90s

Macaulay Culkin Turned Down "Hundreds Of Millions Of Dollars" To Be On 'Big Bang Theory'

Even if you don't like the show, it's hard to deny that The Big Bang Theory has taken over television. If I hear one more person say "BAZINGA!" unironically, I might lose my mind. The show's stars have basically set themselves up for life with their contracts, each making $1 million per episode. It seems hard to believe that someone would turn down the opportunity to be a part of such a massive television hit, but Macaulay Culkin did just that. CBSIn the Home Alone actor's defense, though, he was offered the show before it even aired. That being said,

90s

Woman Proves She Still Wears Her 90s Bridesmaid Dress After Bride Apologizes For Them

You know how every single bride says that they pick their bridesmaid dresses because they could "easily wear them again?" Well, finally a bride has admitted she was wrong but her bridesmaid had the best response imaginable. Tammi Sauer took to Facebook to celebrate her anniversary, but at the same time she apologized to the bridesmaids at her wedding. She wrote "These two 22-year-olds are celebrating 22 years of marriage! Hubba hubba. My apologies for those dresses, ladies." Tammi SauerThe handmade dresses were based on a pattern because the bride's distinct vision wasn't available in stores. “Apparently, not everyone in

90s

'Power Rangers' Are Coming Back (Again) Thanks To New Deal With Hasbro

When Power Rangers was rebooted last year, there were a lot of excited people and a lot of people who were, well, let's just call them 'less than excited.'People were ready for our 'Mighty Morphing Power Rangers' to come and save the day, but then again, we all tend to hate new spins on old classics. When the movie came out, it did well at first, but the hype kind of fell off as soon as all the other summer movies started coming out. Power Rangers would go on to make over $85 million domestically, and over $140 worldwide,

90s

Froot Loops Cereal Straws Are Coming Back But You Won't Have Long To Get Your Fix

A lot of us may have forgotten about the glory that was Froot Loop Straws, but we shouldn't have. Froot Loops were (and still are) one of the best cereals on the market, and when they released the straw version, all of us collectively lost our minds.Suddenly, there was the easy and delicious way to drink up all that Froot Loop-flavored milk at the end of your breakfast, and then a bonus little treat after the fact. It was absolutely perfect, and when they took them away we all suffered. It has been a while since the classic treat

80s

First Look At The New 'Terminator' Sequel Shows Sarah Connor Is Back And Ready To Fight

The Terminator movies were some of the most influential action movies of our time. They made us think twice about having AI robots, and honestly, they freaked a lot of us out completely when we were young. Should we have been watching Terminator as kids? Probably not. Did that stop us? Nope! Instead we all just developed what I'll call a 'healthy concern' for super-mega corporations that we think could be turning into the next Skynet. Sarah Connor became our hero. The way she transformed from damsel to badass lady really stood out as something different, and even though her

90s

They're Making A Prequel Of 'The Sandlot' And It's 'Killin' Me, Smalls'

Everyone remembers the iconic movie The Sandlot. It was one of those 90s classics that we would watch over and over again, until we finally learned each and every word of it. When it came out, you could hear everyone repeating "You're killin' me, Smalls" all the time, and now, after all these years, it's all going to come back to us. The Hollywood Reporter has revealed that a new movie is going to be released, and before you get mad at a potential reboot, relax, it's not a reboot. They aren't even trying to make a sequel. It's actually

80s

Your 5 Favorite Fast Food Places Have Changed A Lot Since You Were A Kid

Going to a fast food restaurant may be one of those things that some people are ashamed of now, but when we were kids it was all we ever wanted. It wasn't just the greasy french fries, cheeseburgers, and chicken nuggets, either, there were also play places and the toys that came with our meals to get excited about! Being a kid and going to a fast food place was the absolute best. When we go back now, it doesn't feel the same. First of all we actually have to pay for our own meals, but more importantly, everything looks

90s

Uncle Jesse And Aunt Becky Were The Best Couple Of The 90s, And Keep Proving It 30 Years Later

When you think back to all the most famous couples of the 90s, I'm sure a few stand out. Sure, Ross and Rachel were popular, and the whole Brenda/Kelly/Dylan love triangle was interesting, but there was one relationship that has proven to truly stand the test of time. When Uncle Jesse met Danny Tanner's new Wake Up, San Francisco co-host, Rebecca "Becky" Donaldson, the whole world shifted. It was like everything fell into place. There were harps playing beautiful melodies, the sun came out from behind a thunderous cloud, and everyone on the planet felt some peace. Jesse

90s

Tours Banned From Visiting 'Full House' Location After Neighbors Tell Them To 'Cut It Out'

Watching Full House as a kid was one of the most important things we had to do. Every week we would tune in to see how the Tanner family was doing, and after all those years it started to feel kind of like it was our house too. As all of us 90s kids got older, we realized that this house was actually a real place, and while we couldn't go inside of it, we could at least do a tour where we saw the outside in person. There were a lot of different tours that would take big groups

90s

Kelsey Grammer Is Trying To Reboot 'Fraiser' But Fans Are Not Happy

When you think of the biggest sitcoms of the 90s, you probably have a few that pop into your mind. Friends, Will & Grace, Roseanne, Seinfeld, and of course Fraiser were basically required viewing in the 90s, and now yet another one of those may come back. Fraiser was a spin-off of Cheers, and while many other spin-offs fail miserably, this one managed to run for 11 seasons. Following the psychiatrist's family life in Seattle was always a good time, and now Kelsey Grammer is looking to bring it back. Grammer played Fraiser Crane for over 20 years between his run