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10 Facts About 'Office Space' Including What "PC Load Letter" Really Means

When Office Space came out in 1999, it gave people everywhere an excuse to quit their crummy job. Seriously.Director Mike Judge says that to this day people tell him they stopped putting up with their bosses after seeing this movie. If you're still wondering what the heck a TPS report is after all these years, check out these 10 facts about the movie:1. It began as a Liquid Television shortWhen Mike Judge was an engineer, he had an actual coworker named Milton, who really threatened to quit because his desk kept being moved. Judge went on to create

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8 Mighty Morphin' Facts That Even True '90s Kids Don't Know

Come on, who didn't watch at least a couple episodes of this high-octane action TV show? It had everything we wanted in a series. There was the space wizard, the dinosaur aliens, the kick-ass team that anyone could look up to, and the way they would morph into Zords (mega-rangers) in order to defeat the perils of evil!Not many people have seen all of the seasons, after all, there are 24 of them so far. Though even the most dedicated fans don't know everything about the origins of this awesome franchise, so here are eight behind-the-scene factoids about how

80s

How 'WarGames' Freaked Out Ronald Reagan And Ticked Off The Military

It's hard to believe today, but when it was released in 1983 WarGames - a silly little sci-fi movie starring Matthew Broderick - absolutely terrified the leader of the free world. Public enemy number one.KitGuruFor those of you who missed this genuinely fun movie, it stars Broderick as computer hacker David, who accidentally hacks into NORAD's top secret threat-detection computer the WOPR, inspired by a real NORAD machine named the BRGR - get it? Whopper, burger? Of course, while trying to play games on this computer, David accidentally triggers a thermonuclear war.In a race against time to stop

Pop Culture

13 Horror Movie Facts Guaranteed To Keep You Up At Night

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre scene that was "worse than Vietnam"Suddenly all your family dinners during the holidays don't seem that bad.VortexThe infamous dinner scene in Texas Chainsaw Massacre is known for being incredibly hard to sit through, but as it turns out it was even harder to film. The actor who played Grandfather hated the process of applying his makeup so much that he refused to go through it again, leaving them to shoot all of his scenes in one brutal 36 hour marathon.A whole lot of nope.VortexTo make things worse, they were filming

90s

9 Facts About Hanson That Will Make You Say "MMMCool"

When it comes to music, the 90s gave us a lot of gems, but none of them has defined an era as much as 'MMMBop' did. Everyone who's lived through the 90s knows exactly where that quasi-gibberish word came from and has definitely sung along to it. The band behind the hit song, Hanson, was formed in 1992, but it wasn't until they dropped their debut single in 1996 that they became worldwide sensations. Composed of brothers Isaac, Taylor and Zac, Hanson went on to sell over 16 million records worldwide and steal even more teenage hearts along the way.

70s

Fonzie's Leather Jacket Was Banned, And 12 Other Secrets From The Set Of 'Happy Days'

Whether you grew up in the '50s or not, there's just something about Happy Days that takes us all back to a simpler time. Generations of families have watched the show together, but they probably never knew these behind-the-scenes facts.Hollywood.com1. The cast all worked second jobs as athletesHappy Days creator Gary Marshall came up with a creative way to raise money for charity and let the cast relax after hours. They all played together on a softball team named the Happy Days All Stars. The team played short charity matches before major league games.ABCThey also went on

80s

10 Reasons Why Pat Sajak Is Still The Coolest Game Show Host On TV

If your family is anything like mine, you probably grew up eating your dinner in front of the TV. And since no American family can ever agree on what to watch, we all settled for a game of Wheel of Fortune.They haven't aged a day.HuffPostThe crossword puzzle game show has been a TV staple since 1975, and host Pat Sajak joined on as the host in 1981. Even if you see him on TV every day, there's a lot you probably never knew about Sajak.1. He's a Vietnam War veteranSajak in Vietnam.USOSajak joined the

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Debbie Harry Is A Psychic, And 11 Other Things About Blondie That Will Make You Say "What?"

The eclectic American rock band, Blondie, started as an underground band in the mid-seventies. It wasn't until 1978, when they released their iconic album Parallel Lines, that the band gained better recognition. Over the next few decades, the band's hits often reached number one on charts across the globe helping them cement their place in the music industry. In 2006, Blondie was induced into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame further proving that they are one of the best pop-rock bands to come out of the 1970s. The original band members, Debbie Harry and Chris Stein, are still releasing

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10 Things You Didn't Know About E.T. That Will Make You Want To Phone Home

This wonderful classic captured the hearts of people around the world. I think we all remember reaching for the tissues when the young Elliot lost his friend. Directed by Steven Spielberg, it tells the story of a young boy named Elliott who is struggling to cope with his parents' divorce. He lives with his single mother, older brother and younger sister. His life gets more interesting when he discovers an alien life-form that was left behind after coming to Earth to study our planet. His attempts to hide the creature fail and eventually the government learns of his existence. E.

80s

15 Facts About Baywatch - Your Dad's Favorite TV Show

Of all our beloved '90s shows, it's pretty surprising that Baywatch is getting the most attention these days. A new remake hit theaters this summer, while a musical inspired by the show debuts in London next year.MirrorThey can never measure up to the cheesy goodness of the original show, but we can't blame them for trying. Here are 15 facts about the original hit series:1. Breast implants caused continuity errors Yes, it's the kind of problem that would only come up on the set of Baywatch. According to producers, actress Nicole Eggert (who played Summer Quinn) was very