I Love the '90s: Part Deux (2005– )
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There appears to be no end in sight for these VH1 fillers. Even when they get done with the 90s, I don't doubt that they'll continue to find something else to create hour long mini-ads for. But, it really says something of our own present culture and state of entertainment when we are so desperate to place all of our energy and attention on the old days. Since modern pop culture (and political hype and other popular moments) are basically nothing more than a recycling of the past, VH1 asks us not to struggle for something new, but instead, to place all of our energies in the past. And to remain there. What's the point to all of these shows? To think, with all of the money VH1 used to license all of those nauseating clips of even the most seemingly insignificant things, they could have bought some decent music videos or something.
Another peeve is Jay and Silent Bob. As much as I love their movies, they are the only thing that prevents me from watching this with my family and everything. It's incredibly distasteful (Especially that David Duke segment...it could have been much funnier) Michael Ian Black...you gotta turn it up a notch this series.
Favorite moments so far: *Samuel L Jackson as a crack-head *When that one guy mutilates the talking Barbie *Public Enemy and Anthrax segment