What are the most out-there '90s sitcoms fan theories? Known for their (mostly) wholesome storylines and ambient laugh tracks, one would not think anyone would bother diving too deep into such shows. The Internet, however, is a crazy place full of creative minds, and nothing makes that clearer than seeing what happens when folks overanalyze television shows. As a result, fans of particular shows can reap the benefits of fans with overthinking minds who know a thing or two about cooking up conspiracies. With everything '90s being all the rage these days, there are plenty of '90s sitcoms conspiracy theories to go around. Which theory below do you think is most likely to be true? Vote it to the top! If you love sitcoms, check out some new sitcoms and generate some fan theories about shows that are currently on air.
Friends, Seinfeld, and Mad About You All Took Place in the Same Universe
On an episode of Mad About You, Phoebe’s twin sister, Ursula, is a waitress at a restaurant named Riff’s. Also, Jamie from Mad About You was on Friends, and she spoke to Phoebe at Central Perk, mistaking her for Ursula. That links Mad About You to Friends.Meanwhile, Kramer was once on Mad About You, taking over Paul’s apartment, and he mentions a comedian living across the hall – an obvious reference to Jerry, linking Mad About You to Seinfeld. This would mean they’re all closely connected.