Wednesday, December 15, 2021

Sound Off! With Benjamin Wynn | Avatar: Braving the Elements

Sound Off! With Benjamin Wynn | Avatar: Braving the Elements

Famous, Like Me NEW Series Trailer w/ Mads Lewis | PREMIERES WED DEC 22ND | AwesomenessTV

Famous, Like Me NEW Series Trailer w/ Mads Lewis | PREMIERES WED DEC 22ND | AwesomenessTV


Superstar influencer Mads Lewis is taking the next step in her career. She’s going to find the best and brightest up-and-coming TikTok talent in the country and manage them! Everyone thinks they want to be famous, but they’re about to find out what it feels like to be FAMOUS LIKE ME

💖 Premieres Wednesday December 22nd on the AwesomenessTV YouTube Channel

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Cast:
Mads Lewis - @Mads Lewis @mads.yo
Indiana Massara - @Indiana @indiana
Christian Plourde - @sevryn @christianplourde
Riley Lewis - @Riley Lewis @rileylewiss

MADS STARTING HER OWN CONTENT HOUSE?? WHO ELSE IS FREAKING OUT???!!  Series premieres Wednesday December 22nd right here on the AwesomenessTV YouTube Channel!

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Welcome to AwesomenessTV, the destination for Gen Z reality TV shows with your favorite TikTok and digital influencers. Featuring Brent and Lexi Rivera, Nate Wyatt, The Merrell Twins, Noah Beck, Larray, Alex Warren and more, see them in ways you’ve never seen them before! Like in Twin My Heart, a dating show where the Merrell Twins help their closest friends find love. And AwesomenessTV’s Next Influencer, a reality competition show where up-and-coming TikTokers compete at the chance of becoming the next big ATV star. Also, our My Dream Quinceañera channel gives you a real look at planning the Quince of your dreams with rising LatinX influencers! Here you can feel free to express yourself, have fun and get real with us. And we’ll gossip with you daily on The Daily Report 😉. New shows everyday to have an awesome day!

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Originally published: December 15, 2021.

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SpongeBob BingePants Podcast (Official Extended Trailer) | SpongeBob SquarePants

SpongeBob BingePants Podcast (Official Extended Trailer) | SpongeBob SquarePants


Take a deep dive down to Bikini Bottom with this official SpongeBob SquarePants companion podcast from Nickelodeon. Hosts Frankie Grande (Henry Danger) and Hector Navarro (Nickelodeon Animation Podcast) love SpongeBob SquarePants. That's why they've decided to rewatch the entire series, starting all the way back to the iconic first episode. Each week, Frankie and Hector have hilarious conversations, and interview special guests from voice actors to veteran artists, uncovering behind-the-scenes secrets about everyone’s favorite sea sponge. SpongeBob BingePants is a weekly celebration of all things absorbent and yellow and porous! Listen to SpongeBob BingePants wherever you get your podcasts: https://link.chtbl.com/SBPod

Watch SpongeBob SquarePants and The Patrick Star Show on Nickelodeon and 200 episodes of SpongeBobThe SpongeBob Movie: Sponge On The RunKamp Koral: SpongeBob's Under Years and The SpongeBob Musical on Paramount+! Try it FREE at ParamountPlus.com.


Listen to The SpongeBob Musical here!

CALLING ALL GOOFY GOOBERS! (ROCK!) Are ya ready for a deep dive into the world of SpongeBob SquarePants? The SpongeBob YouTube channel is THE PLACE for all fan-favorite SpongeBob moments! We’re serving up everything from legendary scenes to remixes of classic songs to deep dives into Bikini Bottom lore. Be sure to check back every week for Music Mondays, Wumbo Wednesdays, and Flashback Fridays! Subscribe now at https://www.youtube.com/SpongeBobOfficial!

Shop SpongeBob!: https://www.spongebobshop.com - SpongeBob face masks now available, with ALL proceeds going to charity!


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Classic Rugrats Comic Strip for December 15, 2021 | Nickelodeon

Classic Rugrats Comic Strip for December 15, 2021 | Nickelodeon


Stream all new CG-animated Rugrats series, exclusively on Paramount+!


