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->"Fresh out the box,
->Stop, look, & watch,
->Ready yet? Get set,
->It's Allllll That!"
-->-- '''Soup''', the announcer

{{Nickelodeon}}'s third ensemble {{sk|etchComedy}}itcom (following ''[[YouCantDoThatOnTelevision You Can't Do That On Television]]'' and ''Series/{{Roundhouse}}''), bearing a strong resemblance to the format of ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' or ''Series/{{MADtv}}'' (like its predecessors did to ''[[{{Rowan And Martins Laugh-In}} Laugh-In]]'' and ''Series/InLivingColor'', respectively). Created by Brian Robbins and Mike Tollin and produced by Creator/DanSchneider. Ran from April, 1994 to October, 2005. A little more than a decade, complete with a full cast exodus about halfway through, followed by four seasons, again like ''SNL''... but without an Eddie Murphy-type cast member to keep things afloat until Lorne came back, which in this case "he" (Mike Tollin & Brian Robbins) never did.

Launched the careers of: Amanda Bynes (whose career is sadly going downhill due to mental issues), Kenan Thompson (who actually managed to make the cast of ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' in the mid-2000's and is now the longest-running black male cast member, surpassing Tim Meadows), Kel Mitchell (who auditioned for ''SNL'' around the same time as Kenan Thompson, but never made it, [[NegatedMomentOfAwesome disappointing a lot of old-school Nick fans who wanted to see Kenan and Kel do sketch comedy together again]]), Nick Cannon, Gabriel Iglesias, and Jamie Lynn Spears. Also launched Dan Schneider into being a major behind-the-scenes headliner for Nickelodeon and arguably, the wave of [[DuelingShows dueling]] tween/teen {{KidCom}}s on both Nickelodeon and DisneyChannel.

[[{{Spinoff}} Led to (chronologically)]]: ''WesternAnimation/KaBlam'', ''KenanAndKel'', ''TheAmandaShow'', ''The Nick Cannon Show'', ''{{Zoey 101}}'', and ''JustJordan''. And further down the family tree came ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'' and eventually ''Series/{{iCarly}}'', ''Series/{{Victorious}}'' and ''SamAndCat.''

Series/The90sAreAllThat block on TeenNick is named for it, and the show itself serves as the headliner.
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!!This show contains examples of:

* AdultsAreUseless: Subverted in Good Burger, played straight in everything else on the show.
* AffectionateParody: "What Do You Do?" Parody of fellow-Nick show ''Series/FigureItOut'', on which most of the ''All That'' cast appeared at least once... Bynes, Denberg, & Tamberelli were even regular panelists. The name itself sounds like an older Nickelodeon game show, "What Would You Do?"
* AlwaysSomeoneBetter: Baggin' Saggin' Barry experience this when meeting his rival and later-girlfriend Baggin' Saggin' Mary. Old man Clavis even pointed this out while giving Barry some encouragement.
* AscendedFanboy: Danny, Christy and Leon's intro in season 4.
* AsideGlance: Ishboo will occasionally give a very mischievous smile to the camera when he gets someone to perform some of his weirder foreign customs, a hint that he's just really messing with them.
* AxCrazy: Quite a few of the characters.
** Repairman...man...man... who doesn't really care about property damage and is actively a danger to pretty much everything.
** Mark Saul's most common character - an AxCrazy kid named Stuart who ties up people and takes over their jobs with [[BunnyEarsLawyer insane gusto]] before leaving atop some imaginary animal once his charade's found out. It started with him as a nutso hall monitor and just grew more psychotic from there.
** Miss Piddlin. Her assistant Julio is deathly afraid of her and constantly in a state of panic.
* TheBackstageSketch: The show began each episode with the cast getting up to wacky hijinks in the green room before the show. The sketches even had their own CatchPhrase, with the panicked stage manager informing them they have five minutes until the show starts.
* BagOfHolding: Baggin' Saggin' Barry had a baggy pair of pants that functioned like this. He had ''everything'' in his pants which could possibly fit, and several that couldn't (e.g., an airplane when he kept tripping the airport metal detector until the plane left without him.) In the last sketch featuring him, he found a rival, Baggin' Saggin' Mary, who had the same gimmick, and became his LoveInterest. Surprisingly, there was rarely any RummageFail situation with either.
