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    17 Times The '90s Already Came Back In 2015

    The greatest decade is making a comeback, but did it ever really go away?

    1. When every episode of Friends was made available on Netflix.


    2. When Missy Elliott performed with Katy Perry during the 2015 Super Bowl Halftime Show.

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    3. When Jimmy Fallon reunited the Saved By The Bell cast.

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    4. And recreated the opening intro for The Fresh Prince of Bel Air.


    5. When Jonathan Taylor Thomas and Patricia Richardson guest starred on Tim Allen's show, Last Man Standing.


    6. When the cast of Full House performed "Everywhere You Look" at a private birthday dinner.

    7. When Beck won Album of the Year at the 2015 Grammy Awards.

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    8. When four previously unreleased Spice Girls songs were uploaded to a mysterious Soundcloud page.

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    9. When Kyle MacLachlan confirmed his role as Agent Dale Cooper in the new Twin Peaks reboot.

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    10. When David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson expressed interest in a new X-Files spinoff.

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    11. When Catherine O'Hara admitted she had a mini-reunion with Macaulay Culkin.

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    12. When Courtney Love and Raven-Symoné appeared on Empire.


    13. When Kim Gordon trashed Courtney Love and Billy Corgan in her memoir, Girl In A Band.

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    "Courtney asked us for advice about her ‘secret affair’ with Billy Corgan. I thought, Ewwww, at even the mention of Billy Corgan, whom nobody liked because he was such a crybaby, and Smashing Pumpkins took themselves way too seriously and were in no way punk rock." – Kim Gordon

    14. When Crispy M&M's hit the shelves again.

    15. When the Syfy Channel premiered its new 12 Monkeys reboot.


    16. When Naomi Campbell announced she was heading back to the modeling runway to help raise awareness for Ebola.

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    17. And when SpongeBob Squarepants went up against The Wachowskis at the U.S. box office, and WON.

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    The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water, $56 million Vs. Jupiter Ascending, $19 million.

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