"All That" cast member and Nick comedienne extraordinaire Amanda Bynes is the star of her own variety show! "The Amanda Show" is a hilarious blend of outrageous sketch comedy, celebrity guest-stars, cutting-edge animated shorts and live performances from today's hottest music acts. The show's outrageous cast of characters includes a family of professional wrestlers who take their work home with them, a gavel-happy judge out for kid-justice, an old lady with an over-developed derriere, and, of course, Amanda's "overly enthusiastic" #1 fan, Penelope Taynt (who's even built a website devoted to her obsession: amandaplease.com)! Oh, and did we mention the dancing lobsters?
Runtime: 30 minutes
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Amanda is a Latin female gerundive name meaning “deserving to be loved,” “worthy of love,” or “loved very much by everyone.” Its diminutive form includes Mandy, Manda and Amy. The name “Amanda” first appeared in 1212 on a birth record from Warwickshire, England, and five centuries later the name was popularized by poets and playwrights. In the United States, “Amanda” slowly became more prominent from the 1930s to the 1960s, ranking among the top 200 baby names. From 1976 to 1995, “Amanda” ranked in the ten most popular female baby names in the United States. The name was most popular from 1978 to 1992, when it ranked in the top 4. At its prime, in 1980, it was the second most popular. In 2009, “Amanda” ranked number 166. It was ranked among the top ten names given to girls born in Puerto Rico in 2009. The name is also currently popular in Sweden, where it ranked twentieth for girls born in 2009, down five places from the year 2008. It is also popular in Swedish-speaking families in Finland, where it ranked among the top ten names for girls born to ethnic Swedes.
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Amanda, pen-name of Esmé Wynne-Tyson (1898-1972), English actress and writer Amanda Abbington (born 1974), British actress Amanda Adams (born 1976), American author and archaeologist Amanda Austin (1859–1917), American painter and sculptor Mandy Barnett (born 1975), American country music singer Amanda Barrie (born 1935), British actress Amanda Bauer (born 1979), American astronomer Amanda Bell (born 1988), American mixed martial artist Amanda Beard (born 1981), American swimmer Amanda Bearse (born 1958), American actress, director and comedian, Marcy on Married...with Children Amanda Blake (1929–1989), American actress, Miss Kitty on Gunsmoke Amanda Borden (born 1977), American gymnast Amanda Bynes (born 1986), American actress Amanda Byram (born 1973), Irish television presenter Amanda Cajander (1827-1871), Finnish deaconess Amanda Carter (born 1964), Australian wheelchair basketball player Mandy Chessell (born c. 1965), British computer scientist Amanda Clapham (born 1990), English actress Mandy Clemens (born 1978), American former soccer player Amanda Clement (1888–1971), American baseball umpire Amanda Coetzer (born 1971), South African tennis player Amanda Cooper (born 1991), American mixed martial artist Amanda Crew (born 1986), Canadian actress Amanda Donohoe (born 1962), British actress Mandy Drennan (born 1988), Australian former Paralympic swimmer Amanda Minnie Douglas (1831-1916), writer Amanda Evora (born 1984), American pair skater Amanda Forsyth (born 1966), Canadian cellist Amanda González (born 1979), Spanish field hockey player Mandy Hager (born 1960), New Zealand children's book author Amanda Hearst (born 1984), American socialite, fashion model, and heiress to William Randolph Hearst Amanda Hendrick (born 1990), Scottish model Amanda Hesser (born 1972), American food writer, editor and cookbook author Amanda Holden (writer) (born 1948), British music writer and translator Amanda Holden (born 1971), British actress Amanda Hopmans (born 1976), Dutch tennis player Mandy Johnstone (born 1972), Australian politician Amanda Kelly (born 1982), Scottish kickboxer and mixed martial artist Amanda Kerfstedt (1835-1920), Swedish novelist and playwright Amanda Kimmel (born 1984), actress, model, and animal rights activist Amanda Knox (born 1987), American woman imprisoned in Italy for the murder of Meredith Kercher, later freed Amanda Lang (born 1970), Canadian journalist and senior business correspondent for CBC News Amanda Lear (born 1939), French singer, lyricist, composer, painter, TV presenter, actress and novelist Amanda Lee (actress) (born 1970), Hong Kong pop singer and actress Mandy Loots (born 1976), South African former Olympic swimmer Mandy Miller (born 1944), British actress, child star of the 1952 film Mandy Mandy Moore (born 1984), American singer-songwriter and actress Amanda Micheli, American filmmaker Amanda Nunes (born 1988), Brazilian mixed martial artist Amanda Overmyer (born 1984), American Idol contestant and singer Amanda Palmer (born 1976), lead singer of the Dresden Dolls Amanda Peet (born 1972), American actress Amanda Pilke (born 1990), Finnish actress Amanda Plummer (born 1957), American actress Amanda Rylander (1832-1920), Swedish actress Amanda Seales (born 1981), American comedian, actress, DJ, recording artist and radio personality Amanda Seyfried (born 1985), American actress Amanda Setton (born 1985), American actress Amanda Todd (1996-2012), Canadian teenager who committed suicide after being blackmailed Amanda Schull (born 1978), American actress and ballet dancer Amanda Simpson (born 1961), technical adviser to the U.S. Department of Commerce and first openly transgender woman political appointee Mandy Smith (born 1970), British pop singer, model and actress Mandy Smith (field hockey) (born 1972), New Zealander former Olympic field hockey player Amanda Somerville (born 1979), American singer-songwriter and vocal coach Amanda Tapping (born 1965), English-born Canadian actress Amanda Vanstone (born 1952), Australian politician, ambassador to Italy Mandy Ventrice ( born 1985), American recording artist Amanda Wakeley (born 1962), British fashion designer Amanda Weir (born 1986), American swimmer