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Song Parodies -> "Nickelodeon Idiot 09: Extraordinary Shows"

Original Song Title:

"Extraordinary Girl"

Original Performer:

Green Day

Parody Song Title:

"Nickelodeon Idiot 09: Extraordinary Shows"

Parody Written by:

Chris Bodily TM

The Lyrics

That's right... I'm already on Number Nine. I can't believe I only have four more left. When we last left our heroes, Snicky and Mike, assisted by local New York City punks, vandalized Nickelodeon's office at 1515 Broadway and started bonfires; they burned Spongebob, Fairly Oddparents, Danny Phantom, Avatar, Martin Mystery, etc., merchandise and tie-ins in protest of the current generation of Nick. This stunt got Mike fired from Nickelodeon, and Richard Vernon has threatened to call the police if he ever sees those two again. Right now, the punks are calling it a night and Mike is dropping Snicky off at his motel and then heading home for the night.
[Ten hours have passed since that afternoon of bonfires, graffiti, and vandalism. The punks have all been chanting such things as the theme from Salute Your Shorts ("Camp Anawana, we hold you in our hearts"), "I'm a dude, he's a dude, she's a dude, 'cause we're all dudes, hey!", the theme from The Adventures of Pete & Pete, the theme from All That, various quotes from various Nick shows, "I don't know!", various French sayings that Kenan used to say in his Pierre Escargot sketch on All That (then translating them into English), "Happy Happy Joy Joy," and re-enactments of classic Nickelodeon moments/shows. The punks are starting to get tired and lose their voices. Snicky had gotten a pop from a vending machine three hours ago, and it has started to lose its flavor, so he majestically pours the spoiled soda pop onto the dying bonfire. The punks give Snicky a standing ovation as the flames die out.]

"I'm hungry... (long pause) Let's go home, eat something, go to bed... (Long pause) As for me, I've got a hankering for some cheeseburgers from McDonald's. And besides... They're the only ones open this late."

"I'll ride you over to Mickey's. I'm starting to get a little hungry myself. I haven't eaten anything in, like.... sh**. I guess I let Father Time get the best of me."

[Mike hops onto the Harley, followed by Snicky and they start riding away.]

"Why did Herb Scannell terminate you anyway? You were always everybody's favorite incarnation of Nickelodeon: Great shows, a wide variety of programs, All That with Kenan & Kel on it, Kenan & Kel were the Kenan & Kel of Present Day...

[Awkward pause.]

"Scannel hated me... He had been trying to 'kill me off' since the day he was promoted to President of Nickelodeon. When I was fired.... I couldn't eat, I couldn't sleep. I could never keep a steady job. I was living off unemployment checks until the Nick Gas and Nicktoons channels were created, and later when the Nick Rewind was released. But it's hard to submit an application that states: "Last Name -- Lodeon, First Name -- Nick, Middle Initial -- A" or any variation thereof..."

[Long pause. Snicky breaks down in tears.]

[The song begins.]

(Very strange intro)

**Snicky singing**
These were extraordinary shows
Nick has turned into our foes
Way back when, they had an array

She could transform into a blob
Thanks to CG One Six One
She can move things in her mind [1]

Damned Nickelodeon
Put another show to death
Respected the finale
Exposed her secret proudly [1]

(Brief break)

He was transformed into a dog
By the drifter, Richard Moll
To learn the error of his ways [2]

They were a cast of seven kids
Who did many classic skits
On the show they called "All That"

Damned Nickelodeon
Put another show to death
Recast the show unjustly
Kenan could act robustly

(Guitar solo)

Damned Nickelodeon
Put another show to death
So glad it's Danny Phantom
And not Fair-LEE OddParents
Don't cancel All That just yet
Write new scripts with the Old Cast

These were extraordinary shows
Were extraordinary shows
Were extraordinary shows
Were extraordinary shows
Footnotes/Nick show references: [1] The Secret World of Alex Mack -- [2] 100 Deeds for Eddie McDowd

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Stephen Harrington - March 30, 2006 - Report this comment
Although I only understand part of the references, I'm giving you 5s for this, you put alot of good work and dialogue into this parody. Very good.

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