Johnnie Talk (2003– )

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A short talk show staring Nicktoons TV stars playing games in a bathroom.

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Credited cast:
Johny ...
 Host (as Johnnie)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Scott Adams ...
Bill Burnett ...
Scott Fellows ...
 Himself / ...
Steve Marmel ...
Stephen Silver ...
Aliki Theofilopoulos ...


On Johnnie Talk, our host Johnnie (who's face is never seen) has a short talk show. The difference being he does his business (pun intended) in the bathroom of Nickelodeon Studios. He interviews and plays games with various staff members of Nick's greatest Nicktoons. Games such as "Name that Nicktoon", "Guess how many tiles" and "Can you sing it" keeps the guest on their toes and the audience entertained. Written by Nun Yabeznez

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Johnnie Talk will definitely have you talking in the john!
27 April 2005 | by See all my reviews

Johnnie Talk is a very cute short talk show stationed in...where else...the "john". You have Johnnie, the one-named host with green tennis shoes and a hilarious sense of humor. He frequently is visited by other unsuspecting workers of Nickelodeon( actors, artists, etc.). He then precedes to play fun-filled games such as "Decorate that Plunger", "Treasure or Trash" and "How many tiles?"...IN THE BATHROOM! This hilarious talk show is perfect for children in interested in who does the voices of their favorite characters. The good news is that it is less raunchy than Jay Leno or the Daily Show. The bad news: it comes on at 2:30 in the morning(eastern time).

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