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Kenan & Kel is an American live-action TV series that aired on Nickelodeon from July 15, 1996 to July 15, 2000, created Kim Bass.

All of the seasons are currently airing on "90's Kid: The Channel".


EpisodesEdit

Season 1Edit

  • Pilot (1996)
  • The Tainting of the Screw (1996)
  • Doing Things the Hemingway (1996)
  • Mental Kel-Epathy (1996)
  • Duh Bomb (1996)
  • Mo' Sweater Blues (1996)
  • Diamonds Are for Roger (1996)
  • The Cold War (1996)
  • In the Line of Kenan (1996)
  • Dial 0 for Oops (1997)
  • Merry Christmas, Kenan (1997)
  • Baggin' Saggin' Kel (1997)
  • Safe and Sorry (1997)
  • Twizzles Fizzles (1997)

Season 2Edit

  • Pair-Rental Guidance (1997)
  • Clowing Around (1997)
  • The Lottery (1997)
  • Who Loves Orange Soda? (1997)
  • Haven't Got Time for the Paint (1997)
  • A Star is Peeved (1997)
  • Ditch Day Afternoon (1997)
  • Get the Kel Outta Here (1997)
  • Foul Bull (1997)
  • The Crush (1998)
  • Turkey Day (1998)
  • Bye Bye Kenan (parts I and II) (1998)

Season 3Edit

  • Fenced In (1998)
  • Skunkator vs. Mothman (1998)
  • The Raffle (1998)
  • The Chicago Witch Trials (1998)
  • To Catch a Thief (1998)
  • Happy B-Day Marc (1998)
  • I.Q. Can Do Better (1998)
  • Attack of the Bug Men (1998)
  • Surprise, Surprise (1998)
  • You Dirty Rat (1998)
  • Freezer Burned (1999)
  • Present Tense (1999)
  • Housesitter (1999)
  • I'm Gonna Get You Kenan (1999)
  • The Limo (1999)
  • The Contest (1999)
  • Picture Imperfect (1999)
  • He Got Job (1999)
  • Clothes Encounter (1999)
  • We Are the Chimpions (1999)
  • Who Loves Who-ooh? (1999)
  • Poem Sweet Poem (1999)

Season 4Edit

  • Corporate Kenan (1999)
  • The Honeymoon's Over (1999)
  • Girl-Watchers (1999)
  • Car Trouble (1999)
  • Three Girls, a Guy, and a Cineplex (1999)
  • Natural Born Kenan (1999)
  • The Graduate (1999)
  • Aw, Here it Goes to Hollywood (1999)
  • Oh, Brother (1999)
  • Futurama (1999)
  • The April Fools (2000)
  • Tales from the Clip (2000)
  • Two Heads Are Better Than None (2000)

Broadcast HistoryEdit