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Subject: Shows you watched in the '90s

Written By: Guest on 03/04/05 at 1:15 pm

I had many shows that I watched in the '90s from the early part of the decade to the later part.  Through that time I saw how my tastes changed as I got older (I was 6 at the beginning of the '90s and 16 at the end) and the decade progressed.  Here's the shows I watched.

early '90s:
Ducktales (reruns)
Chip N' Dale Rescue Rangers
Muppet Babies (reruns)
Tiny Toon Adventures
Tale Spin
Darkwing Duck
The Simpsons
In Living Color
SNL
Clarissa Explains It All
The Ren & Stimpy Show
Are You Afraid of The Dark?

mid '90s:
Rocko's Modern Life
Ahh! Real Monsters
The X-Files
Beavis and Butthead
The Critic
Duckman
All That
Mad TV
MTV's Oddities
Spiderman
X-Men
Goosebumps

late '90s:
Spawn
12 Angry Viewers
That '70s Show

Who else can see how the shows they watched changed as the '90s progressed and they got older?


Subject: Re: Shows you watched in the '90s

Written By: memory on 06/26/05 at 4:01 pm

everybody loves raymond
saturday night live

Subject: Re: Shows you watched in the '90s

Written By: woops on 06/27/05 at 10:36 pm


Most listed I've watched:  :)

early '90s:
Ducktales (reruns)
Muppet Babies (reruns)
Tiny Toon Adventures
The Simpsons
In Living Color
SNL
The Ren & Stimpy Show
Are You Afraid of The Dark?




mid '90s:
Rocko's Modern Life
Beavis and Butthead
The Critic
Duckman
All That
Mad TV
MTV's Oddities

..."The State", "MTV Top 20 Countdown", "VH1 The Big 80's", and "Seinfeld" (started watching in 1996)


Late '90's...


"Sifl & Olly", "Behind the Music", "Pop Up Video", "Undergrads" (2000's I think), and a couple other shows that only lasted 2 or 3 seasons


Subject: Re: Shows you watched in the '90s

Written By: Albert on 06/28/05 at 5:16 am

in 1990 (I turned 5 in Oct. 1990; I stopped watching these shows when I went to pre-school): Sesame Street, Mr. Rogers Neighborhood, Reading Rainbow

very early-90's only: Looney Tunes Cartoons, Tom & Jerry

early-90's: Saved by the Bell, Tiny Toon Adventures, Beetlejuice, Home Improvement, The Simpsons, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Family Matters, Step-by-Step, Boy Meets World (since its debut was in '93 & I watched it from its start), Mr. Belvedere (ran till '92), Growing Pains (also ran till '92), Small Wonder, Charles in Charge, Out of this World (reruns), Bobby's World, Full House, Golden Girls, Roseanne, Married...with Children

mid-90's: Home Improvement, Roseanne, Married...with Children, The Simpsons, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Sweet Valley High, Gumby (I watched it during 1 summer), Are You Afraid of the Dark?, Clarissa Explains It All, Doug, Rugrats, The Secret World of Alex Mack, My So-Called Life, Rocko's Modern Life, Roseanne, Beavis and Butthead, Ren & Stimpy, Aaaggh! Real Monsters, All That, Kenan & Kal, Dexter's Laboratory, Power Puff Girls, Clueless (starting '96), The Real World, Singled Out (starting '95); Cal

Subject: Re: Shows you watched in the '90s

Written By: Albert on 06/28/05 at 5:35 am

adding on:

California Dreams (from '92 to '97)
Daria (in '97)
In Living Color (in early-90's)
Duck Tales (in early-90's)
Seinfeld
Soul Train
The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! (early-90's)
SNL (when it was, IMO, better)

That's all I can think of right now.

Subject: Re: Shows you watched in the '90s

Written By: Albert on 06/28/05 at 5:38 am

A correction to myself -- actually Out of this World weren't all reruns when I watched it, since the show went till '91.

Subject: Re: Shows you watched in the '90s

Written By: nondiva234 on 06/29/05 at 7:17 pm

I loved Pokemon and Power Rangers!

Subject: Re: Shows you watched in the '90s

Written By: Echo Nomad on 03/06/06 at 12:43 am

"The Straight Dope" was a short lived but interesting show. In a way it was an early Mythbusters.

Subject: Re: Shows you watched in the '90s

Written By: eightbitgirl on 03/07/06 at 11:40 am

early '90s
Garfield
Carmen Sandiego/the PBS afternoon programming (Square One, etc)
Tiny Toons
Full House/TGIF
Out of this World
Golden Girls
Mystery Science Theater 3000
the Baby-sitters Club (I think this was early 90s? could be late 80s)
Degrassi

early-to-mid-90s
Married With Children
Roseanne
the Simpsons
Home Improvement
the Real World
the amazingly awesome Nickelodeon programs like Salute Your Shorts
90210
Models Inc
and MST3K

mid/late 90s
MST3K :)
Family Guy
the Simpsons
South Park
Futurama

Subject: Re: Shows you watched in the '90s

Written By: Tony20fan4ever on 03/07/06 at 8:37 pm

Wings, the Discovery Channel show, not to be confused with the NBC sitcom of the same name..
Sonic The Hedgehog, both SatAm and syndicated...
In Living Color
SNL(because of Wayne's World mostly as well as some cool musical guests)
WCW Monday Nitro on TNT
Various World Series games.....
VH-1 "My Generation' with Peter Noone
MTV's Alternative Nation
Unplugged(I wish I had the episode with Live on it!)

