#2
"Staring the Flesh, he's super strong and super naked!"

Dammit man I was hoping to see some muscular guy naked!
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#3
Wasn't that a show on Nick?
I'm the same as I was when I was six years old
And oh my god I feel so damn old
I don't really feel anything
#4
Not too bad. The should use the guy that sings more though, the girls voice gets alittle annoying after a while.
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#5
i used to love the show Kablaam!, Action League now was a short on it. Its a fitting ska band title because Kablaam's theme song is actually a lyricless version The Toasters "Two Tone Army"
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#6
I loved that show. That stinky scuba diver was my favorite.


and the band could do without those keyboards, other than that they're alright.
#7
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"Staring the Flesh, he's super strong and super naked!"

Dammit man I was hoping to see some muscular guy naked!



HAHAHAHAHAHA, "Thunder Girl, she flies like thunder!"
#8
"And Meltman, with the power to.............melt!" Greatest show ever!
And clenching your fist for the ones like us
Who are oppressed by the figures of beauty,
You fixed yourself, you said, "Well, never mind,
We are ugly, but we have the music."
#9
"Stinky Diver: A former Navy commando with an attitude as bad as his odor."

Nickelodeon had a couple of good ska songs on their shows in times past
#10
that show was so great. is it even still on?
you just witnessed the heart-stopping, door-locking, history makin, pants-droppin, earth-shakin, body quakin, lip-quivering, body-tickilin, love-makin fang
#11
You might catch a rerun every once in a blue moon on the Digital Cable channel where Nick puts their dead shows, but otherwise Kablam! is long deceased.
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Nickelodeon had a couple of good ska songs on their shows in times past


That's where I found 'The Hippos' got 'em off that '100 deeds for Eddy McDowd'
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