Sketch Comedy show for adolescents with skits revolving around a central theme to teach a lesson.
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"Round House" was a successful sketch comedy show on Nickeloedeon for the adolescents in the audience. The skits revolved around a central theme, like dealing with the first day of high school or being the new kid in town. The skits usually led up to a song stating the central "moral" for the show. Written by Matthew DeMizio <matthewd@pipeline.com>

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Following the first season, Dominic Lucero was diagnosed with lymphoma. He left the show for treatment and returned for several episodes in the show's third season. At Lucero's request, his illness was never mentioned on the show. The final show, however, was dedicated to his memory. Despite his absence, Lucero's name remained in the opening and closing credits throughout all four seasons of the show. See more »

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Dorothy: I'm homesick for Oreos and Yoda.
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Excellent program
25 March 2000 | by (Ardmore, PA) – See all my reviews

This show was an original show of NICK's SNICK, along with Are you Afraid of the Dark?; Clarissa Explains it All; and Ren & Stimpy. It was incredibly hilarious and made me fall over laughing. My favorite was, uh, I forget who it was, but he was the person who played the father and rode around in the moving chair. The least Nickelodeon could do is air the reruns.


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