The Sega CD attachment made it possible for CD-ROM based games and music playback for the Sega Genesis. The add-on was known for it’s large library of Full Motion Video (FMV) games. The North American release of the accessory was in 1992.
FMV or full motion video is a type of video game that heavily relied on videos rather then actual gameplay. This was popular around the early 90s with the widespread release of CD-ROM discs and consoles such as the Sega CD and 3DO.
Boomshakalaka is a 90s slang term. It’s usually shouted during a competitive situation, when one player achieves a goal or performs some type of spectacular move against their opponents. It was commonly used during basketball after a slam dunk.
George is a 1993 television sitcom starring George Foreman as a mentor for at-risk youth.
Getting Personal was a 1998 television sitcom that aired on Fox. It starred Vivica A. Fox as the head of an advertising agency in Chicago. One of her employees was a previous “date gone wrong”.
In the 1993 film Jurassic Park, an IT employee of the park, Ray Arnold (played by Samuel L. Jackson), says “hold on to your butts” as he powers up the amusement park again.
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.