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Here are some fun stuff that Nickelodeon fans do.

Real lifeEdit

The Nickelodeon fans go out and choose some actors to act in one of their TV shows and movies, as well as real ones. They are master players at playing video games, like Mario Party 8.

ArthurEdit

The Nickelodeon fans love Arthur, except there are many mistakes in the show which they think might get to some (such as Muffy's pencil braided hairstyle from Arthur's Lucky Pencil). One of the most popular characters in the show that they like are Muffy and Francine.

All episodes from all seasons (both original and custom episodes) were uploaded onto YouTube by the Nickelodeon fans. By the time the Nickelodeon fans and their children start watching them, the show aired on its original airdate. In the early version of Season 1, the title card is not narrated. In the later version, it is narrated by an Arthur character. In the original version of Season 6, Arthur was voiced by Justin Bradley. Executive producer Carol Greenwald and Peter Moss said that Justin's voice sounded too deep and lacked the vocal range of Yarmush. Mark Rendall took over to voice Arthur and redub Bradley's lines in reruns of Season 6, giving him a more youthful voice. The original version of Season 1 and 6 were still aired outside the U.S. and other channels in the U.S.

The Nickelodeon fans think the early version of Season 1 is better than the later version, so they love the early version of that season.

According to Brandon Heston, a few PBS affiliates (such as WGBH-TV in Boston) aired season 1 from October 7, 1996 to November 15, 1996, which means only the original episodes aired on their real original airdates, lacking the custom episodes. Other affiliates aired season 1 from September 2, 1996 to June 27, 1997, which means both the original and custom episodes aired on their custom original airdates.

BarneyEdit

The Nickelodeon fans love Barney & the Backyard Gang and the first generation of Barney & Friends because their children start watching it. All episodes and videos from all seasons of Barney & Friends, as well as all videos from Barney & the Backyard Gang and many videos from Barney & Friends were uploaded onto YouTube by the Nickelodeon fans.

Thevideotour1's version of Barney & the Backyard Gang and Barney & Friends videos are the Nickelodeon fans' version because they made them while working at the TV studio.

Unfortunately, David Wolf and Joe Phillips composed music for some Barney & the Backyard Gang videos, some videos from Season 1-3, and all Season 4-14 episodes and videos from Barney & Friends because it might scare the Nickelodeon fans.

The second to the fifth generation might get to some because Seth Yeung said "When a new generation of Barney after the first one started, I believe that there are new cast members in the show and the set got updated." These generations as well as David Wolf and Joe Phillips' music score would be in the same fashion as Disney.

Barney & the Backyard Gang and the first generation of Barney & Friends are more fun because it has old cast members in the show and the musical arrangements in the era are more powerful. These generations would be in the same fashion as Nickelodeon. The original airings of Season 1 and 3 have the longer credits. Reruns of those seasons have the shorter credits.

The Nickelodeon fans think the original version of Season 1 and 3 with the longer credits are better than the rerun version with the shorter credits, so they love the original version of those seasons.

Mario KartEdit

The Nickelodeon fans are masters at Mario Kart.

Mario Kart: Double Dash!!Edit

The Nickelodeon fans take Daisy and Peach to win in 1st place in every cup in every class.

Although, videos of the Nickelodeon fans clearing all cups in Mirror Mode are not shown.

Mario Kart WiiEdit

The Nickelodeon fans are master players at this game, so they take Daisy (as well as Peach and Rosalina by some fans) to win in 1st place in every cup in every class.

Unfortunately, when the Nickelodeon fans found out that Daisy is unlockable character in Mario Kart Wii, they have to use Peach first before they can unlock her. On the first run through, they went into the 150cc class and win in 1st place in the mushroom cup, the flower cup, the star cup, then the special cup. This would unlock Daisy by the way. Some fans unlocked Rosalina by getting 1 star in all 8 mirror mode cups and winning 50 races if they have a Super Mario Galaxy save file on the Wii.

Also, Daisy, Peach, and Rosalina gained their new biker suits for riding bikes but the Nickelodeon fans might use them in their princess dresses while riding karts.

Mario Kart 8Edit

The Nickelodeon fans take Daisy to every cup in every class, as well as Peach, Rosalina, Link, and Villager by some fans. They downloaded additional content to the game. When they play online, they win in 1st place because they are extremely good. Other times, they do not because the other players win in 1st place.

Unfortunately, Daisy, Peach, and Rosalina retained their biker suits for riding bikes and ATVs, so the Nickelodeon fans might use them in their princess dresses while riding karts.

