“Brink” or “Halloweentown”? Travis and Jason Kelce Debate the Best Disney Channel Original Movies

A conversation about Travis Kelce's Kids' Choice Award nomination sent the brothers on a trip down memory lane

<p>Getty;Shutterstock</p> Travis and Jason Kelce; the cast of 1998


Travis and Jason Kelce; the cast of 1998's 'Halloweentown'

Travis Kelce and Jason Kelce took a stroll down memory lane during the latest episode of their New Heights podcast on Wednesday, June 12.

During the chat, the Kansas City Chiefs player, 34, and his brother, 36, reminisced about their favorite childhood shows while discussing Travis' Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards nomination.

"Were you ever a big SpongeBob guy?" Jason asked his brother during the podcast. "No, you were though," Travis replied.

"What are you talking about?" Jason continued, to which Travis said, "You used to watch it all the time. I hated it when you watched it."

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Despite Travis's recollection, Jason admitted he wasn't a fan of the Nickelodeon show (though did "fall in love" with Doug and Hey Arnold!) and instead shared his fondness for Dragon Ball Z, a Japanese anime television series produced by Toei Animation.

The former Philadelphia Eagles center also mentioned his nostalgia for Cartoon Network, including shows like Dexter's Laboratory, Ed, Edd n Eddy and Johnny Bravo.

"That was decent. That was silly enough for me to enjoy it," Travis shared. "Silly enough. I'll say I'll say silly enough. It wasn't stupid."

<p>AJ Pics/Alamy</p> The cast of 1998's 'Halloweentown'

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The cast of 1998's 'Halloweentown'

But what was "so good" to the brothers, Travis said, were Disney Channel Original Movies like Brink and Johnny Tsumani.

"Top 10, here we go," Jason said, after pulling up a list. "Number one: Smart House. 2. Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century. Next, Halloweentown. I kinda like that one low-key more than Hocus Pocus."

He continued, "Luck of the Irish, very underrated movie. I watched it again ... still slaps."

"Alley Cats! Man that was a good one," Travis interjected.

"I'm sticking with Brink," Jason said, to which Travis added, "I'm with you."

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Disney Channel/Everett The cast of 1998's 'Brink'
Disney Channel/Everett The cast of 1998's 'Brink'

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Brink, which debuted in 1998, followed a group of in-line skaters — reflective of a popular childhood activity in the Kelce household, Travis shared during the podcast.

Travis added that aside from Disney movies, his favorite Disney show was Even Stevens, which followed a misfit through seventh grade.

"I always wanted to be the oldest brother in Even Stevens," Travis said.

"He's the sports god, he plays every single sport and they have a banner of him in the gym and he still goes there," Travis added. "He played more than three sports and I always wanted to do that."

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