We’re calling this, “The One Where Must TV Gets Nostalgic About the 2000s”.
Yep, we’re going back to the days of square TVs, teen dramas and classic comedy, rewatching our favourite shows from the noughties, and letting you know where you can watch them right now.
So fire up the DVD player, we’re going back to 2002.
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With a reboot just around the corner, we figured it’s about time we revisited everyone’s favourite noughties teen drama. You know you love it, XOXO…Gossip Girl.
The series is set in – believe it or not – the west wing of the White House, and follows the staffers of fictional democratic president, Jed Bartlet.
We’ve got three questions. What’s Monica’s pet peeve? What is Joey’s favourite food? What is Chandler Bing’s job? Ok, we’re still not sure on that last one, but if you yelled the answers for the first two, then you’re in welcome territory.
Wisteria Lane is like the Gotham City of the American suburbs, where you ask why on earth do these people keep living here with these constant threats and turmoil’s? Though here, unlike on Batman’s turf, the threats come in the form of passive aggressive neighbours.
There was something in the air in the early 2000s, and whatever that something was, It apparently made us all go mad for teen drama, especially when it involved bratty American rich kids, wallowing in the sunshine of Orange County.
There are few TV shows that are spoken about with almost universal praise - you’ve got The Wire, Breaking Bad, Mad Men, The Sopranos, and this show, Battlestar Gallactica.
You can’t call yourself a fan of crime drama unless you’ve watched every episode of this show, cried at least twice and jumped out of your seat as your favourite character meets a bloody end. And fans of the show will know what we mean when we say, we’re still not over that final episode.
This fourth-wall-breaking show was a cult comedy of the noughties, and has now become one of the most quoted shows on dating app profiles, and arguably the most meme-d series of all time. Welcome to the world of the internet, Jeremy.