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Dan Schneider Presents: Ask Ashley’s Best Advice Ever

Amanda Bynes’ classic “All That” segment, “Ask Ashley,” featured the then-10 year old giving advice to some, well, seriously troubled letter writers. Shouting at the top of one’s lungs might not be the best way to share wisdom, it sure made for great entertainment! And no matter how silly the questions asked were, we always found her advice pretty inspired. Even if it earned the camera person a smack on the head.

So here is the best advice given by Ask Ashley (Thaaaaat’s me!). May you never need it!


One letter writer expressed ire when her mom made her sandwich with the peanut butter and jelly on the wrong pieces of bread. Ashley immediately spots the flawed logic here, as simply turning the sandwich over would reverse which slice is which!

This might be more instructive than you think if you replace sandwich with pillow, and you find yourself warm at night. Turn the stinkin’ pillow over and you’ll be super cool.


When a letter writer expresses worry about breaking her legs after jumping out the window of her second-story bedroom, and wonders how to avoid such injuries when leaving the house, Ashley is not having this nonsense. “Take the stairs, Einstein!” she bellows.

This is actually pretty good advice for anyone: jumping out of the window is a recipe for disaster. FYI. If you didn’t know.


A very smelly letter-writer named Eugene is upset when he gets dirtier every day— so dirty, in fact, that his own grandmother can’t stand it! Ashley’s advice? You guessed it: take a bath, for Pete’s sake, Eugene!

This may seem like common sense, and that’s because it totally is. But even those of us that bathe regularly can impart wisdom from this advice, as bathtime can be a really relaxing way to stay clean and unwind after a stressful day.


A very thirsty letter writer named Emily seeks Ashley’s advice because, well, she’s thirsty and has been for weeks. No word on how she survived to tell the tale, but Ashley has fool-proof answerhydration! and some other choice words for the “dry-mouthed weirdo.”


When Reggie writes Ashley about an uncooperative pet fish, Ashley is (as usual) flabbergasted at his stupidity: he’s been trying to take his goldfish for a walk! “Fish got no feet!” she screams, “and you got no brain!”

Low blow? Maybe, but Reggie should have definitely known better. And for all of you out there with an uncooperative pet, friend, or partner, take note: forcing someone or something to do something they are not capable of is just not right! Sometimes the best place for a fish is in the water where it belongs.

Thanks for the stellar advice, Ashley! What would we do without you?

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Dan Schneider Presents: Ice Cube Performance on the “All That” Stage

Ice Cube really needs no introduction. He’s managed to stay in the spotlight for four different decades while constantly shifting his creative focus. In the 80’s and early 90’s he part of the seminal rap groups C.I.A. and N.W.A., and in the late 90’s and 2000’s he was a movie star, and in the past few years he’s started to break into filmmaking and producing.

The guy can do it all. Even his son, O’Shea Jr., is a Hollywood star after playing his father in the 2015 film “Straight Outta Compton.”

Before appearing on Dan Schneider’s “All That” back in 1998, Ice Cube’s career mostly revolved around rapping. However in 1993 he starred in the smash-hit “Friday,” which was basically the Mona Lisa of his film career. And guess what? He wrote the screenplay for that as well!

Ice Cube in “Friday”

After cementing himself as a breakout comedy star, he began expanding his palates by taking roles in action movies. He appeared next to George Clooney and Mark Wahlberg in the action flick “Three Kings,” and continued his foray into the high-octane sphere by taking a role as a special agent in “XXX: State of the Union.”

Despite having fun with explosions and massive set pieces, Ice Cube is really a comedian at his core. He starred in the comedic masterpiece known as “Barbershop” in 2002, and the popular family film “Are We There Yet?” in 2005.

Ice Cube as Calvin in “Barbershop”

Speaking of that, Ice Cube has maintained a soft spot for the family entertainment sphere throughout his career. In 2014 he appeared next to Elmo on Sesame Street, as well as making a sequel to “Are We There Yet?” a few years later.

In recent years Ice Cube starred in both “21 Jump Street,” and “22 Jump Street” next to Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill, showcasing his longevity in the entertainment industry.

As always, it’s a huge treat to watch artists like Ice Cube performing way back in the day, so make sure not to miss the video! After Kenan’s introduction, Ice Cube performs “We Be Clubbin” for the excited studio audience on Nickelodeon’s “All That.”

Ice Cube has been successful in four different decades in music, film and television and  we can’t wait to see what industries he dominates in the decades to come!

All That” is an American, live-action sketch comedy-variety show, which aired on Nickelodeon from 1994 to 2005, lasting ten seasons. “All That” was produced by Dan Schneider, and produced breakout stars including Kenan Thompson and Amanda Bynes. Dan Schneider is an American actor, TV and film actor, and producer.

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Schneider’s Bakery, Inc. is a television production company founded by Dan Schneider. Television shows produced under the Schneider’s Bakery banner are noted for using the same stable of writers on all series, something that is atypical for scripted television series and especially sitcoms that are created by the same writer; staff writers working for most of Schneider’s series include Andrew Hill Newman, George Doty IV and Jake Farrow among others.

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