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So I was sitting on my loveseat eating a nicely proportioned plate of lasagna and potato salad, watching the news, and a thought came about which took me by surprise. It was a memory of a show I hadn't thought of in a good 10 years. Very vague.. it was something like 2 small monsters living in a room (?) that got around in an RC car (...?) and there was a doll house like karaoke house (... ...?).. anyway I wanted to share this experience with others, (find out what that show was) and have some more...

So I figure the best way to be reaquainted with these old programs that you haven't thought of in years, was to have a thread where other people think of media and post...

Ex.


Hopefully we can all have a nice nostalgic vibe going, and be surprised by shows etc that we haven't thought of in years...
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Last edited by Jimmyyoung at Feb 11, 2008,
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Damn how could I have forgotten Golden Axe?!
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#6
Second Greatest show of all time. ORIGINAL Power Rangers.


Greatest show of all time. Doug.


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#8


Awesome show.
Where's that confounded bridge?

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#9
my childhood sucked, from pure boredom, since i had no friends.
i get nostalgic about like not even a year ago. or about a year ago. my one friend and i would always go over to our other friend's house, ride bikes across the lake to where he works, buy two-litres of pop, ride back and drink them under the bridge while screwing around. we wrote some pretty weird songs and recorded them on myspace, had an acoustic black metal band, and i started listening to Primus and Dream Theater. period of nostalgia lasts from there to like october and november, when we'd go over to his house, drink game fuel and play halo 3 on xbox live for seventeen hours. i have no clue why, but i always feel really nostalgic whenever i think of those times. Dream Theater, Primus, Smashing Pumpkins, and Pearl Jam make me feel that way.
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yes you do but zelda means so much for me im gonna post it again.




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I quote myself so this picture can be here twice...you were right highway62
#17

Life is underrated.


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So does anyone have any idea what the show is in the OP?? I really want to know

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some others i thought of



Yes.

No one seems to appreciate Malcolm in the Middle any more.

It was a GREAT show. And *cough* "boosted" Frankie Muniz's career, no matter how brief that "boost" was.

But, still, it was great. It was almost like a live action Family Guy, but with more real situations.
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#23
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OH MY GOD ITS BUMP IN THE NIGHT!

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Yes.

No one seems to appreciate Malcolm in the Middle any more.

It was a GREAT show. And *cough* "boosted" Frankie Muniz's career, no matter how brief that "boost" was.

But, still, it was great. It was almost like a live action Family Guy, but with more real situations.



i like Malcolm in the Middle a lot. i think its really funny.
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Freddie Fish, along with all of the other classic Humongous Games, including Putt-Putt, Spy Fox, Pajama Sam, and Fatty Bear, were some of the greatest games I played as a kid.

Sure, they were overly simple at times, but that NEVER stopped me from playing them 10+ times each, because, most times, there were multiple ways to go about things, and the game changed things, especially in Putt-Putt's case, from play through to play through.


Massive kudos to you.
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#34
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Awesome show.


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#35






I lived my life off those games... wait... I still do. I play my SNES more than I play any of my other game systems. Gooooooood times.
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#36
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For serious.


Oh ****, someone else remember's Uh Oh!

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#37


Is that show Uh-oh? ^^^

EDIT: So it is. What was that guy's name again?... Wink Yahoo... i think.
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WINRAR!

I loved those shows.
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