@Logos-everywhere Which shows and logos do you want to see in Nicktoons: Snap Shot (2004), as well as which consoles it should be released on?
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Here's the Nickelodeon we all know and hate on the right side of the picture. This is actually my version of 2009 Nickelodeon. Nickelodeon is abrasive, trouble-making, immature, jealous, and manipulative, partially due to his restless energy, cleverness, and delusional narcissism. At times, Nick seems to be very rude to her brothers an sisters. He has often demonstrated a hyper, albeit nonchalant personality and is sometimes incredibly loud-mouthed. At times he can be selfish and highly immature, and he is easy to provoke much to their amusement. He can also be pushy and lazy.
Here's the Nickelodeon we all know and love on the left side of the picture. This is actually my version of 1984 Nickelodeon. Nickelodeon is a sweet, sincere and gentle little boy who's emphatic and aware of other people's emotions. He would be the most likely to show concern for a sick friend, to notice when someone is feeling down, care to a pet or a plant. At times, he is very nice to his brothers and sisters. His best friend is Chris Thorndyke, and they frequently play together. Nick can also be a ditzy tomboy. He is generally clumsy, and bad at football. Despite this he is usually optimistic, helpful, and surprising compassionate when the time comes for him to be so.
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Nickelodeon is born in 1977 and make lots of shows what everyone loved. Nick made a PG and PG-13 movies. Nick made a shows animation CGI and Live Action.
Horror Nickelodeon is born in 1987 and make horror version of Nickelodeon shows. Horror Nick likes Rated R movies for some reason.
Nick is friendly and strong, Horror Nick is dangerous and strong.
Who do you think who will win the fight?
Back then, the Nickcoms were actually funny, and sometimes had good messages:
All That has plenty of hilarious sketches such as Good Burger, Coach Kreeton, Superdude, Ask Ashley, Detective Dan, and Vital Information. The sketch, Good Burger was so funny that it was adapted into a movie, although it received mixed reviews from critics. In fact, Good Burger even became an internet meme.
Kenan & Kel has funny jokes.
The Amanda Show’s sketches are absolutely hilarious, and Amanda's performance is really great and hilarious.
The Brothers Garcia also had plenty of hilarious moments.
Drake and Josh has funny jokes and gags.
Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide has funny and hilarious slapstick humor.
Zoey 101 has plenty of funny moments, such as when the entire cast does the Macalana (a parody of the Macarena) in the episode "Zoey's Balloon", and it doesn't even need a laugh track to tell you that it’s funny.
Just Jordan has some funny moments here and there.
iCarly provides comedic entertainment and has memorable hilarious moments, especially from Spencer, Gibby, and T-Bo.
True Jackson, VP has lots of humor and funny moments, such as the running gag with True saying "(you/she/he) (I/said/did) (there was) what now?".
Big Time Rush has great humor that is very funny. Also, the film they made was very decent and funny.
Some spawned internet memes and became well known, Drake & Josh being a good example. During one of their bad episodes, Peruvian Puff Pepper, it’s only redeeming quality was Drake mispronouncing "America" as "Ah-mer-ee-kah", along with the funny face Josh makes, became a famous meme. All That’s sketch (later movie), Good Burger, became an internet meme, as stated before. During one of iCarly’s bad episodes, iMeet Fred, one of it’s redeeming qualities was it spawning the "Whatcha got there?... a smoothie" meme.
The old Nickcom characters were more likable then the modern Nickcom characters:
In Clarissa Explains It All, Clarissa herself is a very likable main protagonist. The other characters such as Sam and Ferguson are likable as well.
Kenan & Kel has great characters. For example, the titular characters are a hilarious take on the classic buddy duo comedy, where one of the characters is a clever schemer and the other is dumb but loyal.
The Amanda Show has funny characters like Judge Trudy, Mr. Gullible, Mr. Oldman and Courtney, and Amanda herself, and Penelope Taynt is the best part of the show as she tries her hardest to meet Amanda.
The Brothers Garcia had some likable characters (or family) such as The Three Garcia Brothers, Lorena, Ray (father of the Garcias) & Sonia (mother of the Garcias).Romeo! has likable characters, such as Romeo, Jodi, Louis, Gary, Percy, and Angie. Angie was a pretty interesting character in the second season, where she married Percy and had a son named Bobby.
Drake and Josh has likable and hilarious characters, like Drake, Josh, Walter, and Craig, and Eric. On top of that, Crazy Steve is one of the best characters in the show. His quotes are also very entertaining and memorable. Also, Drake and Josh are a hilarious comedy duo.
Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide has funny and awesome characters like Ned, Moze, Cookie, Loomer, Coconut Head, Gordy and Vice Principal Crubbs. The show also has plenty of cool villains like Billy Loomer, Missy Meany, Mr. Sweany, and Vice Principal Crubbs.
Unfabulous has likable characters such as Addie, Jake, Geena, and Zack.
Zoey 101 has memorable characters like Zoey, Chase, Quinn, Lola, Michael, Logan, Dustin, Dana, Nicole, Dean Rivers, Stacey, CoCo etc. Some of the characters have very distinctive personalities that give them a lot of charm: Chase is the awkward, yet goodhearted guy. Michael is the typical, yet hilarious comic relief done the right way. Quinn is the nerdy and weird, yet intelligent and creative girl.
