Friday, April 15, 2016

Which All That Sketch Made The Cast Break Character The Most? - All That Reunion

On Saturday 16th April 2016, Nickelodeon's beloved sketch show All That turns 22, which means the Big Ear of Corn can officially blast Taylor Swift's "22," unironically, for the next 365 days. Prepare yourselves accordingly.

In celebration of the momentous occasion, The Splat reunited original cast members Kel Mitchell, Kenan Thompson, Lori Beth Denberg, Danny Tamberelli, and Josh Server on Nickelodeon's iconic Orange Couch to discuss their most memorable moments and characters from their days on the set. These short interstitials will run all weekend long during The Splat's All That marathon weekend. So stop, look, and watch... it's an All That reunion!

MTV News has unveiled a exclusive look at one of the hilarious interstitials debuting this weekend. In it, the cast reveals the gut-busting sketches that made it unbearably hard to stay in character. Unsurprisingly, Mitchell's Coach Kreeton was a popular pick. (Inspired by one of his own coaches, Coach Kreeton also happens to be Mitchell's favorite character.) Meanwhile, Kenan Thompson's angry cafeteria lady Miss Piddlin was one of Server's personal favorites. Watch the clip in its entirety here on!

Additionally, from E! Online:

All That's Reunion Is Here and the Cast Is Revealing the Questions They Are Still Answering 22 Years Later

Break out the parachute pants and mood rings, we're heading back to the '90s!

We hope you exactly ZERO plans this weekend as The Splat is airing 1-3 minute All That reunion interstitials throughout its highly anticipated All That marathon (airing April 16-17 on TeenNick) to celebrate the iconic show's 22nd anniversary, and E! News has your exclusive first look at the cast's get together.

While sitting on the famous orange couch (!), cast members Kel Mitchell, Kenan Thompson, Lori Beth Denberg, Danny Tamberelli and Josh Server reveal the question they are each asked about the show by fans all these years later, with Kel FINALLY revealing whether or not he truly loves orange soda. As for Kenan, he's still always asked, "Where's Kel?!"

To hear what the rest of the cast spilled, watch our exclusive clip above. But may we add our own question, one that has been on our minds for 22 years? Will Josh marry us? (Yes, we'd even take him with the Ear Boy ears on.)

Airing from 1994 through 2005, All That helped kick start the careers of Nick Cannon, Jamie Lynn Spears and Amanda Bynes, who recently celebrated her 30th birthday.

All That isn't the only iconic Nickelodeon series making a comeback lately: Legends of the Hidden Temple (complete with original host Kirk Fogg!) is also getting the TV movie treatment, while classic cartoon Hey Arnold! is getting a TV movie.

Make sure to watch the All That marathon all this weekend on TeenNick to see more from the All That reunion.


Reserve your spot on the Orange Couch and tune into Nickelodeon's brand-new never-before-seen All That reunion, giving fans a in-depth look at their favorite characters, plus back-to-back episodes of All That all weekend long, starting Saturday 16th April 2016, only on The Splat! #AllThatReunion

Watch all your '90s Nickelodeon favorites on The Splat, your late-night destination for your favorite childhood Nickelodeon cartoons and live-action shows! The Splat doesn't question football-shaped heads, but embrace them - along with Reptar bars, a Big Ear of Corn, orange soda, and even slime for Pete (and Pete's) sake. Make your slime-covered Nickelodeon childhood dreams come true every night at 10pm ET/PT, only on TeenNick USA! #TheSplat!
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