as the color orange. All my clothes - including my socks and shoes - were orange. I even painted my hands, neck, face, and ears with orange greasepaint. And when I got home, I tried to wash the paint off, but my ears stayed orange. They looked like they were radioactive. It took about a week for me to get all the paint off.

What was your favorite candy as a kid?
Sweetarts were my favorite candy until I was about nine years old. One day I bought a giant Sweetart. I ate about half of it and couldn't eat any more. The other half sat in the fridge for almost a year, until it was finally thrown away. That Sweetart conquered me.

Do you have any questions for Herb? Send them to:

Hey, Herb!
1515 Broadway, 41st Floor
New York, NY 10036

What's New on Nick

You don't have to wait much longer for More Nick. Starting Monday, October 7, Nickelodeon stays tuned until 8:30 PM* - that's an extra half hour filled with new shows and episodes. Here's a schedule:

Hey Arnold! makes Mondays and Wednesdays fantastic.

Tuesdays and Thursdays are superpowered by The Secret World of Alex Mack.

Fridays explode with KABLAM!

The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss will wow on Sundays.

All shows begin at 8 PM*.


Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell (Mavis and Clavis on All That) star in their own comedy, Kenan and Kel, about two bungling buddies. It begins Saturday, October 12, at 8 PM*. And then at 8:30 PM*, Space Cases relaunches with new episodes.

* All times are for eastern and Pacific time zones. Shows air one hour earlier in the central time zone. Show times subject to change. Check your local listings for details.

Bonus articles:


by David Lewman

IT'S HALLOWEEN, but your home isn't completely decorated until you've recorded a seasonal message on your family's answering machine. Here are two scripts to get you started, but feel free to write your own. (Note: Be sure to get a parent's permission.)

Message #1: Pumpkin Talk

For this message, you need two people.

Actor One: Hi, this is [your name].
Actor Two: And this is Jack O. Lantern.
Actor One: We can't answer the phone right now, because we're busy carving.
Actor Two: Obviously we've already done my wonderful mouth.
Actor One: I think we made it too big. What kind of nose do you want, Jack?
Actor Two: Oh, something Tom Cruise-ish.
Actor One: How about a triangle?
Actor Two: What?! Are you kidding? Hey, not the knife! Ouch!
Actor One: Please hold still, Jack! And please leave us a message.
Actor Two: You know, you didn't scrape out all of my goop.
Machine: *Beep!*

Message #2: At the Sound of the Beep, Howl.

In this message, you play a werewolf.

You: Hello, this is [your name]. I'd love to talk, but there's a full moon tonight. (Growl a little.) Oh, no - I'm getting hair all over the answering machine again. (Growl and howl.) Oops, here come the fangs... and there goes my retainer. (More growling and snorting.) Boy, I could really go for some Ken-L Ration. (Lots of growling.) Please leave a message at the sound of the (long howl).

Revolting But True Facts

by Ruth Lindy and Saun Ellis

Until five years ago [1991], Bat poop was used as an ingredient in eye makeup.

There are fungi that can trap and eat live animals.

The human stomach secretes about a quart of mucus and acid each day.

When a Hydra (a simple freshwater creature) is cut in two, the bottom half grows a new top and the top half grows a new bottom.

The Capybara is the world's largest rodent, weighing 100 pounds. It looks like a cross between a Guinea Pig and a Hippopotamus.

[Bonus: Half of a Oscar Mayer Foods Corporation advertisement for Lunchables.]

Sunday, 15 September 1996

Nickelodeon Stars Explain It All - Ooze News - September 1996


Ooze News - September 1996

Nick Stars Explain It All

You might spend afternoons watching your favorite shows on Nick in the Afternoon. Ever wonder how Nickelodeon stars spend their afternoons? Cheryl Family kicked back with Larisa, Danny, Michael, and Melissa to find out.

