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Take A Look At 'The Steve Harvey Show' Cast 15 Years After The Show Ended

Decades before Steve Harvey pit families against each other on Family Feud and committed blunders on the Miss Universe stage, he was Steve Hightower, the lead character in the 90s sitcom The Steve Harvey Show.Mediacom TV & MoviesOn the show, Harvey portrays a 1970s funk legend-turned-music teacher and vice-principal at Booker T. Washington High School in Chicago. Along with his colleagues, Cedric Robinson (Cedric the Entertainer) and Regina Grier (Wendy Raquel Robinson), Hightower tries to give the students, including Romeo Santana (Merlin Santana) and Bullethead (William Lee Scott), the best education despite budget cuts, while giving viewers priceless comic

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8 Tidbits About 'Moesha' That Even The Biggest Fan Probably Doesn't Know

There was a reason why the sitcom Moesha managed to stay on air for six seasons. The quintessential 90s show had all the elements of a great show, including laugh-out-loud moments to relatable life lessons. imdbThe show also featured a star-studded cast, including Brandy, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Countess Vaughn, William Allen Young, Shar Jackson, and Ray J, each of whom brought to the screen something that kept us tuning in every week to find out what happened next. Unfortunately, the show abruptly ended in its sixth season, leaving fans with no finale and a cliffhanger that even Brandy hasn't gotten

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10 Facts About 'Roseanne' That Will Make You Miss The Original Series

Roseanne will be back in just a few short months, but now is the best time to catch up on our old favorites. There are a lot of things about the classic series that we may not know, and it might change how you feel about the revival. ABCRoseanne Barr's first TV show obviously helped her career, but how much do you really know about the classic sitcom? Find out now! 1. Because Roseanne was successful, other stand up comedians got their own showsSplitsiderBetween Roseanne and Seinfeld, TV executives were realizing that stand up comedians were a great resource for

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The "Family Matters" House Is About To Disappear, But These Other Famous Sitcom Houses Are Still Standing

Family Matters was one of the most iconic shows of the 90s. Steve Urkel may have caused a lot of mayhem in the Winslow house, but that was what made us love him. ABCThe Winslows lived in a house in Chicago, and they managed to survive 9 years of Urkel's invasions. He may have been a bit of a goofball, but we all enjoyed watching his crazy antics. The house was amazing, but now after all these years the city is planning on destroying the house. Google Street ViewThe interior shots were filmed on a set, but the exterior was

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7 Things You Didn't Know About 'The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air is one of the most-loved sitcoms of the 90s. Between Will Smith's impeccable comedic timing, Alfonso Ribeiro's hilarious dance moves and James Avery's always perfect Uncle Phil, the show was nothing short of amazing. NBC The show ran for six seasons, ending in an incredibly emotional finale. Watching the show was always the highlight of our weeks when we were young, but it turns out we missed a lot of interesting trivia.  So I'd like to take a minute, just sit right there, and we'll share 7 awesome facts about The Fresh Prince Of

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There's A Weird Rumor That Bruce Willis Was Forced To Be On 'Friends'

Friends was one of the most popular shows of the 90s. The show was loved by millions and aired for 10 years, helping to make all the stars household names. NBCOne of the best things about Friends was that they had so many guest stars. Each season had some huge names come and join the cast for a few special episodes. Sometimes they would appear as themselves but a lot of the time they would play a character.Some really big names came to Central Perk over the years, including Robin Williams, Billy Crystal, Tom Selleck, Susan Surandon, Brad Pitt

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11 Obnoxious Sitcom Characters From The 90s That Are Just The Absolute Worst

Sitcoms are one of the very best things available to watch. Sure, cartoons were great and dramas are fine, but sitcoms were the absolute greatest. There were so many to chose from, all with their own great stories. The thing is, not all characters can be winners. Sometimes there is a really annoying character who is necessary to the plot but honestly, just something about them drove us nuts. There were just so many irritating characters that we put up with, how many of these do you remember hating? 1. Steve UrkelABCSure, he was one of the main characters, but

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7 Times TV Worlds Collided And We All Got Way Too Excited

There was nothing better than tuning into your favorite show in the 90s. It was a lot different than the way people watch shows now, it was much more of an event. Most of the time you had to actually watch it live or not at all, and that would make for fun conversations the next day. Everyone would have seen the latest episode of whatever show you watched because there weren't a thousand channels to choose between. So when one of these shows had a special episode where there was a crossover, it was all people would talk about.