90s

Lizzie McGuire

Lizzie McGuire (played by Hilary Duff) is the thirteen-year-old protagonist of the Disney Channel original series with the same name.  Lizzie is a fairly average teenage girl, navigating school and life with her best friends Gordo and Miranda by her side.  What sets Lizzie apart is her animated alter ego, who often breaks the fourth wall to speak directly to the audience and voice Lizzie’s inner thoughts.  Whether you choose to recreate cartoon Lizzie or her real life counterpart, this is a fun chance to bust out all of the quirky ’90s accessories you may have stowed away out of embarrassment.  So grab your bell bottoms and your platform sandals, and strut your stuff with your favorite glitter lip gloss.  The ’90s are back!

Granny Garbanzo from The Big Comfy Couch

Granny Garbanzo (Grindl Kuchirka) is a recurring character on The Big Comfy Couch, a Canadian children’s show from the 90s. She is an elderly clown who lives in a wagon next to a clothes line with her cat, Snicklefritz. She has a heavy European accent, and refers to Loonette with a diminutive “-ka” suffix. Granny often makes references to the old days and the old country. While she provides wisdom to Loonette, she possesses quite a bit of youthful energy. In the later seasons, she has her own cooking show.

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Major Bedhead from The Big Comfy Couch

Major Bedhead (Fred Stinson) is a recurring character on The Big Comfy Couch, a Canadian children’s show from the 90s. He is a clown who delivers the mail on his unicycle. He stops by to give Loonette postcards from her Auntie Macassar or Uncle Chester. However, he comes off as quite irresponsible for spending so much time chatting with Loonette and Granny Garbanzo and not delivering packages. Goofy yet clumsy, Major Bedhead possesses many clowning skills such as juggling and pogo sticking. His pet peeves are lying and dishonesty.