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9 Things About Miss Congeniality That Are Better Than April 25th

It's been 17 years since we were blessed with Miss Congeniality, and it still holds up as a comedic classic. It was the first time we really got to see Sandra Bullock in her element, and once she found the spotlight she never left it. But there are some things about the movie you may not have know, and frankly they're more perfect than April 25th. International Business Times1. Mr. EdYou probably know him as Richard Gilmore, but the late, legendary Ed Herrmann was set to make a cameo in Miss Congeniality. He was set to play Gracie's father, and

90s

Leelee Sobieski Was Everywhere In The 90s, But Do You Know What She's Been Up To?

Leelee Sobieski was one of the most popular stars of the 90s and early 2000s. She seemed to have a part in basically all our favorite movies, and had such a promising career ahead of her. Even though we all expected her to be around for a long time, she seems to have vanished from the public eye. Where did she go? Her real name is actually Liliane Rudabet Floria Elsvea Sobieski, so she shortened it to Leelee because that is much easier to fit on a movie poster. She was discovered when she was really young, and was cast

00s

10 Things About "Friday Night Lights" That Will Leave You With Clear Eyes and A Full Heart

Friday Night Lights was one of the most criminally underrated shows on television. It wasn't until it got cancelled that we all started to appreciate the magic the Dillon Panthers brought us. Smash Williams, Jason Street, Tim Riggins, and Matt Saracen all gave us a love of football, even if we never thought it possible. Plus, Tami Taylor is the guidance counselor we all needed but never got. Here are some things about Friday Night Lights that will leave you screaming "CLEAR EYES, FULL HEARTS, CAN'T LOSE!"1. Life Imitating ArtPop SugarTim Riggins lead a troubled life and even found

00s

12 Shows You Loved To Watch As A Kid, But Have Now Completely Forgotten About

I loved watching television growing up. Really, which kid growing up through the 90s and early 2000s didn't? The times have changed, and so has the television aimed at kids, and not for the better. I'm tired of forcing my kids to watch "educational" shows with little-to-no creativity all of the time. True, it is important to get some information packed in there, but whatever happened to watching shows purely for their entertainment value?Here are 12 shows from the 90s and early 2000s that were a joy to watch growing up, but you have likely forgotten all about them

Life

Remember Your First Friend, Myspace Tom? Here's What He's Up To These Days

Before we wasted every free second of our lives on Facebook (kind of like you're doing right now) we were obsessively tinkering with our Myspace profile page.If you made it into Princess Kimberly's Top 8, you earned a guest spot on her reality show.MyspaceSay what you will about Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, WhatsApp, or any other social media platform. They just don't measure up to the hours we spent answering surveys and watching Dane Cook videos on Myspace. And of course, Myspace had a secret weapon that made it much friendlier than any other site: Tom Anderson.

Pop Culture

15 Movies From The Early 2000s That Still Make Us Grab The Popcorn

We were all under the impression that the world would end at the turn of the century. Luckily it didn't, or else we would've missed all these great films. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's StoneThe first movie of the Harry Potter franchise was a huge box office success, generating almost one billion dollars worldwide! This fantasy, action story is packed with compelling characters and an exciting storyline. PopBuzzCharlie and the Chocolate FactoryAlthough it's a remake of the beloved Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971), it's arguably the better one. A fantasy like this requires quality effects that were not

90s

10 Shows We All Watched As Teens That Prove We Lived In The Golden Age Of Television

Let's face it, with a few exceptions, television as it stands now, sucks. "Reality" TV has taken over the air waves and it is systematically making us stupider for watching it. What ever happened to the golden age of TV? Throughout the 00s we were privy to some amazing characters and story lines; that was real entertainment. And if you happened to grow up during that period you were witness to some truly iconic television shows. The current generation will never know the joy of watching these 10 shows on a weekly basis, living through them like you were part

Pop Culture

7 Shows That Prove We Were All A Little Obsessed With Anime

These English-dubbed Japanese anime shows were aired on channels like Nickelodeon or Cartoon Network. Here's a list of some of our favorites! DigimonMost of us started out watching Pokémon, so Digimon was pretty cool to watch too. It was nice to hear what the Digimon thought, whereas the only Pokémon that could say something was Meowth, and he was annoying anyway. thevoxremixes.bandcamp.comYu-Gi-Oh!This fantasy card game nearly became our reality, whether it was watching the lives of young Yugi Moto and his friends Joey, Tristan, and Téa or playing the trading card game with our friends. IlVideogioco.comSailor

90s

The Most Iconic Style Trend From The Early 2000s Is Back And Everyone Is Wondering Why

Fashion and beauty seem to be cyclical in nature. Whatever was stylish at one point seems to always make its comeback. The problem is, we don't always want it to happen. The late 90s and early millennium were an interesting time to be alive. There were a lot of really low-cut pants with high-rise underwear, crop tops, and so many hair extensions. One of the more notorious style choices we remember from that time period was the chunky highlights. Everyone from Christina to Kelly Clarkson was rocking the look. It was happening all over the place. RCAPeople would either start

00s

What Ever Happened To Uncle Kracker And Is Everything Still Alright?

Follow me and everything is alright, he'll be the one to tuck you in at night. And if you don't believe he can guarantee, you won't find nobody else like him. At least that's what he said 16 years ago when Uncle Kracker's hit song "Follow Me" debuted and became a huge hit. His follow up album ended up getting him another pretty huge hit called "Drift Away", but since then he has kind of fallen off the map. But where did he go? LavaHe got his start in music with Kid Rock as the turntablist for the backing group