Could you imagine Jennifer Aniston as frumpy waitress on a CBS sitcom, or Matt LeBlanc on a Married With Children spin-off?
Things would’ve been really different if Toy Story was called Toyz in the Hood.
Sure, you probably saw Forrest Gump and There’s Something About Mary, but what about What’s Eating Gilbert Grape and Kids?
From Lion King to Space Jam, how many of these classic (and not so classic) kids films did you see?
All I have to say is: It’s good to be Barbie. And, yes, for the record, life in plastic is indeed fantastic.
Because you can still smell CK One and carry a torch for Pamela Anderson.
How could we have forgotten some of these animated classics?!
New Year’s highlights from the past 30 years with Dick Clark Productions.
Sure, you remember The Smurfs, Jem, and Transformers, but what about Beverly Hills Teens?
Because you know it isn’t Christmastime unless you’ve watched The Santa Clause.
Mike and Martin Gray, two brothers from Holliston, Mass., have one of the most adorable Christmas traditions ever, and, best of all, they’re passing it on a new generation of kids.
How many of these jams do you remember singing along to?
Our favorite Baysiders knew there was, “No hope with dope.”
If these things don’t bring back warm, fuzzy memories, then you can talk to the hand, because the face ain’t listening!
All he wanted was a sandwich!
In 1991, a 15-year-old Milla proved that she was prettier and cooler than I could ever hope to be.
In the Chanel ad campaign for fall 1991, Linda Evangelista and Christy Turlington proved that there is nothing you can’t do while wearing thousands of dollars worth of designer clothing. And yes, this fugly mess was brought to you by Karl Lagerfeld.
He was just a guy in need of a pair of jeans.
Janet Jackson, Boyz II Men, and TLC are the soundtrack to our lives.
This “tale as old as time” shares a connection with both Jackie Chan and Animaniacs.
The classic ’90s TV show may have given us the Wayans family, Jim Carrey, and Jamie Foxx — but it also gave us some awesome characters.
How could we have forgotten about the animated treasure that was Hammerman?!
I would totally watch it if Jason Schwartzman played Johnny Utah. (Via Reddit)
In 1991, a 22-year-old Paul showed a wide-range of emotions in one his very first acting gigs.
An irate customer tries to return a defective NES at knifepoint. How do you defuse this situation?
Let’s hope America’s youth can survive!
I remember Where’s Waldo and hammer pants being so hot that year, but what’s with the Barbie Bath House?
Barack Obama wasn’t the only future politician who made a Black History Minute video in 1991.