18 Reasons "In Living Color" Was The Greatest Show Of The '90s
♫ Chill, this show's got soul. ♫
The show had hip-hop influence all the way down to the theme song.
It launched the career of Jim Carrey.
Blaine and Antoine of "Men On Film" were the original shade queens.
They tackled the issues of the day, like police brutality...
...and the Rodney King riots.
Plus Kim, the lone Wayans sister on the show, was Ms. Benita, the gossip who read neighbors for filth.
Homey D. Clown's ruthlessness with the kids because of his frustration with "The Man."
The hot mess that was Jamie Foxx's Wanda – who would always "rock your world."
No one put people on blast to the blues like Calhoun Tubbs.
The show wasn't afraid of skewering pop culture, whether it was Vanilla Ice...
Plus, they had icons on the show, like Tupac.
They had the hilariously annoying soul duo that is Cephus and Reesie.
The comedy show even got its feminism on with "Go On Girl."
And the sketchiness that was the Homeboys Shopping Network.
There were fly moves from the Fly Girls...
...which also featured Carrie Ann Inaba and, of course, J.Lo.
And above all, "In Living Color" was like a family you could joke with from your living room each week.
Take a trip down memory lane that’ll make you feel nostalgia AF