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'Todo lo que primero fue presentada el 16 de abril, 1994 como un "vista previa" y debutó como una serie regular el 24 de diciembre, 1994. Error en la cita: Etiqueta <ref> no válida; nombres no válidos, p. ej. demasiados The seventh season and ongoing season theme openings/outro themes were slightly remixed to fit the relaunch. In this particular episode, Muniz was seen running around the streets grabbing random people to be the new cast members. Season 7 kicked off with cast members Chelsea Brummet, Jack DeSena, Lisa Foiles, Bryan Hearne, Shane Lyons, Giovonnie Samuels, and Kyle Sullivan. At the beginning when the cast headed off to do the show, the audience wasn't shown anymore and it went right to the beginning credits.

Weekly guest stars[]

In conjunction with the seventh season, All That brought in weekly special guest stars who helped open the show and participated in some of the sketches. All That during the "golden age" had featured some guest stars previously, including Dr. Joyce Brothers in one segment of Ask Ashley, John Leguizamo in character from the movie The Pest, and Sherman Hemsley in a cold open, and again in a Good Burger sketch.

Among the guest stars who appeared during this period were former cast members Kenan Thompson and Amanda Bynes. Thompson reprised his Principal Pimpell character in a Harry Bladder sketch, lunch lady Miss Piddlin in a Sugar & Coffee sketch, and Superdude. Bynes appeared as herself in a Sugar & Coffee sketch and reprised Ashley in a blooper "from the late-Nineties." Other special guest stars included, in no particular order: Melissa Joan Hart, Frankie Muniz, Tony Hawk, David Arquette, Britney Spears, Aaron Carter, Will Friedle, Christina Vidal, Matthew Lillard, Ray Romano, Alexa Vega and Daryl Sabara (Spy Kids),[1] Nick Carter, Justin Timberlake, Buddy Hackett, Barry Watson, Jennifer Love Hewitt,P.Diddy, Tom Green, and former Guiding Light star Brittany Snow[2] Some viewers didn't appreciate the intensified emphasis on special guest stars since All That (unlike the 90 minute long Saturday Night Live or even the 60 minute long MADtv) was only a 30 minute program (including commercials).[3]

Season 8 (2002-2003)[]

Joining the cast in Season 8 was Jamie Lynn Spears, who was previously better known for being the younger sister of pop star, Britney Spears. This first lead to a short decline from fans of All That because Britney Spears got her on the show due to Britney appearing on the show numerous times and her obvious clout. However, as Season 8 progressed, viewers began to like Jamie Lynn as she came into her own on the program. Bryan Hearne left the show at the end of this season, so he can began his music career. This was the first season when the All That cast members started attempting dares on the SNICK program: Snick On-Air Dare.[4][5] Occasionally, On Air Dares have special guest from other shows.[6]

Beofore Season 8 ended, Nickelodeon advertised a competition called "R U All That?: Nickelodeon's Search for the Funniest Kid in America". After this contest ended in 2003, the finals aired on July 26, 2003. The contest picked five finalists, and all of them performed a sketch with some of the cast members. The winner was Christina Kirkman, and the runner up was Ryan Coleman. Christina became a regular cast member from that point.[7]

Season 9 (2003-2004)[]


The Season 9 cast

In Season 9, Christina Kirkman earned her spot on All That by winning the R U All That contest. Ryan Coleman, who was the runner-up, soon also got a part on the show midway into Season 9 to replace Bryan Hearne, who left at the end of Season 8 as previously mentioned. During this season and Season 10, the cast attempted to resurrect some of the classic sketches, like Good Burger (with Ryan Coleman as Ed), and Vital Information for your Everyday Life (with Lil' JJ as the anchor). The cast of Season 9 continued to do On-Air Dares.

This was the final season for Shane Lyons, Giovonnie Samuels, and Jamie Lynn Spears. The depature of Giovonnie is also said to have led to the decline. In 2004, All That won another KCA for Best TV show at the 2004 Kids' Choice Awards.[8] After the last episode aired in Season 9, Nickelodeon put the show on a short hiatus for the Fall of 2004, and Dan Schneider quit again after filming the upcoming season. The show then returned when the 10th Anniversary ended.

