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From Will Smith to Mimi, there was a lot of wild fashion in the early nineties, some of which worked. Today, we’ve looked at a ton of TV characters from the nineties, bringing you the list of the ones who dressed the most outrageously.
When TV shows reach a certain level of popularity, all of their qualities are generally embraced by the viewing audience. But all it takes is a quick step back to recognize the faults, which usually involve one awful character stinking up the joint. So here are 11 sitcom characters that should be recognized for the horrors that they are.
Here's a great Throwback Thursday video if ever there was one. Hub has provided us with a clip from the beloved 90s sitcom Blossom, which shows off a few notable guest stars from that particular era of television, including a very young Neil Patrick Harris, who was charming us all as the prodigy doctor in Doogie Howser, M.D. in those days.
Mayim Bialik is back in a Blossom style hat in the latest spring commercial from Old Navy – and guess who else shows up? Why of course it’s Joey Lawrence, who delivers without missing a beat his classic line from the comedy where the two starred together. Woah!
The last things fans of The Big Bang Theory's Sheldon Cooper would expect would be for the character to fall in love. Even the creators have said in the past that science is his only true passion. All that may change, though, with the announcement that former Blossom star Mayim Bialik is set to guest star
A memorable theme song (complete with lyrics) seems like something of a rarity for TV shows these days. Sure, some shows still have some kind of music playing during the opening credits, while others run the credits right through the beginning of the episode and skip the song altogether.