The show also dealt with extremely regular and relatable stuff: friendship, love, and the agony of being weird and wonderful in high school.
Hopefully it's just stuck between life and death, and is planning a brief return to life sometime in the near future?
Being rich and beautiful didn't mean the teens of West Beverly Hills High were safe from very real problems.
Think captured the feeling of youth, sibling rivalry, and high school basketball.
It also gave way to one of the best mottos to ever come out of fictional businesses when Brooke Davis launched Clothes Over Bros.
From her days at Chilton to Yale (and beyond, with Netflix's revival in 2016), Rory was the epitome of what it means to work really, really hard at your dreams while dealing with a mostly terrible lineup of boyfriends.
The word "mostly" is used here because Jess Mariano will always be her one true love.Because even when the bros look like Lucas and Nathan Scott, clothes still take precedence.Accompanied by the narration of an older Kevin Arnold, viewers were brought back to the many firsts of his adolescence, from his first real relationship to his eventual heartbreak.Over 10 seasons, the show dealt with serious plot lines involving drug abuse, alcoholism, date rape, domestic violence, racism, suicide, pregnancy, and AIDS.It also gave viewers very serious crushes on David Silver and Dylan Mc Kay. The fictional town of Capeside was a nice escape for those who were also trying to figure out what it was they wanted in life, and how their crushes, weird BFFs, and family members fit into their grand plans.Written by teens for teens, the show helped launch the careers of names you are more than familiar with these days, including Nicholas Hoult, Dev Patel, Daniel Kaluuya, and Sure, Daria was animated, but that didn't make her problems as someone who was a little bit different any less real.