“Dear Journal, hi! it’s me, Doug.”
How does Catdog poop?
When Mitchell Kriegman pitched Clarissa in the early ’90s, Nickelodeon considered the project risky. In an interview with BuzzFeed News, the creator explains how he made it all work — and exploded kids’ TV in the process.
You are all dull peasants. I am an artiste.
If your childhood wasn’t already ruined, this should do the trick. NSFW, probably.
Here’s the Patti Mayonnaise and Orange Is the New Black mash-up that needed to happen.
@DougEpisodes is a dream come true.
Are you zany to the max like the Animaniacs or self-conscious like Rocko’s Modern Life?
Are you more of a Clarissa or more of a Doug? We can’t all be Rocko’s Modern Life, unfortunately.
Because you know it isn’t Christmastime unless you’ve watched The Santa Clause.
Talk to any Doug you know of a certain age, they will have a complicated relationship with the Nickelodeon/Disney Show. Damn you, Jim Jinkins.
Get your Helga Pataki on.
You know them by heart, but have you ever thought to film yourself singing them? Proof that literally everything wonderful exists on YouTube.
These 10 hilarious pictures, from CollegeHumor, show that it might not be too different then your college experience. Created by artist Caldwell Tanner.
This is how the last book or episode of that series you were really into for a little bit when you were growing up ended. More often than not, it was with a whimper, not a bang.
Because the only thing you love more than your significant other is Salute Your Shorts.
Like so many people my age, I spent a huge part of my childhood watching Nickleodeon. This is why I continue to live in fear.
Take this quiz and find out how well you REALLY know the beloved Nickelodeon cartoon.
A storyboard artist for Nickelodeon stopped by Reddit today and took a bunch of drawing requests. Here’s what happened as a result:
Now go watch the original on “Nick at Nite” and mourn your youth.
Is Nick McKaig some sort of nostalgia wizard? Yes. The answer is yes.
For a guy who always was writing in his journal about being down on his luck, Nickelodeon’s “Doug” always seemed to finish the episode with a happy ending. So when the 90s Are All That asked fans to contribute on the “Success Doug” meme train, it was almost too easy of a challenge.
This is the question that political organization “Why The F*ck Does Doug Funnie Only Mack On White Chicks?” poses in their mission statement. As today is the twentieth anniversary of the seminal Nickelodeon series, and therefore a great deal of praise is being heaped on Mr. Funnie and company, we figured we’d let the other side speak.
For the 20th Anniversary of Nickelodeon’s “Doug,” here are some highlights from Deviant Art. People have some active imaginations.
2011 marks the 20th anniversary of the TV show Doug. In Doug’s honor, here’s a tribute to the coolest TV dog ever, Porkchop.
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Honestly, it’s like you people didn’t even grow up in the early to mid 90s.
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