Now that I agree with. Both are big hits for Nick's action-adventure library as well as the network itself. Even though Marvin, Marvin is one of the most stupidest shows Nick had came up in a while, I just this show to survive in ratings until Sam and Cat and Big Time Rush's fourth season comes. Now with Tori and the gang out of the lineup, all we have leave for now are this and Supah Ninjas (while I considered to be an action show). Why don't Nick do a girl-centric block on Sunday mornings/afternoons. Winx Club and a Barbie/Monster High movie could work together in that block. I imagine the block pulling decent ratings. Not sure for the name for this block, but it's a good one for Nick to get. Again I just hope Marvin and Ninjas do OK together, though it have the same big ratings like the Marvin, Marvin/Victorious block did. By March or April, things should get back to normal with the introduction to Sam and Cat (which would most likely be a huge hit for Nick) and the fourth season of Big Time Rush. Nick, I'm afraid, needs to cut down on the SB airings. 10 airings in one day = 50 airings in five day (weekdays) = 70-something airings in one week is quite a lot. Nick could easily have an hour of SB before Nick Jr. starts, two hours on the afternoons and a half-hour before N@N starts. Plain and simple. That way, we can add other shows to the weekday lineup. iCarly, Victorious, Big Time Rush, T.U.F.F. Puppy, Robot and Monster, Penguins of Madagascar and Supah Ninjas will do, though there's more shows Nick needs to consider. Also, will it kill N@N to cut back on the Full House reruns. Nostalgia is fine, but it loses its appeal after a time. 20 yr. old reruns of Full House during primetime isn't just going to cut it. At least put FH at around 10 or 11 and give it two hours daily. I was thinking of putting back Nick's old shows from the 90s and run them on the weekends from 11-1pm and an encore from 4-6am. I'm not too sure yet, but this is something Nick/N@N should also consider for the sake of diversity. Also, I know it may be unlikely right now, but I would like Nick to acquire Clang Invasion (a Canadian show from YTV that debuted in 2007). Very good show, but that's just me.