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'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

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The 'Double Dare' Reboot Has Arrived, And It's Everything We Wanted It To Be

We've all been waiting around semi-patiently since the Double Dare reboot was announced in April. We knew that the show would come out eventually, but we couldn't help but be excited. It's one of those shows that even if it was rebooted, there's really very few ways they could ruin it. Well... That's not true but we had our hopes.  When they announced the new host in May, we were at first a little concerned that Marc Summers wasn't going to be there. But we realized very quickly they were going to team up, letting the new host take

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The 'Double Dare' Reboot Announced Its New Host But Don't Worry, Marc Summers Is There Too

We've all been anxiously awaiting news about the Double Dare reboot, but so far we hadn't gotten much. Well, that's about to change because not only do we know who the host is going to be, Marc Summers himself has given us some hope that it'll be as good as the original. The show comes back this summer, and after 25 years people have been a little concerned about what to expect, but Summers has opened up about the show and we're starting to get psyched. NickelodeonHe's not going to be the host, but he's still involvedSummers was the host

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'Double Dare' Is Coming Back To TV And Honestly We Can't Wait

Guess what 90s kids, your very favorite game show is coming back to TV. That's right ladies and gents, put on your splash pants, helmets and knee guards because Double Dare is coming back on TV. The show originally started in 1986 and ran until 1993, but people have never stopped talking about it. It took over Nickelodeon and the 90s in general, because every last one of us wanted nothing more than to have a chance to play ourselves. NickelodeonThe games were iconic and the slime was legendary, and we all wished we could be a part of it.

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New Marc Summers Documentary Reveals The Host's Brush With Death And What He's Up To Now

He hosted the messiest show on TV, but behind the scenes Marc Summers was not a fan of all that slime.The TV host is talking openly about his long and strange career as a new documentary about his life is released, and while he tours the country performing a one-man show about his ups and downs in show business.He also gives fans a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the chaos of Nickelodeon's Double Dare, including an explanation for why the show's slime was made from pudding and apple sauce. "The insurance company made us guarantee if any of this got