18 Forgotten TV Characters From Your Favorite ’90s Shows

How dare you forget about Donkeylips and Goo Punch.

1. Stacey Carosi from Saved By The Bell


Played By: Leah Remini.

Most Memorable Moment: When she helped Zack and the gang beat Malibu Sands Beach Club’s rivals in a thrilling volleyball match.

2. Eddie ‘Donkeylips’ Gelfen from Salute Your Shorts

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Played By: Michael Bower.

Most Memorable Moment: When he couldn’t finish his art project because he ate all the spray-painted, uncooked macaroni.

3. Sarah from Sister, Sister

Paramount Studios

Played By: Brittany Murphy.

Most Memorable Moment: When she was in the car with Tia, Tamera, and Roger, and she started smoking a cigarette(!!!!!).

4. Milton ‘Goo’ Berry from My Brother and Me


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Played By: Jimmy Lee Newman.

Most Memorable Moment: When Deonne tried to make fun of Goo, but he snapped back, grabbing her hair and saying: “Zero, one, two, three, that looks like a weave to me.”

5. Judy from Family Matters

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Played By: Jamiee Foxworth.

Most Memorable Moment: When she went upstairs to her room and never came down.

6. Clu Bell from So Weird

Disney Channel

Played By: Erik Von Detten.

Most Memorable Moment: When he got into college and everyone was so proud of him.

7. Riley Grant/Hawk from The Famous Jett Jackson

Disney Channel

Played By: Lindy Booth.

Most Memorable Moment: When she helped her sister (played by a young Rachel McAdams) overcome bulimia.

8. Viper from Full House

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Played By: David Lipper.

Most Memorable Moment: When Uncle Jesse’s new band “The Monkey Puppets” was unknowingly scheduled to play polka music at a gig, but Viper saved them by revealing that he once toured with his family’s polka band.

9. Mo from Global Guts


Played By: Moira Quirk.

Most Memorable Moment: When she opened that beautiful mouth of hers and released that sultry English accent.

10. Tino from My So-Called Life


Played By: No one. Tino never actually appeared onscreen.

Most Memorable Moment: When he was referenced as the lead singer of Jordan Catalano’s band “The Frozen Embryos,” making him the coolest nonexistent TV character ever.

11. Sharla from Kenan and Kel


Played By: Alexis Fields

Most Memorable Moment: When pop-star Tamia had to cancel her date with Kenan, and Sharla had to give him the bad news, but then the two realized they had feelings for one another.

12. Kevin Kopelow from All That


Played By: Kevin Kopelow.

Most Memorable Moment: When he’d consistently yell “Five minutes! The show starts in five minutes,” which now probably makes you wonder why you liked All That in the first place.

13. Annie Mack from The Secret World of Alex Mack


Played By: Meredith Bishop.

Most Memorable Moment: When she first learned of Alex’s powers and tried doing experiments on her so she could win a Nobel Prize.

14. Mike ‘Grandpa’ Woo from The Mystery Files of Shelby Woo


Played By: Pat Morita.

Most Memorable Moment: When he’d hide in the bushes and spy on Shelby and her friends to make sure she wasn’t in any real danger.

15. Denise Bryson from Twin Peaks


Played By: David Duchovny.

Most Memorable Moment: When he said “I still put my panties on one leg at a time.”

16. Quizmaster Albert from Sabrina the Teenage Witch

ABC Family

Played By: Alimi Ballard.

Most Memorable Moment: When Sabrina went to his apartment in the Other Realm and found out he lived with a giant talking mouse.

17. Millie Kentner from Freaks and Geeks


Played By: Sarah Hagan.

Most Memorable Moment: When Millie proved she was an angel walking among us because she helped Lindsay babysit when she got high.

18. And literally any character Jason Marsden played.

ABC Family

ABC Family

ABC Family


Characters: Rich Halke in Step By Step, Nelson in Full House, and Jason in Boy Meets World.

Most Memorable Moments: None.

Can you think of a forgotten TV character from the ’90s? Add yours below!

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