Just Jordan has some likable characters, such as Jordan, Tony, Joaquin, Tangie, Pamela and Grant.
iCarly has memorable characters (good or bad) like Carly, Sam, Freddie, Spencer, Gibby, T-Bo, Marissa Benson, Lewbert, Principal Franklin, Nevel Papperman, etc. Freddie, in particular, is debatably the most likeable and relatable of all the characters in the show.
True Jackson, VP has tons of likable characters, such as True, Lulu, Ryan, Amanda, Jimmy, Oscar, and Max.
Big Time Rush has very likable characters, and the boys themselves are very cool and funny. Also, George Hawk is a very intimidating main antagonist.
Victorious has plenty of funny and likeable characters, such as Tori (the wannabe), Andre (the musician), Robbie (the nice, awkward guy), Jade (the bad girl/goth), Beck (the hot guy), Cat (the ditz), and Rex (the puppet), and Trina (the annoying older sister). Trina is hilarious. Rex is a hilarious comic relief character with his snarky comments. Kristopher Kane did an outstanding job voicing him. Cat Valentine is a super-adorable character and you can count on her to make you smile. She was a fan-favorite and got a co-lead in Sam & Cat, which is horrible.
As mentioned by WTUTR 1, the old Nickcoms were insightful at times, giving out important messages:Clarissa Explains It All talks about stuff that are relatable to the target audiences like first crushes, getting a driver's license, and preparing for college and working.The Brothers Garcia shows kids what its like being in a diverse family.
Romeo! and Just Jordan both teach some good morals.
Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide tries to give it's young viewers some important tips on coping with the struggles of middle school. From facing a bully, to passing a hard test, to impressing a girl.
Unfabulous has great storylines and teaches some good lessons about how to be fabulous.
Zoey 101 shows kids what it's like to go to a boarding school.
iCarly has some good morals for everyone, especially the fans. For example, the two-parter, "iStart A Fan War" was made to explain to fans that they focus too much on hypothetical relationships between the characters (aka shipping) and not on what iCarly is meant to do, which is provide comedic entertainment.
True Jackson, VP shows kids what it’s like to become a teenage VP (Vice President) of a fashion company.
Victorious shows kids what it's like to go to a performing arts school.
This episode contains a generic and unoriginal romance story for Timmy, as the idea of Timmy having a crush has been done many times before. It is also a lazy rehash of “Emotion Commotion!” from season four, as both episodes involve Timmy wishing that he stop feeling any emotions.
Unlike “Emotion Commotion!”, this episode doesn’t try to be subtle and clever with the concept of being emotionless. Instead, it heavily relies on stereotyping said concept where Timmy absolutely gives up on life, which makes for boring, unfunny, and forgettable attempts at humor.
The new (and one-time) character, Missy, is a pointless replacement of Trixie Tang and her entire design looks like something straight out of fan fiction. Not helping is that neither Trixie Tang nor Tootie made appearances in this season. On that note, Missy's parents are nowhere to be seen. They could've at least made a call-back to "The Boy Who Would be Queen" from season two by having one of the beauty salon parlors as Missy's mother, but no.
Very slow pacing, as the actual premise where Timmy wishes to be emo to impress Missy doesn't start until half-way through the episode.
Jorgen, being the flanderized plot device he is, states that because Timmy has not been making any wishes, Cosmo and Wanda would have to be reassigned to another child. This just leads to two very questionable plot holes listed below: He said Timmy cannot continue to have fairies if he doesn't make any wishes for a day, but in previous episodes like "The Same Game" and "Fairy Idol" shows that when a fairy spends a lot of time without considering wishes, magic accumulates causing them to swell like balloons and explode and becoming confetti. He showed the candidates to be the new godson of Cosmo, Wanda, and Poof are cruel, and malignant spoiled children; however this would be a contradiction to Da Rules, as fairies should be allocated to miserable children with sad lives.
The running gags are repetitively boring as usual. The running gag where Cosmo sings a song about tractors will get on your last nerve.
Sparky’s pointless cameo near the end of the episode.
How Timmy came back to normal from being emo was where Cosmo disguised himself as Missy and kissed Timmy, which is very disturbing and nonsensical.
Jorgen is shown at the end to be dating another new (and one-time) character named Waffle (or Wallet), even though the episode "Teeth for Two" from season five clearly shows him being married to the Tooth Fairy.
Generic and predictable happy ending where Timmy and Missy hold hands and walk off together into the sunset.
This Is My Version Of 2000 Noggin, She Is 4 Years Old In 2000, She Likes To Play With Her Toys, Make Friends In The Nickelodeon Daycare But Always Fails Sinces Everyone Is Rude To Her But She Never Gives Up And Also She Has Brown Hair And In 2003 She Dyes Her Hair Color
So apparently on May 1st and May 8th of 2016 Nickelodeon decided to air Harvey Beaks on the Nick Jr channel of all places. They also did this with Alvin and the Chipmunks as recent as 2018 to my knowledge. I wonder why they aired these shows on Nick Jr though. I mean I can sort of understand Harvey Beaks since that show is tame enough that it would be appropriate to air on Nick Jr but still. Reminds me of the few times SpongeBob aired on MTV.
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