I know that I'm setting myself up for a lot of criticism here but I'm almost 30 years old and I've never seen a full episode of this classic show.

We have already gone over the millenial generation's pick for the best '90s show ever. Now see what New York's favorite show is from the decade that brought us the Discman and Sega Genesis.

Dish, recently published the numbers behind the most watched '90s sitcom from every state. I'm sure to no one's surprise that Friends won the national average.

It's also not a shocker that Washington loves Frasier. I am a bit confused on how The Nanny even made the list let alone became two state's favorite show.

The biggest take away is that New York has great taste in sitcoms. It turns out we love our Seinfeld. It's a great show but New Yorkers have this strange obsession with Seinfeld. Everyone always quotes the soup nazi and yadda yadda.

Is Seinfeld the quintessential New York sitcom? Something tells me that it is since it has more awards and nominations than years that I've been alive.