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The Amanda Show
Format Sketch comedy

Variety show

Created by Dan Schneider
Starring Amanda Bynes

Drake Bell Nancy Sullivan Johnny Kassir (Season 1) Raquel Lee (Season 1) Josh Peck (seasons 2-3)

Theme music composer Stewart Copeland[1]
Country of origin United States
Language(s) English
No. of seasons 3
No. of episodes 46 (List of episodes)
Executiveproducer(s) Dan Schneider

Brian Robbins Mike Tollin Joe Davola

Location(s) Nickelodeon On Sunset

Hollywood, California Sunset Gower Studios Hollywood, California (alternate taping location)

Camera setup Videotape; Multi-camera
Running time 22 minutes
Productioncompany(s) Tollin/Robbins-Marquee Studios
Original channel Nickelodeon
Picture format SD: 480i/576i
Original run November 6, 1999 – September 21, 2002
Status Cancelled
Related shows All That (1994-2005)

Drake & Josh (2004-2007)

The Amanda Show is an American live-action sketch comedy and variety show that aired onNickelodeon from November 6, 1999 to September 21, 2002. It starred Amanda Bynes, Drake Bell, and Nancy Sullivan, along with several performing artists who came and left at different points, such as John Kassir, Raquel Lee, and Josh Peck. The show was a spin-off from All That, in which Bynes co-starred years earlier. The show was unexpectedly cancelled at the end of 2002, according to creator Dan Schneider's blog.[2]


[hide]*1 Recurring sketches

[edit]Recurring sketchesEdit

  • Commercials - At the beginning of each show (after the title sequence), an advertisement for an unusual product plays. Products include Trash Cones, Popper Pants, Sumo Soda, Pass The Skunk,, Super Spitballer 3000, and The Allowance Doubler. A disclaimer at the end of each sketch states that the product is "available nowhere. You can buy this and other phony products on the Amanda Show."
  • Judge Trudy - This sketch is a parody of the real life courtroom show, Judge Judy. The sketch features a child plaintiff "suing" an adult defendant for petty incidents or even deserved punishments, such as a grounding or an after-school detention given, whereas the child will have done something deserving of far worse punishment such as painting the White house or stealing a space shuttle. The defendant typically complains that Trudy is too young to be a judge, which angers Trudy even more. No matter how obvious it is that the child is guilty Trudy always finds in favor of them and delivers ridiculous sentences to the adults, such as trapping parents in a rocket and sending them to space or awarding the children millions of dollars. The sketch almost always involves two cases and at the end of each sketch, the Judge calls for the Dancing Lobsters to come out. The lobsters then proceed to dance with Trudy. The sketch is similar to Judge Judy: both judges wear dainty lace collars, both have African American bailiffs; and both insult the defendants. The only difference is that Trudy treats defendants like criminals, while Judy, like most TV court judges, deals with small claims cases. Judge Trudy is played by Amanda Bynes.
  • Blockblister - A parody of video rental store chain Blockbuster. Blockblister is owned and operated by a family of foreigners (Gnocchi, the father; Blini, the daughter; Biscotti, the son) who often find themselves facing dissatisfied customers due to the poor quality of the videos rented - which are in fact homemade spoofs of the actual movie requested. The customer who tries to rent Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, George of the Jungle, The Nutty Professor, The Wizard of Oz, Austin Powers, Scream, Star Trek, The Brady Bunch, Titanic, Star Wars: The Phantom Menace, X-Men, Stuart Little, Snow Day or Tom Sawyer finds out that he or she actually rented Face Ventura: Pet Detective, George from the Jungle, The Nubby Professor,The Wizard of Voz, Austin Powders, Screamings, Star Drek, The Brady Brunch, Tidanic,Star Wars: The Vantom Menace, F-Men, Stuart Lipple, Snowy Day, or Tom Zawyer. Each spoof features the family in poorly made costumes, attempting to act out the movie over a few minutes, usually producing a poor imitation of the original. After arguing over the quality of the movie, the family either offers the customer an egg or inquires about payment, generating an adverse reaction from the customer. After the customer leaves - still dissatisfied - (two customers per sketch; three customers in one sketch) the family dances to polka music while holding eggs, concluding the sketch. In one sketch, the family demonstrates the use of a DVP, their country's version of a DVD which is an LP-sized round block of wood played in a loud wooden machine powered by a gasoline engine which is started by pulling a cord; the machine plays the video of the movie Mission: Impossible with visual interference and a rattling noise so loud no one can hear the movie.

