Alicia Silverstone, Amy Heckerling, Breckin Meyer, and others remember the “pretty random fiesta” with a Coolio track on the playlist.
Celebrities wearing late-’90s period garb, celebs hanging out with random celebs, and celebs that you haven’t thought about in a decade.
Warning: This one is for 1998 memory wizards only — it’s pretty tricky. No “I’m King of the World!” here.
The co-writer of the famous 1998 hotel room hookup episode walks us through how the couple came to be, and why they almost didn't.
The former VJ expounds on Britney, Kid Rock, and more.
Join us as we go back to the era when Timberlake had frosted blond hair and Leo was king of the world.
He was so young. And we are so old.
It's weird to think of the show as being that old, since its style and sensibility seem completely current.
"I hate that winking meta-meta-meta shit. I hate it more than anything."
We all gotta start somewhere.
Twenty years after he took over Late Night, Conan runs through memorable staples from the early days — and one he still hates.
Twenty years after the premiere of The X-Files, Vulture breaks down the goofiest crossover cases dreamed up by fan-fic writers. A 53,905-word Beauty and the Beast mash-up, anyone?
It's a noble distinction.
Wings! Seaquest DSV! So much to be seen.
Can you even imagine?
Unlike Nicolas Cage, who is a breeze.
Just when we stopped thinking about ebola!
Let's sit at a diner, smoke a hundred cigarettes, and talk this through.
For the show's 29th season.
It's noxious and dated and deeply dumb. And I know every line.
Called "Forgotten Tune," believe it or not.
Your move, Luke Perry.
Long hair! Short hair! Glasses! Many, many glasses.
So much scruffy facial hair.