Picks and Pans Review: Don't Just Sit There
Every other adult in America has a talk show, so why not kids? Nickelodeon gives four kids a chance to interview stars (like Mr. Belvedere's Christopher Hewitt) and to have fun with the studio audience (playing games of telephone or Simon says). The young hosts are self-assured and charming; they are better at this game than Joan Rivers was. The problem is, the show looks a bit too much like an adult's view of what a kids' show should be, like a junior high talent show put on by a bossy teacher. It's not as outrageous as Nickelodeon's Double Dare. It needs to get down and get dirty.