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See TODAY Show's '90s Halloween 2016 costume reveal

The TODAY team dressed up as some of the decade's most iconic figures for Halloween 2016, from Jerry Seinfeld to Demi Moore.
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The '90s are back and bigger than ever!

The TODAY team dressed up as some of the decade's most iconic figures for Halloween 2016. Jerry Seinfeld (Matt Lauer), Demi Moore (Savannah Guthrie), Steve Urkel (Al Roker) and more visited the TODAY Plaza, and the crowd went wild.

To get things started, Carson Daly returned to his MTV roots and took a turn at the monitor, "Total Request Live"-style.

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Twisters Tamron Hall and Willie Geist brought back big-screen fun with their take on Mia Wallace and Vincent Vega's epic dance from "Pulp Fiction."

Al Roker's high-water jeans, suspenders and bold frames made him unmistakable as '90s-sitcom nerd Steve Urkel.

Al Roker as Steve Urkel
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Carson had a sequel to his pre-taped "TRL" costume. He was back on the plaza (and on a motorcycle!) as the Terminator.

Carson Daly as Terminator
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As for Savannah, she looked picture perfect channeling the revealing and iconic Vanity Fair cover that had everyone buzzing about Demi Moore back in 1991.

Matt, in his puffy shirt, wasn't alone for his "Seinfeld" tribute. Former TODAY anchor Bryant Gumbel showed up to reprise his own role from that unfashionable episode.

Another great '90s pair showed up for the festivities — "Regis and Kathie Lee," as played by Kathie Lee Gifford (Regis) and Hoda Kotb (KLG).

Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda are Kathie Lee and Regis
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Then Jenna Bush Hager took an unforgettable turn on the dance her grandmother, Barbara Bush!

The former first lady later joined us and offered her two cents on Jenna's "costume."

"I heard she was going to dress up like a witch, so I did, too," Bush joked.

But that wasn't all! At 9:00, Al was joined by Tamron Hall, who channeled Julia Roberts' Vivian from "Pretty Woman," and Dylan Dreyer's Baby Spice.

Tamron in Pretty Woman
Dylan Dreyer as Baby Spice
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Just how good was Dylan's impression? It was so realistic (the actual) Mel B of the Spice Girls made a surprise appearance to salute the effort!

Our pup Charlie even got in the spirit! Isn't he just the sweetest Beanie Baby you've ever seen?

Charlie on TODAY dressed as a Beenie Baby for Halloween.
Charlie, meet your plush doppelganger.TODAY

Naturally, if you're doing a '90s themed Halloween, you must have a concert from Smash Mouth!

And check this video out to see how we pulled it all off!