Booyah is a 90s slang word. It’s commonly said during a moment of celebration or victory.
In the house is a sitcom about a former football player that sublets parts of his house because of a financial predicament. The showed debuted on NBC in 1995 before moving to UPN for it’s 5 season run. In The House starred LL Cool J, Debbie Allen and Kim Wayans among others.
704 Hauser street is a spinoff of All in the Family. Debuting April of 1994 on CBS, the series follows the lives of an African American Family that now lives in the house previously owned by Archie Bunker, the lead of the original All in the Family series.
You Wish is a television sitcom about a mother that befriends a genie. It debuted September 26, 1997 part of the TGIF lineup on the ABC network. The show lasted 12 episodes.
Final Fantasy VII is role-playing video game created by Square for the PlayStation. The game is about a group of mercenaries against a sinister conglomerate. Released in 1997 with worldwide success, it helped mainstream Japanese Role Playing Games in the western market. Flicking through the pages of EGM, Gamefan, Gamepro, you couldn’t miss an ad […]
On June 17th, 1994, OJ Simpson and Al Cowlings lead the LAPD on a high speed pursuit in Southern California. It’s one of the most watched television events in history.
“If you wanna be my lover, you gotta get with my friends, make it last forever, friendship never ends” is a lyric from the 1996 single “Wannabe” by the Spice Girls. It’s a lyric that most 90s kids cannot forget.
The 1997 Soul Train Music Awards was rap artist Notorious B.I.G.’s last appearance on television. He would be shot and killed later that night.
Genesis Does What Nintendon’t is an infamous slogan coined in a commercial during the 90s Console Wars between Nintendo and Sega. The commercial makes robust claims about the Sega Genesis console’s capabilities in comparison to the Nintendo console. The commercial is best known for it’s jingle.
The Dot Com bubble was from 1994 to 2000 in which tech stocks soared due to investor’s increasing excitement of internet dot-coms.