10th Anniversary (2005)[]

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Various cast members and producers from All That's ten-year history. See the article for cast and crew identification.

In 2005, Nickelodeon celebrated the 10th anniversary of All That by airing episodes from the first six seasons in the week leading up to a "reunion special" hosted by Frankie Muniz on April 23. Ashanti and Bow Wow were the musical guests.[9][9]

Kenan Thompson, Kel Mitchell, Josh Server, and Danny Tamberelli reunited on the show.[9] In addition, Nick Cannon appeared on the special but only via satellite in a Repairman sketch. Other cast members attended but had no speaking parts (namely: Katrina Johnson, Alisa Reyes, Leon Frierson, Mark Saul, Christy Knowings, and Giovonnie Samuels). Angelique Bates, Amanda Bynes, Lori Beth Denberg, Bryan Hearne, Gabriel Iglesias, and Shane Lyons were no-shows. Iglesias was left out of the opening intro also.[9]

A more recent sketch called The Unreal World was voted the funniest moment in All That history, beating such 1990s sketches as Kenan Thompson's Ishboo character and an older Good Burger sketch.[10]

Approximately 6.2 million total viewers watched the special on both its April 23 and April 24 airings, making it the top cable or broadcast program for the 2-11, 6-11, and 9-14 age demographics.[11][12], and TV.com gives it a rating of 8.7/10[13]. Pictured left are, left to right: Kel Mitchell, creator Brian Robbins, Kenan Thompson, Eddie Mitchell, Jack DeSena, Jamie Lynn Spears, Katrina Johnson, Alisa Reyes, Kianna Underwood, musical guest Bow Wow, Giovonnie Samuels, Christina Kirkman, Lisa Foiles, Denzel Whitaker, executive producer Dan Schneider, Chelsea Brummet, Ryan Coleman, Kyle Sullivan, Danny Tamberelli, Mark Saul, Leon Frierson, and Josh Server.

The last segment of this episode paid tribute to the ending soundclip of the original seasons. As the room for the 10 year anniversary party was empty, Kenan and Kel stood sleeping in the costumes of their roles as old men. Kenan woke up and says "Hey, Clavis!, wake up, the show's over," and Kel responds with his signature, "Ah yeah, kick it". They then turn and slowly walk away as the screen fades to black in a dramatic yet subtle ending to the 10 year tribute.

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All That's 10th Anniversary Special Logo

Return of Vital Information[]

After a four season hiatus, All That decided to bring back the Vital Information segment with BET's Coming to the Stage winner Lil' JJ succeeding Lori Beth Denberg and Danny Tamberelli, respectively. Lil' JJ's very first Vital Information occurred during the 10th Anniversary Reunion Special. Some of his vitals throughout the season included:

  • If you are the President of the United States and you're watching me right now, then you need to quit watching Nickelodeon and go fix our country!
  • If you're afraid of heights, don't climb a ladder. If you're afraid of marshmallows, don't climb a ladder made of marshmallows.
  • If your mama has a deep voice and hair all over her back, YOUR MAMA'S A DUDE!
  • If the code to your locker is 14-7-21, I appreciate the hat.
  • If you smell smoke in the hallway, you yell "FIRE!". If you smell smoke in your pants, you say "Why am I smelling my pants?".
  • Toaster+Tongue=Pain.
  • If you’re afraid of spiders, you’re arachnophobic. If you’re afraid of breathing, you’ve got about four minutes to live.

Season 10 and the last demise (2005)[]

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The Season 10 cast

The tenth (and what turned out to be the final) season of All That began after the 10th anniversary, with Kianna Underwood and Denzel Whitaker as the two new cast members that were added after the departure of Shane Lyons, Giovonnie Samuels, and Jamie Lynn Spears. They joined the returning cast Jack DeSena, Lisa Foiles, Chelsea Brummet, Kyle Sullivan, Christina Kirkman, and Ryan Coleman.

