Fresh out the box. Stop, look and watch. It's Aaaaaaall That.
If you don't think All That's theme song—performed by the timeless TLC—offers the best opening sequence ever, then we had extremely different childhoods.
In some bizarre and cruel trick of time, it turns out that All That first premiered in 1994, making it 21 years old. As soon as your favorite childhood TV shows are old enough to drink, you know you're over the hill. In honor of Earboy, Pierre Escargot, and the rest of your favorite characters, let's take some time to look back.
Check out what your favorite cast members from All That have been up to since leaving Nickelodeon's unforgettable sketch show!
Angelique Bates was a member of All That's original cast and the first one to leave the show. She continued acting following her departure in some small roles on Strong Medicine and Boston Public. Bates is also a rapper and performed under the name Alizay for a while. Most imporantly, you can find Angelique in a segment from Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! called Bub-Bubs.
Lori Beth Denberg
Here's some vital information for ya: Lori Beth was easily the best cast member All That ever had. She left the show because she "was getting older" (she was 22 years old by Season 4) and went on to star as Lydia Liza Gutman on The Steve Harvey Show. She's had hilarious cameos in Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story and, more recently in Workaholics.
These days, she's an ordained minister specializing in "quirky, personalized" weddings. She also does a variation of "Vital Information" based around celebrities through Perez Hilton's website.