* BalloonBelly: Twice. First time was during an original era Okra sketch in which a girl demonstrated a "talent" of being able to drink a huge amount of tomato juice, which first shows her becoming visibly bloated, then lead to [[{{Squick}} squicky]] results of her stomach apparently exploding, which thankfully wasn't shown on screen[[note]]okay save for a scene of the audience getting splashed with "tomato juice," a possible case of GettingCrapPastTheRadar and BlackComedy[[/note]]. Then once during a Randy Quench skit during the relaunch era, where Randy mistakenly thinks a girl is having trouble breathing and puts an oxygen mask on her, causing her mid section to become humorously gigantic (this too leads to a "boom!", but thankfully in this case we see the girl a few seconds later being perfectly fine aside from her clothes being both tattered and strangely intact all at once).
* BankToaster: In a Superdude skit involving the superhero having to thwart a bank robbery by an evil CostumeCopycat, when Superdude is incapacitated and the the villain has taken all the bank's money, [[BondVillainStupidity the villain turns around at the last minute to steal one of the bank's free toasters, as well]]. The villain's balked escape gives Superdude enough time to recover and defeat his foe with his magnetic butt that pulls the toaster (and the villain who won't let go of it) back to him.
--> '''Superdude:''' You should've let go of the toaster, but you ''HAD'' to be greedy, didn't you?
* BatDeduction / InsaneTrollLogic: Anything involving Detective Dan, if he even decides to go that far before arresting people.
* BerserkButton: Disrespecting, derogating, or deriding peas in front of Ms. Piddlin.
** Don't ask Ashley a stupid question, and DO NOT ask her why she is so mean to everyone.
* BitchInSheepsClothing: "Ask Ashley!"
** The lemonade stand girls (first Katrina, and then Amanda).
* BlessedWithSuck: Boring Man, Bucket Man, LAMOS
* [[HeartIsAnAwesomePower Boredom is an Awesome Power]]: Even though Boring Man's only power is boring people, he's able to defeat Hypno Pants and his goons with little difficulty.
* BorrowedCatchphrase: As the show went on, more and more characters and cast members started borrowing Ask Ashley's "Thaaaaat's me!" including Coach Kreeton and Danny.
* BreakoutCharacter: Cast-wise, Kenan, Kel, and Amanda were the breakouts of the cast. They eventually got their [[KenanAndKel own]] [[TheAmandaShow spinoffs.]]
** Good Burger's main character Ed (played by Kel) originally appeared in a sketch called "Dream Remote" where a boy (Josh) uses said remote to order a large amount of pizzas. Ed was the delivery guy and the creators loved Kel's voice for the character so much that Good Burger was created.
* BreastExpansion: In one sketch there was a firefighter who forcibly inflated a woman via an oxygen tank and mask. Her breasts started blowing up briefly before she became a huge blimp and then exploding. In another sketch, a superheroine called Megabutt who, as her name suggests, inflated her butt like a balloon.
* BrickJoke: Several sketches had their own BrickJoke, but in a [[TheTeaser Cold Open]] for Season 4, [[MakesAsMuchSenseInContext Elvis and professional wrestlers ended up coming into the Green Room and attacking the big ear of corn because the scarecrow that was keeping them away was blown up]]. One of the skits near the end of the episode had recurring teacher Ms. Fingerly unwittingly attract Elvis and professional wrestlers into her class room, leading her to be attacked as well.
* BurgerFool: Ed, of Good Burger. {{Inverted|Trope}} in that he ''loves'' his job.
* ButtMonkey: Stage Manager Kevin, Danny Tamberelli (when playing himself), Coach Kreeton.
** Just about anyone can be this depending on their role, but the above three especially fall into this trope. A lot of Josh Server's characters do as well.
*** Christy Knowings acknowledged in an recent interview that Josh and Danny were the cast members whose characters were tortured on a regular basis.
** Don't forget Fuzz from Have a Nice Day with Leroy and Fuzz.
* TheCameo: Chris Farley making a few cameos in one episode.
