I mean, what kid wouldn't want to play with a plastic sack with a dead-eyed clown painted on it? This thing looked like Tim Curry should play it in a disappointing miniseries.
Happy February! It's time for another character study, and this time, Ursa's victim is everyone's favorite honor-seeking burn victim, Prince Zuko of the Fire Nation from Avatar: The Last Airbender
Nickelodeon launches a whole new network called The Splat to cash in on your fond memories of being too young to realize how crappy its TV shows were.
After a three-year cliffhanger, guest star "Spazzmaster" finally teaches Il Neige to embrace his inner Goofy Goober as they sit down to review the first Spongebob movie. Also, there's time travel.
Are ya ready Kids? With a new SpongeBob movie out, Joey revisits the first time our friends from Bikini Bottom made the jump to the big screen.
Guy who loves children's TV shows a little too much also loves white people WAY too much
I blame Dinkleberg! Joey reviews the latest (and hopefully last) live-action Fairly Odd Parents movie.
Friday in the blurbs
Joey doubts that Nigel would think this crossover was "Smashing!" Let's see how this insanity unfolds with the last theatrical movie featuring the Rugrats.
The Animated Heroine looks at one of her favorite Christmas specials as a kid.
'Tis the season for crappy holiday cartoons on the Cartoon Palooza, starting with the sequel to the Fairly OddParents movie Grow Up Timmy Turner!.
Joey finds out if the second movie is just as good as the first, and how many wee-wee jokes they can fit in along the way!
Joey lists the five most disturbing, jacked up moments from The Ren & Stimpy Show! To find out what they are, watch the video, you eeediots!
Joey gets nostalgic over The Rugrats Movie, the first feature-length film based on the popular Nickelodeon series from the '90s. Let's see if we need to change this movie's diapey!
How about we forget about this crap, and get going with a Danny Phantom movie? The made-for-TV A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner! (a live action update of The Fairly OddParents) stars Drake Bell (AKA the guy who killed Spider-Man) as a boy who refuses to grow up in order to keep his fairy godparents.
In another short review, Joey looks at all the nautical nonsense in the first SpongeBob SquarePants stop-motion animated holiday special, It's a SpongeBob Christmas! But is it worth the 10 bucks at Walmart?
Sofie goes back and digs through her pile of Requested Reviews for a rather special request: The original, unaired pilot to what went on to become a very successful show, Nickelodeon's Avatar: The Last Airbender!
While Zim is about an incompetent, self-centered alien who disguises himself as a schoolboy in a futile attempt to destroy the human race, and My Little Pony is about pretty ponies in a magical fantasyland learning lessons about friendship, Phil explains why they have quite a lot in common.
Joey reviews both a guilty pleasure and a popular show he can't get into, in this Nicktoon double feature!
Taking place 70 years after the adventures of Aang and the gang, the show focus on Korra, a teenage girl who's the current incarnation of the Avatar. Sursum explains why this show has everything you could possibly want from children's entertainment.