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‘All That’ Cast Reunion to Air on Nickelodeon (Video)

Kids’ sketch series ran from 1994 to 2005

“All That” is coming back to Nickelodeon.

The network has announced that members of the original cast of the popular sketch series would reunite in honor of the 22nd anniversary of the show’s premiere.

Kenan Thompson, Kel Mitchell, Lori Beth Denberg, Danny Tamberelli and Josh Server will all appear in promos that will air during an “All That” marathon on April 16 and 17. It will be part of The Splat, Nick’s new late-night programming block of their classic ’90s shows.

The cast members will share stories and memories from their time on the show, which aired from 1994 to 2005. The show featured outlandish characters like Walter the Earboy (Server), Pierre Escargot (Thompson) and Cheeseburger Doyle (Tamberelli).

Other popular sketches included “Good Burger,” featuring Mitchell as clueless fast food worker Ed. That sketch was spun off into a feature film starring Mitchell and Thompson in 1997.

Denberg also hosted “Vital Information,” a “Weekend Update”-style mock newscast during which she offered her own hilarious take on world events.

“All That” served as an early starring vehicle for several other stars, including Nick Cannon, Amanda Bynes and Jamie Lynn Spears.

It is the latest ’90s show to get some love from Nickelodeon. The network recently announced that they would air a TV movie adaptation of the game show “Legends of the Hidden Temple.” Original host Kirk Fogg will make a cameo in the film as well.