Okay, before we do ANYTHING, we need to listen to this. Damn, they don't make 'em like this anymore:

For real, does anybody even make real shit anymore?

Besides that theme song being one of the best ever, we're also kicking this post off with it because it's a pretty good symbol for how fresh and forward All That was when it hit Nickelodeon in 1994. Taking notes shows like Saturday Night Live and In Living Color, Nick made a revolutionary live sketch comedy show for the kids. It was relevant, it was diverse—like, more diverse than SNL ever was until about a year ago—and most importantly, it was actually funny (SNL's Taran Killam and Chappelle's Show co-creator Neal Brennan both wrote for the show). As a '90s kid there wasn't anything much doper on a Saturday night than watching All That and seeing your peers rock out like young Eddie Murphys and Bill Murrays. All That was the kind of show that shaped who you were growing up. But the truth is, some cast members had more of an impact than the others...

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