5 All That Sketches We Wanna See Come Back in the Reboot
5 'All That' Sketches We Wanna See Come Back in the Reboot
All That is returning to small screens—and we hope these iconic sketches return with it!
'90s kids rejoice! Nickelodeon's hilarious sketch comedy show All That is making an epic return.
According to a report by Variety, the popular kids programing network is bringing an all new cast for a revived version of the classic show. Comedian and longtime Saturday Night Live actor Kenan Thompson is also set to executive produce the series, which is only fitting since he was one of All That's original cast members and one of it's most successful alumni.
Not much else is known about when production on the revival will start or when it will air, but now that we know All That is definitely getting rebooted, here are some iconic sketches from the show's past we hope make their way back too!
The information presented in this sketch might not have actually been super useful or vital, but now that Weekend Update on Saturday Night Live has become super bro-y, we'd love to have a queen like Lori Beth Denberg comeback and serve us some actual comedy.
One of Amanda Bynes' first role was as All That's Ashley, an innocent-looking advice columnist who tears her advice-seekers to shreds when they ask her stupid questions. A cute-but-judgy queen?? We feel seen!
Kenan's accent on Everyday French was outrageous, but not as outrageous as the sentences he would come up with to translate for the audience. Paired with the fact that he was sitting in a bubble bath and wearing rain gear, this was one of the more random (but still freakin' hilarious) All That sketches ever.
Know Your Stars
The basic premise of Know Your Stars was a narrator trolling a celebrity guest on stage with outrageous, fake facts about said celebrity. Most of the people featured on Know Your Stars were All That cast members, but pop icon Britney Spears made an appearance during one special episode!
Good Burger was All That's flagship sketch and was so popular it got its own movie in 1997! While no one can replace Kel Mitchell as the ditzy cashier Ed, we'd love to see what a Good Burger reboot looks like in 2019!
What were some of your fave All That sketches? Let us know in the comments and on Twitter!