Don't Just Sit There

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Don't Just Sit There is a television show on Nickelodeon that first aired in 1988 and lasted for three seasons. The show was a talk show mixed with a comedy sketches. Segments included making food or taking things apart such as a Nintendo. The basic concept of the show was to give kids ideas for different things they could do rather than just sitting and watching TV, hence the title. Out of Order was the house band on the series, they would later get to sing on the show as well as participate in sketches.

The show had guests like Davy Jones, Mayim Bialik, Lou Diamond Phillips, Tami Erin, Michael Palin, William Shatner, "Weird Al" Yankovic, New Kids on the Block, and even Robert Englund wearing his Freddy Krueger make-up and costume. One of the first musical guests on the show was the ska band Fishbone.

Chris Guice, bass player and lead singer for Out of Order, now plays with nationally touring Latin rock act deSoL.

Mike Baldwin, drummer for Out of Order, now plays with Richmond-based Irish rock band The Havers.

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