Vintage clothing, Homey the Clown, Paint Ball, Beanie Babies, Bill Clinton, 90210, Forrest Gump, Tickle-Me Elmo, "Tool Time", "Hakuna Matata", Generation X... Ask ten people to name the icons of the decade and you''ll get ten very different lists. From the early days of MP3s, Caller ID and e-mail, to the end of days for cassette tapes, phone booths and mullets, there was a lot to love about the ''90s. The show that brings it all back is RetroStars.
Musically, the decade started with hair bands and "grunge". It ended with boy bands and girl power. In the middle, Seattle became famous for more than music; its coffee and software giants reached far and wide too. Did the Psychic Friends Network predict that Stuart Smalley would become a U.S. Senator or that a former pro wrestler would become governor of Minnesota? Did Jamie Walters ever figure out how to talk to an angel? The ''90s delivered timeless music from No Doubt, Matchbox 20 and Sheryl Crow.
From TLC to TRL, the ''90s live on with RetroStars