Pop Culture

12 Dark Secrets About Nickelodeon Game Shows That'll Change How You See Your Childhood

When we were kids, Jeopardy, Wheel of Fortune, and Hollywood Squares were not the game shows we wanted to watch. If it wasn't kids competing and no one was getting slimed, what was the point? That's why Nickelodeon TV shows were so important to us! We got to imagine ourselves running Legends Of The Hidden Temple or being mesmerized by the VR technology on Arcade. But there are some things about your favorite game shows you may not have known.1. Marc Summers Had OCDNickelodeonHost of arguably the messiest show on television, Summers had a severe case of OCD. He

Pop Culture

10 Facts About 'Roseanne' That Will Make You Miss The Original Series

Roseanne will be back in just a few short months, but now is the best time to catch up on our old favorites. There are a lot of things about the classic series that we may not know, and it might change how you feel about the revival. ABCRoseanne Barr's first TV show obviously helped her career, but how much do you really know about the classic sitcom? Find out now! 1. Because Roseanne was successful, other stand up comedians got their own showsSplitsiderBetween Roseanne and Seinfeld, TV executives were realizing that stand up comedians were a great resource for

80s

Remember Ernest? The Strange Life Story Of A Forgotten Movie Star

If your childhood was anything like mine, you probably wore out the tapes of movies like Ernest Goes to Camp by playing them over and over again.Still hilarious.Buena VistaBut you also probably wondered the same question I did: who was Ernest? Obviously we knew that Ernest was a funny guy who always wore the same clothes and got into wacky hijinks, but why did they make so many movies about this Ernest guy anyways? It turns out that the character had a long and interesting career."KnowwhuImean?"Hey Vern It's ErnestErnest was played by

90s

7 Facts About 'The Nanny' That Even Your Ma Doesn't Know

She had style, she had flair, she was there, that's how she became the nanny! The Nanny was one of the most iconic shows of the 90s. The characters all felt original and fun, the plot was just outrageous enough that it was hilarious, and it had enough heart to keep us invested. The series lasted for six seasons, and over those years we were all completely in love with this woman who seemed to stand out more than anyone ever would like to. CBSBetween her iconic laugh, her big hair, and her colorful outfits, Fran Fine was the perfect

Music

10 90s Songs That Brought Out The Dancer In You

The 90s had great jams for making you want to suddenly break out into the splits. Don't do it now unless you feel comfortable, but feel free to dance along! 10. Vogue by MadonnaThis dance track is still in vogue. It even says 'let your body go with the flow.' We don't want to let Madonna down. 9. Poison by Bell Biv DeVoeIt's near impossible to listen to this song without at least tapping your feet. And the only reason why you're tapping your feet is because you're in a public space and can't break out into your awesome

Pop Culture

7 Shows That Prove We Were All A Little Obsessed With Anime

These English-dubbed Japanese anime shows were aired on channels like Nickelodeon or Cartoon Network. Here's a list of some of our favorites! DigimonMost of us started out watching Pokémon, so Digimon was pretty cool to watch too. It was nice to hear what the Digimon thought, whereas the only Pokémon that could say something was Meowth, and he was annoying anyway. thevoxremixes.bandcamp.comYu-Gi-Oh!This fantasy card game nearly became our reality, whether it was watching the lives of young Yugi Moto and his friends Joey, Tristan, and Téa or playing the trading card game with our friends. IlVideogioco.comSailor

Pop Culture

10 Most Shocking Movie Plot Twists Of The 90s

To make a great movie plot twist, actors, directors, producers, and writers must all come together to construct the perfect combination of intrigue, suspense and drama. The best films take you by surprise and leave you in shock long after the credits roll. Here are the movie movements we never saw coming:1. The Sixth Sense (1999)Plot: Known for it's iconic line, "I see dead people," Sixth Sense depicts a boy who communicates with spirits. He seeks the help of a disheartened child psychologist to get over his fear and help the lost souls.Twist: The psychologist had no

90s

13 Times Ms. Swan Made You Literally Laugh Out Loud

MADTv brought us one of the most timeless sketch comedy characters of all time with Ms. Swan. Alex Borstein brought the character to life during her run on the show, and even though she left in 2002, it's still probably what she's known for best. Ms. Swan is of unknown cultural origin, though all the writers on MADTv insist that she was based off singer Bjork. Ms. Swan had some pretty great sketches, and they all made us laugh out loud. How many do you remember? 1. Ms. Swan Goes To Starbucks2. Ms. Swan At The Candy Store3. Ms. Swan