1. An evening programming block broadcast over Nickelodeon that appeals to adult audiences with a lineup of classic television shows.
2. The condition of a situation emulating a television sitcom, especially by means of cheesy romantic actions. A 'Nick at Nite' moment is one that has been employed a thousand and one times in every TV show imaginable, and yet people continue to do it because, well, it's been employed a thousand and one times. Can evoke positive feelings in a person while simultaneously making them feel sick due to an OD of classic cheesiness.
1. Every weeknight Barbara settled in to watch re-runs of The Cosby Show and Roseanne on Nick at Nite.
2. After her crush won her a stuffed animal at the carnival, Jessica couldn't help but think "Man, that is so Nick at Nite!".
'Yesessarily' is essentially a contraction (sans the ugly and very un-aesthetic apostrophe aka flying banana) of 'yes' and 'necessarily'. This word comes in handy far more than you would think. Used after a person says 'not necessarily!'
Person 1: All rap music sucks.
Person 2: Not necessarily!
Person 1: YESESSARILY!
A more correct term for sleep over. The word 'sleepover' is misleading as it implies that sleeping will occur. However, this is simply not the case. The point of a sleepover is to stay up as late as possible in order to maximise party time. Thus, in all actuality the event termed 'sleep over' is more like an 'awake over'.
LO: Dude you havin' an awake over Friday night?
Me: Yup, we gotta load up on energy drinks. Anyone falls asleep and they get toothpaste in their hair.