Thread: Best shows of the 90's?

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    Quote by millerman1983
    Oh man! I used to watch Wishbone after school on PBS, then I'd watch Bill Nye The Science Guy... it was that or Power Rangers... Personally Wishbone would kick all the Power Rangers' asses.


    Unfoutunatly Bill Nye Died in a Tragic Science Accident doing what he loved doing the show
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    ^ Your not seirous are you? Links plz!
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    aLEX MAX AND OCEAN GIRL WE CANT FORGET THOSE PEOple oh and i loved so wired although i was a lil older when i watched that
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    Animated:

    Gargoyles
    The Tick
    Beavis and Butthead
    Aeon Flux
    Liquid Televison
    The Brother's Grunt
    The Maxx
    The Head
    Spawn
    Defenders of Dynatron City (short lived)
    Attack of the Killer Tomatos (I loved when the tomatos won)
    Animaniacs
    Peter Pan and the Pirates( Captian Hook was Great)
    Phantom 2040
    Teknoman

    Live action:

    Strange Luck
    The X-Files(any episode before the movie)
    The Tick (short lived)
    New York Undercover
    Dark Shadows(early 90's version)
    Tales From the Crypt
    Married With Children
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    Eek the Cat, Eek the Cat oh and did I mention Eek The cat?
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    my favorites were definitely rocko's modern life, are you afraid of the dark, pete and pete, most 90's nick game shows, ahh! real monsters, freakazoid, tiny toons and ren and stimpy, animated spiderman/x-man, any fox kids show, and goosebumps. just to name a few
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    Quote by Richyrich
    Someone should make a Tv station dedicated to only playing shows from the 90s, that would be awesome.
    I hope to become rich (somehow) and create a cartoon station that plays most of the good 80's and 90's cartoons, even the ones with short lived series! haha oh and a Station that plays all the great 80's and 90's tv shows that don't get any replays today.

    Anyone remember Herman's Head??? damn funny show in the early. That show called "Monsters" that was sort of like "Tales from the Darkside and Tales from the Crypt"? I used to love that show on Sunday nights. 90's. Hyperion Bay anyone?? (Zach from Save By the Bell) I hated when the WB cancelled that show, it was right before (or at the time) that Dawsons Creek started.
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    • 15 years 6 months ago
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    Quote by Richyrich
    Someone should make a Tv station dedicated to only playing shows from the 90s, that would be awesome.
    I hope to become rich (somehow) and create a cartoon station that plays most of the good 80's and 90's cartoons, even the ones with short lived series! haha oh and a Station that plays all the great 80's and 90's tv shows that don't get any replays today.

    Anyone remember Herman's Head??? damn funny show in the early. That show called "Monsters" that was sort of like "Tales from the Darkside and Tales from the Crypt"? I used to love that show on Sunday nights. 90's. Hyperion Bay anyone?? (Zach from Save By the Bell) I hated when the WB cancelled that show, it was right before (or at the time) that Dawsons Creek started.



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    • 15 years 6 months ago
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    Anyone remember Herman's Head??? damn funny show in the early.

    Yeah, I used to watch that...he was always fighting with that blonde chick 'Heddy' or something. If I remember right, this was on Fox around the same year as The Ben Stiller show.
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    A bunch of us are patiently waiting for TALES FROM THE DARKSIDE to find its way to DVD.

    That along with the Twilight Zone movie are the two that make my list for "Really want". NOw that the 1980's version THE TWILIGHT ZONE series is out on DVD, this show is really like the last one of my major favorites from the 80's to not find its way to DVD.

    Sadly, I dont think The Twilight Zone will ever make its way onto DVD because of all the controversy and the deaths of the actors and stuff.

    "There is...a place...UNSEEN by Most.."

    I never really cared for Monsters....I considered it a ripoff of Darkside and other, better shows that had come before it....but given the crap thats on TV today, I'd gladly take that show today.
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    OK! here are the top 90s shows


    1. Saved by the Bell
    2. California Dreams
    3. Doug
    4. Hey Dude
    5. Salute your Shorts
    6. Clarissa Explains it all
    7. Legends of the Hidden Temple
    8. Global Guts
    9. Power Rangers
    10. Are you afraid of the Dark?
    11. You Can't do that on TV
    12. Fraggle Rock (or was that 80z)
    13. The Littles
    14. Alex Mack
    15. Captain Planet
    16. THe Smurfs
    17. The Snorks
    18. Garfield and Friends
    20. Inspector Gadget
    21.Shelby Woo
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    • 15 years 6 months ago
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    Oy, Saved by the Bell is your top choice? Egads.
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