Movies

13 Facts That Will Change The Way You Remember The 90s

We may have lived through the 90s, but how much did we really absorb? We were all a bit busy going through puberty and trying to survive middle school, so we couldn't pay attention to everything going on around us. There are a lot of interesting facts from the 90s that you may not have known before. Here are 13 weird ones that might just blow your mind! *NSYNC was named by Justin Timberlake's momMusicWikiShe commented on how "in sync" they were, then realized that the last letters from each of their first names spelled out "NSYNC": JustiN, ChriS, JoeY,

Pop Culture

11 Shows We Wouldn't Dare Miss When We Were Growing Up In The 90s

If there was one thing that was important to us when we were young, it was keeping up with our favorite TV shows. We couldn't really record anything, so if we wanted to know what was happening we had to commit the full 30-60 minutes to keep up with our favorite teens. NBCThere were SO many shows to follow, but there were a few that we absolutely could not miss. Especially when it came to the live-action shows. While we obviously still watched a good number of cartoons, a lot of us wanted to pretend we were more mature than

Retro

"Saved By The Bell" Producer Says Jessie Had A Terrible Addiction

It's been 26 years since Jessie Spano's legendary caffeine pill breakdown. At the time, seeing one of our beloved TV characters struggling with addiction felt so raw and so real. No questions asked, we truly believed someone could be addicted to caffeine pills. But as we got older and looked back, most people probably thought, "Errr...okay? That sounds fake, but okay." It was one of those moments we just accepted and moved forward with our lives. Now, executive producer Peter Engel reveals in his new memoir that the original script didn't say Jessie was addicted to caffeine pills. She

80s

Mario Lopez & Tiffani Thiessen Reunite, Reveal What Their Kids Think About Their Iconic Show

I think we can all agree that Saved By The Bell is one of the most iconic shows of the 90s. Watching Zack Morris and friends navigate through their time at Bayside High was so formative for so many of us. Although, while we found ourselves completely addicted to to the show, the actors who actually played the characters had an even deeper connection. Mario Lopez and Tiffani Thiessen recently appeared together on the Ellen DeGeneres Show. If you watch the show even once, you know that Mario Lopez played A.C. Slater, and Tiffani Thiessen was the one and