I Love the 90s

Season 1 Episode 2

I Love: 1991

Aired Daily 8:00 PM Jul 12, 2004 on VH1
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I Love: 1991
Topics discussed include: Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch; Terminator 2: Judgment Day; Boyz N the Hood; Thelma & Louise; The Silence of the Lambs; Beverly Hills 90210; Clarence Thomas; Paul Reubens; Michael Jordan.

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    • Chris Booker: (on Color Me Badd) I think the lead singer had the spiked, Vanilla Ice hair and maybe some multi-color things going on.
      DJ Skribble: There was the Kenny G-looking guy.
      JC Chasez: The Spanish guy, he had long flowing hair, and he always had the 'George Michael', five o'clock shadow.
      Michael Ian Black: And you had your token black guy.

    • Mo Rocca: Before I saw [Silence of the Lambs] I had no idea there was such a thing as a retractable penis

    • Stuart Scott: Who caught [Pee-Wee Herman]? Do you go around a movie theater looking in the aisles to see if anybody is whacking off?

    • Hal Sparks: "Enter Sandman" was one of those 'if you have epilepsy, turn the channel' videos.

    • Sir Mix-a-Lot: You go down to Venice Beach, man, chicks know how to rollerblade in them little red shorts, eatin' a red lollipop. I liked that ****. My big as on some rollerblades? Dude, you gotta be ****ing kidding me.

    • Edwin McCain: [Garth Brooks] was like Aerosmith, country-style.

    • Jake Fogelnest: [C+C Music Factory] were not asking you to dance; they were commanding it.

    • Dominic Monaghan: [Point Break] was a guy film in the whole midst of this Pretty Woman, Steel Magnolias, Beaches bull****.

    • Walter Jones: [Family Matters] started off as a show about a family—you know—that mattered, and it ended up being a show about Urkel.

    • Michael Ian Black: ["Rico Suave"] is another one of those videos that seemed to be prevalent in 1991 where we'd get a shirtless guy rapping... about stuff.

    • Mo Rocca: Whenever I'm starved for compliments I put on my Bugle Boy jeans and stand in the middle of the desert hoping that people will stop.

    • Michael Ian Black: In my day we had songs like "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go", not "I Wanna Sex You Up". Where's the mystery?

    • Beth Littleford: Kurt Cobain was completely anti-fashion and then he became to definitive fashion statement of the decade.

    • Michael Ian Black: (on Thelma and Louise) They go a little crazy and then they drive off a cliff. I don't mean to ruin the ending, but they do.

    • Beth Littleford: (on the Clarence Thomas/Anita Hill hearings) You can't make that stuff up. Pubic hair on the Coke—no.
      James Michael Tyler: It was the first time that I ever heard "pubic hair" mentioned on the news.

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