Roger from "Sister, Sister" is now a beautiful man and we do NOT want him to go home
Back in the ’90s, we all wished we had an identical twin thanks to Sister, Sister: an iconic show starring real-life sisters Tia and Tamera Mowry. They played twins who unintentionally reunited as teens after being separated at birth. Once their characters moved in together so they wouldn’t (once again) be torn apart, their neighbor Roger became a part of the storyline and…
The catchphrase “Go home, Roger!” was born!
Roger was played by actor Marques Houston, who was 13 years old when the show first started in 1994. By the time the show ended in 1999, he was an 18-year-old teen.
This is what he looked like then, toward the end of the show:
And this is what Marques looks like now:
The following side-by-side makes us want to say “Stay here and never leave, Roger!”
The best part is that Marques (who’s now a 35-year-old ) is still friends with Tia and Tamera!
To caption the heartwarming photo, he wrote: “#tbt me and my favorite girls @tameramowrytwo and @tiadmowry my smile couldn’t be any bigger hahaha.” (Our nostalgia-loving hearts cannot handle how precious this is.)
We love that Marques refers to the sisters as his favorite people:
And that he calls Tamera his #PooPooNeeNee:
So… when can we expect to see a Sister, Sister reboot?