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post #1 of 104
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I'm thinking there's a lot of 90's kids here like me, and I'm betting I'm not alone in crushing hard on Topanga in Boy Meets World. And when 1998 and High School came, I developed a thing for Katie Holmes on Dawson's Creek.

 

You?

post #2 of 104

Nicole Eggert. Charles In Charge. Rowwwr

post #3 of 104

Alex Mack/Larisa Oleynik.  Screw you, Kenny Cosgrove!  Lucky bastard.

 

Also, the first crush I can consciously remember having was Meredith Salenger in The Journey of Natty Gann.  I think that was a movie, but I watched it on TV, so it sort of counts.

post #4 of 104

This is such a dorky thread, but I'll play: Alyssa Milano "Who's the Boss?" and Kim Fields "The Facts of Life"

post #5 of 104
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Alex Mack/Larisa Oleynik.  Screw you, Kenny Cosgrove!  Lucky bastard.

Also liked her in Third Rock From The Sun and 10 Things I Hate About You.

post #6 of 104

Six from "Blossom"

 

 

A little known Jessica Alba from "Flipper" The TV series

 

 

I really liked all 3 of these ladies from "Saved By The Bell" but Elizabeth Berkley really gave me the kid boner

 

Alyssa Milano drove me crazy on "Who's The Boss"

 

And what young male didn't have a crush on little Miss Winnie Cooper?

post #7 of 104
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Also, the first crush I can consciously remember having was Meredith Salenger in The Journey of Natty Gann.  I think that was a movie, but I watched it on TV, so it sort of counts.

 

Ha, her name popped up in my head as well. She was impossibly cute.

post #8 of 104

Ms Musso from Parker Lewis Can't Lose.

 

What?  Legs, man.

 

Erin Gray in Buck Rogers.

 

And more age appropriately, yeah.  Pretty hard to go past Nicole Eggert in CHarles In Charge.

post #9 of 104

Thirding Meredith Salenger.

 

Yeah, she was a massive Junior High crush. The perfect girl next door. I sat through the awful Dream A Little Dream and Jimmy Reardon movies to watch her. Winona Ryder was a close second around that time.

post #10 of 104

MTV's Martha Quinn and The Lost Boy's Jami Gertz

post #11 of 104
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Thirding Meredith Salenger.

 

Winona Ryder was a close second around that time.

 

I crushed on her first in LUCAS. She was heartbreakingly geeky.

post #12 of 104
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MTV's Martha Quinn

i thought you'd be more of a Nina Blackwood guy.

post #13 of 104

Mine are...

Anne Lockhart - Lt. Sheba- Battlestar Galactica (1978)

Erin Gray - Wilma Deering-Buck Rogers In The 25th Century

Lynda Carter - Wonder Woman/ Diana Prince-The New Adventures Of Wonder Woman

Melinda Culea - Amy Amanda Allen- The A-Team

Heather Locklear - Officer Stacey Sheridan - T.J. Hooker

post #14 of 104
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Alyssa Milano "Who's the Boss?"

Heck yes.

And Catherine Bach on Dukes of Hazard. Yeeeeeeeeeeeee haaaaaaaaaawwwwwww indeed.

Also, in spite of my usual non-crushiness over blondes, Christina Applegate from Married With Children.

Also, because of my usual crushiness of women who are fighter pilots with a high military rank, Erin Gray in Buck Rogers in the 25th Century.


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i thought you'd be more of a Nina Blackwood guy.

 

 Super cute burnette and a big Van Halen fan>Someone whose hard living was taking a toll.

post #16 of 104
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Alex Mack/Larisa Oleynik.  Screw you, Kenny Cosgrove!  Lucky bastard.

Same here, as well as Melissa Joan Hart, and Danica McKellar of Wonder Years / mathematics fame.
post #17 of 104
Ellen from The Adventures of Pete and Pete made a big impression on me as well.
post #18 of 104

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Mr. Kotter's sexy/dorky wife.

 

I was around 5 years old & wanted nothing more than to be married to a hot chick who would indulge my jokes.

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Mr. Kotter's sexy/dorky wife.

 

I was around 5 years old & wanted nothing more than to be married to a hot chick who would indulge my jokes.

Along the same lines, I always prefered Baily to Jennifer on WKRP.

post #20 of 104
As far as radio sitcoms, Lisa on News Radio was very crush worthy.
post #21 of 104
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Mr. Kotter's sexy/dorky wife.

 

I was around 5 years old & wanted nothing more than to be married to a hot chick who would indulge my jokes.

 

She's still looking pretty good:

 

That's her last year, age 63.

 

She was great in the Honey, I... flicks, too.

post #22 of 104

Christian Ricci- Soft Pale skin and an evil mind

Mayim Bialik- Smart and this sexy jewish vibe

Nathalie Portman-Just that cute pixie from The Professional to Star Wars

and my biggest crush

Janeane Garofalo-That art school nerd who is bitter as black coffee and yet has a soft side

post #23 of 104

Yep, early 90s Janeane Garofalo was adooorable.

post #24 of 104

Okay, but you have to remember this was the '80s:

 

 

 

 

Man, women's hair back then was epic.

post #25 of 104

Oops, I knew I missed...

Jane Seymour - Serina - Battlestar Galactica

Heather Thomas - Jody Banks - The Fall Guy

Belinda Bauer - Gabrielle - Airwolf

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Erin Gray in Buck Rogers.

