Can You Name These '90s TV Characters?

Michael Moraitis

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The '90s were filled with great television shows and memorable characters. It was truly a Golden Age of TV. Find out just how golden it was for you in this '90s TV character quiz!

She was Al Bundy's wife in "Married with Children."

Peg was a lazy housewife who only knew how to spend whatever was left of Al's money. Oh, and she also loved Oprah.

Lucy Lawless played this warrior princess.

"Xena: Warrior Princess" was a spinoff of "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys" starring Kevin Sorbo. Unlike Hercules, Xena was not a god.

He was Will's corny cousin who loved to do the Tom Jones dance in "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air."

He might have been corny, but Carlton was very smart. His love for Tom Jones really came through in his dance.

A memorable character from "Family Matters," he had an alter ego named Stefan Urquelle.

Urkel found his cool gene hiding behind his genes for hammer toes and nasal drip. Stefan certainly got the attention of Laura Winslow.

The lives of these twin sisters were chronicled in the show "Sister, Sister."

Tia and Tamera Mowry played themselves in the show. Jackee Harry played the mother in what was a great role.

This "The Simpsons" character is the youngest of Homer and Marge's three children.

"The Simpsons" is the longest-running scripted prime time TV show in the United States, with 28 total seasons and counting.

Calista Flockhart played this title character in a hit FOX show.

"Ally McBeal" follows the life of a young attorney who has just joined a high-profile law firm.

This quirky "Friends" character created the song "Smelly Cat."

Phoebe was actually in a "Smelly Cat" music video, but her voice was dubbed over in favor of a better singer.

He was the blonde-haired surfer boy and was also known as "Preppy" on "Saved by the Bell."

It was AC Slater who gave Zack Morris the nickname "Preppy."

He was Tim Taylor's faceless neighbor behind a fence in "Home Improvement."

Not being able to see Wilson's face was a running joke inspired by a young Tim Allen, who couldn't see his neighbor's face over the fence.

This "Saved by the Bell" character was given the nickname "Screech."

Dustin Diamond was the man behind Screech, but sadly he was absent during a reunion of the cast in a skit on "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.'

Sarah Michelle Gellar took this character to television after a successful 1992 movie starring Kristy Swanson.

The television show debuted in 1997 and had a great run. It's one of the rare occurrences of a movie turning into a successful TV show.

These two characters were the main protagonists in "The X-Files."

David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson are set to reprise their roles as FBI agents in a 10-episode season set to air during the 2017-18 season.

He was Corey Matthews' principal in "Boy Meets World."

Mr. Feeny played a huge role in the lives of Corey, Topanga and others. He is easily one of the most memorable fictional principals.

This "Friends" character's first marriage ended after his wife left him for a woman.

Carol -- Ross' first wife and mother of his son -- left him for a woman named Susan. It's safe to say Ross didn't have much success with marriage during the show.

She was Dawson's longtime friend before the two finally kissed in Season 2 of "Dawson's Creek."

After being friends for years and Joey secretly being in love with Dawson, the two finally kiss in Season 2.

He moved in to help his childhood best friend raise his three daughters in "Full House."

After Danny's wife passed, Joey moved in to help shoulder the load. He later became Jessie's best friend.

What was the name of the talking black cat from "Sabrina the Teenage Witch"?

Salem Saberhagen was a 500-year-old witch who was sentenced to 100 years as a cat by the Witches Council for trying to take over the world.

He claimed to have been interviewed by Vandelay Industries for a latex salesman job in "Seinfeld."

George had to keep his unemployment going, thus his reasoning behind making up the story. He also pretended to be a marine biologist and architect in different episodes.

Ren and Stimpy loved to watch this character's show.

Muddy Mudskipper could skip through the mud with the greatest of ease. He was the greatest mudskipper of all-time.

This neighbor of Beavis and Butthead wore a Winger shirt.

Stewart admired Beavis and Butthead, but that didn't help the two friends like him any more.

This comedic duo originally starred in Nickelodeon's "All That."

Keenan and Kel were the most well-liked characters from "All That." They turned that success into a TV show and even a movie.

This miserable shoe salesman insulted people regularly on the hit show "Married with Children."

Al Bundy would never take kindly to political correctness. In fact, he was the exact opposite of that.

"Beverly Hills 90210" originally followed the lives of this brother and sister.

Brenda and Brandon were considered twins. Ironically enough, both characters would eventually leave the show.

Which of these characters was Kevin Arnold's love interest in "The Wonder Years?"

Danica McKellar claimed in an interview with Maxim that her first kiss was with Fred Savage on an episode of the show.

This duo of lab mice got their start on the cartoon "Animaniacs" and later earned their own show.

One is a genius, the other's insane. Brain just wanted to take over the world, but he always bit off more than he could chew.

This "Everybody Loves Raymond" character was a sports columnist.

Ray Romano used his first name for his character, who was a successful sports columnist with a crazy family life.

This sarcastic MTV character had a show named after her.

Daria is most remembered for her straightforward and sarcastic style of speaking. She was a true outsider.

David Boreanaz starred as this character in a "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" spinoff which debuted in 1999.

Boreanaz's character, Angel, was trying to get a fresh start in Los Angeles after leaving his true love, Buffy, behind in Sunnydale.

Heather Locklear starred in "Melrose Place" as this character.

Locklear's beauty was unmatched in the '90s, and she was the perfect fit for the sometimes steamy show.

Chuck Norris played this Texas Ranger from 1993 to 2001.

Norris was the star of "Walker, Texas Ranger." In 1972, Norris was a co-star in Bruce Lee's "Way of the Dragon."

Blonde bombshell Pamela Anderson played this beautiful lifeguard on "Baywatch."

"Baywatch" was known for its beautiful women, skimpy bathing suits and, of course, David Hasselhoff.

Before "Sabrina the Teenage Witch," Melissa Joan-Hart played this character on a popular Nickelodeon show.

"Clarissa Explains it All" ran from 1991 to 1994 but left its mark on young female Nickelodeon fans.

Jerry was not a fan of this postal worker on the show "Seinfeld."

"Newman!" was often heard coming out of Jerry's mouth whenever he encountered the not-so-popular mailman.

Before hitting it big with "Lost," Matthew Fox was this oldest brother in "Party of Five."

Charlie was appointed the guardian of his brothers and sisters after a car accident tragically took the lives of their parents.

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