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Hey Arnold! sites

It's gotten to the point where they have their own page - click here

CatDog sites

The CatDog episode guide

The Great MeowWoof's (host of the CatDog mailing list) CatDog site

The CatDog Web Ring

The Nickelodeon CatDog SuperSite

As Told By Ginger sites

It's gotten to the point where they have their own page - click here

SpongeBob SquarePants

The SpongeBob Fan Club

Bryan's SpongeBob SquarePants Site

The Wild Thornberrys sites

The Klasky-Csupo The Wild Thornberrys site

And if you've ever asked why they don't show the pilot, it's probably because it's only half as long as a normal episode (it was shown, unannounced in advance, during the 1998 Big Help-A-Thon - you didn't miss much; they don't explain how Eliza got her ability to talk to animals, nor where they got Darwin or Donnie (they do explain the first two of those in "Gift of Gab", although it's slightly different from how it's shown in the opening)

AAAHH!!! Real Monsters sites

The AAAHH!!! Real Monsters episode guide

John Jones' AAAHH!!! Real Monsters site

The Klasky-Csupo AAAHH!!! Real Monsters site

The Angry Beavers sites

The The Angry Beavers episode guide

Fans of Angry Beavers

The Simpsons sites

The Simpsons Trivia Quiz (for those of you tired of the easy ones)

The Simpsons Archive

Fox Television's Official The Simpsons Page

Other Sites

The Official Nickelodeon web site

The Dexter's Laboratory episode guide

Steve Mindykowski's Rugrats Online site

Richard Brant's Rocko's Modern Life page

Look what you missed

NOVEMBER 20, 1982

(as seen on TV...over and over again)
Millions of people claim to have been there

How many of them have one of these?

...and no, I was not on my way out when "The Big Play" happened

For those of you who asked, "What is he talking about?", this was the Cal-Stanford football game that had the famous five-lateral kickoff return that included the Stanford band at the end

2014:  Stanford 38, Cal 17  not as bad as last year, but this time was in Berkeley

Brought to you by Don Del Grande,