Video power was a 1990 early teens morning show hosted by Johnny Arcade who provided news and hints on video games and also included a cartoon series called The Power Team. After the first season it became a young teens game show.
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 Johnny Arcade (1990-1992)
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Michael Donovan ...
 (segment "The Power Team") (1990-1991) (voice) (as Mike Donovan)
Lee Jeffery ...
 (segment "The Power Team") (1990-1991) (voice)
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 (segment "The Power Team") (1990-1991) (voice)
Terry Lee Torok ...
 Himself - Co-host (1991-1992)
Jason Michas ...
 (segment "The Power Team") (1990-1991) (voice)
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 (segment "The Power Team") (1990-1991) (voice)
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 (segment "The Power Team") (1990-1991) (voice)
Steve Treccase ...
 Himself - House Musician (1991-1992)
Dale Wilson ...
 (segment "The Power Team") (1990-1991) (voice)
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Video power was a 1990 early teens morning show hosted by Johnny Arcade who provided news and hints on video games and also included a cartoon series called The Power Team. After the first season it became a young teens game show.

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The first season was a video game news and hints show with a cartoon show The Power Team shown between the scenes. When this proved unsuccessful, the show was transformed into a game show for the second season, but Stivi Paskoski's character, Johnny Arcade, was kept on to host. When this also flopped, the show was cancelled. See more »

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Tyrone: Kuros, you owe me a new jersey!
Kuros: But isn't New Jersey already owned by the people who live there?
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Referenced in James & Mike Mondays: Double Dare (2013) See more »

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11 years later and I still remember...

Yeah, the makers of this show really knew how to mess things up, and they must have had the video game knowledge of a Hot Pocket. I can't recall the minute details of the show, but one thing I'll never forget was when Johnny Arcade asked, "what game has this background music?" and played the first stage music from Rescue Rangers. The first team buzzed in and guessed the right thing. "Wrong!" shouted Mr. Know Nothing Stivi "Johnny" Paskowski. "The correct answer is Battletoads!" To the best my 9 year old mind could, all I could think was, "goddam b*****d!!!" To this day, whenever I pop in Chip 'N' Dale, I shed a tear or two in memory of that god awful show and how much I loved it. I know they must have had a copy of Bubble Bath Babes or Action 52 hiding in their prize palace... *chortle*


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