A typical exchange would usually be: Customer: I came in yesterday and rented __________, and I think I got the wrong movie Blini: No, no, no, you no ask for ___________, you asked for ___________ (parodied title of the actual movie)

After viewing the movie, one person in the family proclaims "It is better" then the rest of the family joins and says at the same time "Much better!"

  • When... Attack - "When... Attack", hosted by Amanda Bynes, parodies dramas such as When Animals Attack!. Bynes introduces herself as some ridiculous but possibly famous character, then explains how a group of entities (such as cheerleaders, elderly women,The Brady Bunch, school mascots, and female Hula dancers) have been attacking people. She then shows the viewers two incidents of attacks, first played at normal speed, then in slow motion. The victims then appear in interviews, injured, distraught and sometimes repeating exactly what the host says. At the end, the host tells the viewers to call a number, usually something like, for example: "1-500-I-Just-Saw-The-Brady-Bunch-Attack-Some-Person-And-Now-I'm-Calling-This-Number-To-Report-What-I-Saw". The attackers then arrive in the studio, either assaulting the host or causing her to run away screaming. The attackers will then either proceed to attack the cameraman or dance, concluding the sketch. Amanda also shows little sympathy for the victims of the attack.
  • The Girls' Room - A TV show that takes place in the girls' bathroom of a high school, but for one episode, took place in the boys' bathroom of the same school. The hosts are Amber, an egotistical girl who always makes sure to remind the audience that she is popular, Sheila, an aggressive girl who disposes of unwelcome guests by giving them swirlies (usually executing them in the middle stall), Tammy, an exchange student from Tennessee, and Debbie, an unintelligent girl who constantly states that she likes eggs, and constantly annoys the others, especially Sheila. Amber has a rivalry with another popular girl, Danielle Spencer, who always seems to one up Amber, but usually ends up getting a swirly from Sheila.
  • Moody's Point - An over-the-top parody of teen dramas/soap operas, mainly the Nickelodeon original series, Caitlin's Way. The sketch focuses on Moody (Amanda Bynes), an emotionally exaggerated teen whose mother is lost in a hot air balloon and whose father is missing a toe. It featured her friends, such as Brie (Lauren Petty), Moody's best friend; Misty (Molly Orr), a girl who is always upset and easily offended; Spalding (Taran Killam), a boy who has a huge crush on Moody but criticizes her in a ridiculous way and constantly has objects flung at him from beyond the screen; and Sternum (Matthew Boruchis), a brooding "bad boy" who responds to every question by asking the opposite question. Each episode had its own plot, and ends with a cliffhanger. An episode ends with Moody finding out that her real parents are circus trapeze artists named "The Flying Worthsbergs." At the end of the episode, the screen shows the words "To Be Continued," but The Amanda Show was cancelled shortly thereafter. Schneider had pitched an actual series called "Moody's Point" to Nickelodeon, but the show was never green-lit.
  • Cynthia Worthington - Cynthia is an aristocrat who was brought up by a very wealthy and civilized family. She appears to look nice, but engages in revolting behavior such as burping loudly without excusing herself, eating without using her hands, displaying that she has neglected to shave her underarms, and publicly shaving her legs. At the end of the sketch when she does something even more disgusting, the people watching her get away from her and she responds with "How rude!", and she continues doing the disgusting thing.

