90s

90210 Alumi Join Forces To Bring Us Back To West Beverly Hills High School, Well, Sort Of

We all remember watching the original 90210 right? Kelly, Donna and Brenda were the cool kids we were jealous of, and Dylan and Brandon were the loves of our lives. The teens were iconic in the 90s. Everyone wanted to be like them, although none of us actually wanted their drama, but it was always fun to watch. Beverly Hills, 90210 ran from October, 1990 to May, 2000. It was definitely one of the most dramatic shows we watched as young adults. They dealt with everything from teen pregnancy to eating disorders and everything in between. Kelly Taylor was a

Celebrities

Edward Furlong Was A Rising Star, But His Life Took A Drastic Turn That's Left Him Unrecognizable

The former teen idol had roles in iconic movies like Terminator 2: Judgement Day, American Heart, and Pet Sematary, but now Edward Furlong's name is barely remembered. The forgotten actor was on the road to becoming a huge star, with an enormous career ahead of him, but what happened to derail such a successful career?He was first discovered in the early 90s, when he was cast as John Connor in Terminator 2: Judgement Day. He truly stole the show and held his own against Arnold, and managed to nab a few awards for being a breakthrough actor. TriStar PicturesThe

Pop Culture

Tim Allen Talks About Potential 'Home Improvement' Reunion And We Aren't Sure How To Feel

Home Improvement was one of the greatest shows of the 90s. Watching Tim 'the Tool Man' Taylor awkwardly and outrageously fail at making things while continuing to make a show about how good he is at making things was just absolutely great. . We watched Tim fall off of roofs, we watched Tim electrocute himself, we watched Tim explode various projects, but all the while he managed to not die and not get fired. I think a lot us, myself included, thought of him as our TV dad. He reminded me so much of my dad, the only difference was my

TV

'Blue's Clues' Is Coming Back, But You May Not Like The New Look

We all remember watching Blue's Clues right? Sure, a lot of us were older, but personally I remember the kids I used to babysit being obsessed with it. "There's a clue!" the children would scream at the top of their lungs, and I would cringe, because I knew that Steve wasn't going to hear them. They would only scream louder, but he would pretend like he couldn't see the big blue paw print in the middle of his cartoon house. This would go on for many, many minutes. Steve took care of Blue, while solving the mysteries that she would

90s

20 Songs You Always Listened To On Your Discman That You Haven't Thought About Since

There really is no other way to put this, if you remember these songs you are definitely getting closer to 30+, than you are to 21. There are songs on this list that we wish we could forget, and the younger generation should be glad that they never had to live through a time where these were blasting on car radios. But some of these hits bring back memories of simpler times, handing out with our friends, doing things we enjoyed before we had to start "adulting".  1. Strong Enough - Cher Cher has been around forever. This isn't

90s

10 Of The Weirdest Objects Michael Jackson Kept At Neverland Ranch

You've all heard of Neverland Ranch, and if you haven't...well then I'm not sure you live on this planet. Owned and occupied by Michael Jackson, Neverland Ranch was based off the fantasy island of Neverland from Peter Pan, where boys never grow up. The property became pretty controversial, after allegations of sexual assault against Michael Jackson started circulating. In 2003, the Neverland Ranch was searched by 70 police officers after accusations arose that Michael Jackson had molested children on the premises. After the investigation, Jackson abandoned the property, saying it has been "violated." In 2006, the property went into

90s

Macaulay Culkin Debunks 'Home Alone' Fan Theories, Discusses Its Biggest Plot Hole

Once known as one of the most popular child stars, the now reclusive Macaulay Culkin is slowly resurfacing back into the limelight. In January, the Richie Rich actor hosted a candid Reddit AMA session, where he announced his newest project, a podcast called Bunny Ears, and discussed his "drug addiction" and friendship with the late Michael Jackson. Last Sunday, he live tweeted the Oscars, without even watching the awards show, and blessed fans with a series of facetious comments. Macaulay Culkin/TwitterOn March 3, Culkin made an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, where he responded to fan

Life

12 Things Every 90s Kid Had In Their Bedroom

If your bedroom didn't have these things, you probably wanted them at some point. It's crazy to think today's teens want an aesthetically pleasing bedroom, when all we wanted was a lava lamp and a couple posters to be happy. Here are 12 things you probably had in your room in the 90s. 1. At least one creepy doll.I have no idea why every household had at least one of those creepy china dolls, but at one point I had a shelf absolutely filled with them all sitting side by side. This went on for a few years, until

90s

The Simple, Strange Detail We All Missed When We Watched 'Toy Story'

Toy Story may be one of the most famous Pixar movies of all time, but that doesn't mean it hasn't left us all with some questions. Woody, Buzz, and friends create an interesting world that we get to experience, but there are a few strange theories about the classic movie that have us wondering what's going on. Disney/PixarThere are popular fan theories and questions that have been circulating since the movie came out back in the 90s, but some are more disturbing than others. Disney/PixarThere are some that aren't too creepy, like "Why does Buzz freeze when Andy

80s

First Full Trailer For The "Roseanne" Revival Is Finally Here

2018 is the year of the revivals. Over the last couple of months, there have been confirmation that many of our favorite television shows and films from the 80s and 90s will be given the reboot treatment, including Heathers to Charmed and The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. But nothing got me more excited than finding out that Roseanne was scheduled to return to our screens. Growing up, watching this sitcom was something my family regularly did together. We loved everything about the show because unlike a lot of other sitcoms, Roseanne was relatable. Just like us, the Conners were a