Mario PartyEdit

The Nickelodeon fans are masters at Mario Party, so they choose Daisy as their character. Some fans use Peach and Rosalina as their character. They did a great job winning all minigames and being in the 1st place in board games.

Mario PartyEdit

Daisy, Rosalina, and Toadette never appeared in this game. Peach is the only character who can be played by the Nickelodeon fans who are master players at video games.

Mario Party 2Edit

The same thing from the previous game happens in this game. The Nickelodeon fans can still play as Peach because they are master players at this game.

Mario Party 3Edit

Daisy made her debut in this game, so the Nickelodeon fans can play as her but only in Party Mode. For this game, Daisy and Peach are voiced by former Backyard Gang actress, Jen Taylor, meaning that she is the new voice of Daisy and Peach. Some fans can still use Peach in all modes in this game.

Mario Party 5Edit

As master players, the Nickelodeon fans take Daisy (as well as Peach by some fans) to every mode, win all minigames and become 1st place in all board games.

Also, Daisy's voice from the previous game retuned, except her voice is pitched up to +1.

Many videos from the game are found on YouTube.

  • All duel minigames have Daisy as their character and Peach as their opponent in it and were played by most of the Nickelodeon fans. These were taken from Free Play. Some fans use Peach as their character and Daisy as their opponent.
  • In Countdown Pound, the Nickelodeon fans use Daisy (as well as Peach by some fans) to Ground Pound the platform to 0.01 seconds.
  • In Dinger Derby, the Nickelodeon fans use Daisy (as well as Peach by some fans) to hit all 30 baseballs by a pitching machine.
  • In Handy Hoppers, the Nickelodeon fans use Daisy (as well as Peach by some fans) to jump over a bar 60 times in a row.
  • In Hydrostars, the Nickelodeon fans use Daisy (as well as Peach by some fans) to drive in boats, go through five numbered ring markers in order, and reach the finish line in 30.76 seconds.
  • In Later Skater, the Nickelodeon fans use Daisy (as well as Peach by some fans) to skate around the ice rink five times in 23.66 seconds.
  • In Leaf Leaper, the Nickelodeon fans use Daisy (as well as Peach by some fans) to jump from leaf to leaf and climbing the highest on the beanstalk at 180 yards.
  • In Manic Mallets, the Nickelodeon fans use Daisy and Peach to hit the switch with a hammer 999 times in a row.
  • In Piece Out, the Nickelodeon fans use Daisy (as well as Peach by some fans) to score over 85,000 points in 1 minute, over 86,000 points in 3 minutes, and over 150,000 points in 5 minutes.
  • In Pump 'n' Jump, the Nickelodeon fans use Daisy (as well as Peach by some fans) to jump high in the sky at 859 yards.
  • In Triple Jump, the Nickelodeon fans use Daisy (as well as Peach by some fans) to jump the farthest by performing a triple jump at 186.31 feet.
  • In Will Flower, the Nickelodeon fans use Daisy (as well as Peach by some fans) to bring the flower back to life in 5.13 seconds.

Mario Party 6Edit

The Nickelodeon fans are master players at this game, so they take Daisy (as well as Peach by some fans) to every mode, win all minigames and become 1st place in all board games.

Starting with this game, Daisy is voiced by former Backyard Gang actress, Deanna Mustard, meaning that she is the original voice of Daisy.

Toadette made her debut in this game, but she is unlockable by buying her for 30 stars at Star Bank.

Many videos from the game are found on YouTube.

  • The gameplay in all Solo Mode boards with Daisy (as well as Peach by some fans) are complete without any losses.
  • All duel minigames have Daisy as their character and Peach as their opponent in it and were played by most of the Nickelodeon fans. These were taken from Mini-game Tour Bus. Some fans use Peach as their character and Daisy as their opponent.
  • In Circuit Maximums, the Nickelodeon fans use Daisy (as well as Peach by some fans) to avoid the high-voltage Amps and reach the end of the maze in 11.78 seconds. This could happen in Decathlon Park, too.
  • In Gondola Glide, the Nickelodeon fans use Daisy (as well as Peach by some fans) to move the gondola very fast and reach the goal in 18.66 seconds.
  • In Full Tilt, the Nickelodeon fans use Daisy (as well as Peach by some fans) to race along the tilting bridge and reach the goal in 8.66 seconds.
  • In Lift Leapers, the Nickelodeon fans use Daisy (as well as Peach by some fans) to jump on many platforms in 23.28 seconds.
  • In Snow Whirled, the Nickelodeon fans use Daisy (as well as Peach by some fans) to do lots of spins at 9,720°, meaning that Daisy and Peach can spin really fast while snowboarding. This could happen in Decathlon Park, too.
  • In Sunday Drivers, the Nickelodeon fans use Daisy (as well as Peach by some fans) to hit 10 golf balls by pressing the same buttons on the sign that Shy Guy is holding behind the player in 15.06 seconds. This could not happen in Decathlon Park.
  • Most Endurance Alley videos have Daisy in it (as well as Peach in a few videos). When the Nickelodeon fans use these characters to get 100 consecutive wins in Endurance Alley, they win all minigames in only 3 categories (one 4-player, one 1 vs. 3, and one duel) 100 times in a row.

