85% of People Can't Guess These Hilarious '90s Sitcoms in This Hidden Picture Game! Can You?

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The original concept for Seinfeld wasn’t for an ongoing series, but a one-off, 90-minute special titled Stand Up that was set to run for one night only in Saturday Night Live’s time slot.

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When Roseanne ended in 1997, ABC considered a sequel about the main character’s life as a widow. It never materialized, but Barr has since had a talk show, a reality series, and a few sitcoms in the works.

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Because child labor laws severely limit the hours a very young child can work in a day, twins were needed to play the role of Michelle, the youngest Tanner in Full House. Out of the 10 sets of twins who auditioned, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen were the only ones who didn't cry, thus getting them the part.

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Though it wasn’t an immediate ratings bonanza, The Wonder Years was a critical smash from the get-go. On August 28th—with only six episodes screened—Marlens and Black took home the 1988 Emmy for Outstanding Comedy Series.

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In the pilot of Everybody Loves Raymond, the kids were known as Matthew and Gregory. Romano’s own twin sons are named Matthew and Gregory and he decided it was imitating life a little too closely and asked for the names to be changed. They were subsequently turned into Michael and Geoffrey for the rest of the series.

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As The Nanny gained success, Fran’s real-life marriage began to deteriorate. Just as Fran Fine struggled on The Nanny to find true love, she and the sitcom’s writer and producer, Peter Marc Jacobson, divorced in 1999.

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The theme songs for sitcoms of the '90s are almost as iconic and memorable as the shows themselves. The catchy theme song of Step by Step, called Second Time Around, was written by Jesse Frederick and Bennett Salvay. These legendary composers also wrote music for Full House and Family Matters.

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It was taking a while to come up with Topanga’s name for the show Boy Meets World, and it ended up becoming a last-minute decision. The character was named after Topanga Canyon when the producer happened to be driving past it.

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Martin Lawrence played a total of nine characters in Lawrence: Mama Payne, Sheneneh, Jerome, Roscoe, Bob from marketing, Dragonfly Jones, Elroy Preston, King Beef, and Otis.

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It’s no coincidence that Wings is the airport version of Cheers, as its co-creators, David Angell, Peter Casey, and David Lee spent several years working together on the beloved series about the bar where everybody knows your name. Though it’s not a spin-off, Wings featured several tie-ins with both Cheers and Frasier (another Angell-Casey-Lee creation).

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Almost six months before Sabrina, the Teenage Witch premiered, the show's "unofficial pilot" premiered as a TV movie on Showtime. In the movie, Sabrina's last name was Sawyer, not Spellman. Ryan Reynolds portrayed Seth, Sabrina's (short-lived) love interest.

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Blossom's best friend in the show was named Six. In the pilot of Blossom, six was the number of beers Six's parents drank the night she was conceived. In another episode, it was because she was the sixth child in her family.

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Throughout its run, Living Single became one of the most popular African-American sitcoms of its era. Living Single centered on four women and two men living the single life in the heart of Brooklyn, New York.

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All of the characters on The Simpson's have just 4 fingers on each hand, except for one with five: God. Another interesting tidbit: Bart Simpsons' voice is provided by a woman!

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After one season of being more of an adult-oriented sitcom about a man living with two female roommates, Hangin' With Mr. Cooper became more family oriented for season two, adding Raven-Symone and Nell Carter to the cast and dropping one of the female roommates. The show remained a family show from then on.

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While there isn’t an actual Central Perk in New York City, the fictional café from Friends has inspired some real ones. In 2010, Friends fan Du Xin opened a Central Perk replica in downtown Beijing, which became extremely popular.

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Mila Kunis' first kiss was on set of That 70s Show, with none other than Ashton Kutcher. Kunis had several other firsts on the show as well, including driving, clubbing, and drinking.

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Following Saved by the Bell's cancellation, the set was never completely struck down. You can catch glimpses of Bayside High School in reruns of That's So Raven (where the school is also named Bayside High) and Nickelodeon's iCarly (where it's re dubbed Ridgeway Middle School).

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Eight days after the airing of the season three finale of 3rd Rock from the Sun, Phil Hartman was tragically murdered. When the episode re-aired a week before the following season’s premiere, Hartman’s scenes were re-shot with a different actor as a different character, so the resolution to the cliffhanger involving Hartman's character wouldn’t seem awkwardly re-cast or possibly considered disrespectful.

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The Refreshments created the theme song for King of the Hill - it's called Yahoos and Triangles. The setting of the show, Arlen, Texas, is based on the real Dallas suburb of Richardson.

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In Spin City, Barry Bostwick portrayed New York City Mayor Randall Winston, which was also the name of the show's associate producer. The real-life Winston asked Bostwick to make the character very popular so that he could get great tables at restaurants in New York.

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Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell were the first black stars of a Nickelodeon primetime sitcom. The network had been on the air for nearly 20 years when Kenan & Kel made its debut on July 15, 1996.

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The inside of Herman Brooks' head was presented as an attic with four characters who represented the conflicting forces which drove his personality and his life: Angel (his Sensitivity), Animal (his Lust), Wimp (his Anxiety), and Genius (his Intellect).

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When the Facts of Life ended, it was the longest-running sitcom in NBC's history. Nine seasons and 201 episodes were enough to set the record at the time. It has since been surpassed in NBC’s record books by Cheers, Frasier, and Friends.

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Dinosaurs was originally designed by Jim Henson, who is best remembered as the creator of the famous Muppets. Jim spent several years planning the series. He wanted something familiar and fun, but with a small change. So he made the protagonists dinosaurs who could use technology and were socially advanced, facing everyday problems like work, school and education.

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1990s sitcoms brought hilarity to everyday families. We loved them because they seemed to tap into what we cherished most - family and friends. See how many of these hilarious sitcoms you can name from a hidden picture!

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