TV's Best Mullets: From 'Dog The Bounty Hunter' To 'The Facts Of Life' (PHOTOS)

01/04/2012 03:21 pm ET | Updated Jan 08, 2012

Love them or hate them, mullets are a part of our mane history. And TV characters are no exception to bad hair days.

Luckily, the simultaneously crop-top, free-flowing style is mostly in our past. (Right, formerly-mulleted, newly-engaged Mario Lopez?) But some are in our small screen present, like Dog Chapman of "Dog the Bounty Hunter," (premieres Wed., Jan. 4 at 10 p.m. EST on A&E) who is still rocking the business in the front, party in the back. To celebrate Lopez's engagement and Season 8 of "Dog," we're taking a trip down TV mullet memory lane.

Who can forget Jo's (Nancy McKeon) epic Flock of Seagulls-esque style during the later years of "The Facts of Life"? And how many times did MacGyver (Richard Dean Anderson) save the day while his glorious mane blew freely in the wind? Plus, there's Elvis-loving Uncle Jesse's (John Stamos) mullet, which is basically the king of mullets, from "Full House." And who could forget Captain Planet and his environment-saving cartoon mullet of green greatness?

Take a look at 25 TV's most renowned mullets through the years and rank them as you see fit!

TV's Best Mullets


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