As the sheer volume of GIF-packed throwback listicles would suggest, '90s nostalgia is here to stay. No TV network recognizes this frenzy for Blossom hats and Pokemon cards more than Nickelodeon, the channel that practically ruled the decade with a lineup of cartoons, sitcoms, and sketch shows that, to this day, remain hilariously relatable and highly quotable. Now channel's gearing up to cash in on viewer nostalgia with a reunion for one of its most iconic shows: All That.

In April, a series of brand new sketches will air as part of an All That marathon to celebrate the show's 22nd anniversary. The marathon will also include special interviews with select members of the original cast, where they will share backstage stories, memories, and show secrets.

The sketch-comedy series, which starred Kenan Thompson, Kel Mitchell, Lori Beth Denberg, Danny Tamberelli, and Josh Server, first aired back in 1994, becoming a staple of the channel's Friday night programming and served as a sort of kid-friendly late-night comedy show. The show also spawned a theatrical feature film, Good Burger (1997), as well as countless popular Nickelodeon show spin-offs, including Kenan & Kel, The Amanda Show (starring breakout cast member Amanda Bynes), The Nick Cannon Show, and Zoey 101 (starring cast member Jamie Lynn Spears).

Judging by the the teaser video above, we're sure this reunion is going to be All That... and a bag of chips. (Sorry.)

Photos from the 2016 Kids Choice Awards Orange Carpet and Show:

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