Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Classic Nick Wed. 10 – Haunting of Cassie Palmer


First of all Happy Halloween!!!

To round out our look at The Third Eye series I’ve saved my favorite show for last and since it’s Halloween it is defiantly appropriate! The show is The Haunting of Cassie Palmer; the series was based on a novel by Vivien Alcock and first broadcast on February 26, 1982 by TVS (Television South) and aired in the United States on Nickelodeon as part of the series The Third Eye.

This is the story of 13-year-old Cassie Palmer who is the seventh child of a seventh child. Cassie's mother is a psychic medium who holds tea readings and sayonses (sp?) in their small flat to make ends meet. She claims to be a true physic but admits to using "old tricks of the trade" on those particular nights when she doesn't feel up to par for the evening.

On one of those evenings Mrs. Palmer has tricked a woman into thinking that she is communicating with her deceased husband by brushing her face with a feather. When the clients threaten to prosecute her. Mrs. Palmer pleads with them not too as such an action would render her homeless.

Mrs. Palmer explains to Cassie that as the seventh child of a seventh child that she would develop great psychic powers, which would mature as she did, but Cassie has no wish to be a psychic. Still out of desperation to protect her mother from charges of fraud Cassie goes to a cemetery to try to call up the spirit of Charlotte Webb who died as a small child. But something goes horribly wrong when instead of calling up the young girl a dark figure appears from behind a tombstone. He tells her his name is Deverill and wants to know why she's summoned him. Frightened Cassie runs away.

After Deverill appears to Cassie several more times she finally tells her mother who invites him for tea. He complies but vanishes before her mother can discern if he is a sinister or benevolent entity.

Eventually, as a result of poor business and Mrs. Palmer’s bad reputation, the Palmers have to sell their house and move to another town. When Cassie tells Deverill of their plans he reveals to her that when he was alive he buried a small treasure in the floorboards of a house in town.

After a wrestling with her conscious Cassie decides that Deverill is an evil spirit sent to temp him and attempts to have him vanquished but not before the gentlemen from the physic society has a car wreck on the way to the Palmer household.

Frightened Cassie runs to the graveyard and asked the good spirits to help her vanquish the evil Deverill. The graveyard fills with ghosts who have come to Cassie’s aid and eventually Deverill is gone for good.

When it is all over Cassie and her older sister Mary go to Deverill’s old house and the owner agrees to let them check her attic. The girls find the treasure and they are able to help their mother buy a lovely home on a small pond.


==Cast==
*Cassie Palmer: [[Helen Probyn]]
*Mrs. Palmer: [[Elizabeth Spriggs]]
*Deverill: [[Geoffrey Rose (actor)|Geoffrey Rose]]
*Tom Palmer: [[Stephen Bint]]
*Mary Palmer: [[Ruth Adcock]]


==Crew==
Director – Dorothea Brooking
Writer – Alfred Shaughnessy
Producer / Executive Producer – Anna Home
Original Music Composer – Kenyon Emrys-Roberts
Production Designer – John Newton-Clarke
Stunt Arrangers – Sue Crossland & Paul Weston


==Availability==
There was only one season of this television program, which consisted of six half-hour episodes. At this time it is not commercially available for sale.


==Trivia==
Charles Shaughnessy  (Shane Donovan – Days of our Lives and Maxwell Sheffield – The Nanny) is the son of Alfred Shaughnessy who wrote The Haunting of Cassie Palmer

Saturday, October 27, 2012

In Search of Saturdays


Welcome to “In Search of Saturdays" a weekly advertising space designed to help our members find those long lost movies, cartoons, TV shows, toys, games and anything else that we’ve all been looking for for a very long time.

The instructions are simple. Post your personal “looking for” list in the comments box. I encourage all of you to post what you’re looking for.

If you can’t remember the name of a show or toy that’s alright, post what you can remember and maybe someone here will be able to tell you what it is. Also please remember that if you are listing television shows or movies please let us know if you are looking to purchase these shows or if you just want to watch them online. Then we, the members of the group, will help try to help each other and go “in search of” those items for our fellow members.

A good places to start our searches is iOffer ( http://www.ioffer.com/ ) which, in my opinion, is better than eBay b/c you can find lots of shows there that you can’t find anywhere else.