* TheCastShowoff
** ''Played straight:'' In seasons 1-5, Kel Mitchell, repeatedly. In the 10th-anniversary special, Chelsea Brummet, Lisa Foiles, & Kianna Underwood, all at once.
** ''Subverted:'' Every time Lori Beth Denberg or one of her characters sang.
*** Or really anybody ''except'' the straight examples listed.
* CatchPhrase: Like the number of stars in the sky.
** If there is only one thing originating in this show that will endure in our popular culture for decades to come, it is: "Welcome to Good Burger, home of the Good Burger, can I take your order?"
** If not that one then this one: "Five minutes! Five minutes! The show starts in five minutes!"
** Coach Kreeton has quite a few: "You're hurtin' me in ways I can't understand!", "My happiness is a memory!", "Hehe...hehehe...hehehehe...''goooooood''...", "All the life I live is sad."
** "'''''REPAIR MAN''' MAN Man man man....''"
*** "'''''REPAIR BOY''' BOY Boy boy boy....''"
** "Dear Ashley," That's '''''ME!'''''
** "Jupiter!"
** "I'm Detective Dan."
** "This is a classroom, not a X!" or "The classroom is no place for X!" (X is usually a SesquipedalianLoquaciousness word)
** [[NoIndoorVoice "QUIET! THIS IS A LIBRARY!"]]
* {{Cloudcuckooland}}: Ishboo's "foreign land" has some ''seriously'' bizarre traditions.
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}s: Half of the recurring characters as well as the cast itself.
-->Why are you throwing sponges at the wall?
-->Because I ran out of pork chops.
* ClumsyCopyrightCensorship: Series/The90sAreAllThat airs this show without the musical guest performances. Since this necessitates the additional removal of sketches leading into the performances, and the cast saying goodbye after the song, several episodes end abruptly.
* ComicallyMissingThePoint: Many, many examples but Detective Dan had the most
-->Mother (Lori Beth): THIS IS OUR HOUSE! WE LIVE HERE!
-->Detective Dan: So if you live here, then why are you robbing your own house?!
** Second to Detective Dan is Ed.
-->'''Robber:''' Uh, yeah, I'd like, uh...one Good Burger, uh, Good Cheese, and, uh, '''all the money in the cash register!'''
-->'''Ed:''' "One Good Burger with one Good Cheese, and all the money in the cash register!" ''(Watching all the other customers flee)'' Hey, where're you going, dude? ''(Turns back to robber)'' You're number 73. That'll be eight bucks.
-->'''Robber:''' No! This is a robbery!
-->'''Ed:''' Okay, $2.50.
* CompanionCube: The Big Ear of Corn predates the Cube by at least a decade.
* CousinOliver: Kianna Underwood, Denzel Whitaker, & Lil' JJ, all new cast members for the final season of the show.
* CrazyCulturalComparison: The Ishboo sketches.
* {{Crossover}}: Sometimes characters from certain sketches make appearances in sketches that otherwise have nothing to do with them (examples include Superdude saving Good Burger from a robber, Jack Campbell showing up on Cooking With Randy and eating all the chocolate and Stuart kidnapping Ask Ashley so he can take over her show).
** Taken to it's extreme during the 10th anniversary special in which Coach Kreeton, Abby Rhodes, Principal William '''[[InsistentTerminology Baines]]''' Pimpell, Jack Campbell, Detective Dan, Buzz, Caffy, and Randy Quench end up in the same skit. As Principal Pimpell puts it toward the end...
-->'''Pimpell:''' [[LampshadeHanging This sketch is clearly out of control!]]
** In the Season 7 episode where Amanda Bynes guest stars, Penelope Taynt, her number one fan please from TheAmandaShow breaks into the All That set to meet her.
*** Also, in another episode, Totally Kyle [[ActorAllusion introduces Drake Bell]] as the musical guest.
* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: Ms. Fingerly is a teacher who makes too many [[PungeonMaster bad puns]] and sings songs clearly meant for preschoolers. She is also capable of matching Ishboo's father at Hookey-Doo (A type of duel from the Foreign Land), out-rocking a popular punk band, and teaching a class with an arrow in her gut.
* DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment: "I'm Detective Dan." Often inserted randomly in sentences despite him having introduced himself already.
