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| All That|
|Original Era||1 • 2 • 3 • 4 • 5 • 6|
|Relaunch Era||7 • 8 • 9 • 10|
All That's first season ran on April 16, 1994 as a special preview, but officially ran from December 24, 1994 to April 1, 1995. The first season began in 1994-1995 with the pilot and 14 episodes.
After You Can't Do That On Television ended production in 1990, Nickelodeon had interest in creating another sketch comedy series for the network. The network debuted another sketch show called Roundhouse in 1992. After the shows debut Nickelodeon asked Mike Tollin and Brian Robbins to create a new show. The network wanted a show that was similar to Saturday Night Live, but for kids. Joe Davola, Kevin Kopelow, Dan Schneider and Heath Seifert were brought on as producers and were a major part of the writing force for the show.
Producers went on a search to finds kids to join the cast after the network greenlit the show. Angelique Bates, Lori Beth Denberg, Katrina Johnson, Kel Mitchell, Alisa Reyes, Josh Server, and Kenan Thompson were hired. Bates got a call from her agent about the show in late 1992. She auditioned by doing an impression of Steve Urkel, which she would get to do various times on the show. Denberg was discovered by producers at a drama competition; she was invited to audition and got the gig. Johnson, Mitchell, Reyes, Server, and Thompson went through a series of auditions to get on the show.
In 1994, Nickelodeon canceled Roundhouse and aired the All That pilot on April 16 of the same year. The show featured producer Kevin Kopelow as the stage manager which the cast members do something bad to him constantly, exclusively during the cold opens. The first season was broadcast from Orlando, Florida. The show's cold openings featured the cast in a green room and their departure from the room. To resemble Saturday Night Live, producers added the segment Vital Information which would be featured in every episode just like SNL's Weekend Update segment. Producers bumped Denberg up to anchor the segment.
The theme song for All That was performed by TLC. The intro features the entire cast in an alleyway. They are playing games and playing with a sheet with the All That logo on it. The cast jumps on unseen trampolines, one of which has everyone in front of the alleyway, and another featuring all cast members except Denberg and Thompson spinning around in a white void background. The intro starts off with the announcer saying "Not quite live, but ready for prime time. Get ready, get set, it's All That!" After that the song begins. It starts off with a sign of the word "Oh". The sign is held by Johnson. Then two people are shown playing racket ball in the alleyway. Then the cast is shown, their names are in bright red. Their first and last names are separated by a picture of the All That logo. The musical guest is shown after Thompson, the intro ends with a pan shot of the entire cast with the names of the producers flashing by.
The pilot was filmed on January 17, 1994, with the rest of the season being filmed from September to December 1994.
For reasons unknown, Season 1 was not aired on The '90s Are All That or its successors. Instead, the block began with Season 2, and the iTunes release has begun with Season 2 as well. Prior to that, neither of the first two seasons aired when The N reran the series in 2008, possibly due to music rights involved with the musical guests expiring.
- Repertory players
- Angelique Bates (1st season)
- Lori Beth Denberg (1st season)
- Katrina Johnson (1st season)
- Kel Mitchell (1st season)
- Alisa Reyes (1st season)
- Josh Server (1st season)
- Kenan Thompson (1st season)
- Featured players
|0||"Phil Moore/TLC"||April 16, 1994||001|
|*Cold Open: Cool Shoes: The cast hangs out on the playground before the show starts comparing their latest in hip footwear, including a pair of shoes that dispenses yogurt and has a built-in sound system.
|1||"Da Brat"||December 24, 1994||101|
|*Green Room Kenan's Nervous: Kenan is so nervous before the show starts that he literally begins pouring with sweat.
|2||"TLC"||January 7, 1995||102|
|*Green Room No One's Ready: Kevin must get the cast members to the stage in six minutes, as the show is about to begin. Unfortunately, all of the kids are busy-Lori Beth is talking on the phone, Alisa is on a treadmill, Kenan is sleeping, Angelique is counting over fifty thousand jelly beans, Josh and Kel are in a hot tub, and Katrina is handcuffed to some stairs. Kevin thinks his job is lost, but suddenly, everyone rushes out, completely ready to go.
|3||"IMx"||January 14, 1995||103|
|*Green Room-The Scary Story: The cast tells a scary story before the show, about a terrifying monster with a dangling eyeball and a pickle for a nose. No one is that scared...until the monster himself shows up to finish the story!
|4||"Craig Mack"||January 21, 1995||104|
|*Green Room-Katrina's TV: Katrina can't start the show. She's glued to the television set literally.
|5||"Malcolm-Jamal Warner/Brandy"||January 28, 1995||105|
|*Green Room-The Liver Sketch: The cast members use fake excuses to escape doing a liver sketch.
Special Guest: Malcolm-Jamal Warner
|6||"Aaliyah"||February 4, 1995||106|
|*Green Room-Josh's Dad: Josh's dad comes to the show to support his son-but all of his support just ends up embarrassing Josh.
|7||"Coolio"||February 11, 1995||107|
|*Green Room-The Psychic: Alisa's psychic tells her that something bad will happen on the show.
|8||"Soul 4 Real"||February 18, 1995||108|
|*Green Room-Picked Last: Josh is picked last to play basketball, after a baby, a stuffed cat, and even a tree.
|9||"Changing Faces"||February 25, 1995||109|
|*Green Room-The Tour: People get a tour of the All That set.
'*Cooking with Randy & Mandy:Randy And Mandy Are Joined By Chef Monique (Lori Beth).
|10||"Blackstreet"||March 4, 1995||110|
|*Green Room-Costume Mix-Up: Kevin directs the cast to the wrong dressing rooms to change for the football sketch. Now the boys are all dressed as cheerleaders and the girls are dressed up in football uniforms.
everything in the classroom, only to stop whenever she turns around again. She finally catches on when the students steal her wig!
|11||"Zhané"||March 11, 1995||111|
|*Green Room-The Interview: A teen magazine called Teenerific interview Kenan & Josh.
|12||"Usher"||March 18, 1995||112|
|*Green Room-The Limbo Contest: The cast members have a limbo contest to see who gets to dump Kevin in a tub of yogurt.
|13||"A Few Good Men"||March 25, 1995||113|
|*Green Room-Audience Q & A: The audience get to ask the cast questions and of course they're all weird and incredibly strange.
|14||"THE MAFT"||April 1, 1995||114|
|*Green Room-The Party: The cast members are throwing a huge party in the Green Room. Whenever Kevin and the producer come in, though, they scramble to hide their party goods.
- ↑ "TV.com Season One debut". 2008-05-01. http://www.tv.com/all-that/phil-moore---tlc/episode/251709/summary.html?tag=ep_list;ep_title;2.
- ↑ "Season 1 on IMDB". 2008-08-18. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0111875/episodes#season-1.
- ↑ All That: Fresh Out The Box
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