TV and Movies·Posted on May 25, 202119 Times Shows And Movies Gave Women Bangs To Make It Seem Like Time Had PassedNow let's ask the age-old question: Should I get bangs?by Lauren GarafanoBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. In Avengers: Age of Ultron, when Black Widow proved even superheroes get the flashback bangs treatment too. Marvel 2. In Always Be My Maybe, when they said "Sasha's teenage years = bangs, obviously." Netflix 3. In Shrill, when college Annie had an affinity for being kinda awkward but also for having thick, blunt bangs. Hulu 4. In Hustlers, when Destiny proved that bangs are *not* always a good idea. STX Films 5. In This Is Us, when they did Kate so dirty by giving her these fake clip-on bangs. NBC 6. On Brooklyn Nine-Nine, when we found out Amy had a total Karen cut with an extra side of bangs when she started working at the precinct. NBC 7. In Love Life, when Darby had to struggle through her awkward bangs era before evolving into her fashion-forward middle part era. HBO Max 8. In Scandal, when even Olivia proved you need to have a good set of bangs before becoming a gladiator. ABC 9. In Friends, when teenage Rachel rocked her best teased '80s fringe. NBC 10. In You, when they said Love could also have a little bit of bangs — as a treat. Netflix 11. On Bob's Burgers, when Linda proved that even cartoon characters can have questionable hairdos too!!! Fox 12. In The Bold Type, when Jane proved that literally everyone has to start out as an intern with bangs before their career can soar. Freeform 13. In Little Women, when they gave Amy some whispy bangs that just screamed ~youth~. Sony Pictures Releasing 14. On Arrow, when they proved, yet again, that "flashback Sara = weird, ill-fitting bangs." The CW 15. In Made for Love, when Hazel's questionable past included some equally questionable bangs. HBO Max 16. On New Girl, when they did a little switcheroo and took away Jess's bangs for the flashback. Fox 17. On Revenge, when they gave young Emily the blunt bang look that our elementary school selves know all too well. ABC 18. In The 100, when Octavia proved that it's still possible to rock bangs during a nuclear Armageddon. The CW 19. And finally, on Grey's Anatomy, when they technically created an ~alternate reality~ but decided Cristina still needed some questionable bangs. ABC So, how do you really feel about the flashback bangs trope? Did we miss any good ones? Tell us in the comments!