Please help to establish notability by citing reliable secondary sources that are independent of the topic and provide significant coverage of it beyond its mere trivial mention.If notability cannot be established, the article is likely to be merged, redirected, or deleted.A recurring sketch that took place at a fast food restaurant called Good Burger featuring a clueless cashier, Ed.

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At the end of the sketch, Leroy would find a way to get Fuzz painfully removed from the screen (like placing Fuzz in a crate marked "Cuba," launching Fuzz into space, flushing Fuzz down the toilet, etc.), and would then tell the children to "Have a Nice Day." Appearances A parody of Spice Girls that consisted of five different kinds of boys with an unnamed female manager (played by Christy Knowings).

They attempt to sing at end of a Spice Boy segment.

There have been segments of the Spice Boys signing autographs, a QA, recording a song, and signing autographs in their hotel room.

At the school, strange things would happen, mainly due to the insane staff which consists of: A parody of Sesame Street that features Leon Frierson as Leroy who hosted a children's TV show with the help of Fuzz (performed by Kevin Carlson), an annoying blue puppet similar to a Muppet.

Leroy would discuss a typical topic that most children disliked, such as homework, bedtime, brushing teeth, sharing, taking a bath, etc.

Fuzz would frequently describe the "joy" of such feeling, only to have Leroy attack him, (for an example, Leroy stuck a high powered sander in Fuzz's mouth, Leroy flushing Fuzz into the toilet, and other varieties of dangerous things that Leroy can do to Fuzz).

One segment detailing about babysitting had him change his mind about it when he met his teenage babysitter.

The skits later became the premise for the Good Burger starring Kel Mitchell, reprising his role as Ed, and Kenan Thompson as a new character named Dexter.

Dan Schneider played Ed's frequently irritated boss Mr.