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Street Season 48
Sesame Street's 48th season
officially began Monday August 6 on PBS. After you see the new episodes,
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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Harleena, Apr 6, 2015.
OMG! I totally remember that commercial! The Wiggles were my childhood!
I love this picture as a piece of nostalgia, though the N64 wasn't released in North America or Japan at the time.
I did a YouTube video to celebrate my 11th grade graduation last year showing pictures from my childhood and I dedicated a section of the video to nostalgia. Here are things I liked from when I was 1-17 that I showed:
The Muppet Show
Lilo and Stitch
Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends
The Fairly Oddparents
Junie B. Jones
Brandy & Mr. Whiskers
Phineas and Ferb
The Big Bang Theory
The I.T. Crowd
The Last Man on Earth
Teen Titans Go
Happy Tree Friends
We Bare Bears
The Cleveland Show
Can I see the video?
Does anybody else remember watching this in elementary school music class?
A remembered a few obscure, old kid shows recently and decided to look them up:
I admit this show used to scare me, whenever I slept over at my aunt's house (which had a lot of stairs), I would worry that the bananas would come the stairs and start chasing me. I was at least 5 years old then of course.
The song and title of the show sound like Ned Flanders from The Simpsons wrote it.
The weird thing is, the intro doesn't even tell the viewers what the heck this show's even about.
I remember watching this show for the first time at my friend's house and thinking it was a cute show.
A couple of the classic cartoons franchises that I miss, but are no longer on the airwaves:
King Features TV era Popeye the Sailor Man (from 1960-1961), which featured Brutus, the Sea Hag, and other characters such as Rough House, O.G. Wotasnozzle, King Blozo, and others that had only appeared in the comic strips
Woody Woodpecker / Walter Lantz era cartoons
I don't remember that, but does anyone else remember Animusic?
These were what we always watched in music class.
i do, i didn't watch it in my music class, but i did watch it on my local PBS station.
Okay, who else remembers playing this:
in elementary school computer lab? I used to do all kinds of crazy stuff on it. I also used to spam the Undo Guy ("I made a boo-boooo, yeaah") and the firecracker eraser, LOL.
I remember playing this in the elementary school computer lab as well.
Kid Pix was one of the things I always looked forward to in Computer Lab, along with Bailey's Book House (and all of its spin-off sequels).
Oh, and on the subject of school memories, do you remember Bill Nye the Science Guy? I LOVED those videos! Whenever my class saw the TV cart in our classroom, we knew it was gonna be a good day, LOL. I can't believe they still show Bill Nye in schools to this day!
I think we watched Bill Nye in either 4th or 5th grade.
My school never did that program.
We first watched Bill Nye in I think 1st or 2nd grade, and we watched it all the way up until 8th grade! I've heard they even still show it in high school! (but I take online classes on my laptop now, so I don't have to attend high school, thankfully)
You don't go to school and you're homeschooled instead? I know some people who are also homeschooled also. Did you ever go to school at all though?
Yes, I did, from kindergarten to 8th grade. Didn't you see my posts talking about computer lab and music class?
I did. Was just wondering how long though.
Wanna know an obscure show from my childhood?
Kenny the Shark. It used to be on Discovery Kids, back before it became The Hub (that became Discovery Family).
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