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If you were a kid in the ’90s watching Nickelodeon, it was all about slime. At the time, the messiest game show on air was “Double Dare,” where kids got rewarded for stunts like leaping into a giant gumball machine and sliding down a chocolate-covered ramp. The man at the middle of it was host Marc Summers, the mayor of “Double Dare.” Now that the show is back on television, we sat down with Marc as he spilled the secrets behind the slime.
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