As promotional vehicles go, Nick at Nite is perfectly in keeping with the cable programmer’s retro-hipster ethos. Besides photos and audio clips from such classics as Bewitched, there are dozens of message boards, devilishly obscure trivia questions, and even a ”Kitschen” in which Nick at Nite mainstays like Mork & Mindy are ridiculed mercilessly. One attraction sure to make younger baby boomers linger is Puf-A-Palooza, devoted to Nick’s resurrection of the oeuvre of Saturday- morning auteurs Sid and Marty Krofft. I don’t know about you, but H.R. Pufnstuf always gave me the creeps — and I’ll admit to a shudder when his oversize mug downloaded onto my computer screen. A
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