My Want List
This is a list of the Classic Nickelodeon programs that I’m looking for to purchase. Please note that I am a private collector who does not copy and resell my collection. The videos and DVDs that I collect are for my own private viewing here in my home or my Mother’s house where I originally saw them. If you have any of these and would like to sell me copies – for my private viewing – please contact me at peggysueclay@hotmail.com    Also, IF you contact me via email PLEASE PUT THE NAME OF THE SHOW IN THE SUBJECT LINE. Thank you.


***** NON VIDEO ITEMS *****
Muppets Magazine 1982
People Magazine – recent issue – no date – Marc Summers’ article
Any 80’s women’s or children’s magazines
80’s TV Guides


REGULAR PROGRAMS

Dusty's Treehouse
Hocus Focus
Kids’ Writes
Livewire
Nick Rocks Video to Go
Pinwheel – more than just the 6 hrs that’s currently available
Science International (aka) What Will They Think of Next?
Spread Your Wings
Standby...Lights! Camera! Action!
Studio See


PINWHEEL CARTOONS

The Adventures of the Mole
Bunny in the Suitcase
Charlie's Climbing Tree
Emily (Emilie) (my favorite)
Hattytown Tales
Magic Coco
The Magic Roundabout


SPECIAL DELIVERY

Beware, Beware My Beauty Fair
Clarence & The Ottaway (staring Billy Hufsey)
Kids’ Writes
Silver City (The Righteous Apples special)

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Classic Nick Wed. 9– Under the Mountain


Our third installment of The Third Eye series takes a look at Under the Mountain, an eight-part television series based on the novel of the same name written by Maurice Gee that first aired in 1981 and was produced by Television New Zealand.

When twins Rachel and Theo Matheson first meet the mysterious Mr. Jones when they are young children lost in the woods near their home. Eight years later they meet Mr. Jones again in Auckland while they are spending their summer holidays with their aunt, uncle and cousin. It is during this time they learn that Mr. Jones is an alien, sent from another world in a battle against another race of slimy, slug-like beasts / monsters / aliens who strip a planet until it is barren then move on to the next to do the same.

While in their human form these creatures are known as the evil Mr. Wilberforce family who, despite their slug-like form have a keen sense of sight and smell as they spy on Rachel and Theo from across the lake.

Mr. Jones begins training the twins as they learn of their emerging psychic abilities and how to use them to defeat the Wilberforces. To aid in their training he give each of them a white stone that changes colors as they twins grow in power. As the series progresses their psychic abilities grow in effectiveness as the twins grow in trust and acceptance of their abilities but it is not without it’s own challenges. Rachel, the more sensitive of the two, accepts the truth of their abilities and is able to grow in power more quickly than her brother Theo who is naturally more of a cynic and often challenged Mr. Jones.

At this point I will post the character descriptions, episode guide, cast list and availability straight from Wikipedia). I’m sorry that it is very long however I do not feel that I can improve on their descriptions.

Characters Based on the original novel by Maurice Gee:


Rachel and Theo Matheson
Two seemingly ordinary fraternal twins who lived in a rural New Zealand town. One day when they were three years old, they had wandered away from their home. While a search party tried to find them, they were met by the enigmatic Mr. Jones who telekinetically kept them warm through the cold evening until they were found. Over the years to follow, they had found that they shared a telepathic link and could read each other's thoughts. Upon meeting Mr. Jones again, eight years later, he reveals the reason for his interest in the twins and their important role in his plan for saving the world from the Wilberforces.

Mr. Jones
The last surviving member of a benevolent alien race. His true form is essentially a living flame: warm, brilliant and without a definite shape. On Earth, however, he takes the form of a kindly old man. As he explains to Rachel and Theo, his race was known as "The People Who Understand" and had developed technology based on their powerful telepathic abilities. Mr. Jones has the ability to teleport, communicate telepathically and project powerful beams of light from his physical self. He had journeyed to Earth with another member of his race with the intention of finding and stopping the Wilberforces. The other member was older and had succumbed to old age before the Wilberforces could be found. Mr. Jones has since searched for twins whose minds are telepathically linked in order to complete the work, which he and his older counterpart had started.

