12 Things You May Have Forgotten About Stick Stickly
This '90s Nickelodeon host had an epic career...for a piece of wood.
Stick began hosting "Nick in the Afternoon" in 1995, enjoying a three-year run until he got canned in '98.
Stick mainly came on during commercial breaks, but in 1995, he had a breakout role in the half-hour special, "Oh Brother."
Stick was often put in uncomfortable situations, which would elevate his anxiety.
He had a crystal ball. It was in fact a marble.
A regular feature of Stick's show was "U Pick."
With "U Pick," viewers would "request" shows for Stick to play next.
He sometimes hosted from his news bureau.
Stick often had on-screen support from this high-strung lady named Holly, whose beeper was always going off. Haha beepers.
Then there was the "Top 10," a list of 10 definitely-not-random things kids were in to. Like that ILL "Toy Story" CD-ROM.
Friendship jewelry!!!!!!!!!!!! Okay, breathe. Simmer down.
And of course, Stick's famous song.
Guess what? Stick returned in 2011 to host Nick's "The '90s Are All That" block (but stopped in 2012).
Stick made another update: no more snail mail. YOU HAD TO TWEET HIM.
Take a trip down memory lane that’ll make you feel nostalgia AF