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    Men behaving badly and Norm

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    Quote Originally Posted by lilacwine
    I miss Dawson's Creek!!!! Pacey and Joey were the best couple ever!!
    me too, me too... they're the best... i watch only reruns now... it's at the part where they started dating... that was my fav time to watch!! I was soo happy when they ending up together in the end... weren't you? (of course, duh!)

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    another person missing Buffy but Spike does live on over at Angel!
    Bring on the Fab 5!

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    how about that show 'Parker Lewis can't lose'. I used to like that a long time ago (I think I liked it). Anyways I just thought of it the other day for some reason, don't really remember much of it, just I used to like it

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    I used to love The Facts of Life, Three's Company, Golden Girls, Full House,Perfect Strangers, Who's the Boss? and I'm sure there's many more! T.V. shows of the 80's and 90's were better IMO than today as was music!!!!

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    As soon as I saw this thread, one show came to mind: NewsRadio! It's one of my top 3 favorite sitcoms of all time. Those 3 are Will & Grace, NewsRadio, and another show I miss: Seinfeld. I'm not sure of the order, but those are my 3 favorite, and I wish there would be more NewsRadio and Seinfeld, but oh well, I still have Will & Grace . . .

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    Ned and Stacey. That might just be the last show with a sarcastic bastard as a lead character (then again im not really thinking too hard on that)
    but a good show nonetheless

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    Buffy !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!

    Freaks and Geeks, and a show years ago callled Moon Over Miami
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    "Do Over"...it was on the WB, and I thought it was brilliant and funny. Would have been a perfect fit with WB's acquisition of "Grounded for Life"
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    Quote Originally Posted by marvine
    Ally Mcbeal.

    By the last season, it had become intolerable, but the first three were so funny and clever. Ally's character became really annoying towards the end, but when it first started out she was the quientessential girl of the 90s who you could relate to, like Bridget Jones.

    Oh well, I'll be missing my dose of these girls in search of love, now that Sex and the City is in its last season too.
    Oh lord yes! Ally McBeal was the best show I had ever seen (for the first two seasons). By the time it was cancelled I was beyond caring. It was painful to watch the few shows I did tune in to the last season. Amazing how the writers took a fantastic show and wrote it straight into the ground. Made me wonder if they were on some really bad drugs. I still enjoy watching the reruns from the first two seasons. I absolutely adored her character back then.

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