385848 29: Cast members of NBC's comedy series "Friends." Pictured (l to r, seated): Jennifer Aniston, Matt LeBlanc, Courteney Cox and Matthew Perry (standing left) David Schwimmer, Lisa Kudrow (right) talk show host Conan O''Brien (center). Episode: "Friends Out-takes & Bloopers Special." (Photo by Warner Bros. Television)
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The Best Crossover Episodes In TV History
Lucy And Superman
In Season 6 of “I Love Lucy,” George Reeves’ Superman from “Adventures of Superman” attends Little Ricky’s birthday party. “Lucy and Superman” made history on January 14, 1957, as it's believed to be the first crossover on television. Keith Thibodeaux, who played Little Ricky, told Fox News that Reeves was his “hero in real life.”
Thanksgiving Spirit
Season 7 of “The Beverly Hillbillies” takes the Clampetts to Hooterville for Thanksgiving, where they stay at the Shady Rest Hotel from “Petticoat Junction” and “Green Acres.” After Betty Jo marries Steve and has a baby, Granny from “The Beverly Hillbillies” visits and references the holiday episode.
Suite Life Of Hannah
Disney Channel’s live-action crossover special consisted of “That's So Raven,” “Suite Life,” and “Hannah Montana.” The main characters of these iconic shows cross into each other’s worlds, creating one epic story for the Disney Channel universe. It was mind-blowing for kids to see all these characters meet.
Arthur Rogers
An impactful guest star in “Arthur” was Mister Rogers from “Mister Rogers' Neighborhood,” who speaks to Arthur's class, and everyone appreciates the children’s television legend. Only through the magic of animation could he enter a fictional universe and effectively share positive messages with kids.
Step: The Dance
In “Step by Step,” Steve Urkel from “Family Matters” helps little sister Al Lambert when Al's date to the school dance rejects her, so Urkel takes her instead. Urkel is unmatched during his nerdy rap number, which he performed months earlier on a “Family Matters” episode. It's hard to match this joyful night in '90s sitcom history.