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Baby-Sitters Club Cast Reunited to Watch the Golden Globes

Baby-Sitters Club Cast Reunited to Watch the Golden Globes
The Baby-Sitters Club movie that hit theaters in 1995 is based on the insanely popular children's book series. Though the movie was not a box office sensation, it was still very popular amongst young girls and had another life on home video as a perfect companion to the novels. It's been nearly 23 years since the movie hit theaters and now a partial reunion has taken place while getting together to watch the Golden Globes. Larisa Oleynik (Dawn Schafer), Bre Blair (Stacey McGill), director Melanie Mayron, Rachael Leigh Cook (Mary Anne Spier), and Schuyler Fisk (Kristy Thomas) all got together at Mayron's house to watch the awards ceremony.

The BFFs from the 90s are still friends to this day and get together when they can, but careers and families make the times that they get together less frequent. Baby-Sitter's Club president Schuyler Fisk posted the picture of the reunited crew with a caption that reads,
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Jenna and Barbara Bush on Their Favorite Guilty Pleasure Reads and Book Club with Dad George

Jenna and Barbara Bush on Their Favorite Guilty Pleasure Reads and Book Club with Dad George
Is there anything better than digging into a good book? For twins Jenna and Barbara Bush, it’s reading a good book together!

The former first daughters, 35, tell People and EW’s “Shelf Life” series that they love to indulge together in guilty pleasure reads, especially mysteries like Nelson DeMille’s The Lion’s Game and Paula Hawkins’ Into the Water.

“We love to read a good mystery when we just want to forget about everything,” says Jenna Bush Hager.

“And we like to read at the same time, so that we have someone to talk to about where we are in the book,
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Marla Sokoloff’s Blog: Basking in (and Resisting the Pressure of) the Social Media Mommy Glow

Marla Sokoloff’s Blog: Basking in (and Resisting the Pressure of) the Social Media Mommy Glow
Please welcome back celebrity blogger Marla Sokoloff!

Known for her roles as Cokie Mason in The Baby-Sitters Club movie, Lucy Hatcher on The Practice and bad girl Gia on Full House and Fuller House, Sokoloff is currently filming the latter’s third season.

She has also appeared on Desperate Housewives, The Fosters and Grey’s Anatomy, as well as in comedies like Dude, Where’s My Car? and Sugar & Spice.

The actress’s movie A Happening of Monumental Proportions is set to release in the near future, and she’s currently developing a film whose screenplay she wrote herself.

Sokoloff,
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Dance Academy review – a pleasantly soapy dance drama for the iGeneration

The feature adaptation of ABC TV’s hugely successful series for teens is less Flashdance and more Black Swan meets The Baby-Sitters Club

Some of us look back on the turbulence of our university years with a mixture of horror and nostalgia, recalling the title of Errol Flynn’s autobiography. For others, like Tara Webster (Xenia Goodwin), their wicked, wicked ways encompass those diabolical occasions when they neglected to pick up kombucha and activated almonds on the way home from dance class.

Or, in the case of her fame-hungry friend Kat (Alicia Banit), when a social media post generates bad engagement – as in a topless selfie that derails her credibility (who would have thought?) as the star of a squeaky-clean kids show. This puts Kat in a pantheon of badly behaving children’s television personalities, Death to Smoochy’s Rainbow Randolph leading the modern charge.

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17 Years Later, the Cast of Can't Hardly Wait Had an Epic Reunion

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This has been a good year for '90s reunions. The girls from The Baby-Sitters Club got together, the cast of All That sang their former theme song together, and the Hocus Pocus kids hung out on Halloween. Now, the cast of the 1998 movie Can't Hardly Wait reunited for a special screening of the movie in Los Angeles. If you love the movie as much as we do, you need to see these pictures. Take a look, and find out which character you are!
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Cast of The Baby-Sitters Club Reunited for the Movie's Anniversary

