14 Costumes Inspired By Sitcom Halloween Episodes


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Want some Halloween costume advice? Don’t dress up. You’re not a child and you’re not a woman, so you’re not allowed to wear a costume.

However, if you still insist, be creative. Dress up like a classic TV character from one of their show’s Halloween episodes. Allow me to explain. Don’t dress up like Steve Urkel. Dress like Steve Urkel dressed up like Superman. That means wearing the cape and the tights, along with the big glasses and box cut. Below are some other classic TV characters wearing Halloween costumes. Just remember, wearing any costume at all, even one of these, guarantees that the only thing you’ll share your bed with on Halloween night is a bunch of unwanted Sweet Tarts.

Beavis and Butt-Head as Nachos and a Nad

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Rudy Huxtable from “The Cosby Show” as a Pumpkin

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Cartman from “South Park” as Hitler

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The Bundys from “Married… with Children” as The Village People

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Tim Taylor from “Home Improvement” as a flying monkey

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Sam and Woody from “Cheers” as a cowboy and a pirate

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Carlton from “The Fresh Prince” as Macaulay Culkin

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Screech from “Saved by the Bell” as Sherlock Holmes

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Ross from “Friends” as Sputnik

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Roseanne as Prince

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The Fonz from “Happy Days” as Zorro

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Fez from “That ’70s Show” as Batman

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“Freaks and Geeks” as Groucho Marx, Tin Man and the Bionic Woman

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