Olivia Harvey
April 20, 2020 1:07 pm
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Now that you’re all caught up on the new television shows everyone’s been talking about, it’s time to go back to classics. MTV is currently streaming full episodes of its early-2000s shows, including Cribs, My Super Sweet 16, and Ashton Kutcher‘s original Punk’d. So slip into your velour tracksuit and pull on your Ugg boots. We’re going back in time.

Select episodes from throwback series are being uploaded to the YouTube channel MTV Vault, meaning that full episodes are free to watch.

It’s absolutely hilarious to go back and watch Cribs episodes nearly 20 years after they first aired. The homes, though large, are so out-of-date now. The charm of the show is wrapped up with one line the announcer says at the beginning of the Wilmer Valderrama/Naomi Campbell episode:

“It’s time to go where the screens are flat and the fridges are packed: Welcome back to Cribs-ville U.S.A.” We’re in love.

According to Decider, MTV will upload new nostalgic episodes of each vault show on different days. So, vintage Cribs episodes will air on Mondays and Fridays, Silent Library uploads on Tuesdays, Punk’d on Wednesdays, and Parental Control on Thursdays.

You can also catch snippets from some of the most divine My Super Sweet 16 episodes, like when Sophie had to narrow down her guest list from 1,000 to 100.

This is truly the definition of extra:

Needless to say, you’re about to dive down a rabbit hole of epic proportions. MTV Vault has come to the rescue and our need for nostalgia has been met.

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