Garfield and Friends nail art
In the midst of N’SYNC mania (don’t you dare even mention the Backstreet Boys), Justin Timberlake made many young girls’ dreams come true when h starred in Model Behavior. Not only did it feature the biggest heartthrob of the time (though unfortunately he wasn’t sporting the frosted tips) but it involved a scenario usually reserved for Mary Kate and Ashley, in which a normal girl switches lives with a model and gets to date Timberlake. Kathie Lee Gifford also appears, pretty randomly, as the model’s mother. A sequel would only work if Timberlake came back, especially since he went from boy band cutie to legitimate superstar. Since Kathie Lee is busy drinking with Hoda, maybe Kelly Ripa can take her place. As for the girls who switch places, Lindsay Lohan has some experience in that area and her recent attempt at a comeback wasn’t exactly a success.
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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Complete Classic Series Collection
We give a hearty “Cowabunga dudes!” to the arrival of this nostalgia-loaded set, which offers all 10 seasons of the ’80s TMNT animated series housed inside in the pizza-loving mutant reptiles’ party van, along with bonus features like bonus episodes and featurettes.
Great Good Guys: Conan, John Matrix (Commando) and John Kimble (Kindergarten Cop)
Bad Guy: Mr. Freeze (Batman & Robin)
Sure, Schwarzenegger established his bad guy bona fides in the original Terminator back in the beginning of his career. But that evil mojo was long spent by the time he painted his skin blue and dressed up as what appears to be a walking refrigerator to battle George Clooney’s Batman. The result is an even bigger debacle than Last Action Hero and Jingle All the Way combined. Although, it must be said that only a true evildoer would deliver some of the stone cold one-liners (“The chilling sound of your doom,” anyone?) that Freeze unleashes throughout the movie.
Adorable Recess fan art.
"Most of the time though I wanted the kids to go to Smugglers notch and get a piece of the agro grag"
Cory and Topanga, Boy Meets World
Sure, there was that one time that Cory kissed
that skank Lauren on the ski trip and then Topanga met the guy at the art gallery (who in my memory was played by Leonardo DiCaprio but according to IMDb was actually Jonathon Jackson — whatever), but other than that, this power couple’s drama never lasted as long as most of their TV counterparts. They supposedly loved each other since they were five years old — even though in the early episodes they were barely even friends. Still, Topanga never left him for Shawn Hunter, which has to show her devotion. Not only was their love strong enough to erase their middle school memories, it also managed to lure Topanga away from Yale and into non-existent Pennbrook and marriage to Cory two years later. They lived horribly for a while, stuck in the “married dorms” (which along with those co-ed bathrooms probably aren’t real) and begging Cory’s stubborn parents for help, but it all worked out because they had each other. Or maybe it was because of Mr. Feeny’s brilliant guidance throughout their entire lives. Either way.
Lesson Learned: Love conquers all… especially continuity and the Ivy League.