The Tonight Show has been able to reunite the casts of California Dreams and Saved By the Bell to name a few and now Jimmy Fallon reunited Kenan & Kel. Not only did the NBC host do that, he had them recreate Good Burger. And it was not only good, it was All That and so much more!
So sit back with some Good Fries and watch this bloobity bit!
I hope The Tonight Show considers doing All That reunion next with the original cast? How awesome would that be?
UPDATE: Nickelodeon finally made it official! The Splat is coming to computers and TVs near you starting on October 5th, so now you can enjoy your favorite Nick shows from ’90s whenever you want on TeenNick and The Splat. What more could a child of the ’90s want?
We all know that child stars like to shed themselves of their squeaky clean images by going dirty, and Jennette McCurdy takes that transformation literally.
So watch this video from FunnyOrDie to see the new Jennette McCurdy. What do you think of the new Sam Puckett? I love it! The look totally suits the Nickelodeon star.
Back in the ’80s Scott Baio starred in Charles in Charge and tonight 8p on Nick at Nite he really needs his former character to help him on the fun family sitcom See Dad Run!
Baio plays David Hobbs, an actor who just ended his run as the perfect dad on a family sitcom, and now he has decided to be a stay at home with his three real kids while his wife (Alanna Ubach) goes back to work on a soap opera. By the end of his first day at home with his teenage daughter Emily (Ryan Newman), prepubescent son Joe (Jackson Brundage) and 5 year old Janie (Bailey Michelle Brown), he will learn being a real dad is not as easy as being one a television show. Even though it won’t be easy, he is in it for the long run. That is unless his family recasts him, which they won’t.
See Dad Run is the type of show that everyone in the family can enjoy together because they will experience the wrongs that every family has experienced. Like tonight when David loses Janie at a Mommy and Me class and he has to find her before his wife gets home. His assistant Kevin (Ramy Youssef) will come up with a very Hollywood way to hide the fact that his boss lost his youngest kid. You will have to see it to believe it and to laugh out loud over it!
See Dad Run is Nick at Nite’s first attempt at an original sitcom and I am sure that it will be so much of a success that they will be adding more original ones to their lineup!
And the best part of the show is having Scott Baio back on a weekly scripted television show again because it has been way too long since he starred in his last one.
Tonight at 9p Nickelodeon is getting into the Telenovela business with Hollywood Heights. Nick has adapted Alcanzar una Estrella for an American audience and we get an enjoyable show about a girl living out her dreams.
Loren (Brittany Underwood) is your all-American teenage girl who is in love Eddie Duran (Cody Longo), the hottest rock star out there. Duran is in love Chloe (Melissa Ordway) and he is getting serious about her, but she has a secret he doesn’t know about. One thing that is not a secret is that he has holding a writing contest for a new song. Loren’s best friend Melissa (Ashley Holliday) will convince her BFF to enter the contest. Loren will do it and her mom Nora (Jama Williamson), who is her biggest cheerleader, will totally support her kid. Besides the contest the cool mom and the born to be a star daughter will be struggling with their new boyfriends. There will be a lot of drama for everyone involved in the show and since school’s out this is the perfect replacement for what we be missing all summer long.
Nickelodeon has brought back repeats of All That, Good Burger and a bunch of their other ’90 shows to Teen Nick and yesterday they announced they are bringing back one of their biggest game shows from the era. Figure It Out is coming back with a 40 episode order on Nick and Jeff Sutphen is going to host.
No word who the celebrity guests will be, but I hope they expand to their Teen Nick lineup and get the kids from Degrassi on the show. Production begins next month and the show will air later in the year.