Today, my dear fellas, I want you to see, that there is a whole new riddle by me.
The word I am seeking is not very long, it's part of a show, where connections are strong.
The prefix is meant to be one single word, that's made by cute kitten, I guess you have heard.
The infix is silent, but still in the name, it's commonly used as a block in a game.
The suffix is old, but still in the stocks. If you need replacements, then you shouldn't miss, that one day it's over, so put on your socks, cause some time this suffix will stop to exist
One thing is left over, in my administration, I'm telling you, the suffix is an abbreviation.
The sound of the kitten is not really normal. It's more of a meme, so it is not formal.
The show that got mentioned has 6 Seasons here. The 8th, I promise is really quite near. But I'm not american, I have to admit, the country I live in is centered a bit. To make the things easy I'm going to say, thay I'm european, there's better things, but hey.
A character who's in the show, is named after the word I want. His name is strange for western ones, now tell me what I mean, below;
The unformal sound of the kitten I said, is made when it licks something over and over. When you hear the sound, you will stop being mad, And you feel like you're on a meadow with clover
The "Block in a game" is literally, I'm struggling to stay here lyrically.
After plenty of days, here comes clue 6: The game that I mean, is based on the ticks. While every game has ticks in it's code, the number per second is 20 they showed. It makes that vegetation can grow on the ground, but also the mobs animation is bound. I'm ending this clue with the material. The block generates under H2O, while I wouldn't put it in my cereal, as it's made of dirt and molten snow. Well this is not entirely true, or else it would just be some kind of goo. It's commonly used for pottery, and this, my dear friends, is almost all for it to be
Today I say: "Here comes a new clue!". The show I meant, has many cops, too. It's not surprising, to be fair, some of them are never leaving a chair. The show itself plays in New York, in Brooklyn, where they have neat pork. I'm sorry for these stupid rhymes, but cops like them solve many crimes
I know my rhymes are bad, but all I want to say, is that they aren't so mad, so I guess it's okay