Best sitcom only '90s kids would remember: 'Step By Step' or 'Sister, Sister'? | The Tylt

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Sitcoms about extended families were popular in the '90s, and millennials will let you know that "Step by Step" and "Sister, Sister" stood out. Tia and Tamera Mowry told Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen to step aside in the '90s when the twins got their own sitcom. While "Sister, Sister" didn't make it on ABC, it found a home on the WB after its first season. But "Step by Step," a reimagining of the "The Brady Bunch," excelled at being part of the TGIF lineup for its first six seasons. Which is your favorite '90s sitcom? 📺
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The 1990s were a great time to be a kid, and millennials will never forget it! Beyond childhood fads like Pokémon, Giga Pets, "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers" and any show on Nickelodeon—'90s kids had an array of sitcoms to choose from and watch with their families on weeknights.

From teen dramedies to big, extended families to squads of single twenty-somethings living in New York, '90 shows will forever be cemented into the hearts of millennials. Which is why The Tylt wants all the '90s kids out there to "get jiggy wit it" and vote on the best sitcom that only we would know!

Don't forget to cast your vote for the rest our "sitcoms that only '90s kids would remember" debates below!

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Below is the synopsis of "Step by Step," per IMDB.

Frank Lambert is a construction worker and a single father of 3 kids: J.T., Alicia "Al", and Brendan. Carol Foster, a beautician, also has 3 children: Dana, Karen, and Mark. After Frank and Carol run into each other on vacation and spontaneously get married, they and their children (who appeared to have known and hated each other) have to learn to live together and love each other. It's not easy, but they are trying to do this step by step.

"Step By Step" was basically a reimagining of "The Brady Bunch," but for the '90s and a newer audience. The sitcom was part of ABC's TGIF package for its first six seasons before moving over to CBS in its final season. Instead of a lovely lady raising three daughters, it's a single mother named Carol raising two teenage daughters and a young nerdy son. Instead of a man named Brady raising three sons, it was a macho man named Frank with a tomboy daughter, a slacker son and younger son (who becomes the baby of the show for some time). 

But perhaps the most popular part of the show is Frank's nephew Cody who spoke with a valley accent, but sometimes says mature and intellectual stuff to his younger peers on the show. Cody (played by Sasha Mitchell) was eventually written out of the series after season five due to domestic violence allegations against the actor. But the character later returned in guest appearances. 

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Below is the synopsis of "Sister, Sister," per IMDB.

Tia Landry and Tamera Campbell are twins separated at birth who learn of each other's existence and come together as teenagers.

The sitcom about twin sisters who are separated at birth who find each other in their teen years got off to a rough start on ABC but found its home on the WB after the first season. And the sitcom's success is thanks to the good mix of characters: the brainy Tia, party animal Tamera, Tia's impulsive and outrageous adoptive mother Lisa, Tamera's uptight adoptive father Ray, and their annoying (lustful) neighbor Roger.

The sitcom was a mega-hit from season two and on. After six seasons total, the sitcom ended in 1999. But "Sister, Sister" is definitely simultaneous with teenage '90s nostalgia, especially for African-American Gen Xers. But '90s kids not only watched the show while on air but continued to watch it in syndication. Thank you, Disney. 

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Best sitcom only '90s kids would remember: 'Step By Step' or 'Sister, Sister'?
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