 

 

 

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Heck yes.
And Catherine Bach on Dukes of Hazard. Yeeeeeeeeeeeee haaaaaaaaaawwwwwww indeed.

Also, because of my usual crushiness of women who are fighter pilots with a high military rank, Erin Gray in Buck Rogers in the 25th Century.

oh fuck yes.  Col Wilma Deering was absolutely my first crush.  Fuck she was hot. Hot, hot, hot.  And Daisy Duke.  Day-um.


I also had a serious thing for AThena off the original BSG

 

 

this gentleman definately preferred brunettes (brunette Wilma Deering was waaaaay hotter IMO)

 

post #27 of 104

oh, and of course.  Lynda Carter.

 

 

 

My mate is the editor of Gay Times, and he has this "Shameless Media Whoring" album on Facebook, where he posts pics of him and celebs he meets.  The bastard met her.  She still looked amazing.

post #28 of 104
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Okay, but you have to remember this was the '80s:

 

Man, women's hair back then was epic.

 

What's the matter, not a "Christina Pickles" man?
 

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Connie Sellecca from The Greatest American Hero. Her & Lynda Carter. Hell, yeah.

post #29 of 104

Oh yeah.  I mean, I could make a list as long as my arm to be honest.  Talking 70's/80's mostly.  But Linda Carter and Catherine Bach are probably two primary reasons I grew up to be a legs man (kinda weird in Cater's case, too, when you think about it).

 

And Martin - I was actually going to put Markie Post in my original post.  I'll always remember the Night Court ep where she was wearing a cleavagey gown to some event.  It was really the first time in the show she had ever shown off any skin whatsoever, and the second she sits down next to Dan he casually quips "Those are new, aren't they?"

post #30 of 104
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What's the matter, not a "Christina Pickles" man?
 

 

Dude, Nurse Daniels put a bullet in Peter White's dick, man. That's hardcore.

 

So was that whole show, really. I have to figure nobody was watching, so they could get away with some outlandish shit. ("Tulips on the organ," Westphal mooning Ronny Cox, etc.) That was back in the Tartikoff days when NBC would back something like St. Elsewhere for six seasons (even though it got mostly low ratings) just because it was good. I still cite it as my all-time favorite show. I really regret that only the first season ever hit DVD. Dammit, MGM/Fox, at least put the subsequent seasons on burn-on-demand DVD!

post #31 of 104
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Christian Ricci- Soft Pale skin and an evil mind

Mayim Bialik- Smart and this sexy jewish vibe

Nathalie Portman-Just that cute pixie from The Professional to Star Wars

and my biggest crush

Janeane Garofalo-That art school nerd who is bitter as black coffee and yet has a soft side


I missed it where Christina Ricci and Nat(h?)alie Portman were on TV!

post #32 of 104
She's a smaaaaall wonder... lovely and bright with soft currrrrls. 
She's a smaaaaall wonder... a girl unlike unlike other giiiirls. 
She's a miracle, something something 
She'll enchant you at her sight. 
She's a small wonder, and she'll make your heart take flight!
She's fantastic, made of plastic. 
Microchips here and there. 
She's a small wonder, brings love and laughter everywhere.
post #33 of 104
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As far as radio sitcoms, Lisa on News Radio was very crush worthy.

 

I see you, and raise you a Quarter(s):

 

post #34 of 104
I loved the heck out of The Cosby Show and The Fresh Prince and had me a thing for both Lisa Bonet and Karyn Parsons.

post #35 of 104

 

 

 

ROOOOOWR!!!

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post #37 of 104

The NZ Natural, Well If you like Markie's...POSTs, I'd recommend...The Lovely Ms. Post in either...Buck Rogers In The 25th Century, or one of my favorite Autumn shows ever...the FALL GUY!  

post #38 of 104

This lady. Right here.

 

 

How am I the first to mention her?

post #39 of 104

Christine Lakin, "Step by Step"

 

During the early seasons of the show, all my friends thought I was crazy to pick her over the other two girls on the show.  I stood by my choice, though, and she became more beautiful by the season.  I still remember watching parts of the final season (on CBS, believe it or not) because of her.

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There are two kinds of males who grew up in the 90s. Those who admit they had a crush on the Pink Ranger, and liars.

post #41 of 104
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Okay, but you have to remember this was the '80s:

 

 

 

 

Man, women's hair back then was epic.

Is that the female version of a mullet on Markie Post?

post #42 of 104
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There are two kinds of males who grew up in the 90s. Those who admit they had a crush on the Pink Ranger, and liars.

Crush on the pink ranger? Hell I used to sit there and watch power rangers and try to kill tommy with my thoughts.

post #43 of 104

Pfft. Amateurs, the lot of you.

 

Ginger and Mary Ann for the win.

post #44 of 104

Cherry twist, anyone?

 

post #45 of 104

Make mine Madchen:

 

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post #46 of 104

Never noticed Madchen much to tell the truth. My Sherilyn Fenn love was (no bullshit) ALL CONSUMING back then.

 

Lara Flynn Boyle looked pretty elegant as well.

 

post #47 of 104

Back to Martha Quinn

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Back in the day

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and she is still the cutest God damn thing ever!

post #48 of 104

Mmmm, I suddenly want my MTV again.

post #49 of 104

Janine Turner anyone?

Northern Exposure.

post #50 of 104

Princess Ardala.

 

Yes

 

 

You guys can have Erin Grey, I'll take the Draconian chic.

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