Tune in to #FBF90s every Friday afternoon and evening on Fuse from 4/3c till 11/10c, where you can find episodes of classic '90s shows like Moesha and The PJs, movies like Anaconda and Spike Lee's Crooklyn, and much more nostalgic fun. Find Fuse in your area with our Channel Finder here.
Jaleel White, who played Steve Urkel on Family Matters, only revealed his true potential when he became the smooth alter-ego Stefan Urquelle. But those red-framed glasses and suspenders were more dorky than hot.
Strong portrayed Cory Matthews' best friend, Shawn Hunter. He nailed the '90s grunge look, thanks to his love for flannels and hair that swooped over his puppy eyes just right.
Dorian Long (played by Brandy's brother) may have entered Moesha during the latter part of the series, but he made a lasting impression with his charming ways.
There's a reason why Whitley couldn't get enough of Dwayne! Played by Kadeem Hardison, the suave character from A Different World had that unique Brooklyn swag that always swoops girls off their feet. He was also extremely smart and had great style. Just look at those glasses!
Before he was the silver fox, George Clooney scored the Emmy-nominated role as Dr. Doug Ross in ER. His commitment to helping kids in need and those gorgeous eyes were a win-win combination. It almost makes up for him being a womanizer, almost.
LL Cool J in NBC's In the House was basically LL Cool J the rapper—but we're not complaining! His Kangol hats, washboard abs, romantic ways and charming smile dotted with dimples will always be unforgettable.
Will Smith got into a lot of mischief throughout the Fresh Prince series, but his hilarious personality and appreciation for family and friends made him a winner. He can give you styling tips, rap about how much he loves you and teach you how to pull pranks on your cousins.
Jason Priestley portrayed 90210's Brandon Walsh, the team leader and one of the most likable guys on the show. Despite going through a few problems throughout the series (drinking, gambling, etc), he was a pseudo-bad boy with a kind heart. And those brooding baby blues are just heavenly.