Mario Party 7Edit

The Nickelodeon fans are master players at this game, so they take Daisy (as well as Peach by some fans) to every mode, win all minigames and become 1st place in all board games.

Unfortunately, when the Nickelodeon fans found out that 4-Team Battle mode is an addition to the game, they should play free-for-all and Tag Battle mode because these mode have 4 players in them.

Many videos from the game can be found on YouTube.

  • All duel minigames have Daisy as their character and Peach as their opponent in it and were played by most of the Nickelodeon fans. These were taken from Free Play Sub. Some fans use Peach as their character and Daisy as their opponent.
  • In Air Farce, the Nickelodeon fans use Daisy (as well as Peach by some fans) to glide over a long area of water with a hang glider at 113.02 yards.
  • In Battery Ram, the Nickelodeon fans use Daisy and Peach in one team to carry through the blocks and reach the end of the maze in 24.91 seconds.
  • In Buzzstomer, the Nickelodeon fans use Daisy and Peach in one team to ride in a large bee-like aircraft and avoid the dandelions in 19.45 seconds.
  • In Fun Run, the Nickelodeon fans use Daisy (as well as Peach by some fans) to run for the finish line at the top of the spiral castle-like area, jumping over a Spiny Shell and avoiding obstacles in 39.55 seconds.
  • In Hip Hop Drop, the Nickelodeon fans use Daisy (as well as Peach by some fans) to hop to the finish line by quickly pressing the correct buttons that appear on the panels in just frame timing in 13.36 seconds.
  • In Hop-O-Matic 4000, the Nickelodeon fans use Daisy and Peach in one team to move the Hop-O-Matic 4000 that hops like a frog to the finish line by pressing the correct buttons that appear on the screen in just frame timing in 25.73 seconds.
  • In Kart Wheeled, the Nickelodeon fans use Daisy (as well as Peach by some fans) to drive around a figure-8 track 5 times in 24.76 seconds.
  • In King of the River, the Nickelodeon fans use Daisy (as well as Peach by some fans) to win minigames and make it to end without losing all their lives.
  • In Mad Props, the Nickelodeon fans use Daisy (as well as Peach by some fans) to use the boat's propellers to race navigate through the white-water rapids and race to the finish line in 31.06 seconds.
  • In Pokey Pummel, the Nickelodeon fans use Daisy (as well as Peach by some fans) to send the Pokeys flying by whacking them with a hammer in 2.15 seconds.
  • In Snow Ride, the Nickelodeon fans use Daisy to race downhill in a snowboard and avoiding the obstacles in 25.60 seconds.
  • In Sphere Factor, the Nickelodeon fans use Daisy and Peach in one team to roll a giant ball to the goal in 30.86 seconds.
  • Two versions of Stick and Spin include the single player version and the multiplayer version. In the single player version, the Nickelodeon fans use Daisy (as well as Peach by some fans) to reach level 75 and score over 101,000 points. In the multiplayer version, the Nickelodeon fans use Daisy as their player and Peach as their opponent to win the game as fast as they can. Some fans in the multiplayer version use Peach as their player and Daisy as their opponent.

Mario Party 8Edit

As master players, the Nickelodeon fans take Daisy (as well as Peach by some fans) to every tent, win all minigames and become 1st place in all board games. The Very Hard difficulty helps because they can really make it.

Starting with this game, Peach is voiced by former Backyard Gang actress, Samantha Kelly, meaning that she is the original voice of Peach.

Many videos from the game can be found on YouTube.

