All That

TV review by Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 8+

Funny '90s sketch comedy can spark discussion with tweens.

Parents say

age 7+

Based on 4 reviews

Kids say

age 7+

Based on 15 reviews

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age 7+

Great show, but the real concern is its datedness

There is no real concern here. It's a Nickelodeon classic. The only real consideration is the fact that the show is 20 years old. Today's kids might find it old and not be that interested. You can find it on iTunes, but due to copyright the musical guests have been edited out. They have remade it for the modern generation, but I have not seen the new show.
age 6+

The Old Cast Was Epic

The new cast is terrible! First off lets start with the good ole cast.The sketches were AMAZING! My favorite sketches were "Ask Ashley" and "Vital Information".Even my friends like it.My friend's favorite sketch was "Detective Dan".Which was played by Danny T. (I forgot how to spell his last name.) The guy from "The Adventures Of Pete & Pete".BUT,in 2001 they screwed up EVERYTHING.I saw on SNICK once and the new All That was HORRIBLE.They fired the old cast,and replaced them with a bunch of kids.These kids were terribly unfunny.The scripts became HORRIBLY annoying.Also,the sketches were lame.I mean,one of them was called "Toy E.R" where a doctor fixes toys.Now does that sound lame & dumb or what?! So overall:Avoid the new All That like the plauqe! I highly recommend watching the OLD All That!!!

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