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All That


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Performer - Josh Server
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Performer (1997) - Tricia Dickson
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Kevin Kopelow - Himself
"Fresh out the box,
Stop, look and watch!
Ready yet? Get set,
It's All That!"

Following in the footsteps of Saturday Night Live and In Living Color, Nickelodeonís All That presented the hip-hop, comic stylings of TVís freshest kid sketch comedians.

The teen comics of All That presented routines such as "Vital Information," with Lori Beth Denberg and Danny Tamberelli, and "Ask Ashley," a crotchety advice lady played by Amanda Bynes. Other skits included "Cooking With Randy and Mandy," the giant-eared "Earboy," French instructor "Pierre Escargo," the Oprah Winfrey parody "Okrah," lactose intolerant superhero "Superdude" and "Cheeseburger Doyle," all of which took the improvisational kids into wild and funny situations.

All That always made sure to include segments featuring the top hip-hop musical talents of the nineties. Each episode featured a song or two from artists like Coolio, The Backstreet Boys, Brandy, LL Cool J, The Spice Girls, TLC and Britney Spears.

"Welcome to Good Burger, home of the Good Burger, can I take your order?"

Two of the most popular stars of All That, Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell, went on to star in their own Nickelodeon sitcom, Kenan & Kel. The two later found movie success in the feature film Good Burger, which was based on a favorite All That sketch.

After more than five years and 100 episodes, All That is still bringing in the laughs and the funk on Nickelodeon's Saturday night "Snick" block. And despite a few cast changes over the years, most fans still agree...

"This is All That,
This is All That..."
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