  • The Nickelodeon fans use Daisy to play in the Party and Minigame Tent by themselves. They also picked Peach and two of the other characters in the game (such as Blooper and Hammer Bro) as the very hard computers. This way, Daisy can beat the very hard computers in the game, since the Nickelodeon fans are extremely good. Some fans use Peach as their character and Daisy as the very hard computer.
  • In Tag Battle in Party Tent, the Nickelodeon fans team up with Daisy and Peach, as Damsels in Success. They also chose other characters in the game (such as Mario and Luigi) in another team as the very hard computers. This way, Damsels in Success can beat the other team in Tag Battle, since the Nickelodeon fans are extremely good. When some fans use Peach in Tag Battle, she and Daisy in Damsels in Success are switched around.
  • The walkthroughs in Star Battle Arena with Daisy (as well as Peach by some fans) are complete without any losses or taking the least amount of coins from a dart wheel or a coin block. This would unlock Blooper and Hammer Bro by the way. Although, videos of the second run through of that mode with the one they unlocked first were not shown.
  • All duel minigames have Daisy as their character and Peach as their opponent in it and were played by most of the Nickelodeon fans. These were taken from Free Play Arcade. Some fans use Peach as their character and Daisy as their opponent.
  • In Alpine Assault, the Nickelodeon fans use Daisy (as well as Peach by some fans) to snowboard down the hill in 27.81 seconds.
  • In Ion the Prize, the Nickelodeon fans use Daisy (as well as Peach by some fans) to sort all 62 balls in each sorter, meaning that the colored balls match the sorter color. This could happen in Test for the Best, too.
  • In Kartastrophe, the Nickelodeon fans use Daisy (as well as Peach by some fans) to race around the course twice in 40.85 seconds.
  • In Rotation Station, the Nickelodeon fans use Daisy (as well as Peach by some fans) to climb up to the top of the castle in 13.56 seconds, meaning that Daisy and Peach are the fastest characters in the minigame. This could happen in Test for the Best, too.
  • In Saucer Swarm, the Nickelodeon fans use Daisy (as well as Peach by some fans) to shoot 63 flying saucers within 30 seconds.
  • In Settle in the Court, the Nickelodeon fans use Daisy (as well as Peach by some fans) to shoot all 18 basketballs into the basketball hoop.
  • In Swing Kings, the Nickelodeon fans use Daisy (as well as Peach by some fans) to hit all 20 baseballs into the outfield.
  • Most Test of the Best videos have Daisy in it, as well as Peach in a few videos. When the Nickelodeon fans use these characters to get 10,000 points on Test for the Best, they win all 10 tests and got all A pluses.

Mario Party 10Edit

The Nickelodeon fans are master players, so they take Daisy (as well as Peach and Rosalina by some fans) to Bowser Party mode and Mario Party mode. They also choose Peach, Rosalina, and Toadette as the master computers because Daisy and those three characters are the girl team, so they can really make it. When some fans use Peach and Rosalina, Daisy can be the master computer, too.

Also, Rosalina made her debut in this game. Again, Toadette is unlockable by buying her for 600 Mario Party points in Toad's Room.

PolyGram KaraokeEdit

The Nickelodeon fans love PolyGram karaoke LDs because they say they are fun to watch. Tiger Huang, Hacken Lee, and Cherrie Tsoi are on the LDs and they might scare the Nickelodeon fans. Also, Cantopop singers singing Mandarin songs might scare them, but some of them are okay. However, cover versions of songs sung by them can be found on the LDs, so another person who sing these might be tamer.

All music videos from all PolyGram karaoke LDs from early 1990-January 1995 were uploaded onto YouTube by the Nickelodeon fans.

Soul CaliburEdit

The Nickelodeon fans has played most of the Soul Calibur video games since 1996.

The Nickelodeon fans are masters at Soul Calibur because they set the game to the highest difficulty. For example, quick play mode in Soul Calibur III is set to extremely hard. One of their favorite characters to play with is Maxi because they are extremely good at Maxi, especially when they have most of their female characters use his fighting style to make it feminine. Maxi's fighting style is the feminine version of the nunchaku fighting style and Li Long's is the masculine version.

For use with English voice, the Nickelodeon fans made a lot of custom characters, mostly female ones. Because of this, the language for the video games are set to English.

The Nickelodeon fans do fun stuff with the Cheatwich device. They can do custom character weapon demonstrations, ending setups, destined battle setups and character weapon and move modifiers.

Soul Calibur IIIEdit

The Nickelodeon fans made their girl characters wear lighter clothing making them easier to fight like Maxi. Heavier armor makes them harder to fight like him.