The Wilberforces
A race of symbiotic organisms consisting of a slug-like brain (roughly twice the mass of an adult) and a large worm like body (about the size of a battleship). According to the account given to the twins by Mr. Jones, the Wilberforces originated millions of years ago on a world consisting of seas of mud, which nourished the worm organisms. Threatened with extinction, the Wilberforces resolved themselves to conquering other worlds, using their technology to reform other planet's surfaces into mud in order to thrive and breed. When they had finished using a planet's resources, no life remained on that world. By the time Mr. Jones' world had been visited by them several thousand years ago, the Wilberforces had overtaken one complete spiral arm of the galaxy. Mr. Jones' race succeeded in permanently incapacitating every Wilberforce on every planet they could be found on, including Earth. However, the Wilberforces on Earth had learned to slowly counteract the telepathic weapons of The People Who Understand before being rendered dormant. By the time Rachel and Theo are discovered by Mr. Jones, the Wilberforces have nearly completely awakened.

Screenings – 1981 miniseries
Episode Guide
Maar
Volcano of the Bleeding Skies
Red Force, Blue Force
The Alien World Below
Weapons of the Mind
Any Shape, Any Form
Assault
The Gift of Oblivion

Cast

Kirsty Wilkinson as Rachel Matheson
Lance Warren as Theo Matheson
Roy Leywood as Mr Jones
Bill Johnson as Mr Wilberforce
Bill Ewens as Ricky

Crew

Directed by: Chris Bailey
Produced by: Tom Finlayson
Written by: Maurice Gee
Screenplay by: Ken Catran
Music by: Bernie Allen

International Distribution

In the United States, Under the Mountain was shown on Nickelodeon as part of The Third Eye. The other series included were Into the Labyrinth, Children of the Stones, The Haunting of Cassie Palmer. In Dutch the title is Moddermonsters (Mud Monsters) but also known as De Monsterplaneet (The Monster Planet).

DVD

All eight episodes have been released on one dual-layer region-free (region 0) DVD in New Zealand. For some reason the video format chosen for the DVD was NTSC, while the original production material would have been produced for PAL transmission as that is the standard in use throughout New Zealand and Australia. This makes the DVD unplayable for people with certain older TV sets unable to display NTSC. Picture quality is described on the DVD cover as "subject to quality of dated production source." Audio is mono, but is of an acceptable quality.


2009 movie ‘Under the Mountain' has been adapted into a New Zealand 2009 feature film directed by Jonathan King best known for Black Sheep.

2009 Film Cast
Sam Neill – Mr. Jones
Oliver Driver – Mr. Wilberforce
Tom Cameron – Theo Matheson
Sophie McBride – Rachel Matheson
Jon Cummings – Wilberforce Drone # 3
Matthew Chamberlain – Uncle Cliff
Matt Gillanders – Wilberforce Drone # 6
Wayne Gordon – Wilberforce Drone # 4
Bruce Hopkins – Richard Matheson
Toi Iti – Country Policeman
Bill Johnson – Mr.  Carpenter (cameo)
Miriama Kamo – News Reader
Reuben King – Johan / Lenart Double
Nathaniel Lees - Detective Gray
Chelsea McEwan Millar – Clementine 
Nathan Meister – Johan / Lenart
Colin Moy – Constable  Green
Gareth Reeves – Wilberforce Drone # 2
Micheala Rooney – Aunty Kay
Madeleine Sami – Constable Wood
Allan Smith – Wilberforce Drone # 5
Matt Sunderland – Wilberforce Drone # 1
Leon Wadham – Ricky 
David Weatherly – Desk Sergeant
Kirsty Wilkinson – Mr. Jones’ Neighbor (cameo)




Cameos
Kirsty Wilkinson, who portrayed Rachel Matheson from the original "Under the Mountain" on television, made a cameo appearance in the film as Mr. Jones' Neighbor. Bill Johnson, who portrayed Mr. Wilberforce from the original "Under the Mountain" on television, also made a cameo appearance in the film as Mr. Carpenter.

The film was shot in locations around Auckland in 2008 and has the approval of author Maurice Gee


Release

Lionsgate Home Entertainment set the release for the 10 August 2010 in the United States.

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

From Craig Marin & Olga Felgemacher


Okay now that I have FINALLY figured out how to use my scanner I can show yall what I got in the mail over the weekend. LOOK!!!


This was sent to me from Craig Marin & Olga Felgemacher, the wonderful puppeteers who brought us the Pinwheel Puppets, namely Herbert & Lulu the Hobo Bugs (pictured), Molly the Mole (pictured), Silas the Snail (pictured) and the Admiral Bird (not pictured).

They have a new Facebook page called “Flexitube”. Make sure to stop by their page and let them know how much you “Like” them!

This is the letter that Craig included with my picture.– Website names and links added by me.



