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The Greatest Sets of BFFs in All of '90s TV

List RulesYou know you wish these BFFs were your besties, too, so vote up your favorites.

We've rounded up all your favorite BFFs from '90s television - all your favorite twosomes and cliques that once ruled the schools. Whether a shoulder to lean on, someone to turn to for advice, or when you just need a friend to make you laugh, these besties either have your back... or will stab you in the back (but mostly the first thing).

We all know how important it is to have friends, and these BFFs help us remember the true meaning of friendship. Sometimes it’s having someone to shop with or maybe sing and dance with or get in trouble with, but at the end of the day (or episode) these friends are there for you.

These BFF characters come from many of the most beloved shows of the '90s. Our television preferences may have changed, even how we watch television has changed, but we all know a true friend when we meet one. Remember when Buffy saved Willow’s life for the hundredth time? When Brenda, Kelly, and Donna went to a party together? When Bart and Milhouse got in trouble? Friends are there when you need them, and if you’re very lucky, they’re there even when you don’t. Vote up your favorite BFFs from '90s TV.

  • Photo: Boy Meets World / ABC

    These two best friends from Boy Meets World faced all the coming-of-age events and tricky life problems as best friends do, side by side. 

    Are they the greatest?
  • Photo: Friends / NBC

    These friends from Friends are the kind of BFFs you want on your side - plus, they can furnish the cutest apartment on a barista's wages.

    Are they the greatest?
  • Photo: Buffy the Vampire Slayer / 20th Television

    High school can suck but not as much as vampires do! With Sunnydale located directly over an entryway to demons and boogie men, Buffy and her best gal Willow would save more more than your social life.

    Are they the greatest?
  • Photo: The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air / NBC

    These best bros were dropping beats and rhymes from the mansions of Bel-Air to the mean street of Philly. Relax everybody, the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air says, "It's Summertime!" 

    Are they the greatest?