* DestinationDefenestration: A favorite [[RunningGag gag]] across the entire run of the show. Be it hapless people being thrown out of windows, accident prone fools falling out of windows, or most often particularly off-kilter characters throwing themselves out of windows, the writers seemed to think that flying out of a window among the funniest ways you could write a character out of a scene. This occasionally carried over to KenanAndKel and TheAmandaShow as well.
* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: The Cheese Police skits are pretty much drug busts with the drugs replaced with cheese.
** The translations for the various ''French'' phrases of Pierre Escargot may come off this way. For example:
--->May I jump up and down on your sausages? (When Pierre starts saying the English translation, he says, "May I jump up and down on your...", but then stops and says, "I'm not saying it!" before making a silly laugh.)
* DontExplainTheJoke: One Boring Man sketch used this trope:
-->Hypnopants: (After revealing his Hypnobot) That's right, Boring Man. Stare into my bot. Get it? Because that's a robot and bot is short for "robot" and normally, I would say, "stare into..."
-->Boring Man: You know what, yes, I get it, I get it, I get it. Bot, butt, yes, yes. Who's the Boring Man around here?
* DoomItYourself: Repair Man-man-man-man-man's modus operandi.
** He certainly wasn't dispelling any comparisons to [[Series/InLivingColor certain other sketch comedy shows]] of the time.
* DuckSeasonRabbitSeason: One of the Baby Chat sketches did this so Chester could trick Lulu into expressing disapproval of public funding of private schools.
* EdutainmentShow: Completely subverted: "[[GratuitousFrench Everyday French]]," "Vital Information," "Don't Do This @ Home/School," "Peter & Flem," "Leroy & Fuzz," and '''''every''''' classroom sketch.
*** Although "Everyday French" was peppered with real French words that Pierre says before repeating the phrase, this time in English.
** And to an extent, "Cooking with Randy & Mandy".
** Conversely, every kid knew what "lactose intolerant" meant after every Super Dude sketch... thanks to [[TheAmandaShow Amanda Bynes]] (and before her, Katrina Johnson), and many more kids knew who Ross Perot was after seeing the Earboy sketches.
* EndOfSeriesAwareness: The final episode contains a lot of references to the show's eventual cancellation.
* ExactWords/ NamesTheSame: In one cold opening, Kenan uses a magic basketball grants wishes to meet MichaelJordan. When he makes his shot, he is greeted by a plumber with the same name.
* ExpositoryThemeTune: The gist of the lyrics is "sit down and watch this show, because we are here to entertain you".
* FailureIsTheOnlyOption: Well, what do you expect when entering a game show called "You Can't Win"?
* {{Flanderization}}: Detective Dan started off as a by the books police officer who happened to be incredibly stupid. As the show went on, he became a lot more insane, doing things such as going to the bathroom in an air vent and tickling the crooks he was arresting.
* FunnyForeigner: Ishboo; Pierre Escargot.
* GenkiGirl: Josh as Tandy Spork. Randy once asked if she was on medication.
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Although most of the translations for Pierre Escargot were pretty innocent sounding, quite a number of them could seem a bit dirtier. Kenan seemed to be aware of it too. In one episode, he struggled to stay in-character as he said "Please stop biting my tennis balls!"
** There was one USS Spaceship sketch where after Officer Ulcer failed to get the ship running, he says, "Piece o crap". So, they literally got crap past the radar.
** One Baggin', Saggin' Barry skit includes this piece of wisdom.
--->"You gotta reach down deep in your pants and pull out things you never knew you had."
** The background posters during Vital Information were actually quite dirty (I.e. "To Milk cow: Kiss cow, grab udder, yank.")
** One early sketch had Alisa having a sneezing fit. Kel asks what's wrong, and it turns out Alisa is allergic to wool. They think it might be Kel's socks, so he takes them off and tosses them off. Alisa's still sneezing though- so they think it might be Kel's shirt. No good- maybe Kel's ''pants''. At this point, Kel's in his boxers and Alisa's ''still'' sneezing. Turns out a Little Bo Peep-like lady brought her sheep to the taping.