Saturday, October 20, 2012

In Search of Saturdays



Welcome to “In Search of Saturdays" a weekly advertising space designed to help our members find those long lost movies, cartoons, TV shows, toys, games and anything else that we’ve all been looking for for a very long time.

The instructions are simple. Post your personal “looking for” list in the comments box. I encourage all of you to post what you’re looking for.

If you can’t remember the name of a show or toy that’s alright, post what you can remember and maybe someone here will be able to tell you what it is. Also please remember that if you are listing television shows or movies please let us know if you are looking to purchase these shows or if you just want to watch them online. Then we, the members of the group, will help try to help each other and go “in search of” those items for our fellow members.

A good places to start our searches is iOffer ( http://www.ioffer.com/ ) which, in my opinion, is better than eBay b/c you can find lots of shows there that you can’t find anywhere else.

My Want List
This is a list of the Classic Nickelodeon programs that I’m looking for to purchase. Please note that I am a private collector who does not copy and resell my collection. The videos and DVDs that I collect are for my own private viewing here in my home or my Mother’s house where I originally saw them. If you have any of these and would like to sell me copies – for my private viewing – please contact me at peggysueclay@hotmail.com     Also, IF you contact me via email PLEASE PUT THE NAME OF THE SHOW IN THE SUBJECT LINE. Thank you.


***** NON VIDEO ITEMS *****
Muppets Magazine 1982
People Magazine – recent issue – no date – Marc Summers’ article
Any 80’s women’s or children’s magazines ***NEW***
80’s TV Guides ***NEW***


REGULAR PROGRAMS

Dusty's Treehouse
Hocus Focus
Kids’ Writes
Livewire
Nick Rocks Video to Go
Pinwheel – more than just the 6 hrs that’s currently available
Science International (aka) What Will They Think of Next?
Spread Your Wings
Standby...Lights! Camera! Action!
Studio See


PINWHEEL CARTOONS

The Adventures of the Mole
Bunny in the Suitcase
Charlie's Climbing Tree 
Emily (Emilie) (my favorite) 
Hattytown Tales 
Magic Coco 
The Magic Roundabout


SPECIAL DELIVERY

Beware, Beware My Beauty Fair
Clarence & The Ottaway (staring Billy Hufsey)
Kids’ Writes
Silver City (The Righteous Apples special)

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Classic Nick Wed. 8 – Children of the Stones



Children of the Stones originally aired on the United Kingdom's ITV Network in January and February 1977 and became a part of Classic Nickelodeon when the network aired it as part of their anthology series “The Third Eye”.

In the series opener we meet astrophysicist Adam Brake and his young son Matthew as they arrive in the small village of Milbury, which is built in the midst of a megalithic stone circle.

The main premise of the show was that the small village of Milbury exists within a stone circle, reminiscent of Stone Hedge, where they were stuck in a time rift where the same events unfold every time the time circle resets with only minor variations occurring each time. Then when the power of the circle fails to be released to the outside world it resets and the same events attempt to unfold again.

As Adam Brake and his son Matthew attempt to make establish a life for themselves in their new surroundings they begin to notice something very odd about their new neighbors. One day they are normal functioning people and the next they seem to be in a fog, distant and detached from everything and everyone around them expect from their fellow “Happy Dayers”.  By this time it seems that the only other people who have not been affected by the strange phenomenon are the museum curator Margaret and her daughter Sandra.

During this time we discover that Matthew has psychic abilities and had only the year before come across a painting, which depicted the scene of the first circle with a beam of light in the middle to the circle. While attempting to discern the meaning of the painting Matthew meets Dai, the village poacher, who seems to know more than people think he does.

When Margret and Sandra eventually fall under the spell of the “Happy Dayers” Adam and Matthew know they must work quickly to break the spell or fall victims to The Circle themselves.

Availability

Currently, the serial is available on DVD, released by Second Sight in the UK and by Acorn Media in the US. The DVD includes interviews with actor Gareth Thomas and producer Peter Graham Scott. The series was released yet again in 2011 by Network DVD.


