Nick Brew - A CGI head drinks something out of a Nickelodeon teacup through his nose. His head becomes transparent revealing 3 Nickelodeon fish in his head. This bumper was used from 1986 to 1992.
Dino Bop - Features 3 singing brontosauruses wearing green neckties doo-woping along with various other dinosaurs. A Nickelodeon volcano appears at the end. This bumper was used from 1988 to 1993.
Spelling Bee - Features 3 girls spelling Nickelodeon in jumbled ways before getting it right. There were two variants; each with a different background. This bumper was used from 1992 to 1999.
Main Course - Features a waiter lifting up a dish's lid to reveal strange different courses, including an Eskimo fishing while singing, a hippo eating grass, and a singing Viking before dropping a Nickelodeon anvil on the dish. This was used from 1986 to 1993. But reappeared on the 90s Are All That block in 2011.
Barks - Features various dogs barking, ending with a pack of Nickelodeon wolves. Nickelodeon UK & Germany used to use this ident to sign off every night. On Nickelodeon US, it's an everyday bumper used from 1988 to 1995.
Waiting for You - Featuring fish singing on a stage. This was used from 1986 to 1993.
Doo-wop-a-saurus - Once again, features singing dinosaurs, but this time with blue shoes and without neckties. The dinosaurs find a little Nickelodeon tree, and a dinosaur puts on Nickelodeon sunglasses at the end. It was used from 1987 to 1993.
Pinchface - Features a flying glasses-wearing face with dentures singing "Nickelodeon!"in a small room while fists with straw hats and faces says "Nick-nick-nick-nick-nick-nick!". It was used from 1992 to 1998, but made a surprise reappearance in 2011 on The 90s Are All That block.
Nickelodeon: Take 50 - Behind the scenes of various movie sets, including a car about to go into a Nickelodeon tunnel. This was used from 1985 to 1992.
Movie Star - Features the letters which spell out Nickelodeon on a Nickelodeon logo sneaking out of a dressing room before getting caught. This was used from 1985 to 1992.
Plug - Features a man pulling a plug and either meeting a Nickelodeon octopus, being turned upside-down, or finding a giant Nickelodeon boat. This was used from 1987 to 1992.
Skating - Features the letters which spell out Nickelodeon at a roller skating rink and sticking to the wall. This was used from 1986 to 1993.
Worm Feast - Features claymation worms dancing over a Nickelodeon logo and eating it. This was used from 1987 to 1992.
Flipbook: Features a boy getting flipped by a book, losing his Nickelodeon hat which turns into an airplane and a tree, before getting it back. This was used from 1987 to 1992.
Flying TV Monster: Features a boy riding a monster after he jumps into his TV. This bumper was used from 1986 to 1992.
Apple Worms: Features singing worms in an apple. This was used from 1987 to 1994.
Origami: Also hard to explain, has hands making things out of paper while sound effects play to the corresponding item and at the end a man says "Nick(pause)elodeon!" and then the hands crumple up all the papers.
Barnyard: Has various kids singing "Nick nick nick nick na-nick nick nick, Nickelodeon! Nick Is Kids!" while we see a set of barnyard models. It was used from 1992 to 1998.
Easy Groove: Three guys sing Nickelodeon doo-wop next to a Nickelodeon billboard while construction workers repeatedly change the Nickelodeon logo to various shapes. This bumper was used from 1987 to 1993.
Song Montage: Features many characters from 80s and 90s ID's, with the three guys from the Easy Groove ID singing the Nickelodeon jingle. It starts off with the guys over part of the Dog and Parrot ID, complete with the parrot, then the Flying TV Monster comes in and the Nickelodeon text scrolls from right-to-left as the orange, banana, and pineapple from the Fruits ID, a Nicktoons blob, dinosaurs, and the horse with a cowboy riding it walk around. The DJ appears, and then the lollipops from the 1987 top-of-hour ID, which zoom in to reveal a shot of the Take 50 ID complete with the pterodactyl from the Doo-Wop-A-Saurus ID flying, with the three guys on the right, then another dinosaur walks around, followed by a green dinosaur from the Dino Bop ID appearing, and then the Nickelodeon fish from the 1985 top-of-hour ID. Then, the anteater eating his bowl of spaghetti appears over a shot of the animated road from the '85 top-of-hour ID. As this happens, the Nicktoons blob, fruits, and dinosaurs walk around again, then the Nickelodeon fish swims around a shot of the Aliens ID with a dinosaur appearing, then a circle wipe to a shot of the yelling viking with the weapon from the Main Course ID (complete with the Nickelodeon sign) followed by the anvil), which fades to the Nickelodeon cup zooming out from the Nick Brew ID and finally the bumper cars with the cat and dog from the '85 top-of-hour ID and then the guys appear again, with a Nickelodeon splat, as the fruits, dinosaurs, and horse run around again, and the DJ runs and stops at the left side of the screen. The ID wipes out with a TV turn-off effect. This bumper was used on VHS tapes of Nickelodeon shows that were released from 1993 to 1999. It was also seen on TV during that period. In the Paramount VHS release, the closing variant is not included. Instead, after the Nickelodeon logo with copyrights, it goes straight to the Paramount logo.