Nick in the Afternoon, hosted by Stick Stickly, airs weekdays from 3 to 5 pm.*

Name: Danny Tamberelli, age 14
Show: The Adventures Of Pete and Pete
Character: Little Pete Wrigley
Favorite Snack: Cookies and milk

Name: Michael Maronna, age 19
Show: The Adventures Of Pete and Pete
Character: Big Pete Wrigley
Favorite Snack: Fluffernutter sandwiches and chocolate milk

Nickelodeon Magazine: What do you like to do on weekday afternoons?

Danny Tamberelli: After work, I go home and listen to music, play my bass, or visit friends.

Michael Maronna: I come home from work, plop down in bed, and put on the TV.

NM: Do you ever take afternoon naps?

DT: Only when I have a really rough day.
MM: I'm not much of a napper.

NM: Do you watch any Nickelodeon shows?

DT: I watch all the cartoons. I also watch The Secret World of Alex Mack.
MM: I like watching The Ren & Stimpy Show a lot.

NM: What Nickelodeon character are you like?

DT: I'm like Doug, except I'm a little more carefree than he is.

NM: Have you ever been able to change your scripts?

DT: Little Pete always says things like "blowhole" or "jerkweed." But I sometimes change that kind of stuff. I'll ask the writers, "Can I say this instead of that?" And they say, "Yeah, sure."

NM: How far from the Pete and Pete set in New Jersey have you traveled to film a episode?

MM: Not too far. The farthest we ever went was the Vince Lombardi rest stop on the New Jersey Turnpike.

NM: What's the weirdest thing you've ever found in your dressing room?

MM: Danny Tamberelli [Little Pete].

Name: Larisa Oleynik, age 15
Show: The Secret World of Alex Mack
Character: Alex Mack
Favorite Snack: Cookies and milk

Nickelodeon Magazine: What do you like to do on weekday afternoons?

Larisa Oleynik: If I don't have school, then I usually just come home and watch TV or read. And sometimes I go swimming.

NM: Do you ever take afternoon naps?

LO: Oh yeah, all the time. Sometimes I eat lunch in about five minutes, and then I'll go into my dressing room and take a nap on the couch.

NM: Who decides when you can get a haircut?

LO: I have to ask the producers if I want to change anything about my appearance. I just cut my hair about three inches. I wanted to cut it more, but the producers wouldn't let me. Now, I want to get my ears pierced. I'm talking to them about it.

NM: What are your favorite Nickelodeon shows?

LO: I watch All That right after Alex Mack because I know all the kids. They're just as hilarious in real life as they are on the show - maybe even more so. I watch Rugrats, too.

NM: What Nickelodeon character are you most like?

LO: I'm a combination of Alex and Clarissa. The part of me that's like Clarissa is the part of me that loves to be different and isn't afraid to express herself. The part of me that's like Alex is a little more reserved.

Name: Melissa Joan Hart, age 20
Show: Clarissa Explains It All
Character: Clarissa Darling
Favorite Snack: Cheerios

Nickelodeon Magazine: What do you like to do on weekday afternoons?

Melissa Joan Hart: I'm hardly ever home, but if I am, I like to watch old movies and clean my room.

NM: Do you watch any other Nickelodeon shows?

MJH: I like Rugrats. I like the way the animation is seen from a kid's point of view. Everything is really low to the ground.

NM: How did you memorize your lines for Clarissa Explains It All?

MJH: I would memorize scripts half at a time. I'd learn about twenty-five pages on Wednesday nights and about twenty-five pages on Thursday nights. But, of course, it had to be after [Beverly Hills] 90210.

NM: If you could play any other Nickelodeon character, who would it be and why?

MJH: I'd like to be Stimpy because he's cute, innocent, and lovable. And sometimes he's an idiot.

* All times are for eastern and Pacific time zones. Shows air one hour earlier in the central time zone. Shows subject to change. Check your local listings for details.

Hey, Herb!

Where you ask the president of Nickelodeon, Herb Scannell, anything you want.

What are you favorite sports teams?

I'm a die-hard New York sports fan, probably because I've lived in New York my whole life. I like the Mets for baseball and the Knicks for basketball.

What was your favorite subject in school?

My favorite subject was history. In college, I studied history and English. I know so much history that when I watch Jeopardy!, I can answer many of the questions. I like being able to do that.

