The Adventures of Pete & Pete
Being a teenager can really suck. You're at the cusp of having to make major life decisions about college and possibly moving away from home. There's the stress of school and various personal and social milestones. Hormones are zinging around everywhere. And for eight hours a day, five days a week you're crammed together with tons of other people going through the same thing. Some people handle it more gracefully than others, though. Well, some fictional characters do, anyway. To that end, here are 9 Female Characters We Wish We'd Been More Like In High School. Sometimes it's their attitude we admire, other times it's their resilience or their morals or just the circumstances of their lives. Regardless, these are some pretty awesome teens.
Our Adorable PastI didn't immediately recognize which Nickelodeon show Nicole Gustafsson intended to show here... until I read the title of the piece, "Seeking the Neematoad" and noticed that one of those tiny figures is wearing a green sweater vest. It's Doug! It's the shizNICK opens this Friday in Los Angeles, but if you, like most people, aren't going to be around (you know, you're a busy person) you can see a bit of the art from it right here.
The Adventures of Pete & Pete 20th Anniversary Reunion from Michael C MaronnaThe Adventures of Pete & Pete is one of the greatest achievements in the history of television. To celebrate 20th anniversary of the show, the cast has been making some public appearances together. This Funny or Die video shows catches up with the Petes, Endless Mike, Artie the Strongest Man in the World, and Mr. Tasty. It also has Paul F. Tompkins, and a special appearance by Polaris singer Mark Mulcahy. If anyone needs me I'll be reliving my childhood with some Pete & Pete DVDs.