In 1992, Nickelodeon got together with the Kids World Council (also known as “minors who were allowed to call in and vote”) to decide what was most important to kids at the time. Then they assembled those items, put them in a big orange time capsule, and buried it in front of Nickelodeon Studios in Universal Studios. Here’s a list of everything inside:
Home Alone and Back to the Future on VHS.
Please Hammer, Don’t Hurt ‘Em by MC Hammer and Michael Jackson’s Dangerous album.
This issue of TV Guide
Featuring a self-described “insane” Burt Reynolds
A Barbie doll (not this one)
A piece of the Berlin Wall
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