The 10 '90s Reunions We Want to See
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By Melissa Hunter
You know what people love? Things that happened 15 years ago. But watered-down remakes like "90210" and "Melrose Place" aren't quite giving us the '90s fix we need. Last week, "Saved by the Bell" had a reunion on the cover of People magazine (sans Screech, Belding, and the awkward frizzy-haired dude).
Now with the news that the "Seinfeld" cast will reunite on next season's "Curb Your Enthusiasm," it seems there's a '90s retro trend a-brewing. And no, not just shoulder pads. Reunions. So what other shows, movies, and bands are we hunkering to see get back together for a reunion show? Or at least one big dysfunctional, washed-up group hug?