Pop Culture

8 Facts About Ghostwriter That Solve The Mystery Of Your Childhood

Did you always think of yourself as a detective every time you watched Ghostwriter? Whether you were good at puzzles or asking the right interview questions, watching the group of teens solve local crimes and mysteries with the help of their invisible friend made you want to be part of the action too!On the air from 1992-1995, this was a staple for many of us, who read far too many Nancy Drew novels. The 74 episodes had us thinking like true detectives and wishing we had an invisible friend to solve crimes with as well. The only way Ghostwriter

Pop Culture

Thomas The Tank Engine Had A Twisted Episode That Will Make You Say "This Was A Kid's Show?

Children's television shows are usually packed full of positive messages, life lessons and wise words to help youngsters understand the way of the world. These shows are intended to give kids a solid foundation for morality and teach correct behavior. While most of the time they're spot on, some times they stray far from the mark, making us question everything we teach our kids. The 1984 television show, Thomas & Friends was no exception to that rule. Brightly colored trains captured the attention of kids everywhere and the story educated them with the help of voice-over narration.Keen.TVUpon closer examination

70s

Only True 'Schoolhouse Rock' Fans Will Remember These Lost Episodes

No matter how old you are, hearing the words "I'm just a bill" is bound to bring back some happy memories.I probably learned more from this cartoon than I did in Civics class.WUSFDespite all of the boring and slow educational shows we watched as kids, it was always enjoyable to learn something from Schoolhouse Rock. The TV show taught us math, science and English using catchy tunes that were easy to remember. Be honest, do you still hum the multiplication songs to yourself? That was why the show was created in the first place. Madison Avenue ad executive

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The Man Behind The Catchiest Theme Song Of The 80s Was More Than A One Hit Wonder

Do you remember flipping on the TV just in time to hear the instrumental theme song to ALF? Without a doubt one of the most memorable shows of of the 80's, ALF crash lands into the Tanner family for 99 episodes over four seasons and hilarity ensues. Originally from the planet Melmac, ALF is taken in by Willie and Kate Tanner, along with their children Lynn and Brian and the family cat Lucky. In tune with the theme song, the composer of this iconic rhythm was none-other, than a man named Alf Clausen. Clausen had some great work under his

90s

13 90s-Themed Costumes That Will Make This Your Best Halloween Ever

Halloween is just around the corner, and it's time to start thinking up some good costumes! The spooky season is the time for people who are good at puns to shine and for all those nostalgic memories to come flooding back. Sure, a lot of people will do the same types of costumes every year. But if you want to be truly unique and don't want to hit up the local Walmart for a bagged costume, these ideas are exactly what you need to get inspired. A 90s-themed costume is bound to make you the hit of the party, so

Celebrities

7 Facts About Alan Alda Not Even Die Hard MASH Fans Know

Starring in the the hit show M*A*S*H helped solidify Alan Alda as one of America's favorite television stars. The show started in 1972 and lasted for 11 seasons, and still remains one of the highest rated television shows in history. Millions of peopled loved to watch it, and Alan Alda was probably the best part. CBSAlda played Haweye Pierce, the Chief surgeon and Captain of the group. He has had an interesting career and life, and there are probably a lot of facts that you didn't know about him! He commuted cross-country every weekCBSAlan Alda was obviously

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15 Toy Commercials From The '90s That We Could Never Forget, Even If We Wanted To

If you wanted to own some of the weirdest and best toys imaginable, the 90s were where you needed to be. Growing up at that time meant you could buy not one, not two, but three different dolls that could pee. It meant that your board games were based around murdering people. It meant that beating up your friends was just a fun good time as long as you covered your fists in balloons. YouTubeEvery toy we had in the 90s was simultaneously the weirdest and best thing ever. I don't know why we thought a lot of these things