Millennials are suckers for nostalgia. We love it so much that we created the #ThrowbackThursday hashtag so that once a week, every week, we have an excuse to reminisce about the "good old days." While there are no hard facts
As I kid, I have fond memories of running to my TV to be able to watch The Amanda Show on Nickelodeon. My sister and I still make references to the various skits and to the rest of Bynes’ movies.
While I was born in the 80s, most of my childhood TV watching years took place in the mid-90s. I remember coming home from school, playing outside for a bit (yes, before my homework… thanks mom!), finishing up my math
Like most ‘90s kids, my childhood was inundated with cartoons, sketch comedy, and lots and lots of slime. I was a Nickelodeon fan if there ever was one, spending every second my poor parents would allow plopped in front of
From the menthol-cool vocal stylings of Boyz II Men to iconic Nickelodeon TV shows (btw, don’t even get me started on the shit rotting kids’ brains today), the ‘90s were a simpler time and one I look back upon with glistening tears
Ever since I was little, I’ve been a television fanatic. In fact, my favorite number is 12 because Nickelodeon used to be on Channel 12. Looking back, some of my favorite shows had the absolute WORST production value: Belle and