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    It was one of my favorite shows. For the fashion in my opinion, Roger Klotz looks 80s, and Skeeter looks very 90s.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zissCG1kMPM
    Roger Klotz looks very 80s in this video with his big hair.

    http://retro80skid.files.wordpress.com/2011/04/skeeter01.jpg?w=640
    Skeeter looks very 90s, doesn't he?
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      I remember Doug. It was a good show.
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        Oh, you mean that cartoon from early 90's Nickelodeon? Why, yes.
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          I liked it before it became Disney's Doug. It was a bit of a typical plot but I enjoyed it. Especially the Quayleman Comics.
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            I used to watch the Nickelodeon episodes back in the 90s. I never really watched the Disney ones.
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              Casey_Jones wrote:
              I liked it before it became Disney's Doug. It was a bit of a typical plot but I enjoyed it. Especially the Quayleman Comics.


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                Yeah I remember watching that when I was a little kid, that was one of my favorite shows back then.
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                  Of course who can forget Doug. Doug was fun to watch back when Nick was great especially on Saturdays afternoons.
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                    I loved Doug. I had fond memories of watching it but I think I really got into the show back in 1999 and 2000 when I was in middle school. I would come home after school around the time when Doug was airing so it was perfect timing.
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                      The Nostalgia Critic remembers Doug, and he hated it.
                      So you're gonna get in my face...BETTER BE READY TO BACK IT UP!

                      I'm a bitch who likes sirloin.

                      Come at me, bro.
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                        I loved Doug as a kid. I wrote an article here on Retro Junk of what I think of the show as a whole, if you would like to check it out.
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                          I started really getting into Doug when I was in middle school in 1998-2000 because I always wanted my life to be as pleasant as his. The same goes for Arthur. I kind of lived vicariously through tv shows because I wanted a family life like theirs. The mother was always nice and knew how to treat the children according to their personalities. TV mothers were so different from my own mother.
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                            One of my favorite characters is Skeeter's dad, who uh...uh...always forget stuff! Yeah, that's it!
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