The Last Line From The Final Episode Of 23 Classic ’90s TV Shows



Warner Bros. Television

As the group leaves the apartment for the last time, Rachel suggests they get coffee, and Chandler jokingly asks where.


The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

Warner Bros. Television Distribution

After Carlton comes running down the stairs thinking his family left him behind, Will says these final words to himself before exiting.


Saved By The Bell


Before jumping off stage and celebrating with his friends, Zack exclaims how excited he is to have completed high school.


Buffy The Vampire Slayer

20th Television

The final line comes from Dawn, who asks what’s next as Buffy looks ahead with a smile.


Boy Meets World

Buena Vista Television

After Cory, Topanga, and Shawn said their goodbyes to Mr. Feeny, he stood in the empty classroom and said this final line before exiting.


Family Matters

Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution

After returning from space, Laura tells Steve to promise he’ll never go back, to which he replies this final line.


Twin Peaks

CBS Television Distribution

Though it was revived in May of 2017, the series originally ended in 1991 with Cooper repeating the phrase “How’s Annie?”



Sony Pictures Television

Many remember the last words coming from the scene before this, during which the group discusses the second button on a shirt being most important (as they did in the pilot). George asks, “Haven’t we had this conversation before?” and Jerry replies, “Yeah, I think we have.” However, during the end credits, Seinfeld is doing standup in prison when a guard removes him from the stage, and he shouts this final line of the series.



CBS Television Distribution

Frasier had shared a story with the woman sitting next to him, and as their flight lands in Chicago where his girlfriend had moved to, these were his final words.




The X-Men watch Professor X be taken away after an attack left him in a coma. Jubilee asks if he can ever come back, and this final line is Professor X’s telepathic response.




Yes, ER’s final episode didn’t air until 2009, but the show premiered in 1994 so the ’90s get custody. The final line of the series is Carter asking the late Dr. Greene’s daughter if she’s going to help with incoming patients (unless you count the medical jargon you can kind of hear being mumbled in the distance after).


The Nanny

Sony Pictures Television

As they look at the empty home, Yetta says the final line to Fran before they exit.


Beverly Hills, 90210

CBS Television Distribution

Dylan asks Kelly to dance, adding that if she wants to wait, they can. This is her response and they’re the last words spoken before a final scene shows everyone happily dancing at Donna and David’s wedding.



Buena Vista Television

After Felicity wakes up from a dream, Ben apologizes profusely, and her response to him the last line of the series.



NBCUniversal Television Distribution

After Rembrandt entered an unstable portal back to Earth, Diana, Maggie, and Mallory were left to wonder if he’d survived. This was the ultimate cliffhanger, as the show was unexpectedly canceled, and the last line of the series came from Mallory, wondering what the group should do.


The Wonder Years

New World Television


Married… with Children

Sony Pictures Television

The chimp being referred to is Mr. Zippy, who chases after a woman in the store. In the final scene, Mr. Zippy hands shoes to a customer, then sits between Al and Griff.


Party of Five

Sony Pictures Television

In the final scene, everyone looks at the kids’ height chart. The last line comes from Claudia, who points out that Charlie has outgrown their father’s mark on the chart.


Sabrina the Teenage Witch


Before the final shot of Sabrina and Harvey kissing and driving off on his motorcycle, her dad, Edward Spellman delivers the last line of the show.




Madame Web tells Spider-Man he deserves some happiness after his long hard journey, to which he replies this series ending line.


Xena: Warrior Princess


The series ends with Gabrielle on a boat holding Xena’s ashes. The ghost of Xena is with her, and she tells Gabrielle she’ll remain in her heart, then they have this final exchange.


Ally McBeal

20th Television

After Ally says goodbye to everyone outside of the bar and begins crying, these are here final words.


Full House

Warner Bros. Television Distribution

After Michelle asks Uncle Jesse how badly injured she was, he explains that her amnesia was pretty bad, but they persevered, then Joey and Danny reply with the final lines of the show.



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