Throwback Thursdays, also know as #TBT, has become a popular trend in social media today. This week, we honor some of the wisest TV characters of the 1990’s.
These are the great men and women who provided important life lessons to the other characters on their prospective shows, as well as all the viewers at home. Here are the 7 Wisest Characters of 1990’s TV:
How else would we know inertia was a property of matter? Bill Nye taught us everything we know about science by combining education with quirky comedy, and a lot of explosions. Despite recent rumors of the great scientist’s death due to drug use, Bill Nye will forever be our generation’s favorite nerd and Science Guy.
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Bart Simpson is the Plato to every young man’s Aristotle. He’s a teacher, one whose philosophies every boy became a student of, the first time we saw him pull out that slingshot, some time in the mid-90s. Whether it be his desire to rebel, the absence of a positive father figure in his life or […]
This is adorable. Mom.me put together a video of kids reenacting scenes from some of this year’s Emmy-nominated shows. I’m talking “Game of Thrones,” “Breaking Bad,” “Mad Men” and “Downton Abbey,” to name a few. The kids are actually surprisingly decent actors. Whilst all of the scenes are funny and well-produced, the obvious standout is the […]
The shooting of Michael Brown and the situation in Ferguson, Missouri have opened this country’s eyes to the sad truth that racism is still alive and well in America. Many may have felt we’ve been living in a “post-racial” America after the election of Barack Obama. Clearly, that couldn’t be further from the truth. This […]
The Emmy Awards are in less than a week, and in order to publicize the event, Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul and Julia Louis-Dreyfuss made this hilarious spoof on reality shows like “Pawn Stars.” In this clip, Louis-Dreyfuss tries to pawn her Emmy at the Barely Legal Pawn shop, which is run by Paul and Cranston. […]
It looks like “The Wolf of Wall Street” is coming to TV. Well, at least some version of it is. Jordan Belfort, whose life was chronicled in the Martin Scorsese film, is the driving force behind bringing the world of stockbrokers to the small screen. Belfort will work on the show with “Hercules” director Brett Ratner […]
David Letterman has finally weighed in on the death of Robin Williams. Letterman and Williams were good friends, and knew each other for the past 38 years. Williams appeared on Letterman’s show many times, and the pair had a great rapport. On “The Late Show” last night, Dave paid his respects to the late Williams […]
A few weeks ago, the world finally got its first look at the upcoming film adaptation of “50 Shades of Grey,” with the trailer showcasing approximately none of the parts that made people care about the book in the first place. Soon after its release, we were given the “Frozen” mashup that nobody asked for. But […]
People deal with breakups in a variety of ways, each of which has its own drawbacks and benefits. Some people buy a pint or two of Ben and Jerry’s and watching depressing movies about love in a twisted attempt to make themselves feel better. Other people buy a bottle of hard alcohol and see how […]
James Franco has gained a reputation for a lot of things over the past few years — for example, there was that one time he sort of tried to hook up with a 17-year-old girl after she posted a selfie with the actor on Instagram (it might have been a stunt to promote his new movie, […]
Okay, okay, I’ll admit it: I went out… like, a lot… while immersed in the college party scene. Often when I picked my classes, I aimed for a four-day weekend, and it wasn’t so I could catch up on homework. Building up my alcohol tolerance was a sport. Every single day there was a themed […]
At Camp Rockmont, there’s only one leader in town, and that’s an adorable 15-month-old boy. The boy leads a crowd of 500 boys at the camp by having them copy two very powerful movements: clapping or raising hands to the sky. The look on the toddler’s face is priceless as the campers cheer and bellow in […]
While the word “commitment” is generally associated with a romantic relationship, people tend to be afraid of other types of commitment, as well. Let’s examine why all kinds of commitments should be embraced rather than feared. To start, fear associated with committing to a romantic relationship tends to stem from bad experiences, which might mean […]
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