Rugrats, provided to Creators Syndicate by Nickelodeon, based off the popular animated television series has been created for children and family's to laugh and enjoy together.

Follow these comics and their take on real episodes of the show and their own spin on hilarious adventures.

Read more Rugrats comic strips!: https://www.creators.com/features/rugrats

More Nick: Paramount Plus Renews the All-New 'Rugrats' for Season 2!

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Nickelodeon to Premiere 'Nick News: Afghan Schoolgirls, Mrs. Doubtfire, and the West Powelton Steppers' on Dec. 15

Nickelodeon’s Nick News Takes Viewers Into Afghanistan, as Girls Navigate the Fight for Their Right to an Education in Brand-new Special Airing Wednesday, Dec. 15

Additional Segments Include a Backstage Pass to Broadway’s Latest Musical Comedy Mrs. Doubtfire and an Inspiring Visit with Philadelphia’s West Powelton Steppers & Drum Squad


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HOLLYWOOD, Calif.--December 10, 2021--Nickelodeon will premiere a brand-new installment of its celebrated Nick News series on Wednesday, Dec. 15, at 7:30 p.m. (ET/PT), which highlights the stories of incredible kids who are rising to the challenges they are faced with in order to make their dreams a reality, including female students in the heart of Afghanistan who are now being denied an education by laws reenacted by the Taliban, the kids from Broadway’s Mrs. Doubtfire who are hitting the stage after a year and a half COVID-imposed hiatus and the members of Philadelphia’s renowned West Powelton Steppers & Drum Squad who have found a safe haven and inspiration on this remarkable drill team.

Hosted by CBS News Correspondent Jamie Yuccas, Nick News opens with a segment from Kabul, Afghanistan, where CBS News’ Imtiaz Tyab met with kids to discuss the reinstituted restrictive rules that ban girls over the age of 11 from going to school and highlights their fight to keep their dreams of a formal education and a bright productive future alive. The half-hour Nick News special will also feature a visit to the Great White Way, where CBS News Correspondent Vladimir Duthiers provides viewers a backstage pass to Broadway’s newest musical comedy Mrs. Doubtfire, where the young cast shares what it takes to make it to the big show.


“With this episode of Nick News, we offer viewers a window into three very different worlds that somehow all converge to showcase how despite our differences we are all connected. Whether it’s girls in Afghanistan fighting for their right to an education, young actors finding their way back to the stage after a year of uncertainty due to the ongoing pandemic, or young people in West Philadelphia making themselves heard instead of becoming another statistic, these stories all share one thing in common: the resilience of incredible kids, which we hope will inspire our audience to continue to work towards their goals and make them a reality,” said Magalie Laguerre-Wilkinson, Vice President of News Programming, Nickelodeon and Executive Producer of Nick News.

Additionally, Gabrielle Nevaeh Green, star of Nickelodeon’s That Girl Lay Lay and All That heads to Philadelphia to introduce viewers to the West Powelton Steppers & Drum Squad, which was founded by Elsie Wise and 25 years later is led by her grandson Antoine Mapp, who continues her legacy of providing kids a safe environment to learn that Philly sound and beat, while acquiring invaluable life skills on and off the drums.

Following the premiere on Nickelodeon, this new episode of Nick News will be available on Nick.com, Nick App and Nick On Demand beginning Thursday, Dec. 16.

Nickelodeon’s Nick News has won 10 Emmys, a Peabody, a Columbia DuPont, and the prestigious Edward R. Murrow award for Journalistic Excellence, the first and only time it was given to a children’s program. The show originally aired for 25 years, ending with the retirement of creator and original host Linda Ellerbee in 2016. Created with a core ethos of respecting its kid audience, the show explained world events in a direct way, and always ensured kids were given a platform to voice their opinions and a safe place to question the world. Nick News made its return last June with a special hour-long presentation Kids, Race and Unity: A Nick News Special, hosted by global superstar Alicia Keys. Nick News is executive produced by Magalie Laguerre-Wilkinson, Vice President of News Programming, Nickelodeon and Executive Producer of Nick News.