Paper Chase: Has a pair of scissors cutting out a Nickelodeon paper doll who tries to outrun the scissors. This bumper was used from 1992 to 1998.
Dragon & Frog: A Michigan J. Frog-esque frog sings on a dragon. This was used from 1987 to 1992.
Bulldog Crew: A rhinoceros, a lion, a snake, and a crocodile bark like dogs then sing "Bow-wow-wow-wow-wow-ya! Nickelodeon! Nickelodeon! Nickelodeon!" and there is another version with the audio from the "Nick Writing" ID where they sing "Nick nick nick nick na-nick nick nick, Nickelodeon!". At the end of both versions, a Nickelodeon tree appears above all the animals. This ID was used from 1987 to 1992.
Sleeping Boy: Features a sleepy boy with Nickelodeon logo dream clouds appearing as he walks to bed. This was used from 1985 to 1992
Aliens: Has singing aliens in a spaceship going to a drive-in movie on Jupiter. A Nickelodeon planet appears on a TV screen at the end with other Nickelodeon logos at the bottom, This ID was used from 1985 to 1996
Rudolph: Features Rudolph with a Nickelodeon nose flying before discovering he can't fly - he uses the nose as a parachute and it gets into his hair.
Pattycake: Has shadows playing pattycake in space. This Uses As June 1st 2012
Rugrats (Tommy & Dil): Features Tommy & Dil fighting over a Nickelodeon ball which turns into a splat. This was used in 1999.
Never Done: Features a boy finding a gumball which turns into various objects like a ball, a telescope which shows nick clips, a heart, a monster, a skateboard, and a giant ball which all the kids that were shown in the bumper stand on. Uses as 2016
The Nicktoons blob: A blob that turns into a fish, a dinosaur, the nicktoons splat, a blob man that repeats duh- kaduh three times, and then the splat again. It was used from 1993 to 1998.
Angry Beavers: Features Norbert ripping 3 underwears off and Dagget ripping 3 underwears and fur off and the lady screams. Norbert streches the Nickelodeon underwear and the beavers can both wear it.
Cave Drawing: Features a man who draws a tv, turns the tv on, and the animals show the tv.
Top of the Hour 1985-early 1987: The ID starts with a TV (with the screen saying Nickelodeon) with some shapes emerging from it. A parody of Salvador Dali's Persistence of Memory is seen. Nickelodeon clocks spin their hands and then melt, then flying calendars with Nickelodeon on top of each one are shown over a shot of a background change from summer to winter, then a structure with searchlights on it, with 1985, 1986 or 1987 (depending on the year) with Nickelodeon below it, then we cut to panning down an animated road and stop at a Nickelodeon arrow road sign, then it cuts to a road with men racing in karts with hot dogs, with a Nickelodeon bun on top of each hot dog, then a Nickelodeon rocket ship passes by an animated city, then various people with different types of clothes and accessories appear against different color backgrounds, a Mona Lisa image with googly eyes, a Nickelodeon heart beats once, a robot with human ears appears, a Nickelodeon haystack appears, a gorilla with a bow tie that spins once with a tuxedo, a Nickelodeon ice cream scoop is seen falling on an ice cream cone, then a cat and dog drive bumper cars (when they collide into each other, the Nickelodeon text appears), then at the bottom of an animated ocean a little fish gets eaten by a bigger fish, with others getting eaten by a Nickelodeon fish, then we cut to a front seat ride on a roller coaster going through a Nickelodeon tunnel with a clown head, and finally the same Nickelodeon television with the same objects emitted. There is also a couple in space-like attire as well as a robotic dog watching it, then the Nickelodeon logo jumps out of the TV and fills the entire screen and landing as a polygon with spikes on a blue background. This one features the Jive Five singing doo-wop with the Nickelodeon jingle at the beginning and end of the ID, which was heard most often when it first appeared on TV. On occasion, an announcer was heard over the jingle.
Dancing Fruits: Orange, Banana and Pineapple pops, they sing Orange You Glad, and they fall into a Nickelodeon splat. This ID was used from 1986 to 1993.
Silly Putty: Objects appear with Nickelodeon spelled in jumbled ways. The first object says Odel-One-Nick then changes to a second object saying Nickel-On-Deo, which changes to another object saying Ode-Nickel-On before changing to the last object saying Nickelodeon.
Hey Arnold Bedroom - Features Arnold going to his bedroom, Turns on the DVD player and couch, and changes the channel to a Nickelodeon Light bulb image.
Oddparents New Episode Premiere - Features a male voice who says "And now, a brand new episode of Nickeldeon's New Nicktoon, The Fairly Oddparents." and cosmo and wanda dance and dissapears into a poof cloud.
Lockers - The ID starts off black-and-white with a shot of people at a school running through the halls to class. A black Nickelodeon splat is seen behind the lockers, and changes to orange when the screen changes to color.
