Welcome back to "Good Burger."
The classic Nickelodeon comedy starring Kel Mitchell and Kenan Thompson turns 20 this week, so TooFab just had to take a trip down memory lane.
The movie about two doofy teenage fast food employees wasn't a blockbuster, but it was a staple of many '90s kids childhoods, so get your daily dose of nostalgia on this throwback Thursday with 10 fun facts about "Good Burger" below.
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The movie started out as a sketch on the popular Nickelodeon show "All That," where Kenan and Kel got their start.
Kel Mitchell originally auditioned for "All That" with an early version of his character Ed from "Good Burger."
"All That" favorites Lori Beth Denberg, Dan Schneider, and Josh Server make cameos in the movie.
Shaq also makes a special guest appearance.
- In 2015, Kenan and Kel reprised their characters in a "Good Burger" sketch on "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon."
- "Bloodline," "Freaks and Geeks" and "ER" star Linda Cardellini made her big screen debut in the movie as the crazy girl in the psych ward who falls in love with Ed.
At one point, there was over 1,750 pounds of meat on the set.
"Good Burger" grossed $23.7 million in theaters off of a $9 million budget.
- Kel Mitchell appears on the movie soundtrack alongside punk band Less Than Jake with the classic tune "We're All Dudes."
- The first line in the movie is the same as the last line: "Welcome to Good Burger, home of the Good Burger, can I take your order?"