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10 Facts About 'Gargoyles' That Will Make You Even More Nostalgic For The Most Underrated '90s Show

Gargoyles was one of the most underrated cartoon shows of the 90s. It only lasted three seasons, which left the cult following of fans salivating for more. It ran from October 1994 - February 1997, and honestly if there was ever a show in need of a reboot for the modern television experience, it's this one. Looking back on the show's three-year run, here are 10 things about the show and the story behind it that most people don't know.1. Star Trek: The Next Generation lent their voices to the show.Another show that was pretty big in the

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If You Can Guess These TV Catchphrases, You Absolutely Grew Up In The '90s

Catchphrases have been a big part of TV since it was invented. It seems like every show had at least one character who had a signature phrase that they need to say in every single episode, otherwise it just didn't feel right. The 90s was jam-packed full of catchphrases that are absolutely iconic. It seemed like networks would only air a show if it had as many catchphrases per episode as humanly possible.Let's see if you can remember these 90s star's famous catchphrases. 1. Bart Simpson had a few, can you name any of them? Fox2. Steve Urkel was

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Murder Charges, Drug Addiction, Bankruptcy - The Tragic Lives Of The 'Diff’rent Strokes' Child Stars

The hit sitcom Diff'rent Strokes helped to popularize the "very special episodes" about serious topics that were so memorable from our childhoods.But drug abuse and crime weren't just subjects explored on the show, they also featured in the lives of the actors who starred in Diff'rent Strokes. It turns being a child star in Hollywood isn't as glamorous as we imagined.Todd Bridges - Willis JacksonfanpopBridges, who played the older of the two adopted brothers on the show, came from a family of actors, and started working in show business from a young age.Sadly, misfortune seemed to follow

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13 Actors You Were Obsessed With In The '80s Who Are Overdue For Their Comeback

The 80s provided us with many of our favorite movies. It's hard to keep track of all the movies that you used to love watching, but when you do look back, it's hard not to wonder where the actors went. Sure, a lot of them have gone on to have huge careers, but there are many who just stepped back out of the spotlight, never quite reaching the same status. It seems like almost everyone gets a second chance in Hollywood, so let's revisit our favorite 80s stars and think about who we would want to come back. 1. Lori

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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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13 Songs By Pro Wrestlers That Prove They Should Stick To Their Day Jobs

Despite what the Hulkster told us when we were growing up, the wrestling business is only about one thing: making money.To that end, a lot of our favorite wrestlers have branched out to try their hand at music, and as you'll see they probably should have stuck to what they know best.1. Hulk Hogan - Hulkster in HeavenRingside IntelWith the Wrestling Boot Band backing him up, Hulk's solo album Hulk Rules is a challenge for even the toughest Hulkamaniacs to get through, but this song takes the cake. The enormous blonde hulk channels his soft side, but can't

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How Did We All Forget The Craziest TV Show Of The '90s

For a 90s kid's television show, especially one based in science-fiction, The Odyssey was an amazing show. It ran for three seasons between 1992 and 1994, and it helped transport us to a different world, a world that would have been more than a little interesting to live in. To make a long story short, Jay Ziegler wants to be accepted into a "tree house" club which is led by a local tough guy and bully named Keith. Jay ends up offering a telescope that once belonged to his now deceased father. YouTubeAs you can imagine, with Keith being a