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7 Things You Didn't Know About "Good Burger," Home Of The Good Burger

“Welcome to Good Burger, home of the Good Burger, can I take your order?”Paramount PicturesGood Burger is one of those cult classics that still has an enormous fan-base even though it came out 20 years ago. Pretty much every 90s kid watched that movie and continues to watch that movie fairly regularly. If you want to dive a bit deeper into the making Good Burger, check out these interesting behind-the-scenes facts and things you may not have noticed! 1. It was based on a skit from "All That" The 1994 sketch comedy show that helped launch the careers of

90s

Kenan And Kel Reunited And We Love It More Than Orange Soda

Kenan and Kel were the best comedy duo of the 90s, and it's not even close. Their show ran for a whopping 65 episodes, which for a show in the 90s is a decent stint. The friends shot to fame with the movie Good Burger, which is still quoted today.When Kenan & Kel first aired, it made history by becoming the first Nickelodeon primetime sitcom to star two African-American leads. The two seemed inseparable on and off the screen, and they lived together with their moms. They would all hang out together and the boys would pull pranks on their

90s

12 "All That" Sketches That Were Honestly All That

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 StarsThe show would make their stars (or guest