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1989 Total Slimings: 73
Total Waterings: 48
Total Pies: 15
1989 welcomed an entirely new generation of kids, who replaced almost all of the kids from the previous generation. The only returning regulars were Andrea Byrne and Amyas Godfrey, who both departed after this season. James Tung and Rekha Shah also returned but never made regular status, appearing in only two and four episodes respectively. Chris Bickford was the show's new official host.

Despite the new cast, old faces were abound with on-screen guest appearances by Alasdair Gillis, Kevin Kubusheskie, Vanessa Lindores, Christine McGlade, Doug Ptolemy, and Adam Reid. Adam Reid was also a writer this season and Kevin Kubusheskie took on a producer role.

This season was almost recorded at Nickelodeon Studios in Orlando, Florida. A last-minute decision kept the production in Canada but not before a replica of the link set was built in Florida.

Episode Guide
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115 Choice
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116 Chores
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117 Communication
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118 Fitness
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119 Malfunctions
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120 Cleanliness
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121 Security
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122 Pollution
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123 Fantasies
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124 Time
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125 Mistakes
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126 Punishment
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127 Beliefs
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128 Age
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129 Excess
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130 Looking Cool
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131 Losing Things
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132 Failure
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133 First Times
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134 Celebrations
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135 Effort
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136 Sports
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137 Smoking
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138 Generosity
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139 Embarassment
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SP-2 The Worst of You Can't Do That On Television
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Choice
Ted must choose whether or not to tell Chris about being turned down for a big budget Hollywood production.
Chores
Ross tricks the kids into cleaning up around the set by making the chores a part of the sketches.
Communication
The communications satellites that transmit the show are malfunctioning as an alien spaceship travels to Earth so its occupant can meet Green Slime (who is taken back to the alien's planet in the touching final scene).
Fitness
While the show is about fitness, the links are mostly about Kevin Ward writing most of the script for this particular episode.
Malfunctions
Ted's "ugliness" breaks every camera in the studio (more than once).
Cleanliness
Ross decides to clean the image of the show by making the gang wear sailor suits because of an expected visit from a member of the Senate's Committee to Clean Television ... but all she wanted was for someone to clean the camera lenses.
Security
The gang has to take martial arts classes, but because of the low budget of the show, they have to teach themselves.
Pollution
In this heart-warming episode, the gang takes a look at pollution and all the damage it causes to our Mother Earth.
Fantasies
The entire show is like one big opposite sketch. Everyone's fantasies have come true, and Ross plans to surprise the producer's daughter with a box that grants wishes.
Time
In order to make more cash, the show's producers decide to make the show in black & white (even the slime was black & white).
Mistakes
The gang looks at the mistakes kids make and even Ross is guilty of his own mistake.
Punishment
To punish the gang for their lousy acting, a different person gets slimed during each link to give the audience what they really want to see.
Beliefs
In this episode, the gang discuss what people believe in and whether or not their beliefs are reality or fantasy.
Age
Because the Adoption episode was banned, Ross takes unemployed Vanessa off the street and back onto the set.
Excess
Too many kids. Too much wardrobe. Too much slime. Too much wa... well, you get the idea! The gang looks at the wonderful world of excess.
Looking Cool
The right clothes. The right friends. The right toys. Getting slimed ... getting slimed? If it makes them cool, these guys will try just about anything!
Losing Things
After Chris loses his leather jacket and Nick loses a studio camera he borrowed from Ross, Nick goes on an all out search to find the missing items.
Failure
Because of Ross' failure to show up to work, the kids have to put the show together themselves.
First Times
Ross attempts to liven up the show by trying to be the first show to be broadcast in various settings.
Celebrations
After getting the consent of each country that carries the show, Ross decides that today every scene from the link set will depict one of the different country's style of celebrating, complete with the particular country's wardrobe and food.
Effort
Nick unsuccessfully makes an effort to remember his name. Sariya unsuccessfully makes an effort not to get slime and water dumped on her adult hairstyle.
Sports
Due to being in charge of sports props, Ross gets Chris blown up by having him light a gas grill with the "eternal flame", gives Carlos athlete's foot via special effects, and scams the kids out of their money with a "test your strength machine" from the carnival.
Smoking
In this second look at smoking, the gang think that green slime is *really* the mucus from smokers' lungs.
Generosity
With generosity in the air, Chris lets Patrick do the introduction in an effort to get him slimed, the producer gives Jill all of Ted's close-ups and more giving ensues.
Embarassment
In an attempt to embarrass the kids, Ross invites their parents to the studio.
The Worst of You Can't Do That On Television
Chris, Christian, and Jennifer host a restrospective look at the past ten years of the show.