Unfortunately, by the time they play as standard characters and Amy, their outfits are unique and never made into CAS parts.

Also, Lynette and Amy have an unused female CAS voice who is voiced by Heather Hogan.

Custom Character Weapon DemonstrationsEdit

  • Adelheid (Maxi)
  • Alethea (Maxi)
  • Barb (1P Costume) (Maxi)
  • Barb (2P Costume) (Maxi)
  • Cyrielle (Maxi)
  • Eleanor (Maxi)
  • Gilette (1P Costume) (Maxi)
  • Gilette (2P Costume) (Maxi)
  • Hyacinth (Maxi)
  • Kacy (1P Costume) (Maxi)
  • Kacy (2P Costume) (Maxi)
  • Kacy (3P Costume) (Maxi)
  • Kylie (Maxi)
  • Marie (Mitsurugi)
  • Megumi (Mitsurugi)
  • Nobue (Maxi)
  • Shaye (1P Costume) (Maxi)
  • Shiho (Maxi)
  • Sigrun (Maxi)
  • Shujiao (Kilik)
  • Tempete (Maxi)

Ending SetupsEdit

Character Weapon and Move ModifierEdit

  • Abelia with Maxi's Weapon and Moveset
  • Abelia with Xianghua's Weapon and Moveset
  • Amy with Greed's Weapon and Moveset
  • Amy with Hwang's Weapon and Moveset
  • Amy with Kilik's Weapon and Moveset
  • Amy with Maxi's Weapon and Moveset
  • Amy with Mitsurugi's Weapon and Moveset
  • Amy with Xianghua's Weapon and Moveset
  • Ivy with Maxi's Weapon and Moveset

Soul Calibur VEdit

The Nickelodeon fans unlocked everything by leveling up and downloading additional content. The most sexiest DLC clothing piece is the Halter Top Bikini which consists of a halterneck bra and a G-string. This piece makes their girl characters sexier when they use Maxi, Mitsurugi, and Leixia's fighting style.

They go to Xbox Live and fight other players in every mode, whether they win or lose. In ranked matches, they rank in A1 because they are extremely strong.

Super Smash BrosEdit

The Nickelodeon fans discussed about why Daisy is not a playable character in the series. In Super Smash Bros Melee to Super Smash Bros Wii U, Peach has an alternate costume color scheme that resembles Daisy's color scheme. In those games, Daisy can be seen as a trophy. When this really happened, they would use other characters instead.

Also, the Nickelodeon fans talked about why Peach and Zelda didn't appear in the original Super Smash Bros for the Nintendo '64. They made their debut in Super Smash Bros Melee. But some characters like Kirby appeared in every game in the series.

Daisy, Waluigi, Toad, Toadette, Birdo, and Boo never appeared in all real games in the series, but she appeared in some custom games in the series. Kirby replaced Daisy in all real games in the series, because Anthony Lok said that Kirby is a fully male puffball.

When the Mario characters appeared in the series, they have the same looks from The New Adventures of Super Mario.

ZoomEdit

The Nickelodeon fans love the remake version of Zoom because their children start watching it on air. As of 2005-2007, all episodes from all seasons were uploaded onto YouTube by the Nickelodeon fans, who had gone to the lengths of the recording them all twice while they were on the air. Seasons 1-3 are part of most of the Nickelodeon fans' videos. When their PBS affiliate, WGBH-TV is located in Boston, Massachusetts, it aired the show in most of their homes in different parts of Massachusetts in which they live in. It also aired the show in some of the Nickelodeon fans' homes in Springfield, Massachusetts and other states in the U.S., too. By the time the Nickelodeon fans and their children start watching Zoom, the show aired on its original airdate.

The Nickelodeon fans think the Nickelodeon era ran from 1999-2000 and the Disney era ran from 2001-2005. Seasons 1-2 are the very best seasons of Zoom, so the Nickelodeon fans love the Nickelodeon era because of what the first two seasons of Zoom look like. Toshiyuki Endo thinks that many of the Tiger Troops kids (such as Kenny Yates) appeared in the Nickelodeon era and some of the kids who didn't appear on that show that the Nickelodeon fans made (such as Frances Domond) appeared on the Disney era. So the Nickelodeon era is the most popular generation to air on High School Boyz on Nick in all times.

Also, two specials "The Making of Zoom" and "Party with Zoom" on VHS were uploaded onto YouTube by the Nickelodeon fans.

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