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Discussion in 'The Nicktoons Forum' started by Zeether, Sep 11, 2015.
My cable provider doesn't have Nick Too, I'm using Spectrum.
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Here's the New Logo as well as the On-Screen Bug.
If you ask me they didn't do any favors by adding the current Nick bug.
The name seems fine. I kind of liked the simplicity of calling it the Splat, but NickSplat does fit with the overall branding that they have for their channels. I'd just wish that they had more variety to go along with it.
Well not all cable providers have Nick Too. I have comcast xfinity cable digital and it uses Nick Too.
I kinda like the NickSplat name, but they could had, at least, used the old Nick logo...
Should this topic be renamed the NickSplat topic?
The splat in the new logo is based on a classic Nick logo. I think the splat in the former logo was made just for the block.
I meant used the old logo on the Nick part instead of the current one. The old Balloon font logo.
Nick will host a special panel titled "From SNICK to Splat: Where Kids Are King" at the ATX Television Festival in June. The panel will feature original cast members and production staff from Hey Dude, Salute Your Shorts and Pete & Pete.
Additionally, from 6/17, NickSplat will start to air special episodes of Pete & Pete, hosted by the cast of the show.
That sounds pretty cool. I'd like to rewatch some Pete and Pete episodes on the block too.
That is something really interesting that they have in store to do, airing reruns while having cast around for it is definitely nice.
A touching clip from the Rugrats Mother's Day special, where Chaz and Chuckie remember Chuckie's mother, voiced by Kim Cattrall:
Not sure if this was posted, but I found this "All That!" cameo in Game Shakers:
I like how Nick is doing some fan service of making cameos like these.
Hey Dan, STOP REMINDING US OF BETTER SHOWS.
Why? What do you have against it?
To clarify, I don't want him referencing his old work at the sake of today's kids and butthurt nostalgia fans who think that reference is just taunting them.
I consider it a mock-Easter egg if anything. There's also bound to be handfuls of kids even with today's age of internet who have no idea what "All That" is and may just see it as a casual shirt (it's possible) - some possibly wanting it for the sake of what it says if they feel it's true about them. They may also look it up later and dig deep and learn the origin.
As for us nostalgic folk, I like that the logo on the shirt made a cameo. Rather unexpected and is a nice nod. Those who're "butthurt" may have to stay that way. Good shows end such as All that. (despite I didn't care for it after Kenan & Kel left) I think they only do this too since Kel Mitchell is a star on the show and as a nod to him mostly. Doesn't feel likely you'd see a Rocko's Modern Life shirt in something like School of Rock or Game Shakers itself when none of its staff appears on those shows.
Then again its kind of his thing to do have moments like these across his work.