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|Original Era||1 • 2 • 3 • 4 • 5 • 6|
|Relaunch Era||7 • 8 • 9 • 10|
All That's 8th season is the second season of the Relaunch era. This season began on September 21, 2002 and ended on February 22, 2003, and was taped from May to October 2002.
The show saw many changes before the start of the season. Since season 7 was more of an experiment season, producers knew what worked and what didn't work with the show. Pickle Boy was taken out and only shown on rare occasions, and a formal green room was introduced. Like the first six seasons, the cast would start the show in the green room before starting the show. The intro was the same as the previous season, but with Spears edited in.
The entire cast from last season returned for their second on the show. Producers added Jamie Lynn Spears (credited as Jamie Spears) to the cast, who was also the young sister of singer Britney Spears, due to her interest in being on the show. Claims of nepotism arose from this, and ironically, Britney Spears would show up and host and perform in this season.
This would be the final season for Bryan Hearne. Hearne wished to leave the show so he could focus on his music career.
This is also the first season when the cast began to perform Snick On-Air Dare. After the season ended, producers wanted to switch things up when looking for new cast members for the following season. Producers got Nickelodeon to hold a contest called: "R U All That?: Nickelodeon's Search for the Funniest Kid in America" to find the new cast member.
- Repertory players
- Chelsea Brummet
- Jack DeSena
- Lisa Foiles
- Bryan Hearne
- Shane Lyons
- Giovonnie Samuels
- Jamie Spears
- Kyle Sullivan
- Featured Members
(none) Check season 8 in full series episode list for correct air dates.
|Season #||Series #||Title||Original Air-Date||Code|
|1||131||"B2K"||September 21, 2002||801|
|*Greenroom-Meet Jamie: The cast is searching for a new cast member they are having tryouts in the greenroom Jamie Lynn Spears comes in and is trying to impress the cast with her superpowers since that didn't work she takes out a wad of cash and the cast welcomes her.
(First episode to feature Jamie Lynn Spears)
|2||132||"Buddy Hackett/Daryl Sabara & Alexa Vega / Play feat Chris from Dream Street"||September 28, 2002||802|
|*Green Room-Very Old Interaction: A Very Old Cast Member shows up in the All That greenroom.
SPECIAL GUEST STARS: Alexa Vega, Darly Sabara and Buddy Hackett (as Knubby McFarlin "The Really Old Cast Member")
|3||133||"Yasmeen"||October 5, 2002||803|
|*Green Room - Hamster Mind Control: Chelsea reads a book on controlling the hamster's mind but she ends up controlling Shane's mind.
|4||134||"Jeffrey Licon / Jennifer Love Hewitt"||October 12, 2002||804|
|*Green room-Jeffrey Licon acts out with cast
|5||135||"Justin Timberlake / Aaron Carter"||October 19, 2002||805|
|*Green Room - New Mustache:Jack gets a new mustache and the cast thinks of the fun things they can do with it.
|6||136||"Steve Bridges / Tom Green / Avril Lavigne"||October 26, 2002||806|
|*Greenroom-The Tutu: Shane dons a tutu.
SPECIAL GUEST STARS: Tom Green (as himself) and Steve Bridges (as George W. Bush)
|7||137||"BBMak"||November 2, 2002||807|
|*Green Room: Corn Chip Allergy-Shane is allergic to Corn Chip's|
|8||138||"Nick Carter / Steve Bridges"||November 9, 2002||808|
|*Green Room-Shane Knows Nick Carter
|9||139||"Harry Bladder"||November 16, 2002||809|
|Today on All That instead of some skits and a musical guest, it's a Harry Bladder clip show episode featuring the Harry Bladder skits from season 7.|
|10||140||"Justincase / Britney Spears"||November 30, 2002||810|
|11||141||"Monica / Nick Cannon / Ashton Kutcher / Orlando Jones"||December 7, 2002||811|
|12||142||"Deborah Gibson"||December 13, 2002||812|
|*Green Room-A ham slapping contest|
|13||143||"Matthew Lillard/O-Town"||December 20, 2002||813|
|*Greenroom:The Cast Fishes Matthew Lillard
(Last Episode to Feature Bryan Hearne)