Discontinued soda that came in orange, lemon-line, and a Dr. Pepper-flavored knockoff called Dr. Slice. Depicted in commercials as the preferred beverage of baseball players and models. See also 80's, 90's, Commercials.
Subset of Soft Rock distinguished by nautical song themes and album art. Michael McDonald, Kenny Loggins, Christopher Cross, and Toto were the most significant practitioners, with Cross's Sailing being the signature expression of the genre. Further details available here. See also 70's, 80's, Wealth.
With his trusty NES Zapper and Power Pad holstered in his belt, Kevin Keene and his band of unlikely heroes clashed again and again with the forces of King Hippo, Dr. Wily, and the infamous Mother Brain throughout the domain of Videoland. See also 80's, Cartoons, Video Games.
Gum that bursts with flavored gel when you bite into it. The gum seemed innocent enough when I chewed it as a kid, but I've noticed it's since been sexed up to "The Gum That Goes Squirt". See also 80's, Candy, Innuendo.
A CIA agent and housewife team to save the world. See also 80's.
These, of course, would include Bobby Brown's On Our Own from Ghostbusters II, MC Hammer's Addam's Family Grove from The Addam's Family, and Vanilla Ice's Ninja Rap from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze. See also 80's, 90's, Singers.