It was the year that gave us the original version of Saved by the Bell!
Picture it: Miami, the mid-'80s...
Warning: This post might make you sprout gray hairs.
I would've watched the hell out of this show!
There was a time when you found playing with a Dustbuster exciting.
Thank you for being a...friend?
One thing is for sure, he knew how to deliver an A+ baffled look.
It's been 30 years since the entire country was first introduced to Oprah and that Ferris Bueller took a day off.
Well, other than cheesecake.
When Saturday mornings were for cartoons, not cookery shows. You'll want to turn your sound on for this.
And yes, of course, this is also something many '80s girls can understand too.
And they wonder why we're so screwed up.
OK, so they may not all be classics, but they are the films that help get us into the holiday spirit.
This a shot by shot remake of theAvengers: Age of Ultron trailer with clips from mostly 1970's 1980's TV movies and shows is totally awesome.
It's been 25 years since we first met our favorite Baysiders.
The stand-up comedian and actor opens up about where Uncle Joey would be today, the tragic fate of Mr. Woodchuck, and the Alanis rumors.
This '80s diva should be everyone's fashion muse.
Sure, you remember The Smurfs, Jem, and Transformers, but what about Beverly Hills Teens?
In "Trick or Techrat," the Misfits are out to destroy Jem's Halloween concert...but are they behind all the spooky stuff happening?
Seriously, what was really going on between She-Ra and He-Man?
She was only 26. But more importantly: THAT HAIR.
Can't wait for this show.
The only thing better than watching Saved by the Bell is reading about it in novel form.
It was all part of a nutritious breakfast.
In 1985, the "Material Girl" hosted the first episode of a season that is considered one of the lowest points in the series' history. Not even Robert Downey Jr. could save it.
You'll probably want to eat a big bowl of cereal while reading this post.
If we all watched this when we were kids then we all would have been TV journalists on this station by now. No question.
Back in 1985, your favorite neighbor was down for b-boying.
This list is definitive proof that there was no better decade for toys than the ‘80s. (Note: toy lines are listed in no particular order.)
Signs that you were raised in the greatest decade to be a kid: the '80s! Step aside, '90s kids. Just step aside.
A salute to the TV moms we sometimes wished had raised us.
Wigs, makeup, and pink lamé.