The Baby-Sitters Club were responsible for the best daycare on the block, but they were also dealing with all the problems of junior high!
Whether it was meeting estranged family members, attending summer school, or experiencing first loves, The Baby-Sitters Club showed us what it was like to be a teen in the 90s. Not only that, but there were so many members that it was easy to find one you related to.
Let's see how all the members of the Baby-Sitters Club look like now!
Kristy Thomas - Schuyler Fisk
Stacey McGill - Bre Blair
Mary Anne Spier - Rachael Leigh Cook
Dawn Schafer - Larisa Oleyik
Claudia Kishi - Tricia Joe
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Mallory Pike - Stacy Linn Ramsower
Jessi Ramsey - Zelda Harris
Luca - Christian Oliver
Logan Bruno - Austin O'Brien
Alan Gray - Aaron Michael Metchik
Margarite 'Cokie' Mason - Marla Sokoloff
Who was your favorite character in The Baby-Sitters Club? Let us know in the comments!
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