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May 2, 2017

How Much Random '90s Knowledge Do You Have?

This is a true test for '90s kids.

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  1. Was the first episode of Fresh Prince of Bel-Air in the '90s or Nah?

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    Correct! 
    Wrong! 

    The first episode of Fresh Prince premiered on September 10, 1990.

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  2. Which one of these is NOT a Hanson brother? 

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    Correct! 
    Wrong! 

    The three Hanson bros are Isaac, Taylor, and Zac.

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  3. Did "U Can't Touch This" by MC Hammer come out in the '90s or Nah?

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  4. Name one of the six teams from Legends of the Hidden Temple

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  5. Did the Spice Girls break up in the '90s or Nah?

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    Wrong! 

    The Spice Girls' split wasn't official until 2000.

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  6. What does "dah-ay-loh-oo-tye" mean in Furbish?

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    Wrong! 

    According to the official language of Furbies, it means "good morning."

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  7. Was the first episode of Saved by the Bell in the '90s or Nah?

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    Wrong! 

    The first episode of Saved by the Bell premiered in August of 1989.

    Via NBC
  8. Complete these lyrics:
    "Near, far, wherever you are..."

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    Correct! 
    Wrong! 

    The lyrics to that section of Celine Dion's mega-hit from the Titanic soundtrack are, "Near, far, wherever you are, I believe that the heart does go on."

    Via Sony
  9. Was "I Try" by Macy Gray released in the US in the '90s or Nah?

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    Wrong! 

    "I Try" was released internationally in 1999, but wasn't released as a single in the US until January of 2000.

    Via Vevo
  10. Was the Super Nintendo (SNES) released in the US in the '90s or the Nah?

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    Correct! 
    Wrong! 

    The Super Nintendo Entertainment System was released in the US in November of 1990

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