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Nickandmore! 7h
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Nickandmore! 7h
"Didn't like Drake & Josh"???
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Nickandmore! 7h
Not sure if it said it during the show or not, but they do include the line "Winners are determined by voter preferences and other considerations" at the bottom of the online voting page and their social posts about voting:
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Nickandmore! 8h
Where's Crazy Steve with commentary on the trailer when you need him?
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Nickandmore! 10h
had its screening today and the reviews seem to be glowing. The also just had the cast there to show a clip.
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Nickandmore! 10h
Here's the trailer. I just... don't know:
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Nickandmore! 10h
Some hot takes: - Is JoJo Siwa actually hosting? - lol at them promoting Ariana Granda "being there" (if by there you mean in a pre-recorded, not great, vertical video) - Did Migos curse? There were some audio cuts in there - Yeah... that Dora movie isn't going to do well...
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Nickandmore! 11h
Dora crying was in print ads online and in newspapers. Google it.
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Nickandmore! 11h
Replying to @nickandmore
On a brighter side, it was a really funny episode overall. Might actually be one of my favorites (not because of the fan service, though). This season has proven that they can keep the show alive without Dan, and that's good.
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Nickandmore! 11h
Here I thought they might use the fan service episode as a way of saying something like "it's okay to dream about something, but it doesn't mean it has to come true" and let it end, but instead they had to go with the obvious at the end. Keep stringing it along.
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Nickandmore! 13h
Oh yeah, they also made one with JoJo Siwa. And, well... I'm not sure if it was intended to help or hurt. lol It's just so cringe. I mean, you can't miss her birthday special, right guys! Right?! Right...?
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Nickandmore! 14h
Replying to @snorbertd1
It's Viacom as a whole, not just Nick. The other Viacom brands are using their "stars"/shows as well. Just yucky when it's a kids show. (Kinda like they used pictures of Dora crying about a decade ago when they had a similar dispute with Time Warner Cable.)
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Nickandmore! 16h
Replying to @Natsu_anime12
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Nickandmore! 16h
I mean Viacom literally set up the KeepViacom(.)com website solely to use each time they have any carriage disputes. They just activate it, throw up negative news articles about the TV company, put up their videos and "shows you'll miss" pages. And boom: TV company bad, we good.
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Nickandmore! 16h
Replying to @nickandmore
This is literally the same tactic Viacom uses every time they start a carriage dispute. They claim the TV comapny wants to "raise your bills" while taking away Viacom's channels. But somehow if they keep Viacom, they'll be able to "lower your bills"? It just never makes sense.
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Nickandmore! 16h
Replying to @nickandmore
For those that don't see any issue with this ad, that's up to you. It just feels icky to get kids to do the bidding of companies who want more money. Either way, after all the trash talking Viacom did to DirecTV, they are "working to reach an agreement".
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Nickandmore! 16h
Replying to @CaptainB_Z
More than that, the whole think just feels icky. "Just like Kid Danger, Nickelodeon fans can save the day." "The power is in your hands."
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Nickandmore! 16h
You know what doesn't "feel good"? Honestly, this type of propaganda is kinda disgusting. Yes, companies are evil. But in the hierarchy of evil, TV/internet companies are way above the TV networks. And the networks know that.
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Nickandmore! 18h
We really have no clue:
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Nickandmore! Mar 22
Replying to @nickandmore
Viacom OTOH doesn't have their own branded streaming future that Disney and WarnerMedia are planning. Instead Viacom has chosen to use their networks as brands. Just like how some reality shows under the MTV brand are bring sold to different streamers. That's Nick's future.
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