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    90s TV Shows

    Most of the 90s were a blur for me. 80s sitcoms became predictable vomit and some of it leaked across to about 1995.

    One show I recall since I watched it stoned fairly often was Duckman..........







    #2
    Lol

    well, being a child/teen of the 90s, that's pretty much my era of entertainment.
    Let's see,

    Full House
    Boy Meets World
    Home Improvement
    Sister, Sister
    ...

    Dawson's Creek lol

    So many more!

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      #3
      That's when The Simpsons was in its prime; I would watch that and then we'd talk about it the next day at work. Seinfeld was big but, curiously, I never watched it although everyone was talking about it. I watch it in re-runs now and laugh my ass off.

      I had a buddy, let's call him "Joe", who loved Friends. I never really got that. He was a beer drinking, AK-47 owning bearded dude with an important looking gut but he liked Friends? Also, he was in love with Alanis Morrisett. I never really got that either.

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        #4
        Originally posted by tumbling.dice View Post
        That's when The Simpsons was in its prime; I would watch that and then we'd talk about it the next day at work. Seinfeld was big but, curiously, I never watched it although everyone was talking about it. I watch it in re-runs now and laugh my ass off.

        I had a buddy, let's call him "Joe", who loved Friends. I never really got that. He was a beer drinking, AK-47 owning bearded dude with an important looking gut but he liked Friends? Also, he was in love with Alanis Morrisett. I never really got that either.
        I found Friends to be too forced most of the time. The men were oddly written and cast although one was able to recycle his character from Married with Children. I think How I met Your Mother was a substantial improvement because it exaggerated so many things making it more like what I expect from comedy.

        Still, there's nothing like Seinfeld for that......

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          #5
          TGIF was at its prime in the early 90s. The Winslow family was wholesome, and who could forget Steve Urkel. I liked Step By Step, even though it was a 1990s Brady Bunch knock-off. I also liked Dinosaurs the TV show. MTV actually played music videos. Beavis and Butthead was the edgiest show on TV at the time.

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            #6
            Originally posted by 6-eyed View Post
            TGIF was at its prime in the early 90s. The Winslow family was wholesome, and who could forget Steve Urkel. I liked Step By Step, even though it was a 1990s Brady Bunch knock-off. I also liked Dinosaurs the TV show. MTV actually played music videos. Beavis and Butthead was the edgiest show on TV at the time.
            I can remember that MTV used to show, I guess "alternative" videos at night, around midnight approximately. In the 80s was a late night thing called the basement tapes that was pretty cool.

            Does MTV even still exist?

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              #7
              Originally posted by 6-eyed View Post
              TGIF was at its prime in the early 90s. The Winslow family was wholesome, and who could forget Steve Urkel. I liked Step By Step, even though it was a 1990s Brady Bunch knock-off. I also liked Dinosaurs the TV show. MTV actually played music videos. Beavis and Butthead was the edgiest show on TV at the time.
              I watched all of those too...well, except B&B. I didn't have cable.

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                #8
                Originally posted by tumbling.dice View Post

                I can remember that MTV used to show, I guess "alternative" videos at night, around midnight approximately. In the 80s was a late night thing called the basement tapes that was pretty cool.

                Does MTV even still exist?
                No multiquote option?? I don't remember "basement tapes", but we did actually have cable in the 80s for MTV. That's where I learned of all the stuff my parents enjoyed, that I now also enjoy I don't think it's still around though. It was going downhill in the 90s and then was completely gone in the early 2000s, if memory serves.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Fundoo View Post

                  No multiquote option?? I don't remember "basement tapes", but we did actually have cable in the 80s for MTV. That's where I learned of all the stuff my parents enjoyed, that I now also enjoy I don't think it's still around though. It was going downhill in the 90s and then was completely gone in the early 2000s, if memory serves.
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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Fundoo View Post

                    No multiquote option?? I don't remember "basement tapes", but we did actually have cable in the 80s for MTV. That's where I learned of all the stuff my parents enjoyed, that I now also enjoy I don't think it's still around though. It was going downhill in the 90s and then was completely gone in the early 2000s, if memory serves.
                    Originally posted by tumbling.dice View Post

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                    ah! cool, thanks! lol "^ tell me your secrets!"

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by Fundoo View Post

                      I watched all of those too...well, except B&B. I didn't have cable.
                      I was deprived of cable television in the 90s as well. I found a way to watch Beavis and Butthead at a friend's house, or at my dad's place of work.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by tumbling.dice View Post

                        I can remember that MTV used to show, I guess "alternative" videos at night, around midnight approximately. In the 80s was a late night thing called the basement tapes that was pretty cool.

                        Does MTV even still exist?
                        Yeah, but it's reality crap like the other shows are now. I really miss the old MTV. Headbanger's Ball was a staple for me in late 80s. I came to the conclusion that Rikki Rachtman's leather jacket is like Tony Iommi's of Black Sabbath. Must be permanently glued on, never comes off.

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by 6-eyed View Post

                          I was deprived of cable television in the 90s as well. I found a way to watch Beavis and Butthead at a friend's house, or at my dad's place of work.
                          I used to go to a friend's house to watch Ren & Stimpy...while having some suds and a couple of bong hits. Funny! But watching that show sober seemed pointless.

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by Amerijuanican View Post

                            I used to go to a friend's house to watch Ren & Stimpy...while having some suds and a couple of bong hits. Funny! But watching that show sober seemed pointless.
                            I was always careful not to be eating when that show was on. You just never knew what kind of cartoon revulsion might be presented.

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                              yeah, i didn't exactly watch it, but saw an episode recently. it was the toothache one. oh my!

                            #15
                            Married With Children. Still watching reruns of this one.

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