90s

10 Best Lines From "Whose Line Is It Anyway?"

This was arguably one of the only comedy shows from the late '90s to early '00s that required you to have a box of tissues handy to dab away all those tears of joy. If you're one to be easily offended, this show was probably not your favorite. BuzzFeedSee what I mean? Now that's not to say everything in this show was offensive, but anything can happen when many scenes are improvised. It wasn't just what they said that was funny, but how they said it. Here are 10 lines that will have you missing the first American version of

80s

7 Shows From The 80s That No One Bothers To Mention Anymore

There are shows we all remember from our childhood, like Family Ties, M*A*S*H, The Wonder Years, etc. But amidst all those generational favorites, there were other TV shows that didn't get as much attention. Some might even call them forgotten. These shows might not have deserved to be held as high as the rest, but they certainly didn't deserve to be locked in the proverbial basement. 1. My Sister SamCBS/AOLYou probably remember the show Mork & Mindy, but few people remember the short-lived spin-off, My Sister Pam. The show premiered in 1986 to solid ratings, but the

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10 Stars You Definitely Forgot Were On "7th Heaven"

For 11 seasons, 7th Heaven gave us feel-good television the whole family could enjoy. The Camden family gave us entertainment week after week, and you can probably remember each storyline vividly. But what you may not remember is the number of rising stars who had guest appearances on the show. 1. UsherFame10In 2002, Usher was already a Grammy Award-winning artist. But no one is too important to appear on 7th Heaven. The music star played a radio DJ named Will in the season 7 episode, "A Cry For Help."2. Aaron CarterThe WBLook, it's everyone's embarrassing crush from their teen

80s

7 Shows From The 80s That Were Cancelled Way Too Soon

When it comes to television shows, the 80s gave us a lot of gems that are forever embedded in our memories. Even shows today find it hard to top groundbreaking series like Diff'rent Strokes, Family Ties, and The Golden Girls. However, the era also offered plenty of other shows that we overlook because we never got the change to enjoy them long enough. Some were flops, but others had so much potential if they only stuck around for more than one season.Here are 7 short-lived shows from the 80s:1. It's Your Move (1984-85)The NBC sitcom starred post-Little

90s

11 Facts About "The Secret World Of Alex Mack" That Won't Turn You Into Goo

Who said being doused in a mysterious chemical was bad? Not Alex Mack! The Secret World of Alex Mack was one of the longer running Nickelodeon shows, even if you don't remember it. With 78 episodes over four season, people tuned in to watch this 12-year-old-turned-science-experiment live a secret life and be the target of an evil chemical company. Here are something things about The Secret World of Alex Mack that aren't covered in goo. 1. One of a KindAOLOver 300 girls auditioned for the role of Alex Mack. Co-creator and producer, Thomas W. Lynch, says he didn't want a

90s

10 Shows From The 90s That Deserve A Reboot

The reboots that have been coming out recently aren't...great. The idea of them is wonderful, but no one needed to see human versions of Reboot, okay? We were fine with our blue animation and didn't need anything other than that. Dynasty was perfect before they did whatever is happening now. YTV posted this picture of their new Reboot cast. People were less than impressed. TwitterBut there are some shows we wouldn't hate to see come back to our television sets (or Netflix, at least!)1. Clarissa Explains It AllLos Angeles TimesBefore she was casting spells as Sabrina The Teenage

80s

4 Knight Rider Spin-offs Even The Most Die-Hard Fans Didn't Know Existed

Back in the weird and wonderful world of 1982, a hit new show was about to make its mark on television history. In a police detective meets science fiction series, David Hasselhoff plays the Foundation for Law and Government (F.L.A.G.) agent Michael Knight, who cruises in the legendary high-tech vehicle KITT fighting crime wherever his wheels take him. The show was immensely popular with its snappy lines and tough stance on justice, bringing with it a whole wave of cultural references that we all use today without realizing it. Even though the original series only lasted for

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7 Shows That Prove We Were All A Little Obsessed With Anime

These English-dubbed Japanese anime shows were aired on channels like Nickelodeon or Cartoon Network. Here's a list of some of our favorites! DigimonMost of us started out watching Pokémon, so Digimon was pretty cool to watch too. It was nice to hear what the Digimon thought, whereas the only Pokémon that could say something was Meowth, and he was annoying anyway. thevoxremixes.bandcamp.comYu-Gi-Oh!This fantasy card game nearly became our reality, whether it was watching the lives of young Yugi Moto and his friends Joey, Tristan, and Téa or playing the trading card game with our friends. IlVideogioco.comSailor

90s

Pappyland Was The Best Show You Don't Remember

Morning television as a kid was the thing we all looked forward to. Whether it was cartoons, infomercials (don't @ me I loved those) or whatever else you watched while eating your cereal, you knew there was something to look forward to. Up until recently, I had completely forgotten about the absolute best morning television show in existence. Who remembers Pappyland?Rolling StoneI'll wait until your nostalgia stops punching you in the face. The show aired on TLC as part of their Ready, Set, Learn! lineup. Pappy Drewitt, which is a level of clever I never appreciated as a child, lived

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Without Dolly Parton, One Of The Most Iconic '90s Shows Would Never Have Been Made

Buffy The Vampire Slayer was (and still is) one of the best shows of our generation. The supernatural drama ran for seven seasons, which honestly was not enough vampire butt-kicking time, but we'll take what we can get. EmpireRecently, the show turned 20 years old, and people began wondering if a reunion or revival were in the works. When asked about that possibility, Buffy herself was on the fence. "I have always believed that what was so unique about the show was the use of horrors of those formative years," Sarah Michelle Geller said. "With high school and college as