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Kenan & Kel, Season 1TV-GClosed Captioning

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Laughs are in store (and so is a seemingly endless supply of orange soda!) with this gleefully goofy Kenan & Kel Season 1 Collection! This classic duo will have you roaring out loud with their harebrained antics that seem to cause trouble everywhere, from their home turf to school to the local grocery store where Kenan works—and where Kel gets his frequent orange soda fix! It's positively preposterous when Kenan saves the President from a tumbling orange soda pyramid, creates a cure for the common cold, the boys turn Rigby’s—the store where Kenan works—into a makeshift nightclub, Kel gets hired by a rival grocer, the guys try to catch a car thief, and both get stuck on top of the Sears Tower! Plus, the twosome find a map to a mysterious vault, Kel appears to be psychic, and more on this jam-packed collection!

Customer Reviews

I Love Kenan & Kel!

Back when tv ACTUALLY had good shows!

90s Are All That

I watch this every night on 90s Are All That on TeenNIck. Now they need to put all of the 90s Nickelodeon shows on here.

My Childhood

Even though this show only last 4 seasons, it is a classic. 5 stars all the way for Kenan and Kel. I only wish they would play this show on normal hours of the day instead of at midnight now. I'm just glad it's back. Now all we need is "Are You Afraid of the Dark?"

Kenan & Kel, Season 1
View in iTunes $9.99
  • SD Version
  • Genre: Kids
  • Released: Jul 15, 1996
  • CCin English

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