Do you like to talk on the phone?

I'd rather talk in person. I like to see how people react to what I'm saying. When I was a kid, I never really called anyone except girls and whenever I did, I would get nervous. That's probably why I don't like talking on the phone.

Do you have any questions for Herb? Send them to ->

Hey Herb!
Nickelodeon Magazine
1515 Broadway, 41st Floor
New York, NY 10036

Help Is On Its Way

You know what it means to help, but what's The Big Help? It's Nickelodeon's way of getting kids to change the world through volunteer work. Help can be anything from tutoring a friend to organizing a recycling campaign. Last year, kids pledged more than 54 million hours to The Big Help. How much time can you give this year?

Tune into Nickelodeon's Big Help-a-Thon on Sunday, September 29, to pledge some time. Then, on Saturday, November 23, The Big Help Day, millions of kids across the country will begin to fulfill their pledges.

You don't have to stop there. You can keep on giving throughout the year.

For more information on how to get involved, write to:

The Big Help
P.O. Box 929
New York, New York 10108

Or, check out The Big Help on Nickelodeon Online on America Online (keyword: Nick).

Nick Off the Old Block

You asked for More Nickelodeon, and now you'll be getting it. Beginning October 7, Nickelodeon stays tuned in until 8:30 PM,* weeknights and Sundays. (Saturdays is SNICK as usual.)

Cut out this handy guide so you'll know which show is on which night.

Nickelodeon - All shows air at 8pm*

Monday: Hey Arnold!
Tuesday: The Secret World of Alex Mack
Wednesday: Hey Arnold!
Thursday: The Secret World of Alex Mack
Friday: KABLAM!
Sunday: The Wubbulous World Of Dr. Seuss

* Eastern and Pacific time zones. Shows air one hour earlier in central time zone. Shows subject to change. Check your local listings for details.

Tuesday, 13 August 1996

Are You Nicktooned In? | Ooze News | August 1996

Ooze News - August 1996

Are You Nicktooned In?

Take our quiz to find out if you are a Nicktoons know-it-all. Circle the correct answer to each question below.


1. Which of the following best describes Chuckie?
A. Cheese lover
B. Brat
C. Fraidy-cat

2. Which Rugrat is the oldest?
A. Tommy
B. Angelica
C. Shag

3. What is Tommy's last name?
A. Pickles
B. Cucumbers
C. Dill

4. What does Grandpa Lou like to do?
A. Cartwheels
B. Nap
C. Eat fried Squid

5. How are Stu and Drew related?
A. They're cousins.
B. They're brothers.
C. They're married.

AAAHH!!! Real Monsters

6. What is the name of the monsters' teacher?
A. The Grump
B. The Grinch
C. The Gromble

7. What happens to monsters when they eat human food?
A. They ask for seconds.
B. They break out in spots.
C. They get sick.

8. What is the monsters' textbook called?
A. Fear and Trembling
B. The Monster Manual
C. How to Serve Man

9. What one thing can hypnotize a monster?
A. An infomercial
B. A lava lamp
C. A blinking VCR clock

10. Where does Krumm keep his eyes at night?
A. In his mouth
B. In his shoes
C. In a glass of water

11. How do monsters know when class is over?
A. A Belch Monster burps.
B. Dracula appears.
C. The teacher's head falls off.

The Ren & Stimpy Show

12. Which of the following is a song on The Ren & Stimpy Show?
A. "Happy, Happy, Joy, Joy!"
B. "Come On, Get Happy"
C. "I'm a Little Teapot"

13. What does Ren like to say to Stimpy?
A. "To the moon, Stimpy!"
B. "You eediot!"
C. "Dy-no-mutt!"

14. Ren and Stimpy's favorite breakfast superhero is:
A. Cap'n Crunch
B. Cruller Crusader
C. Powdered Toastman

15. And where does that superhero's strength come from?
A. Crust
B. Vitamin F
C. Cinnamon

16. Log is:
A. Stimpy's long-lost brother
B. Ren's only child
C. A toy

Rocko’s Modern Life

17. When Rocko is upset, what does he do?
A. He sneezes.
B. He bites his fingernails.
C. He goes shopping.

18. Where does Ed Bighead work?
A. Littlehead Industries
B. Conglom-O-Corp
C. Cranium Inc.

19. What does Slippy the Slug leave behind him wherever he goes?
A. Jell-O molds
B. A slimy trail
C. Bread crumbs

20. What is Really Really Big Man's superpower?
A. His chest can see into the future.
B. He can crack his knuckles.
C. He can turn homework into pizza.

