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Mathew Klickstein has seen past the curtain of our childhoods. More effectively, he’s successfully mounted a campaign to chronicle the history of Nickelodeon during its prime era. I can’t remember how I stumbled upon his project, but I can say that I’m glad I did as every bit of knowledge he’s share with myself (and his 709 followers on Facebook) is priceless. Back in the 1980s, when Cable was coming into its own, Nickelodeon was the self proclaimed “First Network For Kids”. That statement would be their calling card for the next couple decades, carrying them to the present day where shows like iCarly and The Penguins of Madagascar take up the residence that shows like Are You Afraid of the Dark and Rugrats had made possible.

Conducting this interview has been an awesome reminder of my own Nick childhood, as I was a huge fan of »

- Mike Reyes

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