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Check Out These 9 TV Show Crossovers You May Not Realize Even Happened

By 07.31.14
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Crossovers have pretty much been around since the beginning of television. In fact,  in the ’90s it was pretty common for a network to grab its nearest Urkel (he was popping up everywhere), or Fresh Prince and place him in, say, an early episode of Step-by-Step to boost ratings, or to introduce an audience to another show.

Whether you’re on the fence or totally on board for the Simpsons-Family Guy crossover, it’s certainly nothing new for The Simpsons to feature network family on the show. We all remember when Scully and Mulder of The X-Files came to Springfield to investigate Homer’s paranormal sighting in “The Springfield Files,” and when Jay Sherman of The Critic showed up in “A Star is Burns.” Here we take a look at some of the times other TV show crossovers have happened. Some for the better, and some  for the worse.

9. Absolutely Fabulous was on Roseanne. Season 9 Episode 7

Roseanne wanted to produce a US version of the BBC sitcom, but had to settle for a small cameo on her show instead.

8. Steve Urkel was on Step-By-Step. Season 1 Episode 2

How could we forget Steve Urkel teaching Al and an entire school dance how to do “The Urkel Dance”?

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7. Aaahh!!! Real Monsters were on Rugrats. Season 6 Episode 18

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While the Rugrats are telling scary stories at a sleepover, Ickis, Krumm and Oblina make a cameo.

6. Michelle Tanner was on Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper. Season 1 Episode 2

Mr. Cooper becomes a substitute teacher, and wouldn’t you know it, Michelle Tanner is in his class.

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