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i don't watch nickelodeon much anymore unless my little brother has it own but we were watching icarly and it was going of and they said, up next is supah ninjas i thought to myself that nick must haved hired elementary kids to write their shows , but reluctantly i watched it and i laughed more in that 30 minutes than 3 years of watching icarly with my brother, don't get me wrong it was corny at times and the jokes were repetitive so it could get very old fast but only time will tell. know i seen a look at the next few episodes and i seen a lot of b-list and c- list celebs including the former WWF wrestler the giant sporting a fake beard and a fake gut. so if you have nothing to do on Saturday mornings and you are 4-13 years old you will have a blast any older than that it will decide on you and what you think is funny
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