90s

15 Nifty Facts About Pixar - Including Why 'Incredibles 2' Kept Us Waiting So Long

If childhood memories had a "Made in..." stamp on them, a lot of yours would probably say "Emeryville, California."That's where Pixar Animation Studios has their (seriously cool) headquarters.If you were raised on their awesome movies, you'll probably be interested in these facts about the studio.1. They love Easter eggsPixar has so many hidden jokes and eye-catchers they can't fit in one entry, but let's start with that iconic Pizza Planet truck from Toy Story.It pops up in every Pixar film, but you need sharp eyes to spot it. Or you could watch this video that rounds

Fashion

20 Times Our Favorite Celebrities Were Guilty Of Fashion Crimes In The '90s

Styles come and go, but fashion sense is eternal. Actually, not really. These photos from the '90s prove that your personal style gets better with age, because these stars wouldn't be caught dead in these outfits today.1. Celine DionNews 18Dion is known as a fashion icon these days, but we still have a lot of questions about this "reverse suit." The singer walked the red carpet at the 1999 Oscars looking like Carmen Sandiego in arctic camouflage, and unsurprisingly she changed her outfit before performing in the ceremony.2. The Kardashian-JennersABC NewsDenim abuse will be a recurring theme on

90s

13 Stars Who Were On 'Saved By The Bell' Before Their Careers Took Off

Every episode of Saved by the Bell featured a new wacky story about the kids from Bayside High School, and usually introduced us to one or two memorable new characters.Just a handful of the actors and actresses who played those bit parts went on to do bigger and brighter things. Here are 13 celebrities who broke into show business with parts on Saved by the Bell.1. Tori SpellingAfter being turned down by Lisa Turtle for three seasons, Screech was obviously feeling scorned. For three episodes, his attention and affection turned to a dorky new girl: Violet Bickerstaff.Spelling's

90s

15 Goosebumps Books That Failed To Give Us Goosebumps

We have to give R.L. Stine credit for making kids across America actually pick up a book, but looking back at our childhood reading habits we have to question some of his choices.There were 62 books in the original Goosebumps series, and at the height of their popularity Stine was pumping out a new novel every month, so it's no surprise they weren't all winners.Here are 15 entries that were more silly than scary:1. I Live in Your BasementScholasticMarco's basement is home to a gloopy Jell-O monster named Keith (Keith?! Really?!) who wants the boy to

90s

13 Facts About 'Tiny Toon Adventures' That Are A Little Loony

The cartoon that defined our Saturday mornings growing up picked up where the classic Warner Bros. cartoons left off, with a new cast of characters inspired by our old favorites.But we bet there's a lot you never knew about this classic series. Here are 13 tiny but toony facts about the show.1. The animator's followed the "Mother's House" ruleUnlike the original Warner Bros. cartoons, you never saw characters pointing guns at each other in Tiny Toon Adventures. But you also didn't see many characters being hit with chairs, smacked with rolling pins, or threatened with knives.Warner Bros.

90s

25 Disturbing Garbage Pail Kids That Still Gross Us Out Decades Later

Long before fidget spinners were banned from playgrounds across America, teachers struggled to control the spread of the giddily disgusting Garbage Pail Kids cards.While we tried to get our grubby little hands on every single set of these trading cards, looking back we wonder how we could stomach the nasty designs. Here are 25 cards that still make our stomachs churn:1. Slain WayneToppsWhile boogers were the bread and butter of garbage pail kids, the cards weren't afraid to stray into very adult territory. This scene of a death by execution was definitely one of their most questionable images.