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    15 Very Specific Things From '90s Kids Shows I Haven't Thought Of In 20 Years

    Do you instantly sing "0-2-1-3-4," or are you normal?

    1. Loonette doing the clock stretch in The Big Comfy Couch:

    Loonette doing the clock streth in The Big Comfy Couch

    2. And also when Loonette does the 10-second tidy because she's a mess like me:

    Loonette saying" Who made this big mess?" with a caption: Evergreen question about my life in 2020.

    3. Arthur's "Aardvark" song when he's studying spelling in Arthur:

    Arthur singing "A-A-R-D-V-A-R-K"

    4. Knowing full well that I would never send an email or Z-mail to Zoom, but knowing the mailing address by heart just in case:

    The Zoom cast holding up 02134 signs

    5. This delightful fellah, Binyah Binyah Polliwog from Gullah Gullah Island:

    6. Allegra's window on Allegra's Window:

    Allegra in her window with the caption "It's the titular role"

    7. Pappy's drawing tutorials on Pappyland:

    Pappy teaching us how to draw a horse

    8. The goodbye song on Out of the Box, specifically the part where Vivian and Tony rub their hands, snap, and clap (IYKYK)!

    Vivian and Tony from Out of the Box on Disney

    9. The episode of Magic School Bus where they go inside Ralphie's body:

    Ralphie swallowing the bus on The Magic School Bus

    10. The Noodle Dance from PB&J Otter:

    P B & J otter doing the noodle dance

    11. The Reading Rainbow theme song, which still holds up.

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    12. "I wish, I wish with all my heart to fly with dragons in a land apart" from Dragon Tales:

    Max and Emmy

    13. The Chief from Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego?:

    The Chief from Carmen Sandiego

    14. Little Bear and Franklin, two iconic cartoon shows starring talking animals:

    15. And, finally, the Bananas in Pajamas:

    The Bananas in Pajamas

    What are some extremely specific things from '90s kids shows that you haven't thought about in decades? Let me know in the comments!