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Nickelodeon is adding some of its classic 90s and early 2000s programming to the iTunes store.

As part of Nick Rewind, which catalogues its older programming, Nick will sell individual episodes for the standard iTunes price of $1.99 and “best-of” collections and seasons for $8.99-$19.99.

Among the shows available on Nick Rewind on iTunes will be Rugrats, Clarissa Explains It All, Doug, Hey Dude, Rocko’s Modern Life, The Amanda Show, Aaahhh! Real Monsters, Angry Beavers, As Told by Ginger, Rocket Power and The Wild Thornberrys. (source)



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Ms. Mahon, I've been reading LMNOP for a while and must ask--

how is Doug not bolded, italicized and underlined? That cartoon was the best thing on television. Though I must request more All That...


YES! This is awesome.


Alright! Clarissa and Hey Dude? I totally need to get and iPod Touch so I can watch them anywhere.


Doug was definitely good, but Hey Dude was IT.

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