7 Things Every 'All That' Fan Understands

If you're a '90s kid like me, you probably grew up playing Game Boy, wearing platform Sketchers, drinking Capri Sun and dreaming about marrying a Backstreet Boy. But, the biggie? Every '90s kid loved Nickelodeon. Before the days of classic Disney Channel shows like Lizzie McGuire and That's So Raven (aka, the new millennium) SNICK was the home for all your favorite shows — Clarissa Explains It All, Are You Afraid of the Dark?, but most importantly, the classic sketch comedy we were all fans of, All That .

The show was produced by Nickelodeon legend Dan Schneider (the person behind The Amanda Show, Kenan & Kel, and Zoey 101), and was the epitome of all things '90s — from its slapstick humor to its acid wash denim outfits. For 10 years, it was a staple for '90s tweens everywhere — which is why it was super sad when the show was canceled in 2005. Though it may seem like forever and a day since the series was on TV, All That was actually on the air over 20 years ago. Feel old yet?

In honor of this show's greatness, here's a roundup of all the things '90s kids obsessed with the show understand. So ready yet, get set it's All That!

Your Jam Was the Show's Theme Song

Not only did you know all the lyrics by heart, you would totally sing along to them when it played on TV.

You Wished Good Burger Was Real

Seriously who didn't dream of tasting one of those burgers?

You Idolized Amanda Bynes

Before the likes of Jennifer Lawrence and Emma Stone, Amanda Bynes was the queen of comedy.

You Freaked Out Over Musical Guests

Britney Spears singing "Oops!... I Did It Again"? The nostalgia is just too much.

You Didn't Understand the Humor Sometimes

But you still laughed anyway.

You Used The Show's Catchphrases IRL

There were, of course, too many amazing phrases to count — but you definitely used them all.

You Lived For Lori Beth Denberg's Advice

These one liners left you gasping for air because they were so funny.

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