An 'All That' Reunion Is Coming To Nickelodeon's The Splat & Here's Why It'll Be Every '90s Kids Dream

When I was a kid, I thought that the coolest job anyone could possibly have was being a cast member on All That. Some things don't change, because as an adult, I still think it would be super sweet to have a weekly spot on this kid-friendly variety show. Sadly, that's not exactly possible: All That took its final bow in 2005, which ended the show's impressive 10-season run. Fans may be able to see original cast member Kenan Thompson on Saturday Night Live (or as '90s kids know it, the adult version of All That) but you may not be as likely to see some of the other All That faces on television today. Fortunately, there's one place that you will always be able to, and it's going to be every '90s kids' dream come true. As reported by E! News, an All That reunion special is coming to The Splat, Nickelodeon's nostalgia channel, and it's the blast from the past that you never knew you needed.

According to E! News, the All That reunion special will take over The Splat this April in a celebration of All That's 22nd anniversary. (Do you feel old? I feel old.) The Splat will air an All That marathon over the course of April 16 and April 17, with the marathon featuring interstitials with members of the original cast. These cast members include the above mentioned Thompson as well as Danny Tamberelli, Kel Mitchell, Josh Server, and Lori Beth Denberg. According to the report, the original cast will be sharing stories about their time on the show, which skyrocketed them to '90s icon status.

If that doesn't excite you enough, just check out this promo for the new reunion, which features some famous clips from this weird, wonderful sketch show:

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Nickelodeon has really upped their nostalgia game in recent months, with a Legends Of The Hidden Temple reboot film heading to the network and a brand-new Hey, Arnold! TV movie sequel that will finally tell viewers what exactly happened to Arnold's parents. In fact, The Splat itself is a block of shows dedicated to the celebration of '90s Nickelodeon, which means there's a very real chance that All That won't be the only series we get a reunion special for. Nick is officially giving this '90s girl every reason to be stoked.

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