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Much to our parents' annoyance, the '90s had such good TV shows that we were constantly glued to our screens. There were such sitcom gems in the '90s that some of those series are hits even today, almost three decades later. Series like Seinfeld and Friends are still syndicated on TV today, and Emmy-nominated shows like Frasier and X-Files are still available to watch on Hulu and Netflix.Not to mention that a ton of cult-classic '90s shows have experienced reboots in modern times. The…
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Rob Sheffield, a veteran rock and pop culture critic and staff writer for Rolling Stone magazine, wrote in his memoirs that nothing brings to life the times you lived through and the people you shared those times with like an old mixtape. Maybe to some. But I will argue that photos can do just the same.
50 Things From The Early '90s (That If You're Over 34) Will Make You Say, "Oh Crap, I Totally Forgot About That!"
The era of neon everything and lots of informercials!
Warning: This post contains Pogs and Jet from Gladiators.
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Perhaps the biggest surprise of the 1985 TV season is the success of ABC's "Growing Pains," a family sitcom starring former talk-show host Alan Thicke as psychiatrist Jason Seaver.
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These iconic sitcom fathers raised generations of television viewers with their own unique and memorable takes on fatherhood
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