Box - A box has a globby looking face. This ID was used from 1993 to 1998.
Arnold Will Be Back In A Beat - Features Hey Arnold! pictures and a young male voice saying "Arnold Will Be Back In a Beat".
Gooey Text - A shoe squishes the Nickelodeon text, then picks up the text.
Jimmy Neutron: Splat - Features Jimmy Neutron pushing the button and we see a Splat Ball. The splat then falls on jimmy. In 2003 it started airing in its Now Back to the Show Form.
Lizard - Featured a green lizard eating parts of the orange background. The bumper's audio was the same as the origami bumper.
Pinky and the Brain - Features Pinky and the Brain on a white background with the Brain with his latest invention the magnet-machine but Pinky turned in on and ruined it and the Nickelodeon logo appears.
Rugrats (Angelica) - Features Angelica pickles singing in her choir.
Pickled Plankton - Features two live action hands making a pickled plankton then Plankton says "Okay, I'm ready for my krabby patty".
Toast - Features a toaster popping out a Nickelodeon toast, followed by a female voice saying "Now back to the show."
Ren & Stimpy - Features Ren and Stimpy in a Nickelodeon bathtub.
Big Beast Quintet - Features an alligator, a bird, a rhino, a rabbit, and another animal walking down the road wearing shirts with the scrambled letters of Nickelodeon, before changing the shirts to spell Nickelodeon correctly. A TV with a face on it appears as the shirts merge together to form a Nickelodeon logo above the TV's face. This was used from 1985 to 1994.
Calling Cades - Features the lyrics to the jingle from the Big Beast Quintet ID on a journal, with a polygon saying Nick and a vertical #1 saying Nickelodeon. This was used from 1988 to 1994.
Nick Writing - On a journal, a hand writes the word Nick, then a Nickelodeon logo appears, then the hand writes the word Nick in different fonts, then the Nickelodeon logo appears again. This was used from 1988 to 1995.
Orange You Glad - On a journal, the words Orange You Glad You Got Your Nickelodeon appear word-by--word. The words appear two more times with the text "You're Watching" appearing, then a Nickelodeon ribbon appears at the end. This was used from 1988 to 1995.
Nick Is Every Day - Features either a female voice saying "Every Monday, Every Tuesday, Every Wednesday, Every Thursday, Friday, Saturday, even Sunday, Nick Is Every Day", or a Nickelodeon Sun (The sun is followed by Weekday names and a man saying "Nick Is Every Day"). This was used from 1990 to 1996.
Brushing Teeth - Features an apple and a banana which turns into a pan, eggs, and a sausage. The pan and the eggs turn into a monster, and the sausage turns into a toothbrush.
Sandwich - Features a piece of bread getting topped with cheese, lettuce, and baloney, as well as ketchup and mustard getting mixed together, and seasoning being the Nickelodeon text, then the sandwich takes a bite itself.
Nose - Features a dog on a spinning Nickelodeon logo, then we see a man sucking everything in the room with his nose
African Animals - An elephant, a giraffe, and a leopard appear in different colors on different backgrounds, then a group of albatrosses appears, and finally a Nickelodeon rhino on a black background.
Cuckoo Clock - Features a cuckoo clock with a Nickelodeon Bird
Surf Board - Features a man surfing on a nickelodeon surf board with surf music.
Disco - Features disco music and a male voice saying "Yeah, Step The Side"
Leaves - Features autumn leaves (including a Nickelodeon Leaf)
Hats - Features different hats
Jack-In-The-Box - Features a jack in the box with nick text.
Cereal - Features a tiny singing guy inside a cup pouring the cereal into the bowl, with a Nickelodeon cereal box. This bumper is in the style of a Sesame Street segment called Teeny Little Super Guy. This was used from 1987 to 1992.
Frog - Features a frog eating the letters and spitting them out.
Nickelodeon Song - Features characters from The Penguins of Madagascar, TUFF Puppy, The Fairly Odd Parents, Spongebob Squarepants, Planet Sheen, and Fanboy & Chum Chum singing a song.
Sheet - Features live-action kids grabbing an orange Nickelodeon Sheet, 2 kids jumping.
Most Wanted Yogi Bear - Features a Nickelodeon Most wanted newspaper with pictures of Yogi Bear, followed by Yogi Bear getting pie, going on a car, and walking on a road, followed by pictures of Yogi Bear and a smaller bear, followed by Yogi Riding a bus, followed by Yogi bear carrying baskets, followed by Yogi walking on a brick wall background with sirens and a nickelodeon text and a chorus singing "Yogi's On Nickelodoen, He's smarter than then the average bear, as that yogi goes through an o.
Nicktoons - Intro: Features a green artist painting something on the artboard, then when he gets done, he kisses the art and shows that he drawn the Nicktoons logo on the board. Outro: We see the Nicktoons logo on the artboard, then the artist bursts his head into it. This was used from 1991 to 1993.