** Amanda asks for a flashlight. Josh Server says "Oh, I have one in my pocket." Later in the same skit, Amanda Bynes stands over Danny Tamborelli in a suggestive manner, before ripping out his still beating heart. She is then nearly groped by one of the other guys, as she tries to pull out Danny's Tonsils.
** A customer asks Ed "Change for a dollar?" and he replies "Okay" and starts performing a striptease.
** In one sketch, Coach Kreeton calls his son a "misfired chromosome".
** In [[TheSecretWorldofAlexMack The Secret World of Alex Sax]] sketch, Ross Perot says, "You got real SAX appeal."
* GRatedDrug: '''''SUGAR AND COFFEE!!'''''. Naturally overlaps with KlatchianCoffee and MustHaveCaffeine.
* GrumpyOldMan: Bernie Kibbitz
* HairTriggerTemper: Ashley in "Ask Ashley." To be fair, everyone that writes in really are TooDumbToLive.
* HeroicBystander: Shows up in a Superdude sketch. Milkman shows up at Dullmont Junior High with both a pair of guards armed with milk-filled squirt guns and a device that can drain superpowers. He uses it to turn Superdude into a little boy, who is then stuffed into a locker. Before Milkman can leave to begin a crime spree, though, several people stand up to him: a nerd (played by Kel) grabs the device and throws it to Penny Lane, who reverses the effects and brings Superdude back to normal. But the real hero of the moment is none other than Miss Fingerly--when Milkman commands his minions to squirt Superdude with milk, she throws herself in front of the hero to deflect the beverage, then charges the men, disarming them and sending them running.
* HeroicWannabe: sort of, with Repairmanmanman and Randy Quench
** And Detective Dan, though he was a registered police officer.
* HeterosexualLifePartners: Mavis & Clavis
** Kenan and Kel were more real life examples. Their chemistry in the show led to producers greenlighting a [[KenanAndKel spinoff]].
* HypocriticalHumor: Ms. Hushbaum, the "[[NoIndoorVoice Loud]] Librarian".
** There was one sketch from Season 9 involving the Rougenecks that used this trope
--> Buford: One time, a tick bit me in my butt.
--> Betty Jo: [[PunctuatedForEmphasis Quit! Bragging! Moron!]]
--> Buford: Oh, Pa, Betty Jo done called me a moron.
--> Clem: Betty Jo, don't call your brother a moron.
--> Buford: You tell her, Pa.
--> Clem: Shut up, moron.
* {{Infomercial}}: Parodied in the Toby Braun products.
* InformedJudaism: Josh Server tells Santa he's Jewish during the Christmas episode. Not that that stops him from asking him for a new computer.
* InherentlyFunnyWords: {{Lampshaded}} in a sketch celebrating the show's millionth use of "cheese" (& 30 seconds after that ceremony ended, the millionth use of "pants")
* InsistentTerminology: Lester Oaks, Construction Worker insists on being called by both his name and his occupation.
-->'''Ed:''' Goodbye, Lester Oaks.\\
'''Lester Oaks, Construction Worker:''' ''Construction Worker!''
** Likewise, REPAIR MAN MAN MAN MAN MAN MAN insists on everyone doing the fake echo when saying his name.
** It is not Principal Pimple. It's Principal William ''(Wheeze)'' Baines ''(Wheeze)'' Pim'''pell'''!
* InteractiveNarrator: "Know Your Stars" (also an UnreliableNarrator), and one particular "Ask Ashley"
* {{Jerkass}}: Coach Kreeton.
* KarmaHoudini: Leroy from Have a Nice Day with Leroy and Fuzz.
* KnowNothingKnowItAll: Miss Fingerly, the school teacher played by Lori Beth Denberg, who rattles off completely incorrect information in all of her lessons and talks as though they're fact. Subverted in that she's mentioned at least once that she ''knows'' it's all totally wrong, she just doesn't seem to care.
* KryptoniteIsEverywhere: Parodied with Superdude. He's [[WeaksauceWeakness lactose-intolerant]], so ''of course'' every single villain he fights is based on a dairy product.
* LargeHam: So, so, many.
** REPAIRMAN-MAN-Man-man-man-man-man!!!
* MarshmallowHell: Ms. Piddlin (Kenan) had a tendency to do this to Julio (Josh) and the students.
