Growing up I was partial to both "Hey Dude" and "Salute Your Shorts". I would love to see em on DVD. Any chance?
I agree wholeheartedly with releasing Salute Your Shorts, Hey Dude, plus, You Can't Do That on Television. The TV Shows on DVD website has all these shows ranked in the top 15 unreleased shows people want on DVD. The idea of having thousands upon thousands of people willing to purchase these sets, I can't fathom what Nickelodeon's hold up is.
Salute Your Shorts was the best Nick show by far. Hey Dude was great too. Hopefully they will one day be released.
I don't know if anyone has mentioned it, but my all-time favorite Nick show: Rocko's Modern Life. I'd do just about anything to have that show on DVD...I mean, they have a couple "Best of..." discs, but the whole series would be king!
I'd love to see them finish Clarissa Explains It All, The Secret World of Alex Mack & Doug. And I wish someone would release You Can't Do That on Television.
I would like to see Salute Your Shorts, and I guess maybe Hey Dude. Wouldn't mind seeing the newer version of Eerie Indiana: The Other Dimension, and Space Cases. But the one show and the only show I would really really give anything to see, would be Flash Forward. I loved that show.
I wish CBS would let Shout license their Nick shows. None of them had more than 65 episodes, which is why we don't see them today. Not enough episodes for syndication. Now some of the shows they aired were not owned by them but I don't know which ones they were. Some came out of Canada, like "You Can't Do That On Television".
i wish they would realise the final 2 season of Clarissa, and maybe put on DVD All That, Rugrats, Hey Arnold, All Grown Up, Figure it out and Kenan and Kal,
Yeah once copyright expires studios and networks usually never renew so they go in limbo who knew that the television home video market would be so popular and cost effective 10 years after cancellation
when Salute your Shorts was cancelled all we had was VHS and a complete season was unheard of and volumes were not produced unless the property was a phenomenon or high demand (ex. Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, The X-files, Star Trek) or owned by a toy company as a way to sell their corresponding product (The Transformers, G.I. Joe, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, My Little Pony)
it is sad but this is how the corporate american media works
Apparently classic NIckelodeon & Mtv shows are impossible to get.
these 2 would be great.
also id like to get these 2 series,clarissa explains it all with melissa joan hart,secret world of alex mack.
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