90s

10 Facts About 'Arthur' That'll Make You Have A Wonderful Kind of Day

Arthur came out in the mid-'90s and became one of the highest-rated shows on PBS KIDS. Let's be real, most parents loved watching the show with their kids, and I wouldn't be surprised if adults watched a few episodes alone too. The show was entertaining and loaded with life lessons that helped us navigate the world as children. Arthur has received dozens of Emmy nominations and won seven of them. The show has averaged 10 million viewers weekly in the U.S. and has aired in more than 80 countries. Here are 10 facts about Arthur and his friends that'll

90s

11 TV Sidekicks Who Stole the Show From The Main Character

Having a good imagination was pretty important when you were a kid. There were so many amazing toys and games that you could play, but the way to ensure they were going to be the maximum level of awesome was to tap into that youthful and innocent imagination. One of the most enjoyable things to imagine was having a pet or animal buddy that you could hang out with. I guess you could try to convince your parents to get a pet, but they weren't really the same as some of the ones you saw on TV. A lot of

90s

10 Teachers We All Wished We Had When We Were Kids

There were just so many television shows in the 90s that were set in schools. Pretty much every show that was intended for kids was set in a school environment so there were always a lot of teachers around. Some were kind of a nightmare, but there were a lot of really great teachers that we all wished we had. There are of course some great teachers in real life, but when you're a kid the ones on TV seem so much cooler. Which of these teachers did you think was the best? 1. Mr. RatburnPBSMr. Ratburn has a name