In the somewhat same vein as Season 6, the show was losing an amount of steam due to Lyons, Samuels, and Spears leaving the show, causing some of the Relaunch sketches to be discontinued. The 10th season was only slated for 15 episodes (2 episodes never aired) until the cancellation. At the start of this season, they used Hip Hop and R & B musical guest again, but there were no more special guest during this season. Cast member Jack DeSena meant to leave after Season 9 to continue to work on Avatar: The Last Airbender, but he continued to flim on All That until production of the show ended in 2004, after Dan Schneider left for the second time.

Season 10 ended on October 22, 2005 (featuring musical guest Lalaine) with the show reaching 181 episodes.

Cancellation (2005-2006)[]

According to Lisa Foiles on her Official Yahoo! Group, the rumors of the impending cancellation of All That were in fact, true. This was the message posted on Lisa's club by Lisa Foiles herself (as of September 5, 2005):[14] Plantilla:Quote

In January 2006, Nickelodeon and executive producer Dan Schneider officially decided to cancel All That after ten seasons. Since April 2006, the program has not aired on the network beyond nostalgic marathons revolving around the network's history.

Reruns on The N (2008-present)[]

The program has been rerunning on The N since March 12, 2008, mostly consisting of mid-series episodes (Season 3-7), although it is currently off the air (as of September 22, 2008), while the network launches their fall lineup and marathons existing series. It is unclear wether All That will return to TV or not. The N's website recently said that All That (and The Amanda Show) will be returning to the lineup in November.


Main article: List of All That episodes
Season Episodes First airdate Last airdate
Season 1** 15 April 16, 1994 April 1, 1995
Season 2** 21 October 7, 1995 October 12, 1996
Season 3* 20 November 16, 1996 October 18, 1997
Season 4* 21 November 15, 1997 November 28, 1998
Season 5* 19 December 12, 1998 October 16, 1999
Season 6* 14 January 15, 2000 November 4, 2000
Best Of All That 10 2001 2001
Season 7* 13 January 19, 2002 May 4, 2002
Season 8** 15 2002 2003
Season 9** 16 2003 2004
Season 10** 17 April 30, 2005 October 22, 2005
  • *Have aired on The N in 2008
  • **Planning to air on The N in 2009

According to the N's website, All That will return to the lineup in November.

Awards & Nominations[]

Awards Outcome Note
1997 Kids' Choice Awards:[15]
Favorite TV Show Nominated
1998 Kids' Choice Awards:[16]
Favorite TV Actor Nominated Kenan Thompson & Kel Mitchell- "All That" / "Kenan & Kel"and "Vincent Bennett"
1999 Kids' Choice Awards:[17]
Favorite TV Show WON
Favorite TV Actor WON Kel Mitchell- "All That" / "Kenan & Kel"
2000 Kids' Choice Awards:[18]
Favorite TV Show WON
Favorite TV Actor WON Kenan Thompson- "All That"
Favorite TV Actress WON Amanda Bynes- "All That" / "The Amanda Show"
2001 Kids' Choice Awards:[19]
Favorite TV Actor WON Nick Cannon- "All That"
2002 Kids' Choice Awards:[20]
Favorite TV Show Nominated
2003 Kids' Choice Awards:[21]
Favorite Movie Actress WON Amanda Bynes- "Big Fat Liar"
Favorite TV Actress WON Amanda Bynes- "The Amanda Show" / "All That"
2004 Kids' Choice Awards:[8]
Favorite Movie Actress WON Amanda Bynes
Favorite TV Show WON

Media Franchise[]

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All That: The Album

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All That: Fresh Out The Box Cover


All That Music and More Festival logo


On November 26, 1996, Nickelodeon has released All That on CD, titled: "All That: The Album". It contains All That Dialogues from the show, and songs sang from Musical Guest (i.e. Faith Evans, Coolio, Monica, Naughty By Nature, etc.). All That's theme opening and outro theme were finally released on this CD. Music from the CD is mainly inspired from the show, related to Drake & Josh: Songs from and inspired by the hit TV show and iCarly: Music From and Inspired by the Hit TV Show.[22]


