All That (partially lost Nickelodeon sketch comedy TV series; 1994-2005)
All That is a sketch comedy series from 1994 that aired on Nickelodeon. It lasted until 2005 and ran for 178 episodes. It was a smash hit upon release and has gained a large cult following for its memorable cast members and sketches.
Unfortunately, the entire run has not been released by Nickelodeon on DVD or through digital download and streaming services. Some episodes haven't even been telecasted in years. In addition to all of this, episodes that have been broadcasted since 2011 have been edited for airing on The '90s Are All That due to copyright issues, particularly with the music that was featured at the ends of episodes. The program ended up being pulled from the block's schedule on June 1st, 2014.
Availability[edit | edit source]
Despite the popularity and abundance of spin-offs, All That is rarely aired anymore. Seasons 2 to 5 aired from July 25th, 2011, to June 1st, 2014, on The '90s Are All That, but they were all missing the musical performances, the sketches introducing the artists, and the original outros/credits. Most iTunes episodes are also edited, with the exception of season 2, episode 2, season 2, episode 5 (which has an audio issue) and season 2, episode 13 in the "Retro Essentials" pack (which is not available through streaming services such as Amazon Instant Video).
Luckily, the majority of seasons 3 to 5 aired on The N in 2008 and are available unedited online, with the exception of a few episodes that were never featured. Season 6 also aired, but the "Best of" episodes that premiered during 2001 wasn't broadcasted.
Prior to, The '90s Are All That, season 2 hadn't aired for years, which has made complete episodes scarce. Season 1 hasn't been broadcast since 2005, and the pilot has only been telecasted a handful of times during the 1990s. Seasons 6-10 haven't aired since The N's rebranding. It is highly unlikely that unedited episodes will ever air again unless Nickelodeon decides to get the broadcasting rights back.
Found Episodes[edit | edit source]
All That's pilot episode is considered by many to be the most sought-after episode of the entire series. As mentioned earlier, it hasn't aired on television in almost two decades. Over the course of about two years, various YouTube users (Skywren Stoneman, NickStudiosFL, and SuperCoyBoy) posted clips from the pilot, specifically the "Cool Shoes" sketch, the intro (Which is vastly different from the other ones) and the musical performance by TLC.
On September 23rd, 2014, the full episode was uploaded to a private tracker, only to be taken down shortly after. One day later, the entire pilot was uploaded to YouTube by user Greenrift only to be taken down once again. Fortunately, the video was downloaded and reuploaded on other sites thanks to fans.
On September 28th, 2018, LMW user Moiisty uploaded the first season in full onto the media-sharing site MEGA. Moiisty has stated that the only episode to still be incomplete is "A Few Good Men," as the episode was fine until it got to the musical, which it cuts to an episode of Power Rangers.
On May 29th, 2022, LMW user Justine made a collection of all seasons of the Show which they were uploaded on the media-sharing site MEGA some episodes were Incomplete and only 2 episodes of Season 10 Were Found making Season 10 Incompleted . The only incomplete episode from season 1 "A Few Good Men" was found in full in the collection by Justine..
Lost/Incomplete Guide[edit | edit source]
Of the 178 episodes that aired, 29 episodes are missing completely, and 20 are incomplete.
|108||Soul 4 Real||Found|
|113||A Few Good Men||Found|
|201||Naughty by Nature||Incomplete|
|208||Soul 4 Real||Incomplete|
|303||Immature ft. Smooth and Kel Mitchell||Incomplete|
|307||A Tribe Called Quest||Incomplete|
|416||Jermaine Dupri ft. Da Brat||Incomplete|
|501||Blackstreet ft. Mya||Found|
|617||The Best of Josh Server||Lost|
|618||The Best of Lori Beth Denberg||Lost|
|619||Tunes Into TV||Lost|
|622||Dates, Goats, and Romance||Lost|
|624||Music and More Highlights and Backstage Pass||Found|
|802||Alexa Vega & Daryl Sabara/Play feat. Chris from Dreamstreet||Lost|
|804||Jeffrey Licon/Jennifer Love Hewitt||Lost|
|808||Harry Bladder Special||Lost|
|811||Nick Cannon, Orlando Jones & Ashton Kutcher/Monica||Lost|
|812||Avril Lavigne ("Complicated")||Incomplete|
|814||Tom Green/No Secrets||Lost|
|903||Drake Bell (as Totally Kyle)/Nikki Cleary||Lost|
|904||Third Eye Blind||Lost|
|907||JC Chasez/Drake Bell ("I Found a Way")||Lost|
|909||Britney Spears/Nick Cannon||Lost|
|912||Drake Bell (as Totally Kyle)/Nick Lachey||Lost|
|913||Drake Bell ("Everything's Gonna Be Ok")||Lost|
|1012||Brie Larson||Lost (Never aired in the US)|
Reference[edit | edit source]
- MySpace article on All That's success. Retrieved 08 Aug '20