A humorous, year by year look through the decade that saw hair size become a statement, ratty clothes become cool, and music about breaking up become mainstream. Comprised of segments ... See full summary »
Andrew Dice Clay,
Soleil Moon Frye,
After being shunned by Hollywood, Kevin Smith and Ralph Garman don masks and take to the streets to exact revenge on the true villains of Tinsel Town. Based on the award winning podcast, Hollywood Babble-On.
I lost faith in VH1 when they started playing the unfunny, uninteresting "Best Week Ever". How could you have a documentary without the hilarious Michael Ian Black and the sexy, sexy Hal Sparks but actually include the totally boring Mo Rocca and Rachael Harris (and other unfunny, uninteresting comedians who actually think they're funny, for that matter)? I almost considered never watching VH1 again.... That is, until last night, when "I Love The 90s" premiered! Granted, I've only seen two episodes (1990 and 1991) and you did leave out some important things (Home Alone, and even Mariah Carey's debut). But I laughed out loud with my long-missed favorites- Hal Sparks, Michael Ian Black, John Mayer, Loni Love, and yummy newcomer Dominic Monaghan (good move VH1)! And not to mention it was a good excuse to scope out some more eye candy. As always, I got pretty excited when Hal or John's gorgeous face filled the screen, it's always great to see Dom without his hobbit get up (boy, is he hot, especially when he dances to M.C. Hammer), and when did Jaleel "Steve Urkel" White get hot? But most importantly, judging from last night's episodes, this is going to be the best mini-series of the four of them (80s, 70s, 80s Strikes Back, 90s)- even though they'll probably need to make another '90s documentary, seeing as they left some things out. But VH1, you have restored my faith in you. I totally forgive you.
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