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  • '90s Are All That: '90s Fashion Throwback!

    Posted on 05/29/2014 by Rachel1016

    Oh hey, '90s fans. Grab your Tomagotchis, lace up your Airwalks, and throw it on back to a time when neon fanny packs, over-sized flannel shirts, backward baseball caps, and explosions of color reigned supreme. You know you loved the ridiculousness of '90s fashion, so we rounded up some of our favorite moments from '90s Nick shows to demonstrate just how sartorially EPIC its characters were!

    Take a look at the outfits from shows like Clarissa Explains It All, Hey Dude!, Alex Mack, Salute Your Shorts, Doug and more, and you'll see that memorable fashion is just one of of the many reasons the '90s were, indeed, all that.

    90s Throwback Fashion

    Gypsy sleeves and patchwork denim? Yes, please. Clarissa taught us many a lesson about owning your personal style.

    90s Throwback Fashion

    The over-sized khaki shorts and all-denim-everything look of the Hey Dude era definitely contributed to our dreams of living on a ranch.

    90s Throwback Fashion

    We just have two words for you: bucket hat.

    Want to see more wacky and totally awesome outfits? Check out the rest of our favorite '90s fashion moments here!

  • '90s Are All That: Our Favorite Moments from 'Kenan & Kel'

    Posted on 02/27/2014 by Rachel1016

    Kenan & Kel

    Awww, here it goes! Kenan and Kel were the original hi-jinx masters, always getting themselves into hilarious trouble. It's time to take a look back at all of their daffy shenanigans and remember that the very best of friends are the ones who will love you no matter how crazy you are. (Plus, who else was rad enough to have '90s superstar Coolio sing their theme song? Oh right, nobody.)


    If you can't trust a clown, who can you trust? Just as Kenan and Kel decide it's time to grown up and act responsible, a clown makes a total fool out of them. The irony is just… so sweet.


    Inspired by Ernest Hemingway, Kenan and Kel make a list of goals to accomplish before they die. The two decide to climb the stairs of the Sears Tower (now called the The Willis Tower -- so vintage) and, of course, few things actually go right.


    Kenan mistakenly gets a job as the Executive Vice President of a big company, and he hires Kel as his personal assistant. But when he's called upon to make a big presentation on his plans for the company, it becomes clear that both of the guys aren't cut out for the big leagues.


    It's April Fool's Day and the boys' pranking game is, unsurprisingly, on point. But when Kenan has a run-in with a real cop, it seems as though the spirit of the holiday has gone straight to his head.


    In a rare, serious Kenan & Kel moment, the boys take a trip down memory lane after Kenan learns his family is moving to Montana. No one wanted to see this gruesome twosome break up, but *spoiler alert* we thankfully didn't have to.

    What are some of your favorite memories from Kenan & Kel? Share them with us in the comments!