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PostSubject: Re: Kickin' it in the 90s   Sun May 11, 2008 7:25 pm

What proof??? You ask, what proof????? LOOK^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^THERE!!!
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Don't forget...Teresa, your avatar & sig and Jon's sig are both Nellie based! grinsmiley

I'm afraid your accusation is false, Misti. What proof have you? Hmm?



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PostSubject: Re: Kickin' it in the 90s   Sun May 11, 2008 7:29 pm

I loved Saved by the Bell and Zach Morris! lol
If you have Netflix, you can watch all the episodes (including the college years) online! Thumbsup


Well I'm a fan of Sweet Valley High, I started reading Sweet Valley Kids, Sweet Valley Twins, Sweet Valley High, I had the board game, lol and was excited when the TV show came out in the mid 90s. :idance:

Here is a music video done of the show. It wasn't realliy a high production series but I still enjoyed it.





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PostSubject: Re: Kickin' it in the 90s   Mon May 12, 2008 7:39 am

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What proof??? You ask, what proof????? LOOK^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^THERE!!!
(If I started a new page, this might not come out right! grinsmiley )

Gosh, Misti, I'm looking up to where you're pointing, but all I'm seeing is the top of the forum. :think:

I think Misti might be going a bit delusional... :unsure:



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PostSubject: Re: Kickin' it in the 90s   Mon May 12, 2008 3:00 pm

The 1990s also gave birth to Will Smith's star status... and it all began with this little program that premiered in 1990...




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PostSubject: Re: Kickin' it in the 90s   Mon May 12, 2008 3:54 pm

It cracks me up that my 13 year old loves that show now! It used to be on every day before he left for school....I'd listen to it as I was getting things ready and it was actually sometimes pretty 'laugh out loud' funny! And wow...you sure could tell Will Smith was going to be huge even back then. We were watching one episode recently that was a serious one, and he had to cry, and WOW. He's quite the actor.


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PostSubject: Re: Kickin' it in the 90s   Mon May 12, 2008 5:25 pm

I catch a re-run or two every now and then, but I used to watch it all the time when it was still airing new episodes. Will Smith really proved to be an outstanding film actor afterward!



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PostSubject: Re: Kickin' it in the 90s   Mon May 12, 2008 7:23 pm

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I think what always killed me about that show is how AC Slater managed to become the captain to just about every sports team at Bayside while he was still an underclassman. :Hahaha:

If only things were that simple in real HS...such as, problems being solved in a half hour. Or, if the problem was really big (like, Kelly and Zack break-up big), an hour. ROTFL




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PostSubject: Re: Kickin' it in the 90s   Mon May 12, 2008 11:24 pm

Did we also mention Boy Meets World? That was a good one too. My son still watches it and he's almost 21. Old habits must die hard.


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PostSubject: Re: Kickin' it in the 90s   Tue May 13, 2008 6:06 am

I watched Boy Meets World. Mr. Feeny is iconic! I later found out that my grandparents knew Blake Clark (the guy who played Shawn's father on the show) when he was a boy. Small world.

Okay, this next thing was actually started in the 80s, but it carried over into the 90s, too, so I’m including it here as a fun memory.

Why the network stopped using this sequence still boggles my mind to this very day (because they certainly never came out with anything better to replace it with):




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PostSubject: Re: Kickin' it in the 90s   Tue May 13, 2008 9:22 am

Coach Jon wrote:
Misti wrote:
What proof??? You ask, what proof????? LOOK^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^THERE!!!
(If I started a new page, this might not come out right! grinsmiley )

Gosh, Misti, I'm looking up to where you're pointing, but all I'm seeing is the top of the forum. :think:

I think Misti might be going a bit delusional... :unsure:

O.K., JON! mad That is QUITE enough! Frying pan ROTFL Me? delusional...did anyone hear that...I swore I heard a voice... grinsmiley



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PostSubject: Re: Kickin' it in the 90s   Tue May 13, 2008 9:51 am

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Okay, this next thing was actually started in the 80s, but it carried over into the 90s, too, so I’m including it here as a fun memory.

Why the network stopped using this sequence still boggles my mind to this very day (because they certainly never came out with anything better to replace it with):


Jon, I don't think they should have changed that either! It's SO well done and CLASSIC! That brings back memories...we never had HBO, but I loved going babysitting in my teens because I got to enjoy it at those homes! LOL! As soon as the kids went to bed I got to enjoy all those movies I wasn't allowed to watch! grinsmiley


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PostSubject: Re: Kickin' it in the 90s   Tue May 13, 2008 10:49 am

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Okay, this next thing was actually started in the 80s, but it carried over into the 90s, too, so I’m including it here as a fun memory.

Why the network stopped using this sequence still boggles my mind to this very day (because they certainly never came out with anything better to replace it with):


Jon, I don't think they should have changed that either! It's SO well done and CLASSIC! That brings back memories...we never had HBO, but I loved going babysitting in my teens because I got to enjoy it at those homes! LOL! As soon as the kids went to bed I got to enjoy all those movies I wasn't allowed to watch! grinsmiley

That's probably why they changed it; it's outdated. It reminds me of Star Wars and E.T. Everything needs to be hip and fresh these days...or so I hear. Pretty soon we'll start saying, "In my day, kids didn't...." LOL!