* MayDecemberRomance: Coach Kreeton dating Abby Rhodes in the 10th Anniversary.
-->'''Coach Kreeton:''' And even though I'm seventy-five, and you're NINE-TEEN! Ahhhaaahahaha!
* MeaningfulName: Principal Pimpell, Miss Hushbaum, Jerry Futile...
** To say nothing of Ear Boy, Pizza Face, and Four-Eyes.
* MiddleSchool: Dullmont Junior High
* TheMovie: ''Film/GoodBurger''
* MrFanservice:
** Kel.
** Josh. Lampshaded when a fan asked if [[ShirtlessScene he could give her his shirt]]. ''He complied''. Nearly every Detective Dan sketch had him stripped down to his boxers.
* MsFanservice: Alisa.
* {{Muppet}}: Fuzz, Dead Spice, Oswald, Cheeseburger Doyle
* {{Nepotism}}: {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d and {{Double Subver|sion}}ted when Jamie Spears enters the cast: Shane accuses her of having no talent, but she is able to shrink him down to the size of an avocado just by thinking, as well as styling Lisa's hair by breathing on it. When her powers fail to impress the cast, however, she simply bribes them with $5000 each.
* NewsParody: "Vital Information," "Channel 6 1/2 News"
* NoIndoorVoice: Ms. Hushbaum, taken UpToEleven
-->''"CAN'T YOU READ! THIS IS A LIBRARY!"''
** In the later years, '''SUGAR AND COFFEE!!''' ''So much shouting.''
*** '''I'M BILLY FUCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!'''
** Ask Ashley's rants.
* NostalgiaFilter: While remembered fondly by people who grew up in the 90s...during rewatching...''you could see a lot of the jokes are either'' DudeNotFunny, UnfortunateImplications, or just...they don't work.
* NotSoDifferent: Ed and the Complaint Dept lady.
* NotThisOneThatOne: Two basketball team captains picking their teammates pass over the ButtMonkey for various "players" you'd expect to be much worse, including inanimate objects. The final choice of "you" first appears to be him, but it's [[BreakingTheFourthWall the cameraman]].
* ObfuscatingStupidity: Somewhat implied with Ishboo in the early episodes. Whenever he gets someone to do some of the more ridiculous customs, he will look at the camera and give the audience a "JustAsPlanned" smile.
* PaperThinDisguise: One Superdude sketch had a villianess, played by Amanda Bynes, impersonating Superdude(Kenan Thompson). Nobody could tell the difference, except [[SurroundedByIdiots Superdude]] himself, of course.
* PoliceAreUseless: Detective Dan, Jack Campbell, "Cheese Police"
** Sometimes the officers accompanying Detective Dan fall into this.
* PottyEmergency: One Good Burger sketch did this joke.
* PsychoForHire: "Repairman-man-man-man-man-man!"
* RagdollPhysics: For scenes that involve characters being tossed around or going through a lot of pain, a very obvious ragdoll is used.
* RealMenWearPink: Superdude who makes it a habit of letting villains and civilians know about his favorite hobbies during his introduction.
-->'''Superdude:''' I also enjoy...three-bean salads and...clipping coupons and...shopping for shoes.
* ReunionShow: Two of them, both still during the show's run:
** During season 5, the "100th episode" was a live broadcast with Lori Beth Denberg reprising Vital Information one last time, plus interviews with ex-cast Angelique Bates, Alisa Reyes, & Katrina Johnson.
** Just before season 10. Server, Thompson, Mitchell, & Tamberelli performed with the current cast. Cannon made a videophone cameo, & several other ex-cast appeared in backstage party segments.
* RightWayWrongWayPair: The “Life With Peter & Flem” sketches.
* RuleOfCool: The Big Ear of Corn, as {{Lampshaded}} in an intro sketch.
* RuleOfFunny: The green room sketches have this a lot. An example from Season 4 is the scarecrow:
--> '''Kenan:''' Aw, man. That scarecrow wasn't supposed to protect the Big Ear of Corn from ''crows'', it was supposed to protect the Big Ear of Corn from ''Elvis and professional wrestlers''!
--> '''Lori Beth:''' Elvis and professional wrestlers?
