Cool TV Video of the Day: Weinerville
Now that I’m an adult, I realize that 90s Nickelodeon shows were weird. While we can all look back and agree that Double Dare‘s Sundae Slide was odd, Weinerville manages to be even stranger than even the most outlandish Double Dare stunt.
Weinerville at its core was a bizarre puppet show. It featured things, such as a puppet who was manipulated by a hand in his head and human heads on puppet bodies. Also, there was the Golden Hot Dog, which was a prize for the winner of a stunt the participants performed while “Weinerized.” “Weinerizing” just meant that people were turned into puppets. Sixty-two episodes were filmed from 1993 and 1994; although, the show was rerun until 1997.
The following video is an episode that misses the classic cartoon shorts, such as Popeye the Sailor and Betty Boop, that were shuffled throughout the series’ run.
Posted on January 22, 2013, in Cable, Children's Television, Nickelodeon and tagged 90s television, betty boop, cartoon shorts, children's television, classic cartoon, comedy, golden hot dog, nickelodeon, popeye the sailor, puppet show, puppets, weinerize, weinerville. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.