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As the ancient Hawaiians used to say

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Tito Makani Enamel Pin | Etsy

"SOMETIMES A LITTLE BIT OF NOTHING MEANS A WHOLE LOT OF SOMETHING" Tito From Rocket Power, Get every ones favorite uncle and put him on your vest!

All Of Tito's Ancient Hawaiian Sayings, Ranked By Usefulness

As the ancient Hawaiians used to say:

All Of Tito's Ancient Hawaiian Sayings, Ranked By Usefulness

As the ancient Hawaiians used to say:

Rocket Power, 1999-2004

This show was kind of weird, but you still tuned in because the alternative, was like, cleaning your room.

Shows - Nickelodeon Animation

Go behind the scenes and see the creative culture at the Nickelodeon Animation Studio.

The 30 best 90s cartoons you wish your kids knew

These occasionally (who are we kidding…often) eccentric ’90s cartoons still hold a place in our hearts!

Rocket Power: Movies & TV

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Otto Rocket

Otto Rocket is the lead character on Rocket Power. Voiced in English by Joseph Ashton, Otto is an 11-year-old boy living in Ocean Shores with his older sister Reggie and widowed father Raymundo. He is a skilled, prodigious, and highly competitive athlete who has won numerous competitions in surfing, skateboarding, and snowboarding; He's also very handy with a bicycle, with rollerblades, and is captain of the local youth league street hockey team that he shares with Reggie, his best friend…

10 Best Nickelodeon Cartoons of the '90s

Enjoy a slideshow of the best Nickelodeon cartoons from the '90s, from 'Ren & Stimpy' to 'SpongeBob SquarePants.'

FILM: The Ten TV Shows You've Probably Forgotten About

Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network and Disney Channel pretty much epitomize all of our childhoods. But, how many shows do you actually remember?