I'm making this thread since of out of all the media on the wiki, these fascinate me the most. (Hell, that's how I found the wiki) Anyway, the topic of this thread is lost Nickelodeon Game Show Pilots filmed at Nickelodeon Studios Florida throughout it's 15 year run. I created one single topic because all the pilots seem to just fall down the same hole. Now that the ADWSS search is starting to wind down, I figure now would be the best time to create this, get more people, have a really bigger chance of these getting found. Thanks!
PILOTS CURRENTLY LOST:
Morph Sports Slime Survivor I Don't Think So Tooned In! Figure it Out Who Knew? Go For It Humungous/Colossal Humungous Camp Nick Generation Gap PILOTS LOST, BUT NOT ON WIKI
Nick Arcade (There were 3 pilots, only one has surfaced to this day)
EDIT: 4/9/2017: Added Camp Nick and Generation Gap, Also added an alternate name for Humungous. EDIT 6/18/2017: Moved Pilots now on wiki to the normal list.
I'll add Splat if you would like, but Me and My Friends isn't a game show, this is for specifically game shows, and the one for ABC was called Real Mature. It's been on Youtube for a while now, but Real Mature was a sketch comedy. www.youtube.com/watch?v=FTLxQsrZg78
Post by Rudy Tabootie on Aug 10, 2016 13:24:28 GMT
Bump, And since now 2/3 of the LMW "Biggies" are done (A Day With Spongebob and Electric Piper, the other biggie is the Chubbuck tape), I figure that we try to find some of these pilots, and no better time like the present to find these (Hey, we found 2 Nickelodeon related things already, might as well keep in LMW tradition)!
I did find a website that is in relation to producing Go For it and Humongous. Her name is Chris Woods, and she is the supposed producer of these two.
Thanks for making a mention of those two also, Meatloaf. Kinda were hard to spot.
I honestly think there is more to that video since at those time stamps you listed before, they make mention of other shows predating the content shown like Family Double Dare, Get the Picture and Clarissa Explains it All.
Notice the Bucket/cylinder like structures. It appears they were given Red/Blue metal frames in the final product.
Also note what appear to be pans on the re-used Double Dare tables. It appears they re-used a lot of Double Dare assets. (Around this time It wasn't uncommon for NSF to re-use old assets, Look at the physical challenges from Slime Time Live, Heck the 2002 version of Beat the Clock had re-used the human hamster wheel from Double Dare
Post by meatloafsandwich96 on Jun 19, 2017 0:14:57 GMT
I saw that video a couple weeks ago and thought the same thing. I think that it could've been Who Knew? since earlier in the video, there was a sign shown on the tour that said "Now Filming: New Show Pilot" or something like that. So it definitely could've been the case.
Also, I agree that the NSF 10th Anniversary video is incomplete. I remember the first time I watched it, I thought it was odd that it started at 1993/1994
Post by Rudy Tabootie on Jun 19, 2017 10:01:10 GMT
The ground does kind of look out of place. I almost want to say it's the ground from Me and My Friends... It looks like a grassy area. I dunno if they were trying to get Who Knew's props in the building or they were just lazy or who knows what.
Unless they have a convincing explanation as to why, the claim is bogus. It's rare that "legal things are preventing me from showing this" is true. One was Cracks, where Jon Armond signed a NDA. I'm actually working with an unrelated case of this now; we're trying to locate people to clear the rights, but our source has provided us with much information we didn't have before.
Post by Rudy Tabootie on Sept 15, 2017 2:04:12 GMT
Bumpity Bump Bump. Something tells me that Scooter may be some kind of pilot for Cousin Skeeter, but judging from the timeline of where the pilot would be made (unless they resurrected the idea a handful of years after the pilot was made) I may be wrong.