The best part of the football season, back before we knew about the fun of alcohol, was always switching over to Celebrity Deathmatch where we got to see the most current celebrity squabbles come to life in clay-mation. The best was this episode of breast implants as weapons. Let's get it on!
Before Tinder, MTV actually had some entertaining live Tinder action going on. This was moderately successful because Jenny McCarthy was a bombshell, but Chad Hardwick was doing that whole 'standup comedians should avoid acting' thing we love so much.
Once MTV started relying on music videos to sustain their shows, they relied a little too much on Carson Daly to stay alive. TRL brought on the hippest, most current pop stars, but mostly it was a giant music videos jerk off countdown.
Camp Anawanna, we hold you in our hearts. Something, something, something, it makes you want to fart. Best camp experience we never had, camping vicariously through our TVs and overprotective parents.
This pre-Temple Run game show had us sucked in, where color-coded teams battled to the death (almost). The show was made into an hour-long movie in 2016. Bet you didn't know that!
Whoa! The original brotherly threesome (suck it, Hanson) was the Lawrence brothers. Now the only family shows in recent years that accurately depicts our lives are Breaking Bad and Dexter.
Mr. Cooper was a lady's man, a star athlete turned teacher and a wisecracker. He was like Steve Harvey had a baby with Michael Jordan. Goddamn, we miss that stuff!
It was the first time we saw a girl who was better at basketball than us, and it was terrifying. Can't believe those kids were in high school for six seasons.
Midnight Society brought campfire ghost stories to life, and they also made our fear of clowns deathly practical.
Not many people remember this show, the one where the dorky white kid hangs out in the dark neighborhood. It was like Dangerous Minds meets Hang Time.