8 TV Things Only 90's Kids Will Understand

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​#1. Cut-it-out by Joey Gladstone (Full House)

Everybody totally OD'ed on this zany family comedy that unfailingly ended with a thinly-veiled life lesson—and hilarious Uncle Joey telling people to shut the sh*t up with this classic phrase never got old.

#2. Will Smith's Mad Dance Moves (Fresh Prince of Bel Air)

Because in the rich, stuffy Banks house of Bel Air, an MC-Hammer Pant wearing, smack-talking chiller brah like Will Smith came like a cool summer breeze and stole the show. Part of that charm. THESE moves. 

#3. The Creepy Goosebumps Theme Song (Goosebumps by R.L. Stine)

You may be PRETENDING you're over that sh*t now, but please. That scary organ music with the slime green font can still give you...GOOSEBUMPS!

#4. The Neighbour you can never see (Home Improvement)

Remember this guy? How fun was it that they never, ever let you look at his face? #Best.

#5. Ally's Facial Tics (Ally McBeal)

We all remember this chick going strange at pretty much any odd moment. Also, was she anyone's favourite character on the show? Anyone? That's what I thought. #BiteTheBiscuit

#6. Marie Barone (Everybody Loves Raymond)

​Everyone's favourite mother (unless you're Robert Barone, the very epitome of neglect-on-a-stick), this molly-coddling, passive-aggressive woman is just a family-sized treat.

#7. Family Shenanigans (Dekh Bhai Dekh

These guys were just so kooky! Remember that era where Indian comedy didn't involve slapstick routines that made fun of women, usually played by men in drag? Yeah, good times. 

#8. Late Nights with Jay Leno/Conan O'Brien

If you were a child of the 90's, your main memories around these shows involved watching them while your parents thought you were asleep and wondering WHY everyone was laughing. And then getting those jokes years later.