Episodes

Into the Circle
Circle of Fear
Serpent in the Circle
Narrowing Circle
Charmed Circle
Squaring the Circle
Full Circle


Cast

Hendrick – Iain Cuthbertson
Adam – Gareth Thomas
Dai – Freddie Jones
Link – John Woodnutt
Margaret – Veronica Strong
Mrs. Crabtree – Ruth Dunning

Matthew – Peter Demin

Sandra – Katharine Levy
Kevin – Darren Hatch
Jimmo – Gary Lock
Dr. Lyle – Richard Mathews
Miss Clegg – June Barrie
Browning – Hubert Tucker

Saturday, October 13, 2012

In Search of Saturdays


Welcome to “In Search of Saturdays" a weekly advertising space designed to help our members find those long lost movies, cartoons, TV shows, toys, games and anything else that we’ve all been looking for for a very long time.

The instructions are simple. Post your personal “looking for” list in the comments box. I encourage all of you to post what you’re looking for.

If you can’t remember the name of a show or toy that’s alright, post what you can remember and maybe someone here will be able to tell you what it is. Also please remember that if you are listing television shows or movies please let us know if you are looking to purchase these shows or if you just want to watch them online. Then we, the members of the group, will help try to help each other and go “in search of” those items for our fellow members.

A good places to start our searches is iOffer ( http://www.ioffer.com/ ) which, in my opinion, is better than eBay b/c you can find lots of shows there that you can’t find anywhere else.

My Want List
This is a list of the Classic Nickelodeon programs that I’m looking for to purchase. Please note that I am a private collector who does not copy and resell my collection. The videos and DVDs that I collect are for my own private viewing here in my home or my Mother’s house where I originally saw them. If you have any of these and would like to sell me copies – for my private viewing – please contact me at Peggy Sue    Also, IF you contact me via email PLEASE PUT THE NAME OF THE SHOW IN THE SUBJECT LINE. Thank you.


***** NON VIDEO ITEMS *****
Muppets Magazine 1982
People Magazine – recent issue – no date – Marc Summers’ article
Any 80’s women’s or children’s magazines ***NEW***
80’s TV Guides ***NEW***


REGULAR PROGRAMS

Dusty's Treehouse
Hocus Focus
Kids’ Writes
Livewire
Nick Rocks Video to Go
Pinwheel – more than just the 6 hrs that’s currently available
Science International (aka) What Will They Think of Next?
Spread Your Wings
Standby...Lights! Camera! Action!
Studio See


PINWHEEL CARTOONS

The Adventures of the Mole
Bunny in the Suitcase
Charlie's Climbing Tree
Emily (Emilie) (my favorite)
Hattytown Tales
Magic Coco
The Magic Roundabout


SPECIAL DELIVERY

Beware, Beware My Beauty Fair
Clarence & The Ottaway (staring Billy Hufsey)
Kids’ Writes
Silver City (The Righteous Apples special)

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Classic Nick Wed. 7 – Into the Labyrinth


To begin our look at the Third Eye series this week I will start with my least favorite show, it is also the show that I remember the least about so I am posting the Synopsis straight from Wikipedia, the free online encyclopedia.

Synopsis – 
The series was based around the struggle of two timeless, feuding sorcerers – the noble Rothgo (Ron Moody) and the evil Belor (Pamela Salem). Each determined to obtain possession of the Nidus, a magical object of limitless power. The Nidus actually belonged to Rothgo and was the source of his power, but it was stolen by Belor who used her own magic to send it through time and space so that Rothgo would not be able to find it. Without the power of the Nidus, Rothgo would ultimately die.

The first two seasons followed a group of modern-day children (Phil, Helen and Terry) who find Rothgo, almost lifeless, in a labyrinthine cave. Rothgo sends the children through different periods of time to search for the Nidus, which is disguised as a different object in each time period and can only be seen in reflection.

The children arrive at various points of history (the French Revolution, Ancient Greece, English Civil War, etc.), however their attempts are constantly thwarted by Belor who also appears in each time period, and who uses her magic to hurl the Nidus further through time to prevent Rothgo and the children from obtaining it (using her magical incantation, "I deny you the Nidus!" as a bolt of lightning emanates from her fingertips).

Belor cannot actually touch the Nidus whilst Rothgo still lives, and so she can only hope to deny him possession of the artifact until he eventually dies. At the end of the first series, the children locate the Nidus (now in the shape of a sword) and finally manage to outwit Belor and return the Nidus to Rothgo, leaving Belor defeated.


Video/DVD Release

The first series was released on VHS (on two cassettes) in the 1980's. Network DVD released the complete series in a three-disc DVD box set on the 14th July 2008.