Nickelodeon, now in its 42nd year, is the number-one entertainment brand for kids. It has built a diverse, global business by putting kids first in everything it does. The brand includes television programming and production in the United States and around the world, plus consumer products, digital, location-based experiences, publishing and feature films. For more information or artwork, visit www.nickpress.com. Nickelodeon and all related titles, characters and logos are trademarks of ViacomCBS Inc. (Nasdaq: VIACA, VIAC).

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Nick News breaks down the headlines that matter to you! In Nick News: Afghan Schoolgirls, Mrs. Doubtfire, and the West Powelton Steppers, Nick News looks at the plight of schoolgirls in Afghanistan since the Taliban takeover; then we head to the opening of the Broadway show, Mrs. Doubtfire; and then we hit the streets of Philadelphia with the West Powelton Steppers. Tune into the next edition of Nick News, premiering Wednesday, December 15 at 7:30 p.m. ET/PT, straight after the latest NFL Slimetime at 7, only on Nickelodeon!


Originally published: December 05, 2021.

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Brian Robbins Wants to Bring Back 'Good Burger' As a Animated Series

Could we finally be getting a sequel to Nickelodeon's iconic movie, Good Burger?


In a recent interview with ViacomCBS' Streaming On series, Brian Robbins, President and CEO of Nickelodeon and Chief Content Officer, kids and family for Paramount revealed that he, along with Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell "really want to make a animated Good Burger"! Interestingly, Robbins revealed the news whilst answering which older Nickelodeon shows he would like to bring back, which could suggest that the animated Good Burger would be a TV series rather than a movie.



Update (12/15) - Kel Mitchell has further hinted that a reboot of Good Burger is still in the works.

“You know, we’ve been talking about it,” Mitchell told TODAY.com. “Kenan and I, we’re all about it, but we’re letting them work it out contractually and all that stuff like that. But yeah, me and Kenan, we’re down.”

It sounds like his kids would also be down for a Good Burger reboot because according to Mitchell, they “love” watching his old Nickelodeon shows. “My youngest one wants me to do Good Burger all the time,” he said. “I'm doing bedtime stories.”

Based on the iconic All That sketch, the film, originally released in 1997 stars Kel Mitchell and Kenan Thompson as employees of Good Burger, a run-down fast-food restaurant. The movie follows the duo's meatheaded adventures while they try and stop the competition, Mondo Burger, from stealing Ed's secret sauce recipe. Guest stars include Carmen Electra, Sinbad, and Shaquille O'Neal.

Nickelodeon recently revived their iconic '90s sketch show All That featuring a new cast of fresh faces, executive produced by Kenan and Kel. Along with executive producing, Kenan and Kel, along with other legacy cast members, have made special appearances on the revived series, and Ed has even reprised his iconic Ed the Good Burger Guy role.


Since its release in 1997, Good Burger has remained a fan-favorite, and has fans spanning across multiple generations. There has even been a Good Burger-themed pop-up restaurant, which offered fans the chance to sample Good Burgers and Good Shakes, as well as a host of photo ops, and the iconic Good Burger car has been faithfully restored. Famous fans of the movie include fellow Nickelodeon alum Ariana Grande.

There’s actually a Good Burger sequel in the form of a book called Good Burger 2 Go, where somebody forgets their change and Ed follows them across the country to get it back to them.

Good Burger is now available on Blu-ray. All That is available to stream on Paramount+. Try it FREE at ParamountPlus.com.

Nickelodeon and ViacomCBS have been busy the last couple of years bringing back legacy properties for audiences of all ages, including Rugrats and iCarly for Paramount+. Thompson also hosted Nickelodeon's Kids' Choice Awards 2021 tentpole event earlier this year.


Originally published: September 13, 2021 at 21:23 BST.


