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What 15 Of Your Favorite Nick Game Show Hosts Are Up To These Days

We would run from the school bus all the way to our couch to catch every second of our favorite Nick game shows. But what ever happened to the hosts after their shows were cancelled? We tracked down 15 of the network's stars and learned what they've been up to since the '90s.1. Omar Gooding (Wild &Crazy Kids)CinemablendGooding, the younger brother of actor Cuba Gooding Jr., got to oversee all the ridiculous competitions on this show, including lots of pie fights. He's never really left TV, appearing on shows like Smart Guy, Deadwood, and the short-lived Barbershop TV

80s

10 Reasons Why Pat Sajak Is Still The Coolest Game Show Host On TV

If your family is anything like mine, you probably grew up eating your dinner in front of the TV. And since no American family can ever agree on what to watch, we all settled for a game of Wheel of Fortune.They haven't aged a day.HuffPostThe crossword puzzle game show has been a TV staple since 1975, and host Pat Sajak joined on as the host in 1981. Even if you see him on TV every day, there's a lot you probably never knew about Sajak.1. He's a Vietnam War veteranSajak in Vietnam.USOSajak joined the

80s

'Double Dare' Host Shares What It Was Really Like Behind-The-Scenes Of Our Favorite Game Show

Double Dare was one of those shows that kept us glued to the TV when we were young. We all thought that if we could get on that stage, we would be able to beat those challenges with ease. Obviously that's not true, but it doesn't hurt to dream right? NickelodeonMarc Summers was the host of the epic Nickelodeon game show from 1986 until 1993. He also was one of the executive producers and made sure that the show was a hit. He told Business Insider a bunch of details from the filming process that make us miss the show

70s

7 Game Shows From The 70s You Totally Forgot Existed

We all love watching game shows and luckily there have always been so many to choose between. Whether you like a trivia based game, a strategy game or something completely outrageous, there has always been a show for you. A lot of new games shows get launched every year, so it's easy to forget some of the ones that we grew up with. How many of these do you remember? Hot SeatABCIt was a lot like The Newlywed Game except with one added component: A lie detector. Your emotions and nerve responses get tracked while you answer questions about about

00s

Disney's Classic Reality Show 'Bug Juice' Is Coming Back With A Brand New Season

Nearly twenty years ago, Disney launched their very first reality show. It was based on kids at sleep-away camp and we were all captivated completely. Bug Juice was a crazy adventure that made us feel like we were right there in the drama. Disney ChannelThe first season of the show was set in Maine at Camp Waziyatah. The teens would arrive at camp and meet counselors, their bunk-mates and then do all those regular camp activities we all remember so well. Disney ChannelThe original series was on between 1998-2001 and followed 20 kids in their camp experience. The show was

90s

10 Facts About Supermarket Sweep That Might Change How You Feel About Your Favorite Game Show

Supermarket Sweep was one of those game shows that you used to watch as a kid and just knew you could win. Obviously you would have the best strategy out of everyone and you would be able to win that $5000 no problem.LifetimeThe most recent version has been off the air since 2003, but that doesn't mean people don't still miss it. Everyone remembers the general game play of the show, but how much do you actually know about what went on behind the scenes? Check out these 10 fascinating facts of this excellent game show! 1. All the

80s

Nickelodeon's Original 'Slime' Recipe Revealed And It's As Gross As You'd Expect

We have all seen the slime that Nickelodeon will cover whoever they possibly can with right? It's a completely iconic part of the 80s and 90s, that will just always bring back flashes of those game shows we loved as kids. While a lot of people associate the slime with the show Double Dare or What Would You Do, it actually originated on the show You Can't Do That On Television. Radio TV TalkKids would get slimed any time they said the words "I don't know". They'd get a big ol' bucket of slime dumped onto their heads, delighting all

80s

How One Man Cheated To Win Over $100,000 On A Game Show

We've all imagined it: competing on a game show, getting every answer right, winning a truckload of money and retiring to enjoy the rest of our lives.The problem is that takes a lot of hard work and luck. Who has the time to memorize all the kings of England? Even if you did, what happens if you get a question about baseball instead?That's why Michael Larson's story is so incredible. He was an ice cream truck driver who managed to beat a TV network at their own game and win a record-breaking amount of money.Larson appeared on