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  1. Dan says:

    I’m 20 and completely remember all of these things! It blows my mind how much more amazing the 90s were than the 2000s!

  2. Dan says:

    I’m 20 years old and completely remember all of this. It blows my mind how much better the 90s were than the 2000s!!

  3. Chessla says:

    wow. The shows these days are nowhere near as good as the ones back then. I’m 21 and this brings me back :)

  4. Frank says:

    this is awesome the only thing that i think is wrong is space jam didnt reference pulp fiction in that scene they were referencing men in black (black suits shooting aliens)

  5. Josh says:

    How could it be referencing MIB when MIB came out AFTER this movie.

  6. Andrew says:

    It was referencing Pulp Fiction. If you re-watch Space Jam at that scene it plays the same music that’s in Pulp Fiction. Its not MIB.

  7. Natalie says:

    I lived overseas for all of the 90s but I still remember 98% of this stuff! I’d forgotten about some of those things, though, so now I will definitely be youtube-ing all of these. Thanks for the list!

  8. lucas says:

    does anybody get the one about what the simpsons and Brett farve have in common?

  9. emily_weirdnez says:

    good old days..

  10. Laura says:

    One of the early scenes in “Pulp Fiction” features two hit-men discussing what a Big Mac is called in other countries. Their dialogue is witty and entertaining, and it’s also disarming, because it makes these two thugs seem all too normal. If you didn’t know better, you might assume these were regular guys having chit-chat on their way to work. Other than the comic payoff at the end of the scene, in which they use parts of this conversation to taunt their victims, their talk has no relevance to anything in the film, or to anything else, for that matter. Yet without such scenes, “Pulp Fiction” wouldn’t be “Pulp Fiction.” I get the sense that Tarantino put into the film whatever struck his fancy, and somehow the final product is not only coherent but wonderfully textured.


  11. gnmommy says:

    I remember this stuff from my kids watching it nonstop. I’m 50.

  12. Rose says:

    this is great, but what about pokemon?!?
    that was a HUGE part of the 90s.

  13. Katie EA says:

    It supposed to be WWF was the best wrestling not WWE it wasn’t even called WWE until 2002!

    I actually watched it when it was WWF, and WWE blows!

  14. Kathy says:

    aaaaahhhh!!! This is awesome! A trip down memory lane :)

  15. Sara says:

    Only thing missing is Sabrina the teenage Witch!!

  16. katriname says:

    Bill Nye the Science Guy taught us half of what we know. Beakman taught us the other half. Blossom was our go-to for dating. And really: WTF is Judy Winslow?

  17. Lauren says:

    Wow, I’m 22, and all of the references brought me back to my childhood! LOVE IT!!! :)

  18. Patrick says:

    The Disney has prevs one is two urban legends. Please people, stop spreading that crap around.


  19. Shelby says:

    I love this and remember all of it so proud to be born 1990 when everything rocked!

  20. Savanna says:

    Im 19 and i remember all of this the shows kids watch now are not nearly as good i think they should bring some of these back!!

  21. Jamie says:

    Frank: It was referencing Pulp Fiction which came out in ’94. Men In Black came out in ’97 and Space Jam in ’96, so it is IMPOSSIBLE for them to have been referencing something that DID NOT EXIST YET!

  22. Bianca says:

    Loved this. @katriname: Judy Winslow was the other daughter in Family Matters whom we know nothing about now lol hence the amber alert haha. Space Jam, definitely referencing Pulp Fiction. I watched the Simpsons all the time and didn’t understand the reference with the football player?

  23. Chrisitna says:

    I don’t understand the reference to Brett Farve and the Simpsons either.

  24. Dawn says:

    I believe Steve Urkel was actually Sonic’s sister, Sonya in the Sonic Underground series.

  25. Rosie says:

    Brett Frave and the Simpsons both won’t retire after they say they will. Lol! Am I the only that got that?

  26. Andrew says:

    The Simpsons and Brett Farve both won’t die/went on for too long.

  27. Amy says:

    Neither the Simpsons nor Brett Farve ever seem to go away.

  28. Corey says:

    I think the Simpsons and Brett Favre joke was the fact that it seems like both will go on forever. The Simpsons 24th season is coming out in a few weeks and Brett Favre had been playing since 1991 and never wanted to retire.

  29. Tiffany says:

    I am 25 and this really takes me back to my days of childhood. I have 2 kids now and the shows that are on are no where near as good as what I watched as a child. Bring them back!

    I don’t get the comment about Brett Farve and the Simpsons either and I loved watching them when I was little. Not unless it has something to do with age of Farve and age of the Simpsons being on tv.

  30. Kaitlyn says:

    Brett Farve and the Simpsons both survived past the 90s….AKA they’re both old.

  31. Makenzie says:

    what is the name of that gameshow?!

  32. Joel Z says:

    Great! Thank you!

  33. Shannel James says:

    OMG! Thank you These were the best shows. I really missed them. There were a few more like space cases, ocean girl, the tribe, now they have the dome reality shows. miss the old days

  34. Rich says:

    The game show referenced was Legends of the hidden temple. The other one is GUTS. Both were “DA bomb”!

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