Subject: Re: Shows you watched in the '90s

Written By: Trimac20 on 03/08/06 at 8:14 am



The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! (early-90's)


That wasn't the animated Mario Bros series was it? (ran about 89-90).That, I cringingly remember, was one of the strangest viewing experiences I've had the pleasure of beholding. Judging by the slightly disappointing quality of the voice-acting.etc, I thought it was some cheap rip off (of Nintendo? God forbid!), but was consternated to discover it was an Official Nintendo product. That spoilt girl koopa (I forget her name) was a real keeper...as well as Mario's Italian American accent (in the video-games he doesn't really say much, and speaks in an Italian American accent). I do know of the Mario Bros movies, but don't know of a live-acting TV series.

Subject: Re: Shows you watched in the '90s

Written By: JamieMcBain on 03/08/06 at 10:13 am

Ren and Stimpy was a great show.

Subject: Re: Shows you watched in the '90s

Written By: mach!ne_he@d on 03/08/06 at 6:24 pm

Nickelodeon(1990-1999/2000) It might not be 80's Nick but its a hell of alot better than 2000's Nick ;D

Subject: Re: Shows you watched in the '90s

Written By: deadrockstar on 03/09/06 at 12:35 am

Any Classic Nick shows like Pete & Pete,  Are you afraid of the dark?,  Legends of the Hidden temple, etc.

Classic Nick@Nite line-up, shows like Bob Newhart, Dick Van Dyke, I Love Lucy, Bewitched, I Dream of Genie,  Get Smart,  The Wonder Years etc. Man, I miss the old Nick@Nite almost as much as I do the old Nick. :(  Did you guys watch it much as kids?

WCW Monday Night Nitro and WWF Raw Is War.  Ahh,  anyone remember the "Monday night wars"?

The Simpsons.

The Fresh Prince of Belair.

Married... With Children.

Roseanne.

Saturday Night Live(the Mike Myers/Dana Carvey/Phil Hartman/Chris Farley/David Spade/Chris Rock, etc era).

Subject: Re: Shows you watched in the '90s

Written By: bbigd04 on 03/09/06 at 12:48 am

many early-mid '90s Nickelodeon shows
many old shows on Nick at Nite (I Love Lucy, Get Smart, Dick Van Dyke, F Troop, Green Acres, Petticoat Junction, The Lucy Show, Bewitched, I Dream of Jeanne, etc.) In the later '90s (All In The Family, Three's Company, Sanford and Son).
Roseanne
Home Improvement
Tonight Show/Conan (I used to love all the Clinton jokes, lol)
SNL
Married With Children (though I didn't start watching it until like the end in 1997)
Family Matters
Who Wants to Be A Millionaire (1999)
Drew Carey
Wheel of Fortune/Jeopardy
Full House/Fresh Prince (didn't watch them a whole lot but caught a few episodes)

Subject: Re: Shows you watched in the '90s

Written By: mach!ne_he@d on 03/09/06 at 1:47 pm


Classic Nick@Nite line-up, shows like Bob Newhart, Dick Van Dyke, I Love Lucy, Bewitched, I Dream of Genie,  Get Smart,  The Wonder Years etc. Man, I miss the old Nick@Nite almost as much as I do the old Nick. :(  Did you guys watch it much as kids?



Only every night. Back then I think it used to come on at 8:00 but about 9 years ago they pushed it back to 8:30 and eventually to 9:00. Used to love watching those 50's/60's shows :)

Subject: Re: Shows you watched in the '90s

Written By: 90's kid on 03/10/06 at 8:33 am

i was a kid so mostly it goes like this ,
1992-1993- some show called "lamb chop" i cant remember real well
1993- barney,power rangers, bobbys world, batman,full house,
1994- still watched the power rangers
1995- i remembered watching the first episode of dexters labatory.
1996-  i remembered getting into wrestling this year.
1997- watched raw every week
1998- i watched xena, hercules
1999- pokemon                   
i miss the 90's :\'(

Subject: Re: Shows you watched in the '90s

Written By: JamieMcBain on 03/10/06 at 10:07 am

I also watched Dinosaurs as well.  The baby was very funny.  ;D

Subject: Re: Shows you watched in the '90s

Written By: JamieMcBain on 03/10/06 at 10:08 am


i was a kid so mostly it goes like this ,
1992-1993- some show called "lamb chop" i cant remember real well
1993- barney,power rangers, bobbys world, batman,full house,
1994- still watched the power rangers
1995- i remembered watching the first episode of dexters labatory.
1996-  i remembered getting into wrestling this year.
1997- watched raw every week
1998- i watched xena, hercules
1999- pokemon                   
i miss the 90's :\'(


The show you're probally thinking of is Lambchop's Play A Long.

The song that played at the end of every episode is catchy !  ;D

Subject: Re: Shows you watched in the '90s

Written By: Tony20fan4ever on 03/11/06 at 9:05 pm

Definitely Married...With Children and Home Improvement.....as well as the NBA on NBC, Eagles games, Phillies or Pirates games...and daytime stuff like The Young and Restless and Guiding Light..

Subject: Re: Shows you watched in the '90s

Written By: whistledog on 03/11/06 at 10:21 pm

The one show I always watched in the 90's was "Wings".  Still hold as my all-time favourite show of the 90's :)

Also watched "Married ... With Children", "Murphy Brown", "Fraiser", "Home Improvement" and a few others

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