It's been over two decades since sketches like "Vital Information" and "Pierre Escargot" ruled "All That" on Snick, Nickelodeon's Saturday night programming block in the '90s.
Sandwiched between shows like "Clarissa Explains It All," "Ren & Stimpy" and "Are You Afraid of the Dark?", the show was "SNL" for kids, starring kids. But, in the 22 years since the series first premiered, its stars have all transitioned from child actors to full grown adults.
A few of the cast members, including Josh Server, Lori Beth Denberg, Danny Tamberelli and Kel Mitchell, recently reunited at Comic-Con, to promote the show returning (in reruns) to The Splat, a '90s programming block on TeenNick.
The gang sat down with toofab's Brian Particelli to discuss their favorite (and least favorite) sketches, dealing with fans at such a young age and being the target of death hoaxes since the show went off the air.
"It was very strange being recognized by people," Denberg says of her sudden fame back in the day. "[Fans were] like, 'Oh it's you!' But I was like, 'I don't know what to say to you!' Through interactions with fans of the show, I got better with interacting with people. Which is why I'm so great now."
These days, people don't approach her in shock anymore, but more out of adoration.
"What we hear 9 times out of 10 [now] is you made my childhood," she explains. "Past the point of being recognized because we're on tv is the feeling people have for the show, this place in their heart, this place in their heart that still resonates. That's what's really special now, people that have stuck with it for 22 years."
Check out the video above to find out why Danny hated dressing up as a Caveman ... and why he was especially insulted about the death rumor that recently circulated about him.
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