Ninety episodes of this syndicated kids show, shown on the Nickelodon network, were produced 1991 to 1993. Audience members were asked to volunteer to perform funny stunts, e.g., kissing a chimp, etc.
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Best Nickelodeon Show Ever!!!
21 November 2000 | by See all my reviews

In my opinion, this was the greatest Nick show ever! It was also probably the most interactive. All of the kids and families chosen to do the stunts were picked right from the audience. Stunts ranged from many different things, but almost all of them were messy. And about 80% of the messy ones included pies. At the end of each show, a few people from the audience would come up on stage and either get to perform a task or get sent to some sort of machine to get many pies in the face! Some of the stunts included stomping grapes in your bare feet to make grape juice. Touching outrageous animals or eating something gross. My favorite pie contraption was the pie slide. If you were to go there, Mark, (the host) would always tell you first to take off your shoes and socks, so you were in bare feet and go down the slide either feet first or face first into a huge pie. The reason you had to be in bare feet is because they didn't want to replace your shoes and socks. They always said that. Anyway, Your entire body would be covered in whip cream. I always wanted to do it. I hope that they bring this show back to Nick with new episodes!


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