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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?

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

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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.

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

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

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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.

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

"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
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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.

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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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