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RE: Children of the 90s - 23/9/2012 9:42:26 PM   
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ORIGINAL: sanchia

(Pointless information of the day)

I seem to remember the Pink Power Ranger ended up as Sarah Michelle Gellar's stunt double.


Technically, yes. Her stunt double was the same woman who was SMG's double in Buffy. Her name is Sophia Crawford and her partner, Jeff Pruitt was the stunt co-ordinator on both shows. Amy Jo Johnson, the first Pink Ranger (in that photo) is currently on the show Flashpoint.

How's that for pointless info?

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RE: Children of the 90s - 23/9/2012