Even then, the young Kate Conway was well on the way to becoming both lead singer of T'Pau and Chief Executive Officer of News International.
Lauren Holness has adopted the approach of pretending she had tons of friends in the 90s. But look closesly and you can detect the unmistakeable whiif of photoshoppery here.
Lyndsey Honour. All of this is her fault. If you want to write that she pickles and eats her own bunions, feel free.
Poor Marion Bentley - always onn the periphery, never in the middle. At work, we've set up a desk for her in the stairwell.
At Peter Heneghan's school, everyone was scared of the Maths Teacher, Brian Vader, and his lightsabre.
Robyn McMurray, you are NEVER young enough to excuse the socks-and-sandals look.
Ah Christmas... the tree, the decorations, the joyous goodwill, the utterly funereal clothes... good work, Sam Elliott.
Reward: £25,000 to anyone who can find a picture, from any era, of Simon Ricks with his shirt on.
Infuriatingly, in this picture you can't see the full glory of Steve Rosier's trousers, a tartan so lurid it would make a golfer baulk. Still, you have the hair, the lovely, lustrous hair.
One of these men went on to become among the best known TV actors in the world. The other (Chris Worwood) had a haircut. So the intervening years have been kind to both of them.
Meet Chrissy 'Massive Hands' Silva. Those massive foam hands you get were actually modeled on her. Bad luck, Chrissy, we can still see your dodgy barnet.
Oh, you might think Hannah Walker looks good. But behind those shades is a lazy eye, a hideous eyelid wart, and a zit the size of Newmarket.
For years, Kiran Poonia grew up believing all girls dressed the same. And that Santa had a shock of black hair and smelled of supermarket own-brand lager.
Peach schnapps and champagne in a coffee mug. Lis Clucas, classy then, now and always.
Right, that's yer lot. And yes, I did notice we stopped doing things alphabetically towards the end.
Anyway, please watch My Mad fat Diary, it's really funny, and has cost us all our dignity.
My Mad Fat Diary is on E4 on Mondays from 14th January at 10pm