21. What kind of animal are Chuck and Leon?
A. Dachshunds
B. Chameleons
C. Armadillos


22. Doug's dog is named:
A. Tenderloin
B. Chop Suey
C. Porkchop

23. What is Doug's favorite pizza topping?
A. Banana
B. Pineapple
C. Chocolate

24. What does Skeeter want to be when he gets older?
A. A Ping-Pong player
B. An astronaut
C. An adult

25. What is Patti Mayonnaise's favorite sport?
A. Basketball
B. Foosball
C. Beetball

26. Who is Derek Derekson?
A. The World's Greatest Shakespearean Figure Skater
B. The World's Smallest Man
C. A talk-show host

27. Where does Doug live?
A. Biffington
B. Bluffington
C. Bloomington

Answers on page 58.

Hey, Herb!

Where you ask the president of Nickelodeon, Herb Scannell, anything you want.

Do you have a nickname?

Not really. Some people call me Herbie. When I was a kid, I had a couple of nicknames. For about a month, my brother teased me and called me Egbert, after a character in a W.C. Fields movie.

What were you like as a kid?

I was tall and skinny, and I tried lot of different things to put on weight. I used to have a powdered breakfast drink with every meal. I also kept a checklist on the refrigerator to record all the food I ate. But I never succeeded in gaining weight.

What sports do you play?

I play touch football, baseball, and basketball. I like baseball and basketball the best. And in high school, I played lacrosse.

Do you have any questions for Herb? He'll answer some in a future issue. Send them to:

Hey, Herb!
1515 Broadway, 41st Floor
New York, NY 10036


How much do you know about SNICK? Find out with this puzzle. First, answer each question by filling in the blanks below. Then find the correct answers hidden in the word search. Hint: Words read up, down, across, diagonally, and backward. Punctuation isn't included. Answers on page 58.

1. What piece of living room furniture is featured on SNICK? _ O _ _ _

2. What is the first name of the actress who plays Alex Mack? L _ _ _ _ _

3. Who is the head of Paradise Valley Chemical Plant? M _. _ _ _ _ _

4. Who is Alex Mack's sister? _ N _ _ _

5. What group sings All That's theme song? _ L _

6. What is the first name of the actress who plays both Roseanne and Ross Perot on All That? _ _ T _ _ _ _

7. Which All That character has many strange habits? _ _ _ B _ _

8. The club the kids belong to on Are You Afraid of the Dark? is the Midnight _ _ _ _ _ _ Y

9. What is the name of the android on Space Cases? T _ _ _ _ _

10. What is the name of the Space Cases' ship? _ _ _ _ _ T _

SNICK airs every Saturday night from 8-10pm

What's New on Nick

Brand-new episodes of The Secret World of Alex Mack begin at the end of August during SNICK. But don't get too comfy watching Alex Mack on Saturdays. Starting October 8th, the show will move to Tuesdays and Thursdays. That's because Nickelodeon gets to stay up an extra half hour - until 8:30pm - every weeknight. Watch Hey Arnold (below), a new Nicktoon about a nine-year-old boy growing up in a big city, on Mondays and Wednesdays. And on Fridays, check out KaBLaM, where comics and cartoons collide.

All times are for eastern and Pacific time zones. Shows air one hour earlier in the central time zone. Shows subject to change. Check your local listings for details.


How did you do in each Nickelodeon quiz? Let the Nickelodeon Ooze News Archive know in the comments below or on TwitterTumblrGoogle+, on Instagram, and/or Facebook!

Additional sources: Rocko's Modern Life Wiki, Wikipedia (I, II).