‘All That’ and ‘Clarissa Explains It All’ Headed Back to TV

Do you find yourself thinking or mumbling “Welcome to Goodburger home of the Goodburger can I take your order?” every time you get in line for a Whopper or a Double Double? Do you long for the days when Amanda Bynes was playing her own biggest fan (AMANDAPLEASE) instead of tweeting things like “I like black men I’m very attracted to them just fyi”? Do you know all the “na na na nas” from the intro to Clarissa Explains It All? Then you’re about to be really pleased. TeenNick is introducing a new block of rerun gold called “The 90s Are All That” that will include all our 90s favorites like Kenan and Kel, All That, Clarissa Explains It All, Pete and Pete, Rugrats and The Amanda Bynes Show from midnight to 2 a.m. which basically means they’re promoting insomnia through nostalgia. So thanks and thanks (begrudgingly), TeenNick. I can blame Nick Cannon for the fact that I sleep through my alarm clock numerous times once this thing gets going, right? He’ll be hearing from my lawyer.

Clarissa Explains It All (1991-1994) by TVJunkie08

Source: EW

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