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I used to watch this TV show back when I was 7. It was on Nickelodeon when the channel had awesome and great programming, instead of crappy cartoons and uninteresting content. But then again, I'm 31, so I suppose I wouldn't like stuff like Rugrats. Anyhow, I used to rush home from school and watch that show all the time. I remember the show was juggled around for a bit on there and it was difficult to find it sometimes. The only thing that I remember these days was how awesome Ron Moody was and the kids in it pushing up through some sort of jelly substance. Anyhow, I would always try and explain it to friends and none of them have ever seen it.
I keep crossing my fingers that they are released on DVD. If the 70's Tomorrow People can make it to DVD, then I have hope for other classic Nickelodeon shows.
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