They saw the "The Sign," and we saw a song we would not stop singing for months.
Will Ferrell as Alex Trebek, putting up with the likes of Sean Connery (Darrell Hammond) and Burt Reynolds (Norm Macdonald)? It was comedy gold that we still quote to this day. Anal Bum Cover for 500, Alex.
It only lasted one season, but the Claire Danes-led series has stayed with its fans for much, much longer. It was one of the first teen dramas that actually felt real. Full House it was not.
If you were cool, you were wearing CK One. We're pretty sure most of our relationships in the '90s started when we slow danced with a boy and caught a whiff of their CK One.
Was there a sound more magical than the "Welcome!" that followed a successful connection?
Glitter pens. Glitter shoes. Glitter body lotion. Glitter hair clips. Glitter makeup. Glitter everything! The '90s literally glittered.
R.L. Stine was the master when it came to scary Young Adult books. Some were more silly than scary, but be honest: The Scarecrow Walks at Midnight terrified you for months after reading it.
Michael Jordan, Bill Murray and Looney Tunes characters playing basketball together. What more do you want from a movie? Oh, you need a catchy theme song? Done.
Scientist believe that 82 percent of all teenagers had JTT's poster in their rooms and/or lockers.
Sure, you got many detentions for checking up on your Tamagotchi during class, but someone has to clean up the digital poop!
Arguably the most important toy of the '90s, Beanie Babies were all the rage with kids and collectors alike. Though they aren't as popular today, some of the rare ones are going for crazy amounts of money on eBay.
It's Friday night, and you're having a sleepover! What do you do for entertainment? If you had any of these three games, you were all set.
Admit it, you tore these out of magazines and collected them.
Some people just collected the little discs, while others realized there was an actual game with rules and everything. Which one were you?
Unicorns! Bright colors! Polka dots! Aliens! Lisa Frank made study hall a lot cooler. Especially if...
...you had Lisa Frank decor on your handy Trapper Keeper. Was there a sound more satisfying than opening the velcro flap?
Calling Dr. Doug Ross to the party-in-the-back ward...
Short for Saturday Night Nickelodeon, SNICK had all the classics: Clarissa Explains It All, Rugrats, Are You Afraid of the Dark? and more TV shows that we wish still existed today.
A birthday party was not complete without a water war fueled by Super Soakers. If you had the one that came with the backpack canisters, you were clearly going to dominate.
Which blonde pop princess got you groovin'? She wanted us to hit her, baby, one more time, while the other one was just a genie in a bottle and we had to rub her the right way. Christina vs. Britney is still one our of favorite pop culture rivalries.
Did you rock the grunge look of the flower child look? Baby doll dresses, flannel, chokers, wedges, the makeup...it was all fashion gold at the time, but let's just say we're thankful that most of the trends stayed back in that decade.
We would be "brutally rebuffed" if you told us that you didn't like Clueless. The matching plaid clothes, the knee-high socks, The Mighty Mighty Bosstones...this movie is the '90s. And the best part about Clueless is that is still holds up today. Plus: Paul Rudd!
Saved by the Bell taught us you're only cool if you sit in your chair backwards. For that, we are forever grateful.
You're singing the theme song right now, aren't you?