It's officially midterm season, which means you're probably spending way too much time with your nose buried in a study guide and drinking an unhealthy amount of coffee. Sometimes we just need to take a break and watch some TV. But, a lot of the times we turn on the TV and only find shows dealing with topics as intense and real as those that we are trying to escape. Particularly when school stress gets to be too much we just need a break from the adult world. If that's where you are right now, check out these 10 shows from your childhood that will definitely help you escape to a simpler time of razor scooters and dunkaroos.
Rugrats was the staple of any weekend TV schedule. You used love following Tommy and Chucky’s misadventures. Every time Phil & Lil fought you giggled and thought of your own fights with your siblings. Even though Netflix doesn’t have the full series, you can still take a study break and watch the Rugrats movie. Can you still hum along to the theme song?
Remember those days when you would stay up late just to watch Full House on Nick at Nite? Or what about when they had reruns after school and you would race home, grab a snack, and plop down in front of the TV to see your favorite Uncle Jessie? Plus, now with Fuller House on Netflix you can keep the nostalgia going.
3. All That.
It’s like Saturday Night Live but for 90s kids! I’m sure you remember this hilarious sketch show and it’s cast of wacky characters. Relive your youth laughing along to “The Hillbilly Moment” or “Moody’s Point”. “Where’s my toe?”
4. Hey Arnold.
5. Drake & Josh.
6. Bill Nye the Science Guy.
Remember how excited Bill Nye used to make you about science? Remember the moment you decided you wanted to study science? I’m sure that was before you took Organic Chemistry. Take a break from those equations and cozy up with your old friend Bill. Plus, this counts as studying, right?
7. Spongebob Squarepants.
8. Boy Meets World.
9. Sabrina the Teenage Witch.
10. That 70's Show.
Another great show that used to come on during the after school line up of re runs. You never understood what exactly they were doing in the basement as a kid, but now you definitely do. Laugh at Kelso’s obvious stupidity, relate to Eric’s constant teasing, and have your heart warmed by a group of friends that might just remind you of your own squad.