Sitcoms from the 90’s hold some of my fondest memories. Television was so fun back then. The story lines may not always be very realistic, but the sure causes a lot of laughs. Check out some of my favorite sitcoms from the 90’s.
Who can ever forget Martin, Gina, Pam, Tommy, Cole and of course Sheneneh? This show made me laugh out loud every time it came on. Between Pam and Martin hating on each other and the crazy things that Sheneneh would say, there was so just so much comedy in 30 minutes. I still love to watch re-runs.
2. Doogie Howser, M.D
I confess I had a huge crush on Doogie Howser, which is probably why it is one of my favorite sitcoms from the 90’s. He was amazingly smart. He also inspired me to start my own journal on my parent’s computer. Of course since I was only 9 and not a genius teenage doctor, my journal entries weren’t nearly as interesting.
Do you remember all her crazy hats? I wanted them all. I also wanted to talk super-fast like her best friend, Six. But I always felt a little sad for Blossom because she never got to fully appreciate the total hotness of her brother Joey. Whoa!
4. Sister, Sister
How cool would it be to find out you have a twin sister and then have your long lost twin sister and her mom move in with you and your dad? It’s these far-fetched story lines that make sitcoms from the 90’s so great.
5. Boy Meets World
This is a show that I could really relate with. I was the same age as Corey Mathews when the show started. Yet somehow Corey and the gang managed to graduated college while I was just a senior in high school. Confusing timeline aside, it was a good show that touched on teenage issues in a funny, but not awkward way.
I’m pretty sure many people will agree that Friends was probably one of the best sitcoms from the 90’s. It’s been several years since the show ended and I can still connect day-to-day situations to things that Monica, Ross, Phoebe, Rachel, Chandler, and Joey experienced.
7. Home Improvement
This was one of my favorite show’s to watch with my dad. He is definitely a much better handy man than Tim “The Tool Man” Taylor. I enjoyed the family dynamic and the way Tim would misunderstand Wilson's advice, but still managed to fix his problems.
8. Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
I thought I was a real rapper because I knew all the words to the theme song. I also thought I was pretty cool because I could do the Will and Jazzy Jeff handshake. Don’t pretend you didn’t do it too.
There are so many sitcoms from the 90’s. These are only a few of my favorites. What are some of your favorite sitcoms from the 90’s? What memories do they bring back for you?
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