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Title: Favorite vintage show NOT on Nick
Post by: Purple Parrots rock! on August 05, 2008, 09:24:27 PM
My favorite old show that wasn't on Nick was Gargoyles.  It seemed pretty dark for a Disney series but was awesome.
Title: Favorite vintage show NOT on Nick
Post by: The Dark Enforcer on August 06, 2008, 09:29:58 PM
I've ALWAYS been a game show fan, 2 of my favorite game shows NOT ON NICK were Masters of the Maze and Secrets of the Cryptkeeper's Haunted House

I also remember this third game show that involved ATV's and BMX motorcycles. The teams (One of which was named the Bats) would compete on a BMX course (Even into the course's lake) in various races and challenges. However, I don't remember the name of this game show, and IMPLORE anyone who does to respond to this message with the name of the show.
Title: Favorite vintage show NOT on Nick
Post by: The Silver Monkey on August 10, 2008, 01:26:16 PM



What 90's kid DIDN'T watch MMPR?
Title: Favorite vintage show NOT on Nick
Post by: nicklegends on August 10, 2008, 02:05:23 PM
Quote from: ""The Silver Monkey""



What 90's kid DIDN'T watch MMPR?


I forget if I said this already on the forum, but I was always afraid to watch Power Rangers when I was six because it was rated Y7. But after my 7th birthday, I began watching the show nonstop. :D
Title: Favorite vintage show NOT on Nick
Post by: Scorcher27 on August 13, 2008, 11:50:49 AM
Disney has released MMPR on DVD, but only in Europe. Can you believe that?
Title: Favorite vintage show NOT on Nick
Post by: The Dark Enforcer on August 13, 2008, 08:59:57 PM
Quote from: ""Scorcher27""
Disney has released MMPR on DVD, but only in Europe. Can you believe that?


Um, actually my friend who lives in Miami claims to have a FULL SEASON dvd set of MMPR! He even showed it to me over a Skype video conference call!
Title: Favorite vintage show NOT on Nick
Post by: Scorcher27 on August 14, 2008, 02:41:42 AM
Must be a bootleg.
Title: Favorite vintage show NOT on Nick
Post by: Scorcher27 on August 14, 2008, 02:42:05 AM
Must be a bootleg.
Title: Favorite vintage show NOT on Nick
Post by: howierules86 on August 31, 2008, 09:03:27 AM
Quote from: ""The_Enforcer""
I also remember this third game show that involved ATV's and BMX motorcycles. The teams (One of which was named the Bats) would compete on a BMX course (Even into the course's lake) in various races and challenges. However, I don't remember the name of this game show, and IMPLORE anyone who does to respond to this message with the name of the show.


You're thinking of the 1994-95 Family Channel game show "Maximum Drive." The host was Joe Fowler, and the two co-hosts were Brian Vermiere & Mercedes Colon. In this show, 3 teams of 3 players, ages 12 to 14, competed on an obstacle course racetrack using different kinds of motorized vehicles such as XR-80 motor scooters, all-terrain 4-wheel vehicles, 6-wheel Argo vehicles, & motorized water vehicles called "Wave Runners." The teams competed in 5 events using the different vehicles. 1st place was worth 5 points, 2nd place was worth 3 points, & 3rd place was worth 1 point. The team with the most points after the last event won the game.
Title: Favorite vintage show NOT on Nick
Post by: The Dark Enforcer on September 01, 2008, 12:35:48 PM
Quote from: ""howierules86""
Quote from: ""The_Enforcer""
I also remember this third game show that involved ATV's and BMX motorcycles. The teams (One of which was named the Bats) would compete on a BMX course (Even into the course's lake) in various races and challenges. However, I don't remember the name of this game show, and IMPLORE anyone who does to respond to this message with the name of the show.

You're thinking of the 1994-95 Family Channel game show "Maximum Drive." The host was Joe Fowler, and the two co-hosts were Brian Vermiere & Mercedes Colon. In this show, 3 teams of 3 players, ages 12 to 14, competed on an obstacle course racetrack using different kinds of motorized vehicles such as XR-80 motor scooters, all-terrain 4-wheel vehicles, 6-wheel Argo vehicles, & motorized water vehicles called "Wave Runners." The teams competed in 5 events using the different vehicles. 1st place was worth 5 points, 2nd place was worth 3 points, & 3rd place was worth 1 point. The team with the most points after the last event won the game.


:D
Title: Favorite vintage show NOT on Nick
Post by: howierules86 on September 04, 2008, 09:42:25 AM
Thanks, man. I thought I was the only one who even watched that show.
Title: Favorite vintage show NOT on Nick
Post by: The Mandarin Hand on September 04, 2008, 10:41:38 AM
Quote from: ""Scorcher27""
Must be a bootleg.


European.
Title: Favorite vintage show NOT on Nick
Post by: The Dark Enforcer on September 04, 2008, 05:48:21 PM
Quote from: ""Renegade Pancake""
Quote from: ""Scorcher27""
Must be a bootleg.

European.


No, RP, they're right. The guy later admitted to me that his MMPR dvd set is indeed a BOOTLEG!!

Also, YOU'RE WELCOME HOWIE!!!