Whoa…Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure turns 30 today (February 17.)
On top of all the time-traveling history goodness, the movie features one of the best friendships in all of film and TV. In honor of its anniversary, take a look at these nine iconic friendships.
Bill and Ted (Bill and Ted Franchise)
If your friend’s dad threatened military school if you two flunked your history class, you’d travel through time to pull out all the stops to keep your friend at your school, too!
Romy and Michele (Romy & Michele’s High School Reunion)
Going to your ten-year high school reunion is kind of like time travel. For Romy and Michelle, it’s their way to stick it to the “A-Group” who bullied them for those formative four years.
Cory and Shawn (Boy Meets World)
Few friendships are as beloved as Cory and Shawn. Boy Meets World fans saw them grow up from middle school to college and all of the ups-and-downs that comes with those years.
Evan and Seth (Superbad)
Evan and Seth are graduating from high school and are about to go their separate ways to college, but there’s nothing that brings two friends together than the hopes of potentially hooking up with their dream girls at the biggest party of their lives.
Daria and Jane (Daria)
They don’t fit in and are too sardonic for Lawndale High or really any high school in existence. Thankfully, they have each other to lean on and viewers got to make fun of their fellow classmates with them.
Jay and Silent Bob (View Askewniverse)
Think of them like a super-rude, modern version of The Odd Couple. Their shenanigans throughout the entire “View Askewniverse” honestly deserve their own list.
Wayne and Garth (Saturday Night Live/Wayne’s World I & II)
Bound together thanks to rock and roll and an amazing cable access show, Wayne and Garth were “goals” decades before that phrase became a thing.
Harry and Lloyd (Dumb & Dumber films)
They should be too dumb to function, but Harry and Lloyd’s absurd stupidity leads them equally absurd adventures. At the end of the day, they truly do care about each other. Also, Harry is right; you can’t triple stamp a double stamp.
Harold and Kumar (Harold and Kumar Franchise)
Desperately trying to satisfy the munchies, escaping Gitmo and finding a new Christmas tree. Is there nothing these two stoners can’t do?!
Erica Banas is rock/classic rock news blogger that loves the smell of old vinyl in the morning.