'Living Single': 11 Life Lessons

It's been 20 years since the four homegirls from Brooklyn taught us about love and sisterhood.

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Grant Hill (playing himself) and Khadijah (Warner Bros. Entertainment)

Khadijah works with several celebrities for cover stories for Flavor magazine. Remember when Grant Hill falls head-over-heels in love with her? ("Khadijah, I think I need ya … Khadijaaah.") She also falls for a few other interviewees, including Alonzo, who is selected as teacher of the year and whom she dates for several episodes. Then there's the employee who threatens to sue her for sexual harassment after she fires him.

4. "Mama got to have a life, too."

Regine's mother, Laverne (Chip Fields) and Regine (Warner Bros. Entertainment)

While at dinner with her mother, Laverne, Regine gets pushed to the side as millionaire businessman Hamilton tries to push up on Laverne. Hamilton and Laverne spend a whirlwind two weeks together, and Regine gets more and more jealous.

5. Don't let someone tell you how to wear your hair.

Kyle Barker (Warner Bros. Entertainment)

Kyle is a stockbroker at a prestigious firm in the city. He wants to take over a project -- establishing a mutual fund in Africa for the firm -- but his efforts are met with a bit of resistance, especially from his black co-worker. The co-worker doesn't think Kyle's dreds present a "corporate image." But after trying on several hideous wigs, Kyle remembers the importance of staying true to his heritage and to himself.

6. At any age, Eartha Kitt will always be fly.

Eartha Kitt (Warner Bros. Entertainment)