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These two basically define my childhood from 1990-1996 (I was that obsessed with JP)
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^^^

I literally raced through all 12 pages praying nobody posted it first.


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together with



at gramma and grammpas house in the summer. they even brought us breakfast on a tray so we could watch while we ate
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had the BIGGEST crush on that girl. She definitely didn't carry that cuteness into adulthood though
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post
together with at gramma and grammpas house in the summer. they even brought us breakfast on a tray so we could watch while we ate
one of your rare fails in this thread (IMO). i think my little sister watched this you wanna talk quality PBS programming, you're talking Reading Rainbow and this baddass mofo... and the aforementioned Ghost Writer.
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^^

yup to the crazy old lady and that damn song. And we could also add "Maya the Bee" and "Eureka's Castle" as the pre-afternoon Kindergarden shows our nanny would let us watch.
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who else dominated this thing?

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one of your rare fails in this thread. i think my little sister watched this

sorry, the grandparents wanted us to watch it. im not proud of it but it is part of my 90's memory bank

maybe these will make up for it



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who else dominated this thing?


ha! I always got the middle one because I was inflexible as fuck
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sorry, the grandparents wanted us to watch it. im not proud of it but it is part of my 90's memory bank

It's cool. I meant it as a fail relating to me, personally...i think everything else you've posted I experienced as well. Didn't watch lambchop or barney...way past my time.

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maybe these will make up for it

awww yeah. what about these shows?



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