Video Power (1990–1992)

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Credited cast:
 Johnny Arcade (1990-1992)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Michael Donovan ...
 (segment "The Power Team") (1990-1991) (voice) (as Mike Donovan)
Lee Jeffery ...
 (segment "The Power Team") (1990-1991) (voice)
 (segment "The Power Team") (1990-1991) (voice)
Terry Lee Torok ...
 Himself - Co-host (1991-1992)
Jason Michas ...
 (segment "The Power Team") (1990-1991) (voice)
Richard Newman ...
 (segment "The Power Team") (1990-1991) (voice)
 (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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The first season was a cartoon show with a couple of live action 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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5 May 2001 | by (Riverside, CA) – See all my reviews

I woke up with Johnny Arcade everyday for as long as this show was on the air. At first, half the show was a cartoon with video game characters as the heros and villains, while the other half of the show was Johnny giving video game tips, and previewing new games. Later, it turned in to a game show that Johnny Arcade hosted, with kids playing against each other, where the winner got to run through an obstacle course thing, picking up video games while they went (as somebody mentioned before, the games were all crap, except for the few times when the gave away Neo Geos). Now, while this version of the show wasn't as good, it did leave us with one of the funniest tv moments ever. After a kid lost a round, the announcer for the show announced his consolation prize, a Game Boy game. Just as the announcer was finishing, the kid whined, "But I don't even have a Game Boy." Johnny looked directly in to the camera, smiled a smile of extreme embarrassment, and got the kid off camera as fast as he possibly could. Thank You.

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