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21 Pieces of Proof 90s TV Had Way Too Much Influence on You

If this is you, you had an awesome teenage experience

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You ever hit someone with a sock stuffed in another sock.

Or you've ever said... "I knew about Jim Carrey before he was cool."

Thanks for the eyebleach, In Living Color!

You were a dedicated watcher of Animaniacs, mostly because you and your friends were keeping track of things that they got by the censors in a kid's show.

You ever yelled SPOOOOON!

You got into debates with girlfriends about which Power Ranger was hotter. And poor Billy never made the cut.

You couldn't figure out why Scully was being so stubborn in light of all that obvious evidence stuff was going on.

I mean, look at this binary picture made by a kid watching static on his TV. COME ON, WOMAN.

You owe Seinfeld for at least some practical knowledge of male anatomy.

And Frasier for the deadpan humor and sarcasm that you still have to this day.

Red Foreman holds a special place in your heart.


But you had an inexplicable, irrational hatred of THIS character.

For years, you thought this was the best talk show on TV.

You ever did an impression of Urkel. And have buried all memory of it. 

The Olsen twins are somehow fixed in your brain as being this many years old.

And you remember the lyrics to the song that go along with this photo.

You had a girl crush on Candace Bergen and still think Murphy Brown is a paragon of powerful women.

Most real life shenanigans in the news and politics can make you think of at least one relateable Simpsons episode. Even this many years later.

The drama of Melrose Place was your guilty pleasure.

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Annnnnd... so was this family.

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You also thought Rosanne Barr made some excellent points about the kind of jobs you were working after school.

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You will cut a bitch who argues that Inner Light is not the best Star Trek TNG episode ever. And still get a little misty when you think of him playing the flute alone.

And last but not least, you still can't decide which of these two things made you bawl more.

Ross and Rachel break up.

Phoebe says good-bye to the triplets.

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