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    • 3 years 6 months ago
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    Family Matters, hands down.
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    Garfield: "The local bus transit is doing their part to help with the weight loss program: each year, they stop further and further away from the curb!
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      • 3 years 6 months ago
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      Boy Meets World for sure.
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        • 3 years 6 months ago
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        Not gonna lie, I liked ALL the TGIF shows. In fact, TGIF was the one thing I looked forward too, sitcom wise.
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          • 3 years 6 months ago
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          Definitely Full House. It (along with Family Matters) felt like the 'A-List' show on TGIF, which looking back at it now is pretty sad haha.
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            • 3 years 5 months ago
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            Boy Meets World
            Dinosaurs
            Step By Step
            Family Matters
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              • 3 years 5 months ago
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              Dinosaurs, and (I'm going to get clobbered for this) Sabrina in the early years was my fav. Hated Boy Meets World.

              To say nothing of... TEEN ANGEL! *dramatic music*

              And apparently 20/20 is listed as part of TGIF. Enjoyed that as well. I was always into non-fiction TV.
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                • 3 years 5 months ago
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                Sunriser wrote:
                Dinosaurs, and (I'm going to get clobbered for this) Sabrina in the early years was my fav. Hated Boy Meets World.

                To say nothing of... TEEN ANGEL! *dramatic music*

                And apparently 20/20 is listed as part of TGIF. Enjoyed that as well. I was always into non-fiction TV.


                HELL YEAH TEEN ANGEL!!!!!!
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                  • 3 years 5 months ago
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                  I liked so many shows on TGIF, but the top of the list is a jumbled heap of Perfect Strangers, Family Matters and Dinosaurs. Just good stuff.
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                    • 3 years 5 months ago
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                    Family matters at first. As I got older I had a crush on Topanga from Boy Meets world and all the doughters in step-by-step.
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                      • 3 years 5 months ago
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                      Boy Meets World hands down! I own the entire series... Any man that didn't have a crush on Topanga has serious issues.
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                        • 2 years 1 month ago
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                        My favorite shows were Boys Meets World, Sabrina, the Teenage Witch and Two of a Kind.
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                          • 2 years 1 month ago
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                          full house
                          step by step
                          sabrina the teenage witch
                          perfect strangers
                          just the ten of us
                          boy meets world
                          nWo 4-Life!


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                            It's hard to say which show was my favorite. They were all good, and came out during different years, with some overlap. family matters was good because of Steve Urkel's antics, step by step had all of those hot sisters I was in love with, Boy meets world had Topanga who I was also in love with, Sabrina was alright but I wasn't in love.
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                              • 2 years 1 month ago
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                              spiffspaceman wrote:
                              Family Matters, Full House, Step by Step and Boy Meets World were all great shows for the lineup. I always had the biggest crush on Christine Lakin ( al from step by step)


                              Couldn't agree more Christine Lakin was my teenage crush as was Topanga ( Danielle Fishel Boy Meets World )
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                                No doubt about it Boy Meets World was the best followed by Family Matters, Dinosaurs and Just the ten of us. I miss TGIF.

                                It's Friday night,and the mood is right.
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                                  • 2 years 25 days ago
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                                  Going Places (1990-91). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mN-jx3yMNuM
                                  For those not familiar, this was the Miller-Boyett sitcom based in a California beach-front house, which of course came with the stereotypical Miller-Boyett feel-good theme song that made you want to hug yourself.

                                  I'm probably the only person who ever cared about it, but there was something about this short-lived show that had me captivated. Like all TGIF shows, this was a cheesy, sentimental depiction of idealized American life, but I wanted to live in this world more than any other. For one thing, the women on this show were beautiful (my heart was almost evenly divided by Heather Locklear and Staci Keanan, with Locklear just barely winning out. Locklear was the TV analog to a girl I knew in junior high.). But that life--living in a cool house on the beach with your best buddies, the gorgeous women, and driving around in a classic Caddy convertible--I couldn't get enough of it.

                                  The type of humor displayed was less sophisticated than other adult shows, but fairly adult for TGIF. It had a hot young cast in Heather Locklear, Alan Ruck, Jerry Levine, and Staci Keanan. Sadly, after putting the show on hiatus, ABC found no reason to continue the show in the Fall of '91 when its mid-season replacement, (the abysmal) Baby Talk, dwarfed its ratings performance. Both Staci Keanan and Christopher Castile would move on to Step-by-Step in the Fall of '91.

                                  Other shows I liked:
                                  Mr. Belvedere
                                  Perfect Strangers
                                  Family Matters
                                  Step-by-Step
                                  Boy Meets World
                                  The Norm Show (briefly on TGIF)

                                  I hated Baby Talk, and I wasn't interested in any shows made for preteen girls.
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                                    • 2 years 18 days ago
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                                    Perfect Strangers.
                                    Full House.

                                    Saturday's on NBC were great to back then 227, Amen, Golden Girls, Hogan Family.
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