A combination sketch comedy/musical performance show in the tradition of "Saturday Night Live," this program starred a teenage cast and was targeted at younger viewers. The show featured a number of repeating characters, including Baggin' Saggin' Barry, Super Dude, and the misfit fast food employees of Good Burger, which spawned a movie of the same name.
Even "All That" quotable catch phrases remain hilarious.
"I'm a dude he's a dude she's a dude we're all dude say."
"I'm Superdude, the teenage superhero with powers that make women sweat!"
While Kenan and Kel mainly carried "All That," alongside Amanda Bynes, let's not forget about other popular sketches like "Ask Ashley," "Vital Information' and "Loud Librarian." You couldn't help but laugh at the wackiness of the teen sketch comedy. The jokes, and cornball humor, still holds up today.
Watch an iconic clip below of Ed from Good Burger interacting with Lester Oaks, a construction worker—and frequent customer.
Kenan and Kel. Two best friends who live in Chicago are always dragged down by Kenan's get rich quick schemes while orange soda loving buddy Kel is dragged along but tends to mess things up.
Kel's adorable addiction to orange soda and Kenan's scheming ways may top anything they ever did on "All That." And that's saying a lot!
"Who loves orange soda?" "K-K-Kel loves orange soda." "Oh yes, oh, yes, oh, yes, it's true, oooh!" "Is it true? Is it TRUUUUE?" "MMMHHMMM! I do, I do, I do-oooh!"
Kenan and Kel made "All That" so great they got their own spinoff sitcom in 1996. Although their characters from "All That" remained popular, carrying their own series only meant more iconic moments and more screen time with the duo. And '90s kids lived to hear the words "Aww, here it goes" at the beginning of each episode.
Watch this legendary clip below of Kel expressing his love for orange soda.