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Rocko's Modern Life, Best of Vol. 1TV-Y7Closed Captioning

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Check out 12 hilarious episodes of life in the loony lane with Rocko and his pals. Tag along on to a carnival at the sewage treatment plant… help retrieve Spunky from the jaws of a pelican… comfort Heffer when he discovers the wolves who raised him aren’t his natural parents… battle Bloaty the Tick and Squirmy the ringworm… and spend a day at the DMV (always a good time!). You’ll also get to see the O Town Zeroes, hitters of more foul balls than any other team, in action, a popcorn machine gone wild, and Rocko’s first credti card shopping spree! It’s not only modern life, it’s hilarious, too!

Customer Reviews

FINALLY! Another classic!

Rocko's Modern Life is one of the best and funniest show to air on old Nickelodeon. It's great that iTunes added it. Watching it is just pure nostalgia for a time when cartoons were much, much better. It was created by Joe Murray that aired for four seasons from 1993 to 1996. The show was based around the surreal, parodic adventures of an anthropomorphic wallaby named Rocko, and his life in the city of O-Town. It's full of double entendres, sexual innuendos, and social commentary, (some of which have been edited in rebroadcasts). So if you were a kid when you watched it, it will be funny to watch it again and notice all the stuff you probably missed due to your innocence haha. Rocko's Modern Life ended production in 1996. Rocko's Modern Life ended its run on television in 2008 when Nickelodeon removed the show from their Nicktoon Network to replace it with newer nicktoons. I was bummed that Nicktoon's Network turned from a place that showed all the awesome classics to a place that has all the new lame stuff. But it's great that iTunes finally has shows like this. Nickelodeon is very foolish for not releasing DVD's of stuff like Rocko years ago, but at least now fans will be able to watch what they loved.


well, it's about time! i loved this show when i was a kid. i grew up with it. now, it's (sort of) available! all-in-all, there's 14 (fourteen) "sketches", for a total of 7 (seven) episodes. (the other one is under "Nick Rewind", Rocko fans!) thank you, iTunes! i hope to see more!

About Freakin' Time

This is probably one of Nickelodeon's most defining shows, and it's a darn shame that you can't find it on DVD or the internet, but now... iTunes has stepped up and made a difference. "YES!!"