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KIDS Inc. and the New Mickey Mouse Club

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    KIDS Inc. and the New Mickey Mouse Club

    Did anyone else ever watch KIDS Incorporated or the New Mickey Mouse Club? I loved those shows. I used to watch them every afternoon after school. I remember KIDS Inc. came on like sometime around 4:30 and the New Mickey Mouse Club came on right after that.

    I think it's time for someone to get a hold of the Disney Channel people and ask them to bring those two shows back.

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    Hi *Snowflake*

    I remember Kids Inc. I use to Love that show.

    "We're Kid Incorporated......K. I. D. S"..............

    Don't really remember the New Mickey Mouse Club, I remember the old one, thou
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    The New Mickey Mouse Club was when Justin Timberlake, J.C. Chasez, Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera got their big breaks.

    I see I have a twin on here.

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    WOW! That's some Mickey Mouse Club.

    Thanks for the info "twin"
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    I just happen to be one of the all time biggest Mickey Mouse Club fans out. I used to watch it religiously back in the 70s as a kid and had a huge crush on Kelly.

    But THAT was "The New Mickey Mouse Club"! The 80s version was "The All New Mickey Mouse Club". When this came on NZ TV in the 80s I thought WOW!! They're repeating the old 70s series. So I sat down to watch it just for a bit of a nostalgia trip. I was horrified to see it was a new series. But it grew on me and I actually watched it on a regular basis for a little while. (It was well done)

    Did you know that two of the 70s Mouseketeers went on to star in the sitcom "Facts of Life".

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    I used to watch Kids, Inc., but it came on late Saturdays for me.

    As for the Micky Mouse Club, there is only one, the original! I'm not slammin' anyone here, but it's the only one that counts in my book! I mean, who could beat "The Adventures of Spin & Marty"!!
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    Originally posted by Trixter
    I used to watch Kids, Inc., but it came on late Saturdays for me.

    As for the Micky Mouse Club, there is only one, the original! I'm not slammin' anyone here, but it's the only one that counts in my book! I mean, who could beat "The Adventures of Spin & Marty"!!
    No offense to any fans of "The New Mickey Mouse Club", but I have to agree with Trixter -- the original was the best! I used to stay with my grandparents every summer and it used to come on late at night, so I'd watch those old episodes.

    I always watched "Kids, Inc" on Sunday mornings, and I loved it. Had myself a little crush on Riley. I used to get up and try to dance like them.
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    I was into the 70s version of NMMC... that's where I got my first set of "ears"! Here's a funky fan site

    http://members.tripod.com/~newmickeymouseclub/
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    Hey great MaryC thanks for the link! What a nostalgia trip. I've never seen that particular site. Great to see what they all look like now.

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    I never watched any version of MMC, but I do remember watching Kids Incorporated. I watched Nickolodeon more though.
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    Originally posted by Christine
    I never watched any version of MMC, but I do remember watching Kids Incorporated. I watched Nickolodeon more though.
    Same here, Nickolodeon was the best.
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    The first Mickey Mouse Club was the best......

    Come along and sing our song and join our family.....

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    Mickey Mouse...(donald duck)......... those were the days. *sigh*
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    Some people here say they like the original Mickey Mouse Club best, but wasn't that a 60s program? I would have thought most of us here would have been too young to have ever watched that one.

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    i so remember those shows. i use to watch them all the time. i agree with you disney needs to put the mickey mouse club and kids incoporated back on the air.

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    I watched Kids, Inc. every now and then, and the New Mickey Mouse clube, the late 70's incarnation. They were pretty good, but give me "Zoom" anyday!
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    I watched Kids, Inc. all the time. I loooooved it! I used to get up every Saturday morning to watch it. And I also watched the mid-80's version of the Mickey Mouse club.
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    OMG, you are sooo preaching to the choir! I absolutely loved both of those shows! To tell the truth, though, I was a KIDS Incorporated kid more than the MMC. I absolutely loved that show and still watch it on video all the time. I have a bunch of Kids Inc. eps I watch over, and over, and over.

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    Re: KIDS Inc. and the New Mickey Mouse Club

    I watched both shows religiously!! I was more of a Kids Incorporated fan,watching it every weekday on Disney!

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    Re: KIDS Inc. and the New Mickey Mouse Club

    Please tell me someone else has as much of a crush on Ryan Lambert from Kids Incorporated as I do!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a25YKT4Z6pE
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    I watched the ORIGINAL mickey mouse club but i dont think i watched THE NEW ONE..

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