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Artie the Strongest Man in the World

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The Adventures of Pete & Pete is an American children's television series produced by Wellsville Pictures and broadcast by Nickelodeon. The show featured humorous and surreal elements in its narrative, and many recurring themes centered on two brothers both named Pete Wrigley, and their various interactions with family, friends, and enemies.

The show was created by Will McRobb and Chris Viscardi and began as minute-long shorts in 1989 that aired in between regular programs. Owing to the popularity of the shorts, five half-hour specials were made, followed by a regular half-hour series that ran for three seasons (1993–1996) and continued in reruns until around 1999. The N (now TeeNick) aired reruns of the show between 2002–2003. The first two seasons were released on DVD in 2005 and the third was planned for 2006 but was indefinitely postponed.

Pete & Pete is set in the fictional town of Wellsville; like The Simpsons' Springfield, its state is never revealed, even though there is both a town and a village of Wellsville in Allegany County, New York, as well as others in Colorado, Connecticut, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Utah. In addition, Glurt County, mentioned in "Yellow Fever" and "The Good, the Bad and the Lucky," does not exist. The show was filmed largely in Cranford, New Jersey with location shots done in a variety of other spots around northern New Jersey. The exteriors of Pete & Pete's house (as seen in the credit sequence and other shots) were filmed on Woodridge Place in Leonia, New Jersey. The football field used for various episodes is actually Bayonne High School in Bayonne, New Jersey.

In addition to the 34 regular season episodes, 5 specials and 26 shorts, the movie Snow Day was originally written by McRobb and Viscardi to be an extension of the television series, but Nickelodeon and Paramount Pictures were not interested in a feature at the time. The film was eventually made by series director Chris Koch in 2000. However, by this time the principle actors had aged into adulthood. The characters were renamed and recast, but series regulars Chris Elliot, Iggy Pop and Damian Young make appearances.

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Result Opponent A Score   B Score
Loss Tyler Durden 31 to 49
Loss Ralph Hinkley (Greatest American Hero) 43 to 58