Thread: Anyone remeber TGIF??

    • 15 years 6 months ago
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    does anyone remenber the oringinal line up?
    • 15 years 6 months ago
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    I remember TGIF, but as far as specifics go, can't help you. Good luck though.
    • 15 years 6 months ago
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    These are the lineups I remember:
    Fall 1988
    8:00 Perfect Strangers
    8:30 Full House
    9:00 Mr. Belvedere
    9:30 Just the Ten of Us
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    Fall 1989
    8:00 Full House
    8:30 Family Matters
    9:00 Perfect Strangers
    9:30 Just the Ten of Us

    Once Family Matters became the anchor show and stuff like "Step by Step" and "Boys Meets World" were in the mix (and once I had gone through puberty) I had lost interest.
    • 15 years 6 months ago
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    YESSSSSSSS!!!!!!!!!!!!! I finally found the Lineup. Didn't it also have Sabrina the Teenage Witch???????????
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    • 15 years 6 months ago
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    It did, but Sabrina was on it like in the late 90s. Around 96-97 I think.
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    • 15 years 6 months ago
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    Perfect strangers i loved I loved Balkie, Sabrina was funny so was step by step, boy meets world, family matters. I still see all of them but Perfect Strangers and that was my favorite because the girl had my name jennifer and i was little so i thought that that was so coool
    • 15 years 6 months ago
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    Quote by Anonymous
    When I was watching it, the lineup was Full House, Perfect Strangers, Family Matters and Just the Ten of Us and then 20/20 came on. I'm not sure if that's the right order though


    This is the lineup I vividly remember.
    • 15 years 6 months ago
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    i used to live for TGIF on abc.. i used to watch step by step, sabrina the teenage witch and a few others that i cant seem to remember right now
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    • 15 years 5 months ago
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    Wow, I really miss watching TGIF "...we'll see ya next week" However, when I think of TGIF getting old and ultimately being cancelled, I equally think of how Urkel got noticeably older every season and you could tell he was fightin' to keep that "Urkel-voice" comin'... well, that and he just wasn't as lovable as he used to be.
    • 15 years 5 months ago
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    Quote by sweatynuts
    it's friday night, and the mood is right,
    gonna have some fun, show you how it's done,
    TGIF!!

    holy shit. i love you for posting that... i totally forgot the theme for it... ahh! the memories!
    • 15 years 5 months ago
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    Full House
    Family Matters
    Step By Step
    Hangin With Mr. Cooper

    there were many combos to tgif.. but i remember that seasons schedule

    and I think Boy meets world (when cory was a kid) replaced fullhouse later on
    • 15 years 5 months ago
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    I still remeber all the other shows that were not hits like that show Geogre Foreman had.
    • 14 years 9 months ago
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    ah i loved TGIF specially in the summer,just relaxing watching all the shows..i remember it from the late 1990-til it ended,i really enjoyed family matters,step by step,boy meets world,hangin with mr cooper and perfect strangers. i wasent really into full house then. also AOL is launching a online broadband channel with i think 6 stations and it will feature shows warner brothers owns the rights to and two of the shows are hangin with mr cooper & perfect strangers!..cant wait
    • 14 years 9 months ago
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    Great memories, watching these shows with my cousins over my grandparent's house. Friday night TGIF, Saturday night SNICK good weekend combo.
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    • 14 years 9 months ago
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    Wasn't that the name of that company from the second Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie? Or was it TGRI?

    Quote by Toonhead83
    Great memories, watching these shows with my cousins over my grandparent's house. Friday night TGIF, Saturday night SNICK good weekend combo.


    Snick was awesome
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    • 14 years 9 months ago
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    TGRI was Turtles. TGIF was Thank Goodness is Fun (correct me if Im wrong). I remember the line up from Perfect Strangers. My friday night was always planned watching TGIF.

    The perfect combo was watching TGIF, then waking up to the Saturday morning line up with cartoons then Save by the Bell afterwards.
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    • 14 years 9 months ago
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    Oh okay, Thanks Every time I kept hearing TGIF it drove me nuts cos I kept thinking 'turtles??' ops:
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    • 14 years 9 months ago
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    Anybody remember when Clueless was on TGIF (1996-1997)? Did anyone else like it? It was one of my favorite shows. There was also a show called I Got A New Attitdude. Does anybody remember that show? It was only on for like one or two episodes. What about Baby Talk? There were three things that got me excited when I walked out of school every friday afternoon. The first was the fact that there was no school for two whole days! Second was the fact that the next day, saturday morning cartoons were coming on. Then the third was later that friday night, I would be watching TGIF. I use to get pizza on the weekends. I use to get it just in time so I could eat it while watching TGIF. I loved every show on the TGIF line up throught out the years, until Teen Angel came on. Thats when I think TGIF started falling off.
    • 14 years 9 months ago
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    I dont remember "I Got A New Attitdude". What was it about?
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    • 14 years 9 months ago
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    Darn, I wanted to be the first to mention Teen Angel. That show was funny. There was also "You Wish" that premiered at the same time, but both were short lived.

    I remember all the line-ups, just not any specifics. I remember the last episode of Boy Meets World being the night of a slumber party and we all watched it. I also remember them doing a "decades" theme once for each show on TGIF- Boy Meets World was 40s/50s, Sabrina was 60s, etc.

    Man, TGIF was great. I always started my weekend watching it and then Saturday morning cartoons. Makes me warm and fuzzy... but not now that I think of the fact that it's all gone now.
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