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ViacomCBS Consumer Products Unveils ‘More The Dolls’ Study, Highlighting The Effects of Diversity and Inclusion Efforts in The Doll Category

ViacomCBS Consumer Products Unveils ‘More The Dolls’ Study, Highlighting The Effects of Diversity and Inclusion Efforts in The Doll Category

The Top Driver of Doll Choice Among Girls is that the Dolls Look Like Them; 51% of Moms Say They Have Become More Conscious of their Choices Around Doll Purchases in the Past Year; 77% of Moms Surveyed Feel that Having Dolls of Diverse Race/Ethnic Mix Can Help their Girls Learn about Racial and Cultural Diversity


New York, NY – ViacomCBS Consumer Products today unveiled the results of “More Than Dolls,” a brand-new study commissioned to examine diversity in the Dolls category and factors that fuel the purchasing decisions of Black, Hispanic, White and Asian moms.

Inspired by the pivotal doll test conducted by Drs. Mamie and Kenneth Clark in 1947, “More Than Dolls” delves into diversity in the doll category, showcasing the positive impact that the greater availability of diverse dolls has had on Black, Hispanic, Asian girls, while highlighting the strides that still need to be made to fuel ongoing changes to with dolls that offer authentic representation and aspirational role models.

Said Pam Kaufman, President, Consumer Products, ViacomCBS: “ViacomCBS Consumer Products is committed to creating products that speak to and depict the full spectrum of diversity in the world consumers live in. Through our “More Than Dolls” study we aim to inform and help guide our amazing partners across the Consumer Products industry, where we have the ability to make a significant impact and contribute to positive and long-lasting social change.”

Added Ameeta Held, Vice President of Insights & Business Strategy, ViacomCBS Consumer Products: “Dolls are more than just toys, they are reflections of our society, showcasing the cultural standards of beauty that so many young girls internalize. The relationship that dolls have to girls’ self-esteem and their perceptions of themselves is a powerful one. It plays an important role in the development of their own aspirations and dreams.”

Key findings from “More Than Dolls” study include:

  • When surveyed to find out what girls owned in terms of the perceived race and ethnicity of their dolls the results were: Black girls were most likely to own dolls that reflect their own race.  Both Hispanic and Asian girls tended to own a diverse mix of dolls, followed by white dolls.  White girls owned predominantly white dolls by a wide margin (61% owned predominantly white dolls); and while a diverse mix of dolls ranked as their number two choice, they were the least likely to own diverse dolls.
  • 51% of moms surveyed agree they have recently become more conscious of the choices they make around the dolls they purchased this past year.
  • 66% of moms surveyed said they encourage their daughters to play with dolls of a different race/ethnicity than their own.
  • 77% of moms surveyed feel that having dolls of diverse race/ethnic mix can help their girls learn about racial and cultural diversity.
  • The number one driver of doll choice among girls surveyed was that the doll looked like them.  It was also the top driver of doll choice for moms.
  • However, 52% of Black moms and 49% of Hispanic moms say there are not enough dolls of their race/ethnicity in general.
  • Specific variables that were top of mind for moms of color as they considered dolls for their girls include:  matching skin tone (71% average), matching hair (56%), the same body type (31%) and matching eyes (26%).
  • 53% of moms surveyed said there not enough dolls/toys that represent strong, positive, Black/Hispanic/Asian role models – but beyond that moms want authentic dolls that reflect possibilities for their daughters.
  • Nearly 66% of Black and Hispanic moms go out of their way to buy brands that are making the effort to be more racially inclusive and diverse.
  • It also extends beyond just appearance, as the doll’s identity was also important to the moms/daughters. Elements like clothing/accessories, the doll’s name, profession/hobbies and reflections of her culture all needed to be authentically relatable.

Conducted in 2021, in partnership with Horowitz Research and C Space, the “More Than Dolls” study included surveys with 900 moms and their daughters (aged 2-9), as well as interviews and video diaries to expand on the findings. The questions explored what kind of dolls the girls had and why, how they play with them, and unmet gaps in the marketplace. An additional deep dive was designed to probe how attitudes around racial awareness are shifting in today’s consumer landscape.

Shontae Savage, the head of Black Lives Matter Licensing in the US, praised the research paper, and said it shows exactly why representational licensing is so important to society as a whole, and particularly for children.

