Nick at Nite Originals

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Descriptions by
AsdfTheRevival2, Shadeed A. Kelly, and Pav123

Captures by
AsdfTheRevival2 and Logophile

1st Logo (July 19, 1991-1992)

Logo: On an orange background, we see a yellow crown with the aquamarine words "NICK" and "NITE" on it, and a white circle with "at" on it between the 2 "I"s. The copyright stamp "Copyright [YEAR] MTV Networks" is seen below.

Technique: None.

Music/Sounds: A female choir singing "Honey honey honey honey hoooneeeey!" ending in a two-note bell ring, followed by a drum roll near the end.

Availability: Extinct. Only seen on the short-lived Nick at Nite original sitcom Hi Honey, I'm Home which last aired on Nickelodeon in Summer 1999 during the "Nick Knew Them When" marathon, which aired as part of its 20th Anniversary celebrations.

2nd Logo (2004-2006)

Logo: On a blue background with several light blue circles, we see two thick transparent lines criss-cross across the screen and intersect in the middle, with the word " ORIGINALS" in dark blue on each one. The Nick@Nite logo of the era appears on the top left corner of the screen. The copyright stamp is seen below.

Variant: At the beginning of Nick@Nite series' episodes on iTunes, the copyright stamp is omitted.

Technique: The lines crossing, the Nick@Nite logo appearing.

Music/Sounds: The closing theme of the show or a techno theme.

Availability: Rare. Seen on Fatherhood and Hi-Jinks (currently unavailable on TV); however, both shows are available on iTunes and retain this logo.

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