90s

David Spade Opens Up About Chris Farley, And Explains Why He Didn't Attend His Funeral

David Spade and Chris Farley were one of the most iconic pairs to have ever have been on Saturday Night Live. Their dynamic always had everyone in stitches, and you could really tell they were best friends off camera. Farley's death in 1997 surprised everyone. He was in his prime, but a drug overdose took his life, leaving behind his family and friends. In the years leading up to his death, Farley was suspended from SNL because of his additions several times, but he would always come back. His last appearance on SNL was on October 25th, 1997, and people

Pop Culture

They Ran The Coolest Magazine On TV, But What Has The Cast Of 'Just Shoot Me' Been Up To Since?

There were a few shows that everyone watched growing up. Friends, Frasier, Seinfeld, and other popular sitcoms seemed to completely take over television screens. However, in my family, you could find us watching a less popular but equally funny show called Just Shoot Me. The show was a lighthearted look at the magazine industry, think Devil Wears Prada, only instead of a high pressure environment where your boss is the scariest person imaginable, you work for a lovable goofball. The show may have been flipped all over the schedule, but it was syndicated so it allowed us to watch it

90s

David Spade Paid Tribute To Best Friend Chris Farley On The 20th Anniversary Of His Death

Actor and comedian David Spade has honored his late best friend Chris Farley on the 20th anniversary of his death. Farley was 33-years-old when he passed away on December 18, 1997, following a drug overdose at his Chicago apartment. Spade, 53, posted a picture of Farley to both Instagram and Twitter with the caption, "20 years ago today." 20 years ago today. A post shared by David Spade (@davidspade) on Dec 18, 2017 at 10:29am PST The pair were inseparable in the 90s, having co-starred on variety show Saturday Night Live (SNL), and comedies Tommy Boy and Black Sheep.