[2][3]Penelope Taynt stealing the "A" from the "Amanda Show" marquee.*Penelope Taynt - Penelope Taynt, also played by Amanda Bynes, is Amanda's intelligent and mischievous self-proclaimed number one fan. She normally wears a vest, a plaid shirt and gray shorts, as well as large framed black glasses. She has a tattoo of Amanda's face on herbelly, which is never seen again on the show. On the show she runs a fansite,, which is actually an official site created for the series. Penelope also has the odd habit of interjecting the word "please" into almost all of her sentences (though in her website she puts this down to the fact that she has always been told to say "please" when she wants something, and she wants to meet Amanda). Between segments in every show, she uses some harebrained scheme to try and meet Amanda, often with the help of Drake, Josh, or her brother Preston, but never succeeds, though she is at times exceedingly close to doing so. Schemes include cloning Amanda from her toenail (but it turns out to be Drake's), having abloodhound lead her to Amanda by following her scent, and often breaking into Amanda's dressing room. She frequently interviews people who know Amanda in an attempt to be pointed in the right direction. On rare occasions, Penelope invades skits already in progress (Most Notably 'Cooking with me' where she is chased by Security, and steals the cooking pot to try and carry Amanda with her, but Amanda comes up from the hole in the cooker). Her brother Preston has met Amanda and sometimes asks if she could meet Penelope; Amanda always says she cannot. She once shared some romance with Trevor, Barney's son, for a while. However, just as she was about to meet Amanda, she willingly gave up the opportunity and kissed Trevor just as Amanda walks by, unseen by the two. Taynt makes an appearance in the All That episode that guest starred Amanda Bynes, once again chasing after her idol.

  • The Extremes - This sketch is about the Extreme family, a family of three who always take every little thing to an extreme. Whatever they feel, they seem to always overreact to it. For example, when eating pizza, the daughter begins crying hysterically, claiming she is sad that when they finish eating it, it will be gone. This exasperates everyone around the family.
  • Hillbilly Moment - Amanda and Drake dress as stereotypical hillbillies named Lula Mae and Eenis (respectively), and tell knock-knock jokes which always end with Lula Mae hitting Eenis over the head with the subject of the knock-knock joke.
    • The conversation between the two would always go as follows (with [object] representing the item Lula Mae is holding behind her back with her right hand):
      • Announcer: "It's time for a Hillbilly Moment!" (goofy laugh)
      • Lula Mae: "Knock, knock."
      • Eenis: "Who's there?"
      • Lula Mae: "[object]."
      • Eenis: "[object] who?"
      • Lula Mae: "I'm gonna hit you in the head with a/an [object]."
      • Eenis: (laughs) "Huh?"
      • Lula Mae hits him in the head with the [object]. Eenis stumbles and sometimes falls over.
      • Eenis: (laughs) "That's a good'un!"
      • Lula Mae: "Yup."
  • Mr. Gullible - A substitute teacher, with bucked teeth, who often did what the students claimed their regular teacher did: "Our regular teacher usually... (insert wacky task here)." The wacky tasks included eating chalk, drinking out of a fish tank, giving $100 to each student at the end of class, banging his head into a locker during a fire drill, and dancing like a buffoon during history class. He usually questions these ridiculous tasks by asking "..Really?" and the children confirm, leading to Mr. Gullible saying, "Well if that's what your regular teacher does, then I guess I should too." His personality is derived from Jerry Lewis' character Julius Kelp from The Nutty Professor.
  • Game show parodies with contestants that are characters from other sketches:
    • So You Wanna Win Five Dollars? - A game show parody of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire. The contestant, who wasn't very bright, was asked three questions, with the final question being worth five U.S. dollars. The questions were fairly easy, with four choices as answers. Half of the answers usually did not have anything to do with the question. For example, when shown the answers for the question, "How many inches are in a foot?", two possible answers were "Pink" and "Meat". Most contestants are so lazy and dumb, they do not win, much to the host's annoyance.
    • Stranded - A parody of the hit reality TV series Survivor, this time contestants were stranded in a strange location in a certain state (such as a bathtub in North Dakota or a parked car in a parking lot in Oklahoma). The contestants were forced to stay in the place. Whoever stayed the longest would win USD 1,000,000. Whoever left the wacky location would summon two guards to take them out of the location, and ultimately out of the game. When it came down to three or four contestants, the final three or four must vote one player out of the game. Many characters often annoy each other into leaving the game. Mr. Gullible appears in both versions and is tricked into being the first one out.
  • The Klutzes - A family whose members constantly trip and fall down shouting "HUPDEEDOO!", sometimes destroying things. After each incident, members would say "Not a problem!," even if it was, indeed, a problem. At the end of the sketch, the family normally ends up doing something to destroy the building or fall out of a window.
  • Courtney - Courtney is a girl with large teeth, glasses and a hat who spoke in incomplete sentences. When mad, she would shout "MAH-HA!". She drove people insane by putting on ridiculous schemes such as spraying shaving cream into people's faces or cutting people's hair, in order to get the person to leave for her own reasons. Courtney is played by Amanda Bynes.
  • Tony Pajamas - An Italian mobster played by Drake. He was known for situations involving Candy Tulips (played by Amanda), his girlfriend, and always hitting his lackey, Paulie (played by Josh). When Paulie asks, "What was that for?", Tony would reply, "For being an idiot!", to which the lackey responded, "Okay!", as if it were fair. When anyone mispronounced Tony's last name as /pəˈdʒæməz/pə-jam-əz, he corrects the character by saying /pəˈdʒɑːməz/ pə-jah-məz. Later on in the scene, Paulie would look out the window and see their enemies, the "Al Dente Brothers," who would dangerously throw food like eggs, donuts, and meatballs at Tony and his lackey; this scene would always be taken as a dramatic attack. At one point, Josh imagined his and Drake's roles being reversed in the sketch. The sketch was based on the then-popular television series The Sopranos.
  • Crime Fighting Cheerleaders - The Crime Fighting Cheerleaders were a band of three high school cheerleaders (Katie, Stephanie and Megan) who arrested various criminals (e.g. bullies, thugs). Often, before assaulting and arresting the criminal, this peppy squad would recite a "Give me a [letter]" cheer, ultimately spelling something completely irrelevant to the situation (such as milk, in one episode), apparently to distract and confuse the criminal into vulnerability. After the criminal's arrest, one of the victims would gratefully ask, "How can we ever thank you?" to which the head cheerleader would energetically respond, "By keeping up your school spirit!" Usually, a boy played by Josh would ask Katie out on a date. She would say no and knock him to the ground. At the end of the sketch, the crew would announce their exit with a last "Gimme a [letter]" cheer, spelling something like "bye" or "see-ya."
  • Dooper - A restaurant that served different items every sketch. Whatever was offered, (i.e. ice cream, soup, sushi, cookie), was usually gross. Examples included spider crunch ice cream (with actual spiders), and underwear chowder soup. On occasion, a customer would ask "Hey, didn't this used to be a (sushi, cookie, soup, etc) restaurant?" The employees would respond that it "wasn't their thing" and say that they're now (weenie, cookie, sushi, etc.) people. In later episodes, they would say things like "I'll thank you never to mention that again." At the end of the skit, the customer tries a special sample that actually tastes good — but had a surprise. After hearing the name of the sample, they will ask why it was named that, upon which the customer would have some calamity related to the name of the dish happen to him, such as being attacked by a samurai upon trying a "Samurai roll". A recurring gag is that the family's grandfather comes in from the back and the father responds "NOT NOW, GRANDPA". Grandpa usually responds with "FAILURE", which goes with their usually unsuccessful business.
  • Mr. Oldman - An elderly widower (played by Dan Schneider) who was a victim of constant prank phone calls from a red curly-haired character played by Amanda Bynes. The character often told Mr. Oldman to do unusual tasks, like spraying whipped cream in his mouth or confirming his order of zebras or putting a shoe down his pants or to press his nose and say "Beep!". Mr. Oldman would then say "But I don't wanna (thing that the pranker says)! then does it anyways. He would then scream "YOU HAVE THE WRONG NUMBER!!!" and talk nonsense while the girl made silly faces mocking him. Mr. Oldman always appeared saying, using some strange phrase, that he hates children.
  • The Dare Show – A show hosted by a sister, Sharon, and her younger brother, Toby, played by Amanda and Drake, respectively. They claimed they would accept any dare, but whenever a caller suggested a dare (especially a rude dare), they would refuse. The caller would call them "Chicken", "Loser", "Wimpy", or something of that sort, and the hosts would give in. Dares included Sharon brushing her teeth with her brother's foot and Toby beating himself up. After they would do it, they would say, "Oh, man, I cannot believe I just did that!" At the end of the show, the hosts' mother would find them doing The Dare Show after she told them not to. Then the caller would dare the mother to do something, such as eating an entire jar of mayonnaise, and the mother would refuse until being called a name. She then would perform the act. The callers are said to come from a city in the wrong location, such as Los Angeles, North Dakota and Barcelona,Alabama.
  • Melody & Thad - A duo parody of Chad & Jeremy who usually performed songs that were offensive and inappropriate to the occasion. For example, in a restaurant, they sang a song about an unpleasant experience in a restaurant that included vomiting and snot. Every time, the hostess interrupts their song and tells them that it isn't the right one, but they do not understand what she meant.
  • Totally Kyle - A stereotypical laid back hippie surfer played by Drake Bell who told nonsense stories, such as describing the time he lost a cordless phone, or about how finding a dead bird made him change his normal route to school. He is depicted with long, messy, shaggy blonde hair, a baggy, tie-dye shirt, and a pale yellow electric guitar. He used the word "like" a lot, and always had an electric guitarhanging from his neck. His stories usually started with the line 'One time...'. This was the only recurring sketch without Amanda's appearance (she introduces Kyle off-screen), and the only character from any skit to appear on All That.
  • Amanda's Jacuzzi - A talk-show where Amanda Bynes is in a jacuzzi with a guest, who is either fictional (such as Santa Claus), famous, a deceased historical character (such as Elvis Presley), or a random character such as the "Swiss Guy". She asked them two normal questions about themselves, and then a ridiculous one. The puzzled guest would reply, "No", and then Amanda asks, "How about a plate of spaghetti?" Dwarf waiters then served Amanda and the guest spaghetti, and the guests usually say something silly but appropriate, such as King Henry VIII saying "Long live the me."
  • Stop Motion Amanda - A stop motion Amanda does wacky things, often with a pet dog named Scooper.
  • The Lucklesses - A family that always experiences horrible luck, including being struck by lightning or getting money stolen. Usually when something bad happens to them, someone in the family will say 'What are the odds of that', and the father will say 'I don't know'.
  • Marcy Stimple - An absent minded girl (played by Nancy Sullivan) who always gets crazy. She appears in So You Wanna Win Five Dollars, Dooper, and Stranded.
  • Miss DeBoat - A teacher with short black hair and horn-rimmed glasses (played by Nancy) who becomes the target of numerous sketches, such as Judge Trudy, Tony Pajamas, and even was the teacher for students who have gifted powers for which she does not approve of.

[edit]One-time sketchesEdit

  • Mother Caboose - A grandmother played by Amanda that tells a poem. The poem suddenly became innapropiate in the middle talking about underarm fungus and fluffy white diapers. Then suddenly, she developed a heavy cough and fell off the chair. (Episode 1)
  • Jack and Jake - Two school bullies that cannot cause any kind of trouble. For example, they try to spray the wall with graffiti, but the paint cans they use are exactly the same color as the wall. (Episode 2)
  • Nurse Zelda - A German nurse that invades a school classroom to cure students' injuries that are not even serious, like a paper cut. (Episode 2)
  • The Simians - A family that acts like apes due to the father and son being, well, apes. (Episode 2)
  • The Wrestlebergs - A family of professional wrestlers, whose home represent a ring. They have a referee, and even an audience, as booing and cheering can be heard in the background. (The father and son are representations of WWE wrestlers The Blue Blazer andGoldust. (Episode 3)
  • Smelling Bee - A parody of the Spelling Bee, the Smelling Bee has blindfolded school students smell wacky items, like a hobo with a sandwich, and a skunk in a sneaker. (Episode 3)
  • Meet the Literals - A family that takes expressions literally. For example, when they visit another family, the girl asks for a punch and Leslie (Bynes) punches her. When the dad asks Mrs. Literal to hold a glass for a second, after one second, she drops it. When the father says "You Literals kill me!", they grab something to kill him, but the camera fades it out. (Episode 4)
  • Becky Swanson "Professional Babysitter" - She is a babysitter that came to babysit two kids named Justin and Kelly. She is professional, but actually acted like a baby. The kids have to "take care" of her but, at the end of the sketch. they lock her in the closet and leave to catch a movie while she had a fit. (Episode 6)
  • The Procrastinator - A superhero spoof where Amanda played a heroine called The Procrastinator, who would respond to people's cries for help by saying, very triumphantly, that she would get to solving the problems "Eventually"!, and do nothing, despite the helpless citizens' pleas. (Episode 8)
  • Stranded on a beach - Amanda, Drake, Nancy, and Johnny play a family that is stranded on an island. It turns out they are playing their characters very seriously, as they think a hot dog man is a mirage, the island set is real, and the audience are island natives. (Episode 9)
  • The Snipatorium - A hairdresser store that causes harm to the guests than good. For example, a female hairdresser accidentally cuts a boy's ear off, and she turns a woman's hair green. (Episode 10)
  • Rock-a-Bye Ralph - A bedtime doll that does not stop activating (even without batteries), annoying whoever who owns it. (Episode 12)
  • Wanda the Witch - A witch that comes to school and cast spells on the students. Whenever she casts a spell, a boy named Stanley attempts to rat her out on the teacher, Mrs. Carter, but she refuses to believe him. (Episode 13)
  • The People Place - A store run by Amanda where different kinds of people are sold. (Episode 31)
  • Kelly, the Bath Lifeguard - A bath lifeguard, played by Amanda, that takes her job very seriously, annoying a boy (played by Drake), who is trying to have a bath. (Episode 33)
  • Cooking with Me - A skit in which Amanda hosts, cooking herself and adding ingredients to the bowl she's in. (Note: Penelope Taynt, Amanda's #1 fan, interrupts this skit.) (Episode 34)
  • The Gifted Class - A class that has special powers. Lisa (Amanda) predicts the future, an unnamed boy (Drake) has the power to shoot lasers from his eyes (like Cyclops from X-Men), Richie (unknown) can super-burp, and an unnamed boy (Josh) has the power of super rhyming (always annoying the students). They all use their powers to torture their teacher, Miss DeBoat. (Episode 35)
  • The Imposters - A girl and a boy, played by Amanda and Drake, invade a family's house, disguised as firefighters, astronauts, etc., claiming that they are here to solve a crisis, but they are secretly planning to raid the fridge. Every time the family discovers they are not firefighters, etc., they leave. At the end of the skit, police officers come in, but the family mistakes them for the Imposters and yell at them to go away, causing the officers to arrest them. When they leave, the Imposters return in another disguise (baseball players), and, seeing that the family is gone, go back to raiding the fridge. (Episode 39)

[edit]Cast membersEdit

  • Amanda Bynes (1999–2002) - Host and Performer
  • Drake Bell (1999–2002) - Regular Performer
  • Nancy Sullivan (1999–2001) - Regular Performer
  • Raquel Lee (1999–2000) - Regular Performer (Season One)
  • Johnny Kassir (1999–2000) - Regular Performer (Season One)
  • Jenna Morrison (1999–2002) - "The Girl's Room", "Lunch Bay", "Stranded", "So you Wanna Win 5 Dollars"
  • Jamie Snow (1999–2002) - "The Girl's Room", "Souper Dooper
  • Ashley Edner (1999–2002) - Various
  • Andrew Hill Newman (1999–2002) - Various
  • Josh Peck (2000–2002) - Regular Performer (Seasons 2-3)
  • Reagan Gomez-Preston (2000–2002)- "The Girl's Room" (took over Raquel Lee's role of Sheila)
  • Radley Watkins (2000–2002) - Various
  • Molly Orr (2000–2002) - "Moody's Point"
  • Taran Killam (2000–2002) - "Moody's Point"
  • Brian Ahearn (1999–2002) - Various
  • Dan Schneider (1999–2002) - "Mr. Oldman"
  • Also, Ashley Tisdale appeared in two episodes. One, portraying a girl who went head-to-head with Penelope to see who was Amanda's #1 fan, and another portraying an audience member who had the cure for a cold. In the head to head against Penelope, her hair was dyed blonde. In the audience, her hair wasn't dyed blonde and her natural hair color brown was shown.


Main article: List of The Amanda Show episodes

Season Episodes Originally aired
Season premiere Season finale
1 13 November 6, 1999 February 19, 2000
2 17 July 15, 2000 April 7, 2001
3 10 January 19, 2002 September 21, 2002
The Best of ... 6 January 2003 January 2004


Reruns of The Amanda Show originally started airing on The N (now TeenNick) on October 31, 2007 and was dropped from the channel in March 2008, but then returned on April 4, 2009.[citation needed] All of the show's episodes aired, except for episode 17 of season two. The Best of The Amanda Show also didn't air. The original TV rating was TV-Y7, but now the rating is TV-G, like all of the other shows that aired on the former TEENick block on Nickelodeon. On August 3, 2009, The Amanda Show was dropped from The N once again, but it was recently announced that it would return in the new TeenNick block "The 90's Are All That", along with sister shows Kenan & Kel and All That.[3][4]Starting July 11, 2011 on Nicktoons in the UK, it shows Weekdays at 9:00pm.