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Old Nickelodeon vs. New Nickelodeon

Posted Nov 2, '12 at 5:26pm

Slayyerz

Slayyerz

10 posts

[quote]They were better because the show was originally made for adults, so there was enough humor in it. Now it's overcensored and thin.

I thought spongebob was made for children because i even watched the 1999/2000 ones and it doesnt have any cussing or anything adult rated in it , or is it just boring for children to watch? someone please answer.

 

Posted Nov 3, '12 at 9:54pm

Drink

Drink

1,598 posts

i loved nickelodeon as a kid it but i think around after 2008 it went downhill less good shows and less original ideas ..alot of the same stuff just changed around to make it seem brand new ..

 

Posted Nov 4, '12 at 10:13am

Ishtaron

Ishtaron

93 posts

Old Nick no question. Just looking through the guide over the next few days there's 1 show on that I would watch and it only seems to be on once over the course of the three days. If you throw in the spinoff channels Nicktoons and TeenNick most of the shows I would watch are just the reruns of older shows and the one show I would really love to see new episodes of (Wolverine and the X-men) barely had one season.

 

Posted Nov 4, '12 at 3:08pm

zonic98

zonic98

558 posts

New nick is unfunny big Youtube stars (like Fred or AnooyingOrange) doing stuff on camera. Old Nick was all my favourite shows. What do you think?

 

Posted Nov 4, '12 at 3:40pm

Luna3

Luna3

4 posts

New ;)

 

Posted Nov 4, '12 at 3:51pm

pangtongshu

pangtongshu

9,700 posts

New ;)


*gasp* someone picked new Nick over Old Nick...we must attack!

But seriously...why do you pick new over old? Give reasons...please don't post a one word response then leave
 

Posted Nov 5, '12 at 1:47pm

indianajones1

indianajones1

75 posts

[quote]Doesn't Spongebob count as old Nick as well? It was around in 1999/early 2000s. I agree it should count as old Nick.I have to say Old Nick cause of Ren and Stimpy.

 
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