Saturday Night Live of the 90′s: The SNL ‘90s edition is one of the many golden eras of SNL which preludes the crap that we have to deal with now as the show slowly regresses into oblivion. The ‘90s recap shows some of the great skits of some of the greats we all love now; from Will Ferrel, Jimmy Fallon, Adam Sandler, to fallen stars like Chris Farley. Enjoy the giggles.
Malcolm in the Middle: The show that gave way for the emergence of the great Bryan Cranston. The man who would invariably come to play one of the greatest villains in TV history, Walter White from ‘Breaking Bad’). The show follows the lives of a middle class family who are dysfunctional to say the least, but always seem to harbor out a good message for fans by the end of the show.
Frasier: The intellectual version of ‘Friends,’ as I like to call it. Following the lives of two upper -class Seattle psychiatrists who seem to find the right mesh between wit and snobbery. This hilarious show that never quite hit the same amount of popularity as some of the other greats of the ‘90s. So give it a dabble ladies and gents, it may actually tickle your fancy.
West Wing: The ‘90s version of the modern great Netlflix original series “House of Cards,” except the PG-13 version. Martin Sheen plays the loveable President of the United States, as the ins and outs of D.C. politics is portrayed. The show’s raw depiction is sure to delight fans for years to come. Cheers to political chess.
Star Trek: Next Generation: The one with Patrick Stewart as the captain. He plays an absolute boss of a man who delivers every line as if it were a line from Shakespeare. There is much that has to be said for this version of Star Trek, as both the storytelling and acting were top notch. It made this Star Wars lover a bit of Treky for a time. Prepare for some exquisite soliloquies.