Where Are They Now? Stars of Clarissa Explains It All

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March 26, 2013 ‐ By Ashley Page
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Children of the ’80s and the ’90s should know all about “Clarissa Explains It All,” the show that was centered-around Clarissa Darling and all of her life happenings, including school, puberty, boys, and so on.. The show first aired on March 23, 1991 and ran until December 3, 1994, airing a total of 65 episodes. With the show having been off the air for almost 20 years, it’s definitely time for an update on the cast.

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  • pickneychile

    There should have been a then and now comparison because the people towards the end of the slides I didn’t even recognize/remember from the show. This show brings me back to when I used to lay on the living room floor back when my family only had one tv, and beat the summer heat with the fan blowing on me. I loved Nickelodeon back then! But I tried watching this when they brought 90s Nick back last summer and it was so lame. I’ll stick with the memory!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000709864513 Michelle Kirkwood

    Wow—-I remember watching and liking this show on Nickelodeon because it was a smart show/actually seemed to have some thought put into it,and also because my sister was six or seven at the time,so I ended up watching a lot of kiddie shows with her. The two main shows me, my stepdad, and my sister liked were Ren & Stimpy, because it was so damn weird as hell/funny and Rugrats,because it was so cute/goofy/and sometimes funny. Didn’t know anybody actually remembered this show,though. Talk about a little trip down memory lane though—thanks!

  • guest510

    This just took me back! Oh how I miss the 90s *currently singing the theme song*

  • clove8canela

    I LOVED this show. I even bought the book & read it until the cover fell off. Sigh…Nickelodeon had such gems back then.