'96 | Everybody get up, it's time to slam now

One of my favorite movies of the 90s had to be the live-action/animated "Space Jam," starring his Airness himself. What was even better than the film was its stereo bumping soundtrack. The obvious hits included the inspirational R. Kelly ballad "I Believe I Can Fly," and Monica's "For You I Will," but so many others were overlooked. From the bumping "Hit 'Em High" to the sensual "All of my Days" and the hilarious "Basketball Jones." This is a childhood classic.

'94-'09 | End of an ERa

Before cloudy Meredith Grey, there was Abby Lockhart who struggled with the toxins of her unstable mother (a superb Sally Field) and her own alcohol addiction. Before Callie's bisexual curiosity, there was Dr. Kerry Weaver who showed all children needed were loving parents. Before Dr. Burke's hand conspiracy, there was Jeanie Boulet's bout with contracting the Human immunodeficiency virus. Before Seattle Grace it was County General in Chicago. Thursday nights were owned by the residents of ER. After 15 years my mother's favorite TV drama (besides the late Boston Public and The Practice) will come to an end. In homage we pay respect with some of the most memorable stories at County General.(My favorites at least) (sidebar: how ironic that creator Michael Crichton would pass during its final season) Season 2 Ep. 7 | Hell and High Water Season 6 Ep. 13 | Be Still My Heart Season 8 Ep. 21 | On the Beach Season 9 Ep. 1 | Chaos Theory & Season 10 Ep. 8 | Freefall Season 10 Ep. 22 | Drive Season 12 Ep. 22 | 21 Guns & Season 13 Ep. 1 | Bloodline