On October 1, 1998, Nickelodeon released a 112 page book of All That called, "All That: Fresh Out The Box" by Steve Holland. The book contains information of the show's sketches, cast members, and notable points of the show. It also contains different character information as well. Bonus features include: An episode guide complete with quotes, the Playlist – the hottest musical acts, the coolest grooves, special Guest Stars, behind the scenes of All That, and an Ultimate All That Trivia Contest.[23]


On June 30, 2000, Nickelodeon gave All That a promotional summer tour titled "All That Music and More Festival", which traveled all over the country, and was hosted by the cast of All That. The tour began after season 6, and lasted the Summer of 2000, starting on June 30 to September 3, 2000. The tour mainly featured the cast members of All That and the musical guest. Many of the musical guest joined the tour, and have performed during the tour. Also while the tour went on, the cast members have done numerous live sketchs.[24] There was also a ticket contest a year before the began festival.[25]

DVD Release[]

There are no current plans for a release of the series on DVD, likely due to music licensing issues.


  1. «Spy Kids on All That (Season 8, ep 2)», 2008-07-01.
  2. Nickelodeon's longest-running live action series, All That, revs up for its seventh season with an all new format, including a weekly celebrity host and an all new kid cast.. Viacom.com. Consultado el 20 December de 2006.
  3. Memo to Nickelodeon and the Writers of "All That". Google Groups. Consultado el 20 December de 2006.
  4. «MySpaceTV Kyle's On-Air Dare video», myspace.com, 2008-08-05.
  5. «Jamie's On Air Dare on Youtube.com», Youtube.com, 2008-08-19.
  6. «Ned's Declassified on On Air Dare», youtube.com, 2008-08-19.
  7. «2003, R U All That?'s winner», 2004-07-27.
  8. 8,0 8,1 «2004 Kids Choice Press Release», 2008-08-18. Consultado el 2008-08-18.
  9. 9,0 9,1 9,2 9,3 All That 10th Anniversary Cast and Crew Info. Hollywood.com (2005-08-28). Consultado el 2008-08-28.
  10. All That 10th Anniversary at Nick.com. Nick.com. Consultado el 20 December de 2006.
  11. Nick's All That 10th Anniversary Reunion Special is a Hit with Kids and Tweens. PRNewsWire.com (2005). Consultado el 20 December de 2006.
  12. All That 10 Anniversary on IMDB (English). imdb.com. Consultado el 2008-08-28.
  13. All That 10 Anniversary Summary and Info on TV.com (English). TV.com. Consultado el 2008-08-28.
  14. Answer to your "All That" question.... groups.yahoo.com (2005-09-05). Consultado el 2008-08-20.
  15. 1997 Kids' Choice. imdb.com (1995-05-01). Consultado el 2008-08-20.
  16. 1998 KCA. imdb.com (1998-04-05). Consultado el 2008-08-20.
  17. «1999 Kids Choice Awards IMDB». Consultado el 2007-08-11.
  18. «2000 Kids Choice IMDB», 2008-08-18.
  19. 2001 Kids Choice IMDB (2008-08-18). Consultado el 2001-05-06.
  20. 2002 Kids' Choice Awards (2008-08-20). Consultado el 2001-06-01.
  21. 2003 Kids Choice Awards (2008-08-20). Consultado el 2003-04-13.
  22. «All That CD Releases», Nickelodeon, 2007-02-26. Consultado el 2007-07-28.
  23. «All That Book Releases», Nickelodeon, 2007-02-26. Consultado el 2007-07-28.
  24. «All That Tour Locations», findarticles.com, 2008-08-17. Consultado el 2008-08-17.
  25. The World's First Music Festival for Kids!. azcentral.com (1999-07-10). Consultado el 2008-08-20.

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