90s

"Freaks and Geeks" Mini-Reunion Is Giving Us All The Feels

Freaks and Geeks was the show we all needed as kids, but rarely appreciated. It was arguably the most relatable and accurate depiction of our extreme teen angst, mixed with a desire to fit in. We only got one season of the show, and frankly we deserved more. If Freaks and Geeks was still running today, we'd still be watching it. The show brought us many amazing quotes, such as:NBCNBCNBCNBCNBCNBCNBCThe cast was also insanely star-studded, though we didn't really know it at the time. Seth Rogen, James Franco, John Francis Daley, Busy Phillips, Jason Segel, Samm Levine, they all

Life

Ryan Reynolds Will Play Detective Pikachu And You Know What, I Quit

You know Ryan Reynolds, right? The guy from Just Friends, The Proposal, Deadpool, and Blake Lively's Instagram? @vancityreynolds didn’t even do one outfit change from the sidewalk to the inside. (Lazy) A post shared by Blake Lively (@blakelively) on Oct 19, 2017 at 2:28pm PDT The Canadian actor's fame has been steadily increasing as people began to realize that he's not just a pretty face, but he's also hilarious. Happy Birthday to my amazing wife. A post shared by Ryan Reynolds (@vancityreynolds) on Aug 25, 2017 at 8:20pm PDT Jeff, if there was a fire and I

80s

25 People Magazine Covers That Remind You How Much The World Has Changed

People magazine has had some pretty iconic covers over the years. A trusted source in celebrity news, it can hardly be considered a tabloid. People's reputation is something other magazine covet, and it's been that way for a while. They always have the trending stories, but looking back at some of these covers, it's hard to believe some of these things ever happened!1. This was before the racist rants surfaced.People2. Back when Arnold was just known for his acting.People3. Love lasted until Scientology became a thing.People4. Who on Earth picked Justin Guarini to win?People5. Bruce

00s

10 Facts About "Elf" You'll Love More Than Maple Syrup

Before you get all "THAT'S NOT A THROWBACK" on me, let me remind you that Elf came out in 2003, making it 14 years old. That, in my books, is plenty of time for us to feel intense nostalgia over what is arguably Will Ferrell's best work ever. Slash FilmThough the movie is pretty popular, there are some things you may not have known about the Christmas classic!1. Role StoleHot FlickIt may seem impossible to picture anyone else as Buddy the Elf, but the part was not meant for Will Ferrell at all. The first script was written in

Life

1994 Best Buy Flyer Reminds Us Of Simple, Yet Terrifying Times

Before the internet was super available, we had flyers (or paper inserts). We waited for that blessed Sunday paper when we could see all the upcoming deals. And when it was Christmas time? Look out. Those bad boys were getting cut out and glued to another sheet of paper, then promptly mailed off to Santa. Even though it doesn't seem like that long ago, the technology in 1994 was...less than ideal. What we thought was groundbreaking now seems like the stone age. This paper insert from Best Buy is no different. It's from the week of October 23, 1994,

90s

Kate Winslet Reveals How She Should Have Saved Jack, And Who The Studio Wanted Instead Of Leo

We've all seen Titanic. And even if you haven't, you know the iconic scene where Kate Winslet MURDERS Leonardo DiCaprio by letting him drown. Okay, so maybe she doesn't actually murder him, but she certainly doesn't help. That's gotta make her an accessory at least. For those of you unfamiliar with the scene, Jack and Rose (played by DiCaprio and Winslet) are drifting in the freezing cold ocean after the Titanic sinks. Rose is blessed with a door to hang onto while Jack is left to float in the icy water. Rose says she'll never let go, and yet somehow

90s

"All I Want For Christmas" Is Like 1% Of The Royalties Mariah Earns On That Stupid Song

The four chimes on the bells at the beginning of All I Want For Christmas stir up some pretty wild emotions. You either love it or you hate it. There's no in between. Mariah Carey's hit song was released in 1994, meaning we've had 23 years of Christmas bliss. The song went platinum and gold in 11 countries, and it topped the US Billboard charts. It was one of Mariah's biggest hits, and was the lead off single for her first ever Christmas album. iTunesAll I Want For Christmas Is You is one of the most played Christmas songs every

70s

10 Facts About The Partridge Family That Will Bring A Whole Lot Of Lovin'

From 1970 to 1974, The Partridge Family was one of, if not the most popular shows on television. The story was unique, which is probably made us all love it. Shirley Partridge was a widowed working mother who was left to take care of five kids. She decided, obviously, to form a band with all the children and travel the country in a decked out school bus. 4KQEven if you didn't watch this show on its first run, you were almost guaranteed to have seen it during syndication. Chances are, the late David Cassidy was on a poster somewhere in

00s

9 Things About Miss Congeniality That Are Better Than April 25th

It's been 17 years since we were blessed with Miss Congeniality, and it still holds up as a comedic classic. It was the first time we really got to see Sandra Bullock in her element, and once she found the spotlight she never left it. But there are some things about the movie you may not have know, and frankly they're more perfect than April 25th. International Business Times1. Mr. EdYou probably know him as Richard Gilmore, but the late, legendary Ed Herrmann was set to make a cameo in Miss Congeniality. He was set to play Gracie's father, and

Pop Culture

10 Things About The Muppet Christmas Carol Brought To You By The Ghost Of Christmases Past

The Muppet Christmas Carol is one of the most iconic Christmas movies of our time. Our favorite characters combined with a classic tale will never get old, and it's a must-watch every year. That being said, regardless of how many times you've seen it, there are some things about The Muppet Christmas Carol that you probably don't know. 1. In MemoriamDisneyThe Muppet Christmas Carol was the first Muppet movie made without creator, Jim Henson. Henson passed away in 1990, and the movie premiered in 1992. Steve Whitmire took over as Kermit the Frog, and the film was dedicated to Henson.