20 famous last lines from our favorite ’90s TV shows

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After years of living together and going to the same coffee shop, Friends ended a bit of a cheeky note. Rachel asks the group, “Should we get some coffee?” And Chandler ironically replies:

“Sure. Where?”

Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Buffy and her Scooby gang continually and reliably saved their town of Sunnydale, and subsequently, the world. When they once again, and finally, defeated the hellmouth, Buffy’s sister Dawn turns to her and wonders:

“What are we going to do now?”


After almost a decade of pouring drinks and fellowshipping with friends, Sam ends the run on a melancholy note. When a potential patron comes in, ringing the bell, he sighs:

“Sorry, we’re closed.”


As one of the more polarizing finales in TV history, a lot of folks didn’t enjoy how their favorite show ended. Some folks remember the second-to-last scene, in which they again discuss the second button on the shirt. However, the actual last line of the show comes from Jerry during the final credits. Doing his standup, donning an orange jumpsuit, Jerry finishes his “set,” and leaves with:

“Hey, you’ve been great. See you in the cafeteria.”

Sex and the City

Carrie Bradshaw’s search for love was the pervasive theme throughout this series. Her relationship with on-again/off-again boyfriend Big also ate up a lot of screen time. So, it’s a fitting end that Carrie finally comes around to a little self-awareness. After all the romantic hijinks, she leaves us with bit of wisdom:

“And if you find someone to love the you you love, well, that’s fabulous.”