The duo of all duos.
The duo of all duos.
Cop the looks of these fine ladies!
Plus 10 great quirky romcoms on Netflix, the neuroscience of zombies, and “Sexual Deviant Pikachu.”
If these things don’t bring back warm, fuzzy memories, then you can talk to the hand, because the face ain’t listening!
You’re going to find the perfect costume and look totally fetch. What, like it’s hard?
This is like, a totally important video.
Think blue eyeshadow, puka shells, and “The Rachel.”
Because there are water bottles everywhere. Literally. Everywhere.
She doesn’t rely on mirrors, so she always takes selfies with a Valencia filter.
Movies can teach us a lot about ourselves. We just have to be willing to learn.
All hail Cher.
‘Tis a far, far better thing doing stuff for other people.
Find out which star was really a teenager and which one should have been playing the teacher.
When Amy Heckerling set out to make a modern-day retelling of Jane Austen’s Emma, few imagined that the director would create a new classic — and one of the most quoted films ever. The Alicia Silverstone comedy turns 18 years old today, but let’s be honest: Clueless is timeless.
Cher Horowitz does not get the best grade in the fashion stakes, and she can’t negotiate her way up either. Way harsh… but fair.
Are you a a disco-dancing, Oscar Wilde reading, Streisand ticket holding friend of Dorothy? Or maybe a full-on Monet? A total Betty? Find out here.
Did Elton ever find his Cranberries CD?
Where would we be without Mr. Feeny and Mr. Hall? In the gutter, is where.
Does,We Can Remember It for You Wholesale, sound like a movie you would want to see? Created by Reddit user Shystone.
Could you imagine anyone else other than Alicia Silverstone as Cher Horowitz?
You’d have Blink-182 play your prom if you could. Because movies are better than reality, these fictitious teens lived the high school dream.
The insightful protagonist of Clueless is anything but. Here are some of Cher’s most valuable lessons.
This is every bit amazing as this sounds. Also, awwww Brittany Murphy.
The TV version of Clueless — airing between 1996 and 1999 — was the Polaroid of imperfection.
As explained by My-So Called Life, Clueless, John Hughes, and more. (Boys. Why do they make things so hard?)
This isn’t like a Noxzema commercial — it’s better. These pics are a dream come true.
With the way her life is going these days, “AMANDA, PLEASE” may never act again. Let’s relive the golden years before she’d given up her true calling.
Think you know all the 411 on “Clueless”? Snaps to any Baldwin or Betty who can get a perfect score.