Life

The Real History Of Monopoly Is A Lot More Controversial Than You'd Expect

Playing Monopoly with your family and friends was a pretty common thing when you were a kid. A lot of us still try to play it when we hang out in groups, but we all know the game usually ends up with someone frustrated. William WarbyHowever, it turns out, the game we all know and love has a controversial past that they don't want you to know about. Carbon CostumeThe story that the Parker Brothers have been shipping along with their board game is always the same: Charles Darrow invented the game while he was unemployed during the Depression. By

70s

7 Game Shows From The 70s You Totally Forgot Existed

We all love watching game shows and luckily there have always been so many to choose between. Whether you like a trivia based game, a strategy game or something completely outrageous, there has always been a show for you. A lot of new games shows get launched every year, so it's easy to forget some of the ones that we grew up with. How many of these do you remember? Hot SeatABCIt was a lot like The Newlywed Game except with one added component: A lie detector. Your emotions and nerve responses get tracked while you answer questions about about

00s

'The Prince Of Egypt' Was Insanely Star Studded And You Had No Idea

We've all watched 'The Prince of Egypt' at some point in our lives. The 1998 Dreamworks classic told the story of Moses and the Book of Exodus and made over $218 million at the box office. But even though we all know the story (and the timeless Mariah Carey/Whitney Houston duet), do you even remember who incredibly flawless the cast was? Val Kilmer as Moses/GodDreamworksThat's right. Kilmer has not only played Batman but he has also played one of the most-worshiped beings of all time. Ralph Fiennes as RamsesDreamworksBefore he was Lord Voldemort, Ralph Fiennes voiced Moses' step-brother.

TV

11 Shows We Made Sure To Plan Our Days Around

Watching TV was the best way to temporarily escape our lives when we were young. There were so many shows to choose from, and each of them took us on crazy adventures full of awesome characters that we loved to watch. The trick was that we always had to make sure we tuned in each week because it wasn't like we could watch it online later! The best shows are still well-loved to this day. Which of these was your favorite when you were growing up? The Twilight ZoneCBSNo show freaked us out more than The Twilight Zone when we