“As a child everything that happens at that developmental stage in life is a lesson and that includes play,” said Savage. “Doll-play is an important form of play for impressionable children because it teaches the child to care and nurture others. Because at its core doll-play is teaching a child how to love and nurture another, it is crucial to that child’s development and identity that they are represented.  Otherwise, they are learning the wrong message.”

Savage says that change is critical for children in minority families, who in the past were not represented in entertainment or in toys. “Representation or lack of representation in dolls speaks volumes to children,” she explained. “The message representation tells children is that you matter, you belong. When that representation is missing on toy shelves and reinforced through a lack of representation in figures of authority and again in their favorite TV shows, it sends a completely opposite message: you don’t matter.

Savage also says that’s something she was very aware of as a child.

“As a Black child growing up in the 80’s, my mom was very cognizant of buying dolls that looked like me,” she recalled. “At the time, dolls were either white with beautiful blond or brown locks of hair and various facial features, or dolls had a dark complexion with painted-on black plastic hair to convey the coils of black hair.  I had spirally curly hair and did not look anything like the typical black baby doll.  So, my mom sought out dolls, intended for Hispanic children, that looked more like me with a similar brown complexion, big brown eyes and spirally curly hair. In doing so, she imbued a sense of pride in me and reinforced that my baby, and I, were beautiful and deserved to be cared for.”

Conducted in 2021, in partnership with Horowitz Research and C Space, the “More Than Dolls” study included surveys with 900 moms and their daughters (aged 2-9), as well as interviews and video diaries to expand on the findings. The questions explored what kind of dolls the girls had and why, how they play with them, and unmet gaps in the marketplace. An additional deep dive was designed to probe how attitudes around racial awareness are shifting in today’s consumer landscape.

ViacomCBS Consumer Products (VCP) oversees all licensing and merchandising for ViacomCBS Inc. (Nasdaq: VIACA, VIAC), a leading global media and entertainment company that creates premium content and experiences for audiences worldwide. Driven by iconic consumer brands, VCP’s portfolio includes a diverse slate of brands and content from BET, CBS (including CBS Television Studios and CBS Television Distribution), Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon, Paramount Pictures and Showtime. With properties spanning animation, live-action, preschool, youth and adult, VCP is committed to creating the highest quality product for some of the world’s most beloved, iconic franchises. Additionally, VCP oversees the online direct-to-consumer business for CBS and Showtime programming merchandise, as well as standalone branded ecommerce websites for Star Trek, SpongeBob, South Park, and MTV.

For more research detail from Reflecting Me: Global Representation On Screen, visit Insights.ViacomCBS.com.



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ViacomCBS Slapped With Racial Discrimination Lawsuit by Former Consumer Products Employee

ViacomCBS has been accused in a federal racial discrimination lawsuit of stereotyping a former employee as a “dumb Latina” and denying her career advancement, TheWrap is reporting.


The employee, Patricia Senior, worked in the consumer products division from 2016 until 2020. She began as a director in consumer products planning for Nickelodeon. In the lawsuit, Senior says she faced rampant discrimination including that her bosses initially didn’t think she could speak fluent English. She further claims that she was fired for complaining about being discriminated against.

“At ViacomCBS, however, Senior was stereotyped as a ‘dumb Latina,’ prohibited from writing emails to her boss; consigned to doing clerical work and housekeeping, notwithstanding her having a Master of Business Administration from Columbia University; denied repeated requests for more challenging assignments; blocked from well-deserved professional advancement; subjected to unjust criticism; and, when she complained about the unrelenting discrimination, fired in retaliation,” the lawsuit says.

Senior said that on her first day, a vice president she reported to, Richard Morris, “had her sit beside him while he dictated emails for her to send to SVP [Andrea] Fasulo and other executives.” The lawsuit continued that after a month she was not allowed to email Fasulo directly over what was described as “minor grammatical mistakes.”

“Other Consumer Products Marketing team members who sent emails with spelling and grammatical errors were not punished in the same way, if at all,” the lawsuit continued.

Senior adds in the lawsuit that she, along with many other Latinx employees at ViacomCBS, were denied “well-deserved promotions, passed over for professional opportunities, and made to do unskilled housework and menial work beneath their respective job titles.”

