Animation, Movie

Hey Arnold!: The Movie

Ali taps into her 11-year-old self’s hatred of Hey Arnold!: The Movie (2002), reflecting on why it was such a huge disappointment to her at the time between the misleading marketing, the lackluster plot and The Big Scene (you know the one).

Previous Hey Arnold! episodes to check out:

Hey Arnold! The Movie
Television

iCarly: “iThink They Kissed”

Ali discusses one of her favorite episodes of the hit Nickelodeon series, iCarly, “iThink They Kissed,” written by Steve Holland and directed by Adam Weissman. She also touches on the 2021 revival, and of course she digs into the epic Creddie vs. Seddie shipping debate. “I may be an idiot, but I’m not stupid.”

Animation, Television

As Told by Ginger: “And She Was Gone”

Ali discusses one of the best episodes of the profound Nicktoon, As Told by Ginger, “And She Was Gone,” written by series creator, Emily Kapnek, and directed by Mark Risley.

Animation, Television

Danny Phantom: “Fanning the Flames”

Ali discusses her favorite episode of Danny Phantom, “Fanning the Flames,” story by Steve Marmel, written by Marty Isenberg and directed by Wincat Alcala, Juli Hashiguchi & Butch Hartman.

Television

Victorious: “The Breakfast Bunch”

Ali discusses The Breakfast Club parody episode of Victorious, “The Breakfast Bunch,” written by Dan Schneider & Jake Farrow and directed by Steve Hoefer.

Animation, Television

The Wild Thornberrys

Ali discusses the adventurous Nicktoon, The Wild Thornberrys, created by Arlene Klasky, Gábor Csupó, Steve Pepoon, David Silverman and Stephen Sustarsic, as well as The Wild Thornberrys Movie written by Kate Boutilier. Smashing!

The Wild Thornberrys
Animation, Television

More Nickelodeon Nonsense with Stacey

Ali and returning guest, Stacey, discuss The Fairly OddParents, Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide, Nickelodeon reboots and more!

Be sure to also check out Nickelodeon Nostalgia with Stacey Grant.

Animation, Movie

Rugrats in Paris: The Movie

Ali discusses the second Rugrats theatrical film, Rugrats in Paris: The Movie. She reminisces about seeing it in theaters, sharing her love of all the heartfelt moments and the addition of new characters to the Rugrats family. Plus, some interesting revelations she never knew about the 2000 hit song from the soundtrack, “Who Let the Dogs Out” by Baha Men.

Be sure to also check out Rugrats and The Rugrats Movie.

Television

Kenan & Kel

Ali discusses the hit ’90s Nickelodeon sitcom, Kenan & Kel, created by Kim Bass and starring Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell. She reminisces about watching the show as a kid on the SNICK lineup each week, sharing clips from some of her favorite episodes that showcase the silly storylines and iconic lines that anyone who grew up with this show can still quote to this day. Aw, here it goes!

Kenan & Kel