In a younger, simpler time, people who were born in the late 80s and early 90s could plop down in front of the TV and watch some good quality Nickelodeon shows. Between the cartoons (“Rocko’s Modern Life,” “Aaah, Real Monsters!” and “Ren and Stimpy”) and between the sketch comedy styles of “All That,” there was “My Brother and Me,” the first Nickelodeon scripted show that had a majority black cast.
Even though the show aired for only 13 episodes, it still holds a special place in its old viewers’ hearts. Wanna know where these stars are now? Don’t hold your breath! Just pour yourself some Goo Punch and get ready to click!
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