ViacomCBS did not immediately respond to TheWrap’s request for comment.


Originally published: December 15, 2021.

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Nickelodeon to Premiere 'California Dreaming' on Dec. 16

NICKELODEON TO AIR CALIFORNIA DREAMING,
FROM SIMON FULLER AND RYAN TEDDER,
THURSDAY, DEC. 16, AT 7 P.M. (ET/PT)


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Nickelodeon is set to air California Dreaming, a scripted musical event from legendary, multi-hyphenate creator, producer and manager Simon Fuller and three-time Grammy award winning songwriter and producer, Ryan Tedder. The hour-long event follows a group of talented young musicians auditioning to attend an esteemed performing arts boarding school, and features original songs written by Tedder.  California Dreaming airs Thursday, Dec. 16, at 7 p.m. (ET/PT) on Nickelodeon.


California Dreaming stars Jenna Raine Simmons (Hyperlinked) as “Jenna,” Liv Simone (Raven's Home) as “Liv,” Angelina Green (America's Got Talent) as “Nina,” Ben Krieger (National tour of “Finding Neverland”) as “Ben” and Max Fincham (Invasion) as “Max.”


California Dreaming is produced by Swirl Films (Saints & Sinners) and is created and executive produced by Fuller (American Idol, So You Think You Can Dance) and Tedder (Songland).  The teleplay is by Genna Ryan (Young Sheldon, The Thundermans) and story is by Janae Bakken (Greenhouse Academy) and Ryan, who are also executive producers.  It is directed and executive produced by Matt Stawski (Side Effects). Marc Dworkin & Sean Cunningham (Julie and the Phantoms) served as consulting producers. Production of California Dreaming for Nickelodeon was overseen by Shauna Phelan and Zack Olin, Co-Heads of Nickelodeon & Awesomeness Live-Action.  Laura Courtie served as Nickelodeon’s Executive in Charge of Production.


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Nickelodeon will premiere California Dreaming, a brand new musical series from multi-hyphenate creator, producer and manager Simon Fuller and OneRepublic frontman Ryan Tedder on Thursday, December 16 at 7:00 p.m. ET/PT!

First announced at Nickelodeon Upfront 2019 under the working title Simon Fuller/Ryan Tedder-Produced Untitled Project and produced under the title Counting StarsCalifornia Dreaming follows a group of mega-talented young musicians, vying to get into Spark Academy, an esteemed performing arts boarding school in California, who bond during audition week. The series was filmed in Georgia during late 2020.

The directors chairs in Tedder's BTS photos also reveal that Nickelodeon is co-producing Counting Stars with TF Productions LLC and Swirl Films.

Update (12/11) - Tracie Krieger, the mother of musician Ben Krieger, who features in California Dreaming, has revealed that Nickelodeon has decided to not pick up the show for a full series, and that the hour-long episode airing on Nickelodeon is the pilot episode that was filmed. Commenting on Instagram, Tracie said: "Welp! We have good news and bad news and good news again! Ben booked a very big Nickelodeon TV show series about two years ago - originally called ‘Counting Stars’ and produced by Ryan Tedder and Simon Fuller. It was supposed to start filming in April 2020. Obviously that didn’t happen and we were devastated. But we moved on… no big deal… And then about a year ago, we found out that they were going to bring it back! He went to Atlanta in February 2021 and he filmed the pilot episode. He had the time of his life!!! But then the network decided not to pick it up. We were devastated again. And then just a couple weeks ago, they announced that they are going to air the pilot! … So there you go! Please tune in next Thursday night at 7 PM eastern time on the regular Nickelodeon channel for ‘California Dreamin’! Congrats to Ben and the whole team!!!!! (A small promotion for it just aired and I have included it above!) ⭐️⭐️⭐️"


More Nick: Paramount Plus Renews Hit Series 'iCarly' for a Second Season!

Untitled Fuller Tedder Pilot Photos: Lindsey Dowell/Nickelodeon. © 2021 Viacom International, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Originally published: December 04, 2021.

H/T: @spongieupdates, @tapmoney1995; Special thanks to @ThePearSource; Additional source: Memorable TV.

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