It's Been 23 Years Since We Said "Bye" To Felisha, And We're Wondering Where She Went

If you've been active online over the last couple of years, you may have come across numerous instances where people have used the phrase, "Bye, Felicia" to end an argument or dismiss a person. Know Your MemeIn case you weren't aware of the timeless phrase's origins, it came from the cult classic film Friday, which debuted in 1995. Alongside the lead stars, Ice Cube and Chris Tucker, was an actress named Angela Means, whose character, Felisha (the actual spelling), inspired the phrase. New Line CinemaYou can relive the iconic moment in the video below: It's been 23 years since the


13 Facts About 'Tiny Toon Adventures' That Are A Little Loony

The cartoon that defined our Saturday mornings growing up picked up where the classic Warner Bros. cartoons left off, with a new cast of characters inspired by our old favorites.But we bet there's a lot you never knew about this classic series. Here are 13 tiny but toony facts about the show.1. The animator's followed the "Mother's House" ruleUnlike the original Warner Bros. cartoons, you never saw characters pointing guns at each other in Tiny Toon Adventures. But you also didn't see many characters being hit with chairs, smacked with rolling pins, or threatened with knives.Warner Bros.


10 Times Your Favorite Stars Endorsed Products You Would Have Never Predicted

Look, everyone has to pay the bills. We all have to work if we want to buy stuff, but for celebrities, their work just happens to be a lot more public. When they have to do something a little bit embarrassing to make some cash, we all get to watch it happen. On the plus side, they make a lot of money while they do it, but it still must be a bit awkward remembering it after the fact. Whether it's the one-hit-wonders who are just looking for something to help them return to the public eye, or someone who


10 Things About The Lion King That You Would Have Never Guessed

The Lion King is by far one of the best, if not the greatest animated Disney movie of all time. It changed the game in more ways then one when it hit the big screens in 1994, raking in massive amounts of money at the box office. But there was a lot going on behind the scenes as they made the movie that we bet you didn't know. Here are 10 things about your favorite Disney movie that will blow your mind. 1. The bench really came to play.The animators that brought us The Lion King were actually Disney's


Which Movie Won The Oscar For Best Picture The Year You Were Born

With the Oscars coming up at the beginning of March, we thought it would be cool to look back at the movies that won for best picture the year you were born. For the purposes of this list we are only going to look at the movies between 1975 and 1995. Do you know which movie won best picture the year you came into this world? 1975 - One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest Little White LiesBased on Ken Kesey's novel, this movie beat out Jaws for best picture. 1976 - Rockybbc.comThe movie that introduced us to Sylvester Stallone,


10 Beloved TV Shows From the Late '70s That Are Turning 40 This Year

The 70s weren't the greatest time for TV shows, considering that 45 out of 96 shows got canceled. That being said, 1978, which was, believe it or not, 40 years ago, aired a handful of memorable shows that are still talked about today. Here are 10 beloved TV series that are turning 40 years old in 2018. 1. Battlestar Galactica YouTubeAfter the success of Star Wars, space operas became the latest Hollywood craze in the late 70s and early 80s. Surprisingly, the show ran for a year until it was canceled in 1979, but a campaign revived the show as


7 Late Night Cartoons We Want To See Brought Back

Nothing was better than watching late night cartoons on the weekends when we were growing up. The shows were edgy but down right hilarious. Unfortunately, most of the shows didn't last more than a few seasons, but for the ones that did we are still thankful for all the laughs. Wouldn't it be awesome if they decided to bring back some of these shows so that we could enjoy them again?Here are 7 late night cartoons that we wish they would bring back. 1. The OblongsThis show was a little outrageous even considering the time slot. It centered around