--> '''Everyone except Kenan:''' ''Huh?''
--> ''(An Elvis impersonator and two professional wrestlers storm into the room and steal the Big Ear of Corn)''
** And an example from Season 10, Truth or Bear?:
--> '''Christina:''' Kianna. Do you have... a hamster in your pocket?
--> '''Kianna:''' Hah, no.
--> '''Christina:''' You have to tell the truth.
--> '''Kianna:''' Ok... ''(fishes a hamster out of her pocket)''
--> ...
--> '''Kyle:''' I'll take dare.
--> '''Kianna:''' Sorry Kyle, we're not playing Truth or Dare.
--> '''Christina:''' Yeah, we're playing Truth or ''Bear''.
--> '''Kyle:''' Ok... then I guess I'll take bear!
--> ''(he gets mauled by a bear)''
* RuleOfThree: TONS of examples.
** The {{O|prahWinfrey}}krah sketches usually had three guests per sketch.
** The Good Burger sketches had three customers per sketch.
** Repair Man (MAN MAN MAN) usually tried to repair three things.
** Lori Beth/Danny usually gave three pieces of Vital Information.
** Ashley would usually answer three questions.
** Pierre Escargot would give three French phrases, which he would then repeat in English.
** "Life with Peter and Flem" gave three contrasting examples of what Peter and Flem would do.
** In the "Complaint Department" sketches, three customers would complain about what they bought.
** "Know Your Stars" gave three "facts" about the star.
** "Vocabulary With Lisa and Oswald" from the later seasons had three vocabulary words.
* SadistShow: The [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTIn appropriately]] named game show "You Can't Win!" (which actually was the title of a game show parody done on ''Saturday Night Live'' during the 1979-1980 season [season five])
** Another game show had the loser ([[ButtMonkey Danny]]) punished in various ways, such as being covered in honey and "tickled" by a bear, or being ''strapped to a rocket and shot into space''.
** The Channel 6 1/2 News sketches tended to see Josh Server playing an on-location reporter being consistently abused by whatever surroundings he happened to be in. (For example, nearly freezing to death in the North Pole and being attacked by [[BearsAreBadNews a polar bear]].)
** The sketch, "Have a Nice Day With Leroy and Fuzz", which parodies kids shows along the vein of SesameStreet. And which always ends with the sarcastic Leroy (played by Leon Frierson) using some kind of "creative" way of beating up the annoying blue puppet named Fuzz, as a RunningGag.
* ScaryLibrarian: Well, not really scary. Just really loud enough to startle everyone.
* SeriousBusiness: Peas for Miss Piddlin.
* SeverelySpecializedStore: A variation appears in a skit with a retail store that sells only a single pair of pants.
* ShoutOut: In addition to the countless pop culture references: Amanda Bynes' father is a dentist; at least 2 green room sketches featured Amanda performing oral surgery, plus 1 "Ask Ashley" has her screaming at the audience to brush their teeth, & a one-off sketch features Josh Server as a crazy dentist called "Dr. Bynes."
** One sketch featured Ishboo going to the doctor's. When taking a look in his ears, the doctor briefly saw none other than ''WesternAnimation/TheRenAndStimpyShow''.
*** A later sketch shows doctor checking Ishboo's nostrils and again seeing the cartoon duo.
** One Coach Kreeton sketch was filmed on [[RecycledSet a set for]] ''GullahGullahIsland''. Coach Kreeton acknowledges this after several failed attempts to rescue a cat from a tree.
--->"Crazy Gullah Gullah tree!"
** Coach Kreeton is also a fan of Series/{{Bewitched}} and he anytime he mentions the show, he will attempt (and fail) to do Samantha's nose twitch.
** The intro originally contained a shout out to SNL and the "Not Ready for Prime Time Players" with Soup saying "Not quite live, but ready for prime time."
* SpecialGuest: Only season 7 had them weekly (including return episodes with Bynes & Thompson). In the other 9 seasons, though, Chris Farley, Sinbad, Sherman Hemsley, Dr. Joyce Brothers, & post-Amanda Show Drake Bell all appeared, amongst numerous others. And every single episode had a musical guest.
