Shiny, checkered shorts that were as inexplicably popular on teenage girls as teenage boys. See also 90's.
One Barbie doll plus the power of a firecracker equals this ridiculous toy. Situations occurring from this toy vary from exploding doll, to doll landing on roof, to somebody's eye being blown out from their socket. See also 90's.
Commercials for 1-800-COLLECT were a ubiquitous presence on TV during the 90's and featured b-list celebrities such as Mr. T, Alyssa Milano, and Aresenio Hall urging you to save a buck or two. One commercial also featured OJ Simpson's momperhaps the fact he was still calling his Mom collect as a wealthy adult should have been our first clue. See also 90's, Commercials, Telecommunications.
Not quite Leonard Part 6, but still a stellar failure in which Bill Cosby's soul is summoned by a paranormal researcher, resurrects himself from the dead, and then directs a satanist taxi driver to sit on hot coals for all eternity. See also 90's.
Saturday morning cartoon by the creator of ALF that included both puppet and animated bits, neither of which made a lick of sense. See also 90's, Cartoons.
1993 movie featuring Pauly Shore and a very young Carla Gugino. Notable for including a makeover scene in which under Shore's tutelage, Cugino cuts her hair and dyes it orange, starts rollerblading, and gets an ankle tattoo from Flea of the Red Hot Chile Peppers. See also 90's.
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.