It’s been 20 years since we all hailed to the pumpkin king.
How many of these songs do you remember?
Find out whatever happened to the Lambert family. Also, is there really a second time around?
This is like, a totally important video.
Think blue eyeshadow, puka shells, and “The Rachel.”
The cringeworthy 1990s Mentos ads — “DO-DO-DO-DO, OOH-OOH, OOH-AWWWW…”
It’s all fabulous, sweetie!
Twelve rounds of the heated debates you and your best friends had back in the day.
The one with the list of all the times we cried.
In 1993, the two future love birds belted out a cover of the Prince/Chaka Khan classic “I Feel for You.”
The shows that even the combined forces of Friends and Seinfeld couldn’t save or make memorable.
Lots a leopard print and leather. Reminder: The mid-’90s was a really bad time for fashion.
In case you don’t remember, the ’90s were a time when everything was awesome and the movies fucking ruled.
Madonna summed up this now classic interview best when she quipped, “Courtney Love is in dire need of attention right now.”
Reddit users, born between 1980-1999, were asked what they thought would be the most common questions, from young people, when they are the last living members left of the 20th century. The results are hilarious and also a bit upsetting.
Easily, the dumbest sneaker commercials ever produced, starring Paula Abdul Jennifer Love Hewitt, and Kathy Ireland.
He was just a guy in need of a pair of jeans.
Twenty years ago, MTV held the most epic and iconic VMAs of all time — which included appearances by Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Madonna, Janet Jackson, R.E.M., and Neil Young. So step aside, 2000 VMAs. Just step aside.
Because it wasn’t all about Power Rangers, Furbies, and Beanie Babies.
Janet Jackson, Boyz II Men, and TLC are the soundtrack to our lives.
Would you have watched the show if it was called Insomnia Cafe?
Your parents were right — you should have never cut Barbie’s hair.
And will never do again. It was a great time to be a New Yorker.
These are the cheesy songs we secretly play to give ourselves “good vibrations.”
Find out which star was really a teenager and which one should have been playing the teacher.
This “tale as old as time” shares a connection with both Jackie Chan and Animaniacs.
Are you a social outcast or a full-fledged member of the Fashion Club? Find out here.
Evidence that perhaps most of Johnny’s acting talent is based solely on his ability to make strange faces.
How could we have forgotten about the animated treasure that was Hammerman?!