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'''''Nickelodeon Splat!''''' was a game show that aired in the Summer of 2004 on Nickelodeon. When on, it was aired live and during commercial breaks between Nickelodeon shows. The contestants of the show were divided into colors (based on their months of birth) which included The Green Team, The Yellow Team, and The Red Team. The audience was part of the show as well, as the winning team at the end of each episode and their captain would slime specific areas of seating.
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'''''Nickelodeon Splat!''''' was a game show that aired in the Summer of 2004 on Nickelodeon, airing live as a programming block between shows. The contestants of the show were divided into colors (based on their months of birth) which included The Green Team, The Yellow Team, and The Red Team.<ref>[https://web.archive.org/web/20050612090908/http://www.nick.com/all_nick/specials/splat/ Official Nickelodeon page for the show.] Retrieved 18 Dec '17.</ref> The audience was part of the show as well,<ref>[https://www.awn.com/animationworld/air-online-and-back-again Animation World Network article mentioning interactive aspects of Nickelodeon Splat!] Retrieved 18 Dec '17.</ref> as the winning team at the end of each episode and their captain would slime specific areas of seating.<ref>[http://jacksonville.com/tu-online/stories/092904/dsr_16762072.shtml#.Wjgl5tWnHrc Article from the Florida-Times Union on the show.] Retrieved 18 Dec '17.</ref>
  
 
Actual contestants performed funny tasks in order to win prizes; an unknown prize was won at the end of the series as The Yellow Team held the series winning score.
 
Actual contestants performed funny tasks in order to win prizes; an unknown prize was won at the end of the series as The Yellow Team held the series winning score.
  
Since its airing, it has become particularly notable for being the very final program to be taped at the Nickelodeon Studios in Orlando, Florida before its closure months later on April 30th, 2005.
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Since its airing, it has become particularly notable for being the very final program to be taped at the Nickelodeon Studios in Orlando, Florida before its closure months later on April 30th, 2005.<ref>[https://orlandoinformer.com/2013/nickelodeon-studios-at-universal-orlando-history-and-hopes/ Article on the closing of Nickelodeon Studios, mentioning the show.] Retrieved 18 Dec '17.</ref>
  
A clip montage of Austin Scott and a reel of the show are the only available videos of this series, which can be seen on this page.
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A clip montage of Austin Scott and a reel of the show are the only available videos of this series.
  
 
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Nickelodeon Splat! was a game show that aired in the Summer of 2004 on Nickelodeon, airing live as a programming block between shows. The contestants of the show were divided into colors (based on their months of birth) which included The Green Team, The Yellow Team, and The Red Team.[1] The audience was part of the show as well,[2] as the winning team at the end of each episode and their captain would slime specific areas of seating.[3]

Actual contestants performed funny tasks in order to win prizes; an unknown prize was won at the end of the series as The Yellow Team held the series winning score.

Since its airing, it has become particularly notable for being the very final program to be taped at the Nickelodeon Studios in Orlando, Florida before its closure months later on April 30th, 2005.[4]

A clip montage of Austin Scott and a reel of the show are the only available videos of this series.

Videos

Footage from the series.
More footage.

References