Nickelodeon Splat!

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Nickelodeon Splat!
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Genre Game show
Created by various
Developed by Kevin Weist
Presented by Rahman Johnson
Theme music composer Wade Tonken
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
Production
Executive producer(s) Richard Barry
Producer(s) Jason Harper
Running time 120 (including commercials)
Broadcast
Original channel Nickelodeon
Original run March 7, 2004 (2004-03-07) – October 2, 2004 (2004-10-02)
Chronology
Preceded by Slime Time Live
Followed by Friday Night Slimetime
Related shows Nick in the Afternoon
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"Splat!" redirects here. For the RF signal tool, see SPLAT!.

Nickelodeon Splat! is a television block on Nickelodeon. It aired live every weekday in the summer of 2004, during commercial breaks between Nickelodeon shows on the early evening programming block. It was a game show, with teams divided into three colors (green, yellow and red, which were determined by the birthmonths of the contestants). The teams, made up of audience members and park guests age 7 to 16 taken from the Universal Studios Florida theme park (as were all Nick game show contestants), would have to perform silly humorous tasks to earn prizes. At the end of each show one team would win, and the team along with its captain and respective portion of the studio audience (who were assigned to certain colors based on seating, rather than being allowed to choose for themselves) would be blasted with the network's trademark slime. An ongoing score was also kept, and at the end of the series, the yellow team had won.

The show was canceled in October 2004. It was the final program to be taped at Nickelodeon Studios, as the studio closed less than a year after the final taping.

Other Media Appearances[edit]

A clip from the show was once shown on VH1's Best Week Ever.