* SpinOff: Though several shows (listed above) exist because of ''All That'', the only '''true''' spinoffs are ''Kablam!'' (via ActionLeagueNOW) & ''The Nick Cannon Show'' (via the [=LaTanya=] character).
** TheAmandaShow is also a spinoff of ''All That'', due to the combined facts that it was created by DanSchneider (who produced ''All That''), stared Amanda Bynes, and had frequent {{crossover}}s with ''All That'' when both shows were on the air.
* SpiritualSuccessor: ''Series/SoRandom'', which was produced by Brian Robbins, one of the creators of ''All That'' and ''Series/IncredibleCrew'', created by Nick Cannon, a former ''All That'' cast member.
* SpotTheImposter: Stuart
** Parodied in one Superdude sketch, where a tiny white girl attempted to impersonate him and demonstrated her super-strength by ''[[MundaneMadeAwesome tearing a piece of paper]]'' in two.
* {{Superman}}: Superdude, complete with ClarkKenting form "Mark Cant" (and even ParentalBonus girlfriend "Penny Lane")
** Speaking of ParentalBonus - Penny Lane, Abby Rhodes, "Heeeere's Johnny!" after Superdude chops a hole through a door,....Nickelodeon has always been chock full of this trope.
* SuspiciouslySpecificDenial: How Stuart got caught at the end of every sketch.
--->'''Police Officer:''' (after all the customers complain about the crazy things he did) Is all of this true?
---> '''Stuart:''' Of course not. I wouldn't dream of kidnapping the real checkout guy, tying him up, stealing his uniform, and hiding him underneath that counter.
* TakeThat; After a caller continuously tries to get the cast to fall for the "Is your refrigerator running?" prank, Kyle angrily tells him to "try your dumb prank on some DisneyChannel show 'cause we're too smart to fall for it!"
* ThatsAllFolks
* ThoseTwoGuys: The two old guys Mavis and Clavis.
* TooDumbToLive: The people who write letters to Ashley always ask her about blatantly simple things. She lampshades it by screaming about how moronic they are.
* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Chocolate (Randy & Mandy), Peas (Miss Piddlin), Sugar & Coffee (Buzz & Caffy), Bacon (Thelma Stump), Everything (Fat Cop), Good Burger (Ed), Pork on a stick (Earboy), Pizza (Ross Perot)
* TranslationYes: Pierre Escargot gives us the following:
-->"De la pootay le c'est il y a signe de la pootay poo de pootay de Patrick Duffy angion Patrick Swayze a la boonyaie de c'est soir nightcourt." [[labelnote:Translation]]"How are you?" Ohhh! Ohhoho! Ohhoho![[/labelnote]]
* TranslatorBuddy: In the Spice Boys, Hairy Spice (Danny Tamberelli) is this to TheUnintelligible Mumbly Spice (Josh Server).
* TheUnreveal: We never find out where Ishboo comes from. Though on a T-shirt his dad (played by Sinbad) brought him, it's actually called Foreign Land and the country resembles Antarctica.
* UselessSpleen: Averted in sketch where a character shows and tells about his friend's recently removed spleen. He ends his presentation with something along the lines of "Humans are incapable of surviving without their spleen," at which point his friend [[OhCrap gets worried]] and then collapses.
* WeaksauceWeakness: Superdude is lactose-intolerant. Naturally, his foes include Cow-Boy, Butter Boy, Yo-Girl, the Dairy Godfather, & ArchEnemy Milkman (the former 3 all played by Kel Mitchell & the latter 2 both being Josh Server).
* WordSaladHumor: In "Everyday French with Pierre Escargot," most of the "educational" French phrases are word salads, such as "Please remove your banjo from my belly button."
* YankTheDogsChain: Josh and Kenan tried to help Kevin pull a prank on the girls for once, only for it to backfire when the girls attack him while he was hiding in the giant object he was supposed pop out of.
* YouLookFamiliar: Superdude's equivalent of "It's a bird! It's a plane!" features variations like "It's Ishboo! It's Miss Piddlin! It's Pierre Escargot!" and once, even "It's Kenan!"
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--> '''Mavis:''' Hey Clavis! Wake up, the wiki page is over.
--> '''Clavis:''' Oh yeah, kick it!
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