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PostSubject: Re: Kickin' it in the 90s   Tue May 13, 2008 10:59 am

When I was in college, a girl brought in a film clip for us to watch for part of her presentation. When she started the video, this introduction was on the tape and everybody obviously recognized it. We forced her to rewind the movie so that we could all watch the HBO intro before she was able to move on with her presentation. The entire room was filled with sociology students beating on their desks and humming along with this tune.



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PostSubject: Re: Kickin' it in the 90s   Tue May 13, 2008 5:27 pm

Full house!
I love that show. :)
It technically started in the 80's but went into the 90's.
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PostSubject: Re: Kickin' it in the 90s   Tue May 13, 2008 8:39 pm

I loved the 90s it rocked! great music, t.v, movies ECT!!

I was a teenie from 1995 to 2002! heheh

i loved 90210 i know i was young when it frist started but i remmber watching the latter shows everyweek in the late 90s

I heard they may be making a re-make of 90210 i mean hmm iam not sure if it will all be that good! it just won't be the same! i also heard mybe some of the old cast members might be joing it....(the one who played kelly taylor and donna) so if it least some of them join then mybe it may be worth watching..Just hope they don't copy the old storie lines that be boring!
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PostSubject: Re: Kickin' it in the 90s   Wed May 14, 2008 9:25 am

Ah yes... the entire 90s TGIF line-up... I remember Full House, Family Matters, Step by Step (the Dana-Burger), and the awkward cross-over shows they used to have. I remember watching the pilot for 90210... but I didn't really pay attention to it until some re-runs were aired during the latter portion of the decade.

Another thing nice about the early 90s was you could still go to Pizza Hut and play on an arcade machine (and lose all your quarters in the process). I'm pretty sure every arcade in my hometown is now gone.



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PostSubject: Re: Kickin' it in the 90s   Wed May 14, 2008 10:15 am

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Full house!
I love that show. :)
It technically started in the 80's but went into the 90's.

Wow! I just checked IMDB because I didn't realize that, and it started in 1987!! I didn't realize it was on the air when I was still in high school! And wow...it went to 1995!


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PostSubject: Re: Kickin' it in the 90s   Wed May 14, 2008 4:50 pm

Family matters was pretty good, I think. But..oh, poor me. I hated 90210!!! :unsure:

Oh, by the way: do you remember "Twin Peaks"? :think:

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PostSubject: Re: Kickin' it in the 90s   Wed May 14, 2008 4:58 pm

My 2 kids were born in the 90's and that's when insanity and poverty set in and I aged rapidly!!!

The Spice Girls were big here in Britain and So were Take That, who've since reformed and are having even greater success second time around.




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PostSubject: Re: Kickin' it in the 90s   Wed May 14, 2008 5:35 pm

Vanesa wrote:
Family matters was pretty good, I think. But..oh, poor me. I hated 90210!!! :unsure:

Oh, by the way: do you remember "Twin Peaks"? :think:

Vanesa.

I remember Twin Peaks. That was one strange show!


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PostSubject: Re: Kickin' it in the 90s   Wed May 14, 2008 5:50 pm

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My 2 kids were born in the 90's and that's when insanity and poverty set in and I aged rapidly!!!

The Spice Girls were big here in Britain and So were Take That, who've since reformed and are having even greater success second time around.

Ohh the Spice Girls were big here too, Maureen! I was a pretty big fan...for a few years at least grinsmiley




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PostSubject: Re: Kickin' it in the 90s   Thu May 15, 2008 10:43 am

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My 2 kids were born in the 90's and that's when insanity and poverty set in and I aged rapidly!!!

LOL Maureen....I soooooo hear you!! :haha:


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PostSubject: Re: Kickin' it in the 90s   Thu May 15, 2008 10:50 am

I don't remember when it started but watching Road To Avonlea was a big part of my Sunday evenings during the 90's. It may have started in the late 80's, I can't find that info anywhere for some reason.


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PostSubject: Re: Kickin' it in the 90s   Thu May 15, 2008 1:19 pm

I remember:
MC Hammer pants, (silly looking things)
Melrose Place and 90210 (There is 90210 remake coming on)
Gaberilla Cartieres had her own talk show, so did Rosie O'Donnell.
Then there was The Arsenio Hall Show.
Donahue` last show took place in the 90`s.
Johnny Carson, after 30 years on the Tonight Show, retires
Ricki Lake Show was "all that and a bag a chips!"

Gas cost between 1.08/1.11 per gallon. Those were the days....
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PostSubject: Re: Kickin' it in the 90s   Thu May 15, 2008 6:47 pm

Carol wrote:
I loved Saved by the Bell and Zach Morris! lol
If you have Netflix, you can watch all the episodes (including the college years) online! Thumbsup


Well I'm a fan of Sweet Valley High, I started reading Sweet Valley Kids, Sweet Valley Twins, Sweet Valley High, I had the board game, lol and was excited when the TV show came out in the mid 90s. :idance:

Here is a music video done of the show. It wasn't realliy a high production series but I still enjoyed it.




loved sweet valley high and saved by the bell
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