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    15 Iconic Crossovers From Disney Channel And Nickelodeon Shows That You Haven't Thought About In Years

    Let's relive these precious moments.

    1. "That's So Suite Life of Hannah Montana" (That's So Raven, The Suite Life of Zack & Cody, and Hannah Montana)


    This is probably one of the most memorable Disney Channel crossovers because it combined some of our favorite characters from the mid-2000s. I mean, London Tipton and Hannah Montana fighting over who gets to wear one of Raven Baxter's dresses that she designed??? Iconic.

    2. The Jimmy Timmy Power Hour (The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius and The Fairly OddParents)

    A CGI 3D-animated Timmy Turner shakes hands with a 2D traditionally-animated Jimmy Neutron

    Ah yes, that time Jimmy and Timmy get stuck in each other's animated world. I never knew I needed to see a 2D version of Jimmy Neutron and a CGI version of Timmy Turner, but Nickelodeon knew we were all curious and gave it to us anyway.

    3. Wizards on Deck With Hannah Montana (Wizards of Waverly Place, The Suite Life on Deck, and Hannah Montana)


    Here's another time that Hannah Montana and Suite Life characters crossed paths — only this time, they're on a boat and Alex, Justin, and Max Russo from Wizards of Waverly Place are there too. Plenty of wild events ensue — like Max having a crush on London, and Cody trying to impress Bailey by getting tickets to a Hannah Montana concert.

    4. "iParty With Victorious" (iCarly and Victorious)

    Carly from "iCarly" and Tori from "Victorious" sing together on stage

    Remember that episode when Carly and Tori were dating the same boy, and then they both find out? And let's not forget the end of the episode when all the drama is over, and the casts of iCarly and Victorious perform "Leave It All to Shine" — a mashup of their theme songs.

    5. Rugrats Go Wild (Rugrats and The Wild Thornberrys)

    Debbie from "The Wild Thornberrys" drives Angelica from "Rugrats" while singing to the radio
    Paramount / Courtesy Everett Collection

    This family vacation gone wrong gets VERY interesting when the Rugrats and their parents end up stranded on an island — and run into none other than the Wild Thornberrys. One of my favorite moments in the movie? That scene when Angelica and Debbie have a bonding moment jamming out to "Should I Stay or Should I Go" while recklessly driving through the jungle.

    6. "Rufus" (Lilo & Stitch: The Series and Kim Possible)

    Kim with her naked mole rat Rufus and Lilo with the iconic alien Stitch
    Disney Channel

    Lilo & Stitch: The Series has a few crossovers with other Disney Channel shows, like American Dragon: Jake Long and The Proud Family, but this episode with Kim Possible is my personal favorite. Because who would’ve thought we’d ever see Stitch being kidnapped by Dr. Drakken, and then Lilo and Kim teaming up to rescue him? I loved every minute of it.

    7. "Ghost Story" (Rugrats and Aaahh!!! Real Monsters)

    Chuckie from "Rugrats" is shocked when he walks in on the monsters from "Aaahh!!! Real Monsters"

    If you're an OG Nickelodeon fan, you can certainly recall this Rugrats and Aaahh!!! Real Monsters episode, right?? When I was a kid, the Aaahh!!! Real Monsters characters low-key freaked me out, but seeing the Rugrats in this episode happened to put a smile on my face.

    8. "Take This Job and Love It" (Hannah Montana and Cory in the House)

    Lilly and Sophie both dressed up like the pop star Hannah Montana, wig and all
    Disney Channel / Courtesy Everett Collection

    I'll never forget when Hannah's bodyguard, Roxy, becomes the bodyguard for the president — aka President Martinez from Cory in the House. And then Lilly pretends to be Hannah to give dance lessons to the president's daughter, Sophie — who's a huge Hannah Montana fan, of course.

    9. "The Hoo, I'm Wild Wild West" (Cousin Skeeter and Kenan & Kel)


    Definitely one of the most iconic crossovers from the late '90s. THE comedy duo Kenan and Kel with THE one and only puppet Skeeter? Now, this was the collaboration I needed to see. It still has a special place in my heart.

    10. "Helen Back Again" (Victorious and Drake & Josh)


    Of course, we can't possibly forget when Helen from Drake & Josh got a new job as the principal at Hollywood Arts, aka the performing arts high school in Victorious!!! Helen brought her brilliant humor as usual and even sang in the episode (and she has some serious vocals, BTW).

    11. Big Time Beach Party (Big Time Rush and SpongeBob SquarePants)

    "SpongeBob's" Patchy the Pirate with Carlos and Logan from "Big Time Rush"

    Ahhh, that time Patchy the Pirate from SpongeBob showed up in this Big Time Rush TV movie. This moment was more random than anything else — but it was memorable. So here it is.

    12. Good Luck Jessie: NYC Christmas (Good Luck Charlie and Jessie)

    Jessie and Zuri from "Jessie" watch a video on a computer with Teddy from "Good Luck Charlie"
    Disney Channel

    If you ever watched Jessie and/or Good Luck Charlie, you may remember this crossover that united these two shows for a Christmas special. Long story short: Teddy and PJ visit New York City, and Teddy meets Jessie and Zuri on the subway. In true Disney Channel fashion, there are lots of twists and turns. And lots of Debby Ryan.

    13. "Fly Boy" (The Fairly OddParents and Danny Phantom)


    Remember that time Timmy Turner made a wish to turn into a fly to watch a horror movie behind his parents' back, and an actor in the movie was a character from Danny Phantom? Knew that face looked familiar.

    14. "Austin & Jessie & Ally All Star New Year" (Austin & Ally and Jessie)

    Austin from "Austin & Ally" and Jessie from "Jessie" on stage before a performance
    Disney Channel

    My Disney Channel phase had been over by the time this Austin & Ally and Jessie crossover aired, but I'd say it still deserves to make the list. Like, who could forget that Jessie got to perform a song with Austin?

    15. "iStart a Fan War" (iCarly, Zoey 101, and Drake & Josh)

    Freddie, Carly, and Sam at the convention

    Last but not least, in this crossover episode, the iCarly team have a panel at Webicon (aka iCarly's version of comic con), and fans start a "war" shipping Freddie with Carly or Sam. During this Creddie vs. Seddie drama at the convention, the audience includes some iconic characters from other Nick shows: Stacey from Zoey 101 and, right behind her, Gavin — that guy who worked at the Premiere movie theater on Drake & Josh. And who were our other special guests? None other than Craig and Eric, also from Drake & Josh.

    In the crowd at the convention: Stacey from "Zoey 101," Gavin from "Drake & Josh," and Craig and Eric from "Drake & Josh"

    Now, THIS was a treat.

    What other TV crossovers from your favorite childhood shows do you remember? Let me know in the comments below!

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