In 2002, Noggin premiered a programming block called "The N" (standing for Noggin), which was aimed at teens. To mark which shows were made for the block, Noggin used a special ending card labeled "The N Original," which featured The N's logo and the same copyright as the Noggin Original card. Noggin LLC owned the copyright for The N's logo and original shows.


Several older-skewing shows that previously aired during Noggin's daytime block, such as A Walk in Your Shoes, started out with Noggin Original cards. After Noggin started airing these shows during its The N block, their credits were updated with The N Original cards (which had the same copyright as Noggin Original).


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