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    Throwback Thursday: 90's Sitcom Edition

    Happy Throwback Thursday! It is still reading week, but is anyone actually reading? You may be busy studying and doing notes but perhaps you're out and about with friends and family. This post is for those of you who want to make yourself into a blanket burrito and watch some shows. Specifically, the 90's shows that we all enjoyed and grew up with. Here are 10 cartoons and sitcoms for you to binge watch this Thursday. Written by Madi Wong, Writer/Blogger for RU Student Life

    1. Friends

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    Since 1994, Friends has been a timeless sitcom to this day.

    From the characters, to the plot, to Joey's facial expressions, there are so many things to enjoy about this show. If you're a super fan, you know the references and jokes will carry on with you forever.

    If you've never watched an episode of Friends, do yourself a favor this Throwback Thursday.

    2. Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

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    The infamous Carlton Dance cannot be forgotten.

    Each episode has a new way of making you roll on the ground laughing. Also, the characters are without a doubt, fantastic.

    Ever since the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air got removed from Netflix, the world of sitcoms has never been the same. However, you can definitely have a good time with Will and Carlton by streaming the show online, or if you're a real one, by DVDs.

    3. Seinfeld

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    Can you believe Seinfeld started in 1989?

    Most of us Rye students were born way after 1989, but that didn't stop us from laughing and developing a love for Jerry and the cast.

    Whether you grew up watching this show or are just beginning to start season one, it'll definitely make your day worthwhile.

    4. That 70's Show

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    Everyone's favorite guy, Red, may drive his foot up your ass if you have never watched That 70's Show before.

    Even though this show is set in the 70's, you can get a real kick out of the lives of these teenagers.

    Their tales of dating, partying, going to school and 'adulting' are all hilarious and relatable. Also, the theme song is a JAM.

    5. Spongebob Squarepants

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    This dynamic duo has entertained us since 1999 with their adventures and goofyness. You got to give it to the creators for making so many fun and entertaining episodes.

    You're never too old to watch cartoons, especially when it's Spongebob Squarepants.

    6. Full House

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    Michelle Tanner, queen of the Tanner household, runs the show.

    Full House can give you a whirlwind of emotions all in one episode. Your heart will be warm and fuzzy, you'll shed a few tears, you'll be unable to breathe from laughing so hard. But it's all worth it.

    7. Boy Meets World

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    This funny, coming of age and loveable show follows the life of Cory Matthews from sixth grade to his college years. His journey is accompanied by his best friend Shawn, his brother Eric and his girlfriend, Topanga.

    The relationships amongst all the characters is truly the best and it'll definitely put a smile on your face.

    8. Gilmore Girls

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    Rory and Lorilai Gilmore have one of, if not the best mother-daughter relationships.

    They're quirky, supportive, high-energy and will make you wish you were best friends with them.

    You don't need a laugh track in the background to be able to crack-up with these two.

    9. The Simpson's

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    This long-running cartoon show has loads of great characters and episodes. Since starting in 1989, The Simpson's are still making episodes to this day. With nearly two decades of episodes to catch up on, you'll be sure to be entertained this Throwback Thursday.

    10. Saved By The Bell

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    The Kelly Kapowski hair flip. Legendary.

    If you're not familiar with Saved By The Bell, it is another 90's sitcom that follows the lives of a group of high-school friends. Including a schemer, cheerleader, feminist and typical high-school jock.

    May I also add, it stars the young, super cool and fresh, Mario Lopez.