"This is Allll That, this is Allll That!"

The theme song and awkward dancing comes right back, doesn't it? The cast of your favorite '90s variety show All That reunited over the weekend at Stan Lee's Comikaze Expo in Los Angeles to talk about the iconic show and obviously, to sing the theme song.

Two generations of the cast were up onstage to belt the theme song a cappella and thankfully, there was rapping and awkward beatboxing. 

You remember the song, right? "Fresh out the box! Stop, look, and watch! Ready yet? Get set! It's all that!"

We will now have that stuck in our head for the rest of the day.

All That Reunion, Stan Lee Expo

Christina Kirkman

Christina Kirkman, the youngest in the group and castmember for seasons nine and 10 told E! News that the cast was just as excited about the panel as the fans were.

"Talking about the show was so bittersweet I think for all of us," she says. "At the end of the panel we all sang the All That theme song with the fans which was the coolest thing ever."

Kirkman got on the show after she won a Nickelodeon contest looking for the funniest kid in America. She said that working on the show was a kid's dream.

"We were all tutored on set so the schoolroom was always where all the drama would go down. We would be on set for really long hours but there would be a lot of downtime so we needed to find ways to keep ourselves entertained," she recalls. "The older kids would prank each other a lot. There was also lots of awkward dancing."

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Kel Mitchell, Lisa Foiles, Alisa Reyes, Angelique Bates and many more castmembers were also there to talk to fans and bring on all the nostalgic feels. This is the second time in less than a month that the All That cast came back together (they had a panel New York Comic Con), so does this mean a reunion movie or TV special could be on the way? 

"On the panel we talked about how All That was so unique as a kid's show because it never talked down to kids. It was comedy that they could relate to and laugh at and I think kids need that," Kirkman says. "Nickelodeon fans, especially, have been very vocal about what they want to see again. They miss '90s TV shows and they've been saying they want All That to come back! I think we all have dreams about that."


All That Reunion, Stan Lee Expo

Christina Kirkman

I guess we will have to wait and see on that one!

Thank you, All That cast, for making our childhood dreams come true...if only for a one-hour panel.

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