For some really talented people, merely binge watching syndicated episodes of their favorite '90s sitcoms isn't quite enough to ease the pangs of sadness over the loss of a sitcom and the severe longing for new episodes.
Instead of wallowing in doom and gloom of today's television programming - which is fine, but just not the same - they take their pain and use it to fuel their artistic sides. Lucky for us, some of these artists have been kind enough to share their work, meaning we all get to partake in a heavy dose of '90s nostalgia. Our favorite thing!
Here are nine pieces of awesome sitcom fan art that will make you miss the TV shows of yesteryear:
They're probably talking about how thirsty pretzels can make a person and how best to deliver the line.
This artist really nailed the gigantic coffee cups at Central Perk. Seriously though, some of them are the size of soup bowls!
Oh, Roz, plug in!
4. The Nanny
The only one missing is Niles. And C.C. I guess, but we can probably do without her.
5. Full House
Look at Danny furiously vacuuming Comet. Seems pretty accurate to me.
*Yes, Full House technically aired in the late '80s, but how could I not include this picture. Have you seen Comet's eyes?
6. The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
Will and Jazz! I get it. That's clever.
7. Everybody Loves Raymond
Oh no, Ray...
8. Family Matters
I know that this Family Matters comic isn't real, but can it be?
9. Boy Meets World
That line at the bottom. Oof! Right in the feels. That Mr. Feeny gets me every time.