CAST
Ron Moody – Rothgo  (1981)
Pamela Salem – Belor
Simon Beal – Phil
Lisa Turner – Helen  (1981)
Simon Henderson – Terry  (1981)
Chris Harris – Lazlo  (1982)
Howard Goorney – Bran  (1982)



Saturday, October 6, 2012

In Search of Saturdays



Welcome to “In Search of Saturdays" a weekly advertising space designed to help our members find those long lost movies, cartoons, TV shows, toys, games and anything else that we’ve all been looking for for a very long time.

The instructions are simple. Post your personal “looking for” list in the comments box. I encourage all of you to post what you’re looking for.

If you can’t remember the name of a show or toy that’s alright, post what you can remember and maybe someone here will be able to tell you what it is. Also please remember that if you are listing television shows or movies please let us know if you are looking to purchase these shows or if you just want to watch them online. Then we, the members of the group, will help try to help each other and go “in search of” those items for our fellow members.

A good places to start our searches is iOffer ( http://www.ioffer.com/ ) which, in my opinion, is better than eBay b/c you can find lots of shows there that you can’t find anywhere else.

My Want List
This is a list of the Classic Nickelodeon programs that I’m looking for to purchase. Please note that I am a private collector who does not copy and resell my collection. The videos and DVDs that I collect are for my own private viewing here in my home or my Mother’s house where I originally saw them. If you have any of these and would like to sell me copies – for my private viewing – please contact me at peggysueclay@hotmail.com     Also, IF you contact me via email PLEASE PUT THE NAME OF THE SHOW IN THE SUBJECT LINE. Thank you.


*****NEW ITEMS ADDED*****
Muppets Magazine 1982
People Magazine – recent issue – no date – Marc Summers’ article


REGULAR PROGRAMS

Dusty's Treehouse
Hocus Focus
Kids’ Writes
Livewire
Nick Rocks Video to Go
Pinwheel – more than just the 6 hrs that’s currently available
Science International (aka) What Will They Think of Next?
Spread Your Wings
Standby...Lights! Camera! Action!
Studio See


PINWHEEL CARTOONS

The Adventures of the Mole 
Bunny in the Suitcase
Charlie's Climbing Tree
Emily (Emilie) (my favorite)
Hattytown Tales
Magic Coco
The Magic Roundabout


SPECIAL DELIVERY

Beware, Beware My Beauty Fair
Clarence & The Ottaway (staring Billy Hufsey)
Kids’ Writes
Silver City (The Righteous Apples special)

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Classic Nick Wed.6 – The Third Eye



In the spirit of Halloween this month I will be focusing on the Nickelodeon anthology mini-series known collectively as “The Third Eye” which begin airing on Nickelodeon in January 1983.

This hodgepodge of mini foreign shows consisted of a variety of serials from the UK and New Zealand and included: "The Haunting of Cassie Palmer" (1982),  "Under The Mountain"(1981), "Children of the Stones" (1976), and "Into the Labyrinth" (1981).   Later “The Witches of Grinnygog” was added to this line up however it never aired in this collection and was shown later as a Special Delivery.

What made The Third Eye so unique was that it wasn’t silly, upbeat programs that kids were used to, these shows were.  They were live action, sci-fi / supernatural theme, their strange and somewhat their bizarre nature and unclear target audience made them something of a novelty that hasn't been seen since its time on the Nickelodeon Network. The unifying theme of the show (and hence the name of the title, and opening montage sequence) was that of children with psychic powers.

Before each episode an on-screen announcement would read the following statement: "The following is a science-fiction program, and may contain some startling scenes. This show is intended for older children."

Then we see a room of children all standing in a black room with thin light beams fanned out over the floor. As the camera moves through them we hear: "Somewhere in the crowd, sometimes you find someone very special. Someone who hears the unheard, someone who understands the mystery. Sometimes, there's someone who sees with the third eye!" At that point the camera would stop on a child in the back of the crowd with an eye on his forehead them a series of natural disasters flash by.

And while the person responsible for developing the series for Nickelodeon is unknown its loyal followers have never forgot this short series and still lives in their hearts even to this day, and I should know because I’m one of them.

Starting next week I will begin posting about each series in order from my least favorite right up to Halloween night where I will finish out with my favorite show in this series.

Happy Anniversary


Happy Anniversary to all of our October members.

2008
10-2-08 - superkc0
10-14-08 – redsox.baseball99
10-30-08 - brit_tvnut


2009
10-10-09 - stephaniels27
10-13-09 - telecaster_echo