90s

What Happened To All Our Favorite Characters From 'The Drew Carey Show'?

The beloved show that made us hold our stomachs as we laughed off tears went on for nine seasons until it ended in 2004. When the first season came out in 1995, we were all giddy with excitement. The fictionalized version of the life of the former host of Whose Line Is It Anyway? was relatable and amusing. However, not everyone could appreciate the show because it stood in the shadows of popular sitcoms like Seinfeld, Friends, The Simpsons, and Everybody Loves Raymond. That being said, for those who did love this show, here's what your favorite characters have been

90s

10 Mascots From Your Childhood You Haven't Thought About In Years

It seems like every product, store and restaurant needed to have some kind of mascot to try and make kids love it more. Kids held a lot of power over the shopping choices apparently, because it seemed like everything was targeted to them. Whether it was a big box store's attempt at relevance, or a frozen food company just trying to convince kids they will love their food, companies did everything in their power to convince us that it was a great idea. How many of these mascots do you remember? To be fair, many of them are still around,

90s

Nintendo Power Is Back - Celebrate With 13 Facts About The Iconic Magazine

If you grew up playing Nintendo's classic video games, then you depended on the company's official magazine Nintendo Power for insider info, tips and tricks for your favorite games.While fans said goodbye to the magazine in 2012, Nintendo has revived Nintendo Power as a new podcast. There's more info on that below, but let's remember the magazine with 13 cool facts that are definitely Confidential.1. It started out as "Fun Club News"Nintendo fans who purchased the company's games could sign up for a 6-page leaflet called Fun Club News, which contained sneak previews of new Nintendo games.

Pop Culture

A Morbid Fan Theory About "The Holiday" Will Change The Way You Watch The Movie

Although The Holiday isn't exactly a Christmas classic (it was released in 2006), it is still one of those films that we can't help but re-watch every holiday season. Not sure if it's because we can't resist an uplifting Christmas movie with a modern twist or we just can't get enough of Kate Winslet, but either way the film does a good job of getting us into the spirit of the season.AmazonIf you need a refresher, all you really need to know is that the movie tells the story of two women, Iris (Kate Winslet), and Amanda (Cameron Diaz)

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Here's What Enrique Iglesias Has Been Up To Since He Became Our Hero, Baby

Enrique Iglesias is without a doubt one of the most nostalgic voices from our younger days, and even hearing those opening verses will send you into a tailspin down memory lane. Most of us started getting to know the singer in 2001, with the release of his Escape album, with award-winning radio hits like "Hero," "Don't Turn Off The Lights," and "Escape." Enrique has been no stranger to industry triumph, having over 150 number-one hits across all the Billboard charts,including five Billboard Hot 100 top five singles. In his personal life too, he has had much to be proud

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Examining the Rise of Car-Focused Movies Dominating the Early 2000s

We all agree that 90s TV and culture was the best. Hence, a lot of award-winning TV series and movies came out around that time. Today, we are still binging on those productions on Netflix, and we can't get enough of them.Most people still look back nostalgically to try to relive the 90s. However, nothing beats watching a car chase scene. Yes, car chase scenes make movie buffs sit on the edge of their seats and watch a movie from the opening scene to the end. And if the scene involves an occasional rat-ta-tat of guns, the better for

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The Eerie Truth Behind The Glitzy Murders Of "Chicago"

The modern retelling of the famous murder trials of 1924 showcases the scandal and corruption of Chicago during the Jazz age when everything was cast under a limelight. The 2002 musical remake of the 1927 silent film of the same name, Chicago, kept many of the details from its original onscreen plot, but how much of this is true to life?What's In A Name?GQTo begin with, the names were clearly written to sound more interesting. While Velma Kelly and Roxie Hart are great names for cabaret dancers, they are obviously not the real monikers of the women responsible

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11 Nostalgic Photos To Remind You Of How Much McDonald's Has Changed Over The Years

Last year, McDonald's introduced new cups, sandwich boxes, and packaging for their takeout bags. The new paper bags feature the iconic Golden Arches as well as "McDonald's" written in large bold letters, a noticeable departure from their previously white packaging. "The new look is simple, fresh and consistent with our vision to be a modern and progressive burger company," McDonald's spokewoman Becca Harry said. The RingerWhile the fast food giant is just trying to get in with the times, the introduction of the new packaging had some fans missing the way they once looked. Since the chain was founded in

Pop Culture

9 Of The Stupidest Decisions Ever Made In Horror Movies

Who doesn't love a good old-fashioned horror movie? Whether or not someone will admit it, everyone loves to be scared every once in a while. That being said, some movies are far scarier than others, and some are even downright cheesy and stupid. But the worst thing about your basic horror movie is when a character makes such a stupid decision, a decision that you know is not going to end up going well, when all they had to do was avoid the situation all together... It happens in virtually every scary movie, but there are some offenders who are