A "Good Burger" reunion on "The Tonight Show" this week brought Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell together once again to recreate their infamous "All That" sketch.
Thompson, now a fixture on NBC's "Saturday Night Live," and Mitchell starred in a regular "Good Burger" sketch that was a staple on the Nickelodeon 1990s variety show "All That." The sketch was so popular that it was made into a 1997 movie.
The two also had their own spinoff series "Kenan & Kel" on Nickelodeon from 1996 to 2000, according to E! Online.
"Back in the '90s I worked in a fast-food restaurant," "Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon said at the beginning of the reunion segment Wednesday. "I remember it like it was yesterday."
Mitchell played Ed, the manager of "Good Burger," while Fallon posed as an employee. Thompson, playing a construction worker customer, then strolled into the restaurant.
"In the midst of promoting his Nickelodeon show 'Game Shakers' . . . Kel Mitchell joined Jimmy on the set of 'Good Burger' to recreate the classic 'All That' sketch, and it was a truly magical seven minutes," E! Online reported.
The "Good Burger" episode was Fallon's most recent trip to '90s nostalgia. He previously staged reunions for the cast of "Saved by the Bell" and "Full House" for "Tonight Show" segments.
Numerous people on social media loved the "Good Burger" reunion as well.
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