Cast of The Baby-Sitters Club Reunited for the Movie's Anniversary
Does it seem like everything is turning 20 this year? Alanis Morissette re-released a special edition of Jagged Little Pill in honor of its birthday, and now we're getting some serious nostalgia by way of The Baby-Sitters Club movie. In honor of its 20th anniversary, the cast reunited for a special screening of the movie at the Alamo Drafthouse in Austin, Texas, Tuesday. Rachael Leigh Cook, who played Mary Anne, uploaded a selfie with Bre Blair (Stacey), Larisa Oleynik (Dawn) and Marla Sokoloff (Cokie) to kick start the reunion. "It's On! #BSCreunion," she wrote alongside the photo. Sokoloff also tapped into all of our emotions by sharing a touching black-and-white photo of her gal-pals and...
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Baby-Sitters Club Cast Reunites for 20th Anniversary Screening: Photos

Baby-Sitters Club Cast Reunites for 20th Anniversary Screening: Photos
It's on! #BSCreunion pic.twitter.com/F3FG7TzYpz — Rachael Leigh Cook (@RachaelLCook) November 3, 2015 Say hello to your friends! The cast of the 1995 film The Baby-Sitters Club, including Rachael Leigh Cook, Bre Blair, and Marla Sokoloff, reunited on Tuesday, Nov. 3, for the movie's 20th anniversary screening in Austin, Texas. Cook, 36, who was clearly delighted to reunite with her former costars, posed for a Twitter selfie with them on an escalator. "It's on!" the She's All That actress captioned the cute snap of herself with Blair, Sokoloff, and Larisa [...]
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Kevin James and His Wife Welcome Their Fourth Child

Kevin James and His Wife Welcome Their Fourth Child
Kevin James and his wife are parents to a new baby girl - People Rebel Wilson explains why she isn't funny all the time - Et Sinead O'Connor will stop singing one of her beloved '90s songs - Us Weekly Why Ryan Reynolds won't share his daughter's name - Gossip Girl What it's really like to be friends with Madonna - HuffPost Celebrity Beyoncé bestows valuable lessons on Blue Ivy - Ok! The cast of Pretty Woman reunites for the 25th anniversary - Lainey Gossip Where the cast of The Baby-Sitters Club is now - BuzzFeed This Insurgent star says the movie will leave you wanting more - HitFix
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Hurry! These Great Movies Are Expiring From Netflix in March

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Netflix is doing the friendly thing of letting us know what movies and TV shows it's taking off of its streaming service, but the bad news is, you only have a matter of days to watch some of these! Leaving the service are a lot of great '90s flicks like Cool Runnings, Romy and Michele's High School Reunion, and Se7en, so get to watching. There are a few that won't be removed until later in the month, so take a look at the list and see what you need to watch first, then get excited for the new stuff coming in March! Movies 3 Ninjas: Kick Back Air Bud Anaconda Arachnophobia Brokedown Palace Cheech & Chong's Nice Dreams Cool Runnings Emma Evita Fireproof Freaky Friday Fright Night Girlfight Honey, I Shrunk the Kids Jackass: Number Two Lords of Dogtown Old Yeller Ordinary People Out of Time Pretty in Pink
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Archer Recap: Quadruple Ass

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Archer Recap: Quadruple Ass
The StoryArcher is tasked with babysitting Aj while Lana goes to a Zen center to sweat in a yurt for 24 hours. As soon as babysitting begins, however, Archer finds himself having to babysit another person: a rogue special agent from Pakistan. Over at HQ, the rest of the crew is having a hate-crime-filled poker night, complete with Breaking Bad costumes, potato chips, and alcohol (but seriously lacking in Milton). Oh, and apparently Woodhouse is on vacation.The Highlight ReelAt the beginning of the episode — and also for the rest of eternity, probably — Lana is skeptical of Archer's babysitting and/or fathering capabilities, because she knows he has guns and booze stashed all over his apartment. But Archer really wants to prove himself in this episode: Archer: Lana, go, Aj is in good hands, I know what I’m doing. I’ve read 10 of The Baby-Sitters Club books.Lana: Really?Archer: Yeah,
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1990 Things From The 90s (Seriously)

1990 Things From The 90s (Seriously)
It's been more than a decade since the 1990s ended, yet the Internet can't seem to go a day without a reminder of the neon slap bracelets that may have been banned from your school.

