1. Rocko from Rocko’s Modern Life and the Taco Bell Chihuahua are both voiced by the same voice actor, Carlos Alazraqui.
Carlos is probably best known for playing Deputy Garcia on Reno 911!
2. Michael Jackson sang backup vocals on “Do the Bartman.”
3. The idea for Space Jam spun off from the success of a 1992 Nike commercial that featured Michael Jordan playing basketball against Bugs Bunny.
4. Jennifer Aniston HATED her iconic "The Rachel" haircut.
5. Backstreet Boys got their name from a flea market in Orlando.
6. The Return of Jafar was Disney's first direct-to-video sequel.
7. Totally Hair Barbie is the best-selling Barbie doll of all time.
8. Earring Magic Ken, which was released in 1993, became a huge seller among gay men, which was mainly due to the way he was dressed — and the fact that he appeared to be wearing a cock ring as a necklace.
9. There is a banned episode of Tiny Toons where Buster, Hamton, and Plucky get drunk, steal a police car, and die in a drunk driving accident.
10. When Beanie Babies first launched in 1993, they were NOT a successful toy line. It wasn't until a group of neighbors in suburban Chicago decided to start trading them (with rules) that their popularity grew.
11. The Rugrats have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
12. In 1999 the NSA banned Furbies from its headquarters in Maryland, over fears that they would hear top-secret conversations and then repeat them.
13. Tamagotchi is a portmanteau of the Japanese words for egg and watch.
14. Clarissa Explains It All almost got a spinoff series that would have aired on CBS.
15. Animaniacs was originally envisioned to be about four ducks named Yakki, Smakki, Wakki, and Dot.
16. Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion is actually a bit of a spinoff from a 1988 comedic play titled Ladies’ Room — in which Romy and Michele appear as minor characters.
17. Marlon Wayans gets residuals for Batman Forever, even though he does NOT appear in the movie.
Marlon had signed on to play Robin (opposite Michael Keaton’s Batman) in what would’ve been Tim Burton’s third Batman film. When Warner Bros. decided against having Burton direct Batman Forever (because the film would’ve had the same dark tone as Batman Returns), they brought in Joel Schumacher, who cast Chris O’Donnell in the role. Per a clause in Marlon's contract he was paid his salary plus residuals, even though he didn’t appear in the film.