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Tgif Turns 25: Looking Back at the Family-Friendly Sitcoms That Defined '90s TV

19 September 2014 9:10 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

If you were a child or a parent during the early '90s, there's a good chance that ABC's Tgif lineup graced your TV set. Remember Tgif? A two-hour block of family-friendly comedies that tried to make it seem fun staying in on Friday nights? It officially debuted 25 years ago this month - on Sept. 22, 1989, with a lineup that included Perfect Strangers, Family Matters, Full House and Just the Ten of Us. And notably, it debuted four years before that other landmark '90s TV block, Must See TV. The early promos are a trip, as they're both introducing the »

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Omg! Matthew McConaughey Starred on Unsolved Mysteries: See 14 More Celebs in Their First Roles

17 July 2014 10:16 AM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Before Matthew McConaughey was an actor he was a reenactor. In 1992, the Dallas Buyer Club star, portrayed Larry Dickens who was fatally shot by Edward Harold Bell—Dickens and his mother intervened and alerted authorities when they caught Bell performing lewd acts in public. One year later, the Oscar winner landed the Dazed and Confused role that made him and his catchphrase, "alright, alright, alright" famous. Much like the 44-year-old thesp, other Hollywood heavyweights took on supporting and background parts before making their way onto the A-List. Jared Leto and his perfect hair debuted on the early '90s sitcom Camp WilderLindsay Lohan's breakout role as a child star »

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