Yes, we get it. Times are tough and there's comfort in reflection, but enough is enough.

Below, a final goodbye to the 90s to end the nostalgia once and for all. (We're not kidding. There are 1990 items below.)

1. Scrunchies

2. "The Wild Thornberries"

3. Dawson and Joey

4. "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys"

5. Mr. Feeny

7. MTV playing music videos

8. Snick

9. The premiere of "Freaks and Geeks"

10. Levar Burton

11. "Daria"

12. "Arthur"

13. "The Powerpuff Girls"

14. "Smart Guy"

15. Comedy Central globe logo with buildings

16. "The X-Files"

17. Rosie O'Donnell

18. Bill Nye

19. "Dawson's Creek"

20. The Mighty Ducks"

21. "Are You Afraid of the Dark"

22. Cornholio

23. Rachel Green

24. Tim Allen

25. "All That"

26. "Beverly Hills 90210"

27. "Step by Step"

28. "The Ren & Stimpy Show"

29. "The Famous Jett Jackson"

30. "Buffy the Vampire Slayer
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Whatever Happened To Mandy Moore?

Whatever Happened To Mandy Moore?
You know those stars who blow up for all of about five minutes -- or five years, if they're lucky -- and then disappear into the ether? The ones whom you're reminded of only upon seeing a late-night commercial for "Totally R&B" or gasping with excitement as they pop up on the latest episode of "30 Rock"?

The Huffington Post has been scouring the Web for juice on some of your old favorites, from pop-music princess Mandy Moore to "Cruel Intentions" heartthrob Ryan Phillippe. Find out what these and plenty of other stars are actually up to. Believe it or not, most of them are in fact still working. (We didn't believe it either.)

Music:

Ginuwine

You might not be aware, but R&B slow-jam aficionado Ginuwine is still making music. He released a greatest hits album in 2006, and his most recent effort, 2011’s “Elgin,” debuted at a crisp No.
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The year in nostalgia: Reboots, sequels, comebacks, and callbacks to a simpler time

The year in nostalgia: Reboots, sequels, comebacks, and callbacks to a simpler time
There’s nothing new under the sun — which is just the way Millennials like it.

We’re a generation obsessed with our own recent past, as befits the children of Boomers. Our influence on the entertainment industry is also increasing as we grow older. That’s probably why 2012 was the year that a collective nostalgia for pop culture from the ’90s and even the early ’00s hit in full force. Sure, the year also featured its share of projects inspired by/cribbing from the ’80s or even earlier — we learned it by watching you, Generation X! — but generally speaking, a
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The Baby-Sitters Club Movie: After 18 Years Is It a Nostalgia-Filled Romp or a Boring, Dated Kids' Movie

Tomorrow's a big day in Baby-Sitters Club history — not as big as the day Kristy Thomas had her great idea, but a big day nonetheless. In honor of the series being released on e-book on December 1st, we thought we'd take a look at the 1995 movie adaptation of the series to see if the adventures of some twelve and thirteen-year-old baby sitters are still entertaining in the 21st century. Sure plenty of us loved the Bsc when we were pre-teens, but is a trip back to Stoneybrook actually worthwhile for fans who are all grown up and are now far more likely to hire a baby sitter than to work as one?

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The Baby-Sitters Club
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R.L. Stine Not Optimistic About Goosebumps Movie Coming Soon

Last night, I fulfilled a childhood dream by meeting one of my earliest literary idols, R.L. Stine. As a dedicated bookworm with the requisite coke bottle glasses, I jumped right from The Baby-sitters Club to Fear Street, and never looked back. Stine was promoting his new book, Red Rain, penned for adults who grew up on Fear Street and Goosebumps--which recently hit its 20th anniversary--and the crowd made up largely of twenty-somethings and thirty-somethings was positively giddy to meet the man whose twisted tales had kept them up at night. For a man who proudly proclaims his job is to "terrify kids," Stine was a delightful speaker, sharing stories about his early ambitions to write humor novels for adults nand his first embarrassing job in the industry.writing pulp-style stories for a men's magazine under a nom de plume. He even brought out some fan letters, including his favorite
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"Pretty Little Liars" recap 3.13: The Dark Knight Rises

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Previously on Pretty Little Liars, Hanna flashed back to the time when Alison flashed back to the time when she murdered her twin sister because she was tired of sharing a Barbie Glam Convertible with her. Later, Alison was murdered by everyone in the greater Philadelphia area who possessed the ability to grasp a field hockey stick. Emily fell in love with Paige, who was summarily kidnapped, bound, gagged, re-closeted, and almost knifed to death by Maya's former drug camp stalker, Cousin Nate. But Emily killed him instead, so that score, at least, was settled. Hanna tried to stay away from Caleb because her lot in life is to either hit or be hit with a car once every moon cycle, but his hobo hair is like a siren song, and she continued to crash herself against him.
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Joe Jonas talks mentoring on CW's 'The Next' and the new Jonas Brothers album

Joe Jonas talks mentoring on CW's 'The Next' and the new Jonas Brothers album
Joe Jonas has been "working the streets" -- his words, not ours. Working the streets for music, that is, and on his birthday, no less.

Zap2it chatted with the Jonas Brother on his 23rd birthday about his new role as mentor on the CW's "The Next."

As the network's take on competitive singing, "The Next" places viewers as the judges of talent, while Jonas and fellow co-stars, Gloria Estefan, Nelly, and John Rich serve as the mentors.

"It's like taking 'Simple Life' and 'American Idol' and throwing them into one," Joe tells us. 

How so? All four mentors get to spend 72 hours with their individual contestants in six different cities, truly immersing themselves in their mentees' daily lives rather than just advising them in a recording studio.

Thus far, we're told the experiences have been eventful, beginning with Joe's very own induction into The Baby-sitters Club alongside one contestant:
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'Beverly Hills Nannies' is exactly like 'The Baby-sitters Club' - if Kristy and the gang could drink

ABC Family's new realty series "Beverly Hills Nannies" follows the fabulous -- and sometimes not-so-fabulous -- lives of an elite group of nannies as they take care of kids, pets and often the moms. The show may be new, but the concept sounds very familiar to us -- and probably any woman who grew up in the '80s.

"It's like 'The Baby-sitters Club,'" says Maggie, wannabe nanny and childhood friend to Queen Bee of the Nannies, Kristin, in the show's Wednesday (July 11) premiere.

"It is like 'The Baby-sitters Club,'" Kristin murmurs.

"We used to read those books when we were kids," she adds, while shoving a dog-eared copy of "Bsc #37: Dawn and the Older Boy" under a throw pillow (except not really on that last part).

And the show is just like "The Baby-sitters Club" -- except the sitters can drink and drive
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Molly Fosco: Where Are They Now?

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What could be more exciting than a new show that involves an actress from one of the most legendary musical films of all time? How about a new show involving the actress who plays the most awesome character from that film? Yes I am talking about the one and only Grease, and the one and only-est Stockard Channing! The famed Rizzo has been cast on an ABC pilot where she will play mother to none other than the teen pop icon turned actress, Mandy Moore. I am almost equally thrilled at Mandy's participation in this pilot because I have been a fan of hers since her big acting debut in A Walk to Remember. Her portrayal of Jamie Sullivan is one of the reasons I believe in true love to this day. Clearly both actresses are musically gifted so the producers on this pilot might as well stop kidding
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