An improv sketch comedy that resembles a classic Nickelodeon game show, and also resembling a kids version of "Who's Line Is It Anyway?". It features an ensemble cast of eight performers: four boys, four girls, with 2 sitting out in each episode. One boy and one girl sits out in each episode which means that three boys and three girls compete. The performers rotate in many ways. Each team has three members and there is a red team and a blue team. The performers rotate in participation altogether and they also rotate in which team they compete in. The "Suggestion and Idea Distributor", (aka "SID") is a computer that reads all the ideas submitted by members of Noggin.com at the time the show aired. They perform various segments and competitions. SID is voiced by producer Karen Fowler, with host Jonathan F. McClain (credited as Jonathan F. McClain, and introduced by SID as Jonathan McClain) A home viewer (registered at Noggin.com) wins a small electronic prize. The cast competes with each other over a Golden rubbber chicken trophy. Sometimes an audience member acts as a contestant with the performers acting as a celebrity panel. The votes to determine the winning team are decided by the audience by each person holding up a Sponk Paddle, or "Spaddle", which has a red side and a blue side. The cast members are very memorable on this program because it has only aired for one season, meaning that they are the only cast members. (It is uncertain if they would have been replaced each year if the show was on longer, or if we would have gotten to watch the same ensemble cast grow) The cast members got along with each other flawlessly, and they have pursued small acting careers. Find out what they have done since then by clicking on their guides on TVRage.
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