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Prepare your inner '90s child for some intense nostalgia feels.

The cast of Nickelodeon's sketch comedy show All That reunited at Stan Lee's Comikaze Expo in Los Angeles to talk about the iconic show.

They even had a chance to sing the All That theme song, which was almost too adorable.

It was glorious.

Lori Beth Denberg was there, and apparently she hasn't aged at all.

If you don't remember All That, start out with this clip of Chris Farley with Kenan Thompson.

And then fall down a YouTube rabbit hole as you relive the '90s.

Crime of The Day: Man Kills 'Zombie' Friend After Binge-Watching 'The Walking Dead'
Via: USA TODAY
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A man who had just finished binge-watching The Walking Dead on Netflix told police he killed his friend because the victim was slowly turning into a zombie.

Police say the New Mexico man, 23-year-old Damon Perry, beat his pal to death with an electric guitar and microwave before being taken into custody for threatening people with a knife around his apartment complex.

Wow, no chill.

Two maintenance workers held down the man before police arrived.

He was taken into custody where he told police his friend tried to bite him, Walker style.

A local newspaper says Perry was intoxicated at the time of arrest.

Did the suspect look something like this?

PewDiePie of The Day: Youtuber Teams up With 'The Walking Dead' Creators For New Show
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PewDiePie is looking to cash in even more on his YouTube video empire, and he's getting a little help from the creators of The Walking Dead.

He's getting a brand new show, and it sounds highly entertaining.

The new series will be featured on YouTube's subscription service, YouTube Red. The show is set to be called Scare PewDiePie, and will be a half-reality, half-prank show.

The Walking Dead creators and Maker Studios will team up to drop PewDiePie into real-life versions of some of the horrifying video game situations he encounters.

YouTube Red will be available Oct. 28 for $9.99 a month.

Other original shows on the service includes projects by the Fine Brothers and College Humor.

Creepy Stuff of The Day: Psychic Medium Set to Perform Live Exorcism on TV
Via: People
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This could either be really entertaining or really stupid. Probably both.

This Halloween Eve, psychic medium Chip Coffey and the reality stars of Ghost Asylum are going to try to cleanse the home in Missouri that inspired the 1971 film The Exorcist.

They are calling it Exorcism: Live!, which, despite the title, is not a musical.

Jodi Tovay, senior manager of development and production at Discovery Communications, sat down with People to give her thoughts on the upcoming show.

"This is the most dangerous night in television. When you're dealing with the spirit world, there are actual physical risks involved," she warns.

"It is not a hoax. This is a real story that happened and we are telling it. We want you to watch our show and prove us wrong. I dare you not to be scared."

Well, now you've convinced us! This is totally real and not a gimmick at all.

Spooky.

New Couple of the Day: Meet Denise, Kermit's New Lover
Via: ABC
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Kermit the Frog has got a new boo.

After Kermit and Miss Piggy announced their split earlier this summer, Kermit told the press that he had a new love in his life. Well, now we finally have a peek at the happy couple.

Meet Denise, Kermit's girlfriend. She's also a pig, but seems to be a bit more chill than Miss Piggy.

As with most things, reactions were mixed on the Internet.

But it doesn't seem like Miss Piggy even cares to notice all of the new attention on Denise.

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Oh good, crazy Jaoquin Phoenix is back.

On the "Late Show with David Letterman" Monday night, Phoenix got into an insane yoga position called "harness of the hog" and then casually dropped some very big news: that he was getting married to his yoga instructor.

Wait… what?

But it turned out that whole part about getting engaged was a lie to make his story sound more interesting.

"I think like my life's so boring, and it seemed like something exciting to talk about, and I wanted the audience to like me," he told Good Morning America. "They really like people getting married."

Several years ago, a bearded Phoenix was a guest on Letterman in one of the most bizarre interviews of late night TV. The whole thing turned out to be a very elaborate hoax.

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Talk about a government takeover!

"The Colbert Report" was broadcasting from Washington D.C. on Monday when President Obama appeared on stage to announce that he was stepping in for Stephen Colbert in his segment "The Word."

Since Colbert had take so many shots at his job over the years, he said, he wanted a shot at his. And because he is the president, he naturally changed it to "The Decree."

"Nation, as you know, I, Stephen Colbert, have never cared for our president," Obama says to kick off the piece called "To Health in a Handbasket."

While discussing his health care plan, he made fun of himself in the third person, Republicans and even the "fake news" channel "Fox News."

The Colbert Report is in its final stretch with the last episode to air December 18.

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