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Opening credits of the first season of Sweet Valley High.

22 years ago last night was the Golden Girls final episode.  To Bea Arthur, Betty White, Rue McClanahan and Estelle Getty: "thank YOU for being a friend."  Your show is one that will go down in the history books and live on...long after we are all gone.  Golden Girls

The Golden Girls Authentic Cast -Bea Arthur, Betty White, Rue McClanahan, Estelle Getty:

When he wants to toss YOUR salad like his name is Romaine.

22 Times "Sweet Valley High" Covers Summed Up Sex In Your Twenties

11 Sweet Valley Twins Buried Treasure By Francine Pascal

SVT: The Love Potion

72 Sweet Valley Twins The Love Potion By Francine Pascal

James Mathewuse, who did all the illustrated covers for the Sweet Valley High and Twins series.

James L. Mathewuse paints the cover art for a Sweet Valley High book. He also did the covers for the Nancy Drew books, Hardy Boys and more.

Virtual (VR) Troopers. This was Whitney's early morning show.

A description of tropes appearing in VR Troopers. In the spirit of, on the heels of, and by the makers of Power Rangers, the Metal Heroes Toku series was …

So true!

The Top 10 Most Memorable Game Show Catch Phrases

I watched "The Price is Right" every time I stayed home sick from school. I LOVED AND ADORED Bob Barker. And Bob made a popular comeback in college when we would all gather in the common area to watch TPIR just before the doors opened for lunch.

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Olsen and Olsen mystery agency, we'll solve any crime by dinner time.

"Like if you were born in the '90's!!!" by pingpoe4jc ❤ liked on Polyvore

"Like if you were born in the PB&J otter & powerpuff girls was my entire childhood

If you remember this... you are awesome.

If you remember this... you are awesome.

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“Can you jam with the console cowboys in cyberspace?” young Julia Stiles explains nineties internet and hacker culture on PBS’s Ghost Writer