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New Weekly: 90's TV Shows

PostPosted: 26 Nov 2018, 09:43
by Red Queen
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This was suggested by Eamane, she'll help me choose winners and will get a reward.

In the 1990s, television was one of the fastest growing mediums. More TV shows were popping up than ever before, and ratings were at all-time highs. Viewers tended to be interested in laugh-out-loud moments, which is why sitcoms like Friends, Roseanne, and Seinfeld were the biggest hit TV shows of the decade.

I was a teen in the 90's and remember a lot of these shows. And who can forget them. I mean, these were the shows that introduced people like; Jared Leto, Johnny Depp, Claire Danes, Barry Watson, Jessica Biel and David David Duchovny to the world. For that, at least, I am forever grateful.

What are your favorite programs from the 1990s? Which '90s shows do you have the fondest memories of?
**Only TV series that aired between 1990 and 1999**

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Rewards:
1st. $50 000
2nd. $35 000
3rd. $25 000
4th. $15 000

Things I'll look at when choosing winners:
1. Did you say which was your favorite show and character?
2. Did you dress like above mentioned character?
3. Where you creative?

Please Remember:
Please add your lady ID
Add your lady name in the game
ONE entry per lady
Keep photo in your gallery 'till end of the contest.
:attention: Please add one photo of your lady without any background. :attention:
if you are using a background for the contest.
Contest end date: Sunday, 2 December 2018

Re: New Weekly: 90's TV Shows

PostPosted: 26 Nov 2018, 12:58
by klepsydra
Thank you for the great theme. :) Although i was born in the midle of the 90's, growing up there were a bunch of shows that kept me quiet. I choose my absolute favorite:
>Drum roll:

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Characters: Dana Scully and Fox Mulder

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THE TRUTH IS OUT THERE
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Re: New Weekly: 90's TV Shows

PostPosted: 26 Nov 2018, 13:30
by ♥Alice Cullen
I love tv series ad the 90s was a rich decade on them. My absolute favorite was the XFile but it was taken :P so beeing a young child i remember having a blast with Sabrina. Happy days :)

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Re: New Weekly: 90's TV Shows

PostPosted: 26 Nov 2018, 14:26
by Agniijaz
Hello :)
My all time 90’s favourites are
Sex and the City Carrie Bradshaw
Friends Phoebe Buffay
Charmed Phoebe Halliwell
I choose to dress up like Phoebe Buffay
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Re: New Weekly: 90's TV Shows

PostPosted: 26 Nov 2018, 21:21
by yassi_chii
I have a question
Can I participate in an Arabic series?
(sry for english)

Re: New Weekly: 90's TV Shows

PostPosted: 26 Nov 2018, 22:21
by Wax Storm
Married... with kids -still watching it after all these years :D

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My take on it is Peggy Bundy:

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Re: New Weekly: 90's TV Shows

PostPosted: 26 Nov 2018, 23:00
by Hellanna
Sex and the city :biggrin:

Carrie Bradshaw and Mr. Big
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Re: New Weekly: 90's TV Shows

PostPosted: 26 Nov 2018, 23:19
by womaninwhite
the Simpsons :cool:
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Re: New Weekly: 90's TV Shows

PostPosted: 27 Nov 2018, 07:03
by Swiftcat
I love the theme song,
Don't know about
The future, that's
anybody's guess
Ain't no good
reason
for getting all
depressed
Buy up your
pad and pencil
I'll give you a
piece of my mind
In my opinionation
The sun is gonna
surely shine,
Stop all your
fussin
Slap on a
smile
Come out and
walk in the sun
for awhile,
Don't fight
the feeling
You know you
want to have a
good time,
And in my opinionation
The sun is gonna
surely shine.
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I dreesed up like Blossom and I dream a genie come out September 18, 1965 – May 26, 1970 and The Flintstones premiered on September 30, 1960 and Snoopy first appeared in the October 4, 1950 and The name first appeared on November 10, 1950. and The Simpsons The half-hour series premiered on December 17, 1989 but it did not broadcast until May 1990, as the last episode of the first season, because of animation problems and still made them right into the early 2000's

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Years: 1991-1995
Before Mayim Bialik was sucked into the CBS comedy void that is The Big Bang Theory, she was the early ’90s star of Blossom. The story of a precocious teenager growing up with her musician father and annoying brothers, she became an icon as the “goofy girl” with weird fashion, particularly the big, floppy hats that became her calling card. Today, the show is often remembered as one of the leading innovators of the “very special episode” format, which was already well established by shows such as Diff’rent Strokes but expanded into an art form by Blossom. Examples on Blossom include the time her best friend Six (that’s her name, yes) is dating an older man who turns out to be married, or the traumatic occasion of Blossom’s first period. Sometimes it seemed like every other Blossom episode was “very special.”

NAME: Swiftcat

I.D.: 5443475

Re: New Weekly: 90's TV Shows

PostPosted: 27 Nov 2018, 08:39
by Sarah Eilonwy
Lady Sarah Eilonwy
Club Black & White
ID: 1269831

I always loved Topanga Lawrence from Boy Meets World, especially as the series progressed and her character received more focus. Kudos to Danielle Fishel for being a great actress at so young, and still do beautiful

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