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12 "All That" Sketches That Were Honestly All That

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If you didn't watch All That, you were missing out on the height of sketch comedy...okay well maybe not the HEIGHT, but at least some great sketches. Sure, it was dumb humor, but it was enough to make us laugh until we cried.

The show lasted 11 years, and though you could make a solid argument that the later seasons weren't the best, they were still better than anything that airs on Nickelodeon today!

These are some of our favorite All That sketches that we still remember today.

1. Know Your Stars

The show would make their stars (or guest stars) sit in an empty studio while they spewed off inaccurate facts about them. I don't think I ever clued in that the celebs were in on the joke, so it always gave me a chuckle.

2. Everyday French With Pierre Escargot

I could listen to Keenan Thompson speak fake French all day and still find it hilarious. Someone call SNL to get this back in motion!

3. Anything Coach Kreeton

Nothing beats Kel Mitchell in his prime. This hour-long compilation confirms that.

4. The Inconvenience Store

A lot was said about Keenan and Kel, but I think Nick Cannon's talent was severely overlooked during his time on the sketch comedy show.

5. The Loud Librarian

Lori Beth Denberg could always be counted on for some comedic genius. Even when the material wasn't funny, she still was. "THIS IS A LIBERRY YOU MUST BE QUIET," is something I quote on the daily.

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