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Running from 1994 to 2005, Nickelodeon's sketch-comedy series "All That" spawned the popular spinoffs "Kenan & Kel," "The Amanda Show" and "The Nick Cannon Show." The groundbreaking show gets a reboot for a new generation of kids, but the premise remains the same: take talented youngsters with serious comedy chops and set them loose in front of a live studio audience, along with performances from hot musical artists and surprise guests from the worlds of TV, film and comedy. Who knows: the next Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell (original cast members now executive producing the new incarnation) may just be lurking among this fresh batch of wacky entertainers.

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Dancer Frankie Grande; school pep rally; the Lasagna Cooler; Aria finds a new "thing"; Monsta X performs.
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Tammy TMI runs for student body president; birthday expert Denzel teaches people how to throw a proper surprise party; "Stay Off Your Phone" returns with some special Strange guests; Reece explains why her joke is funny; HRVY performs.
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Nathan cancels LOL; the Pranklers return; Fuzzoli and Smiles try to crack the case of the food fight; Benny posts another unboxing video; a mermaid and a merman host a haul video to reveal all the cool stuff they found from the surface.
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Jamie Lynn Spears returns to "All That" with the cast of "Zoey 101"; Alex hits 'em with a new Spanish lesson; auditions for a new school mascot are held; Penny chooses a character for her new game; Kate attempts the most difficult trick shot.
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Annie Leblanc and Jayden Bartels join T@$#le!gh to welcome a new student; Lil Nas X promotes his new album; Tammy TMI and her mom are called in for a parent-teacher conference; guest stars Annie Leblanc and Jayden Bartels; Trevor Daniel performs.
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1130: Jamie Lynn Spears returns to All That with the cast of Zoey 101, Alex hits 'em with a new Spanish lesson, auditions for a new school mascot are held, Penny chooses a character for her new game, and Kate attempts the most difficult trick shot.
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T@$#LE!GH goes to Coffee Coffee Coffee; Nathan cancels soup; camp gets weird when the kids from "Stranger Things" show up; favorite babies go to their first birthday party; musical performance by Ceraadi.
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Young actors perform in comedy sketches.
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Coach Kreeton teaches pingpong; music video parody "Yummy"; the kids get trapped in a never-ending TikTok dance; Tammy TMI is interviewed on live television; a new way to get ready for the day.
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The story of DJ Salad, his rise to fame, and his beef with Cardi Beef, hip-hop's top sirloin; Detective Dan and Ann investigate the case of a missing cat; Nathan, Gaby and Kate enjoy their new 11K TV; blackbear performs.
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Klumsy Kevin has an accident at an ancient art museum; T@$#le!gh goes to Coffee, Coffee, Coffee; the Island Boys make new friends; Cuddly Wuddly Creatures presents a bunny; Echosmith performs.
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Pente Wentz stops by Good Burger to prepare for a party; Marie Kiddo helps declutter Professor Doom's evil lair; Billie and Millie teach new ways to make life easier; T. Smith auditions for the school talent show; Queen Naija performs.
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PrestonPlayz guest stars to do a video game live stream with Tammy; an unboxing video goes horribly wrong; the Loud Librarian returns; a superhero tries being a waitress; SuperM performs.
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WWE superstars The New Day teach Coach Kreeton some wrestling moves; Beyoncé shows off some new products at her store; the cast helps Ryan get rid of his hiccups; the girls have a sleepover with new friend Barb; Why Don't We performs.
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Alex teaches a new Spanish lesson; Lucy tries to control her emotions in a yoga class; Reece calls in a favor from a professional baseball player; a manager at a pizza place teaches his employees about birthdays.
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Liza Koshy gets a lesson in bad dancing; Larry returns to play the easiest game show in the world, "Simplicity"; Lucy has trouble controlling her emotions; a new invention advertises the fastest way to eat food.
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"All That" parodies the Song of the Year with Bad Guys; the Fart Fixer advertises a new way to relieve embarrassment; Bed Bath and Beyoncé returns; some familiar faces appear to be saved from their island.
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Nathan cancels Valentine's Day candy; a contestant on a baking show has to defend his cake; an important date gets interrupted by extreme weather at the Weather Café.
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Ms. Hushbaum celebrates her birthday in the library; Lex and Gaby have a text-off; everyone's favorite babies have their 8-month photo shoot; Officer Smart joins the Star Crew as a calculations expert; Public performs.
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Witney Carson of "Dancing With the Stars" goes to Good Burger; T. Smith has an album preview; "All That" presents a new way to learn Spanish; Nathan cancels gum; The Melisizwe Brothers perform.
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The "All That" cast 3D-prints a new cast member; Tammy shares way too much information; contestants in a game show try to stay off their phones; scientists re-creating a Tyrannosaurus rex get a big surprise; AJ Mitchell performs.

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