Sometimes, that means an episode gets banned forever. That weirdo Dan Schneider once, I could fill an entire list with just banned or censored. Oooooooo you said a swear, I’m telling. n attack on the capitol closely resembled the 9/11 attacks and was withdrawn. It helped launch the live-action takeover of the post-slime Nickelodeon era. Rocket Race (Found Online Game, 2002), Johnny Quasar (Found Jimmy Neutron Pilot), Just For Kicks (Found 2006 TEENick Series), KaBlam! When they internet found the movie somehow in 2011, interest picked up. The Amanda Show was an All That spinoff that flourished because of the star’s popularity. In April 2016, during production Nickelodeon aired a lost episode of The Loud House. spinoff that flourished because of the star’s popularity. seemed innocent at first, but by the end was just too much for kids. A combination of bad luck, a dumb kid and “my dad is totally a lawyer and will sue you.”. Besides having well-written and performed sketches, there was often musical guests that were popular with the teen demographic. Real Monsters' Unaired/Unreleased Pilot, Aaahh!! ", Jimmy Neutron Promotional Interruptions (2001-2002), Jimmy Neutron: Gotta Blast! Pretty funny, right? Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles got a reboot in the early 2000s, and it was... okay. The show had the very 90s title of. Ah, Rocko’s Modern Life, how did any of your episodes avoid getting banned? Deleted Scenes (Existence Unconfirmed), Kurt Cobain's Theme Song For Ren and Stimpy (Recorded in 1990; Existence Unconfirmed), Legends of the Hidden Temple - Pit of Despair Incident (1993-1995; Nickelodeon game show final round/episode), The Little Twins (Rare 1992 U.S. Nick Jr. English dub of Japanese anime), Looney Tunes on Nick at Nite (Found Intro), Lost 2004-2005 Nick Jr./Noggin Blue Talks Bumpers. The show is just that good. Apparently, even the very presence of Ellen Degeneres or a so-subtle-it’s-barely-there same-gender relationship implication is enough to turn all of Africa’s youth into gay devil worshippers. Nope, it was good old fashioned brutal violence. Explore now! Writers can go forward with a seemingly innocent episode, only to be left cursing their luck as crowds of people are suddenly mad and offended. This banned episode wasn’t banned for cultural or language reasons, though; it was because of biology. Some episodes got banned by coincidence, like the episode. They then go driving and drive off a cliff. Drake and Josh may not have been my cup of slime, but there’s no denying its popularity. Plucky was a kid Daffy, Buster was a young Bugs, and so on. A good lesson for kids; spiders are mostly harmless and balance the ecosystem. The weird part is that the plot was virtually the same and only the actors were different. 118 discover cussing and really get into it. 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Just little things, like a superheroine hitting on a French foosball player and ferrets doing inappropriate things; you know, 90s stuff. Nickelodeon said it was too violent and put their foot down. This was more of a concept that got banned because it got blocked before it made it into an episode. Yeah, really. A good lesson for kids; spiders are mostly harmless and balance the ecosystem. But for now, we’ll stick with the hat trick. Geoshea's Lost Episodes Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community. An episode got banned for a much different reason. D&D Beyond They then go driving and drive off a cliff. Some episodes got banned by coincidence, like the episode I Just Don’t Get It, where an attack on the capitol closely resembled the 9/11 attacks and was withdrawn. was a show on Nickelodeon that starred kid versions of known Looney Tunes characters. Lost Episodes; SpongeBob; Nickelodeon Movies; Nick Jr; Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted. 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Everything from The Legend of Korra to a Kids Choice Awards event has been banned by the broadcasting company responsible for airing Nickelodeon shows in Africa. Yep, Australia. But for now, we’ll stick with the hat trick. Real life events occur or times change, and suddenly those episodes mean something much different. When I discovered it again, the wave of locked away memories put me in a nostalgia-induced coma, and I needed a Mondo and some Dunkaroos to snap me out of it. That’s something you really can’t do on TV (in the 80s). The end of the sketch sees a meteor fall from the sky and crash into their home. He must have really wanted to get slimed for some weak prizes. Yeah, hard to make ending it all and being devoured while living subtle. Ren is, despite his rat-like appearance, a dog. Game shows with missing episodes are hardly an uncommon incident -The Price is Right, Hollywood Squares, Wheel of Fortune - you name it, it probably has an episode or two unviewable by the general public. Not many people would have cared until Nick tried to hide it and deny its existence. If you grew up in the 90s with Nickelodeon, go back and watch it, just have some Bubbletape ready to fend off the nostalgia vapors. may not have been my cup of slime, but there’s no denying its popularity. Invader Zim was past my time, but it has a rabid following of edgy Hot Topic regulars. The western world is no stranger to censoring LGBTQ characters and people in the media, but Africa takes it to the next level. Besides having well-written and performed sketches, there was often musical guests that were popular with the teen demographic. Availability. Jeez, even the titles are racist. Not surprisingly, Warner Brothers and Nick want these episodes to go away and stay away. Not surprisingly, Warner Brothers and Nick want these episodes to go away and stay away. Think. Nick felt that life had already been bad enough for some adopted kids without their show making it worse, and they righteously dropped the ban hammer. Like all good things, though, it ended. This awesome show from the 90s (which. It may have been an honest attempt to keep kids off the hard stuff, but the comedy and death didn’t do them any favors. (2006 Nick Arcade game), Nickelodeon - One of TV's Most Losing Networks, Nickelodeon Arabia (Found TV Channel 2008-2011, 2015-), Nickelodeon Japan (Partially lost TV station, 1998-2009), Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards blimp papercraft (Lost Nick.com downloadable, 2007), Nickelodeon Magazine's Big 10 Birthday (Lost 2003 TV Special), Nickelodeon Party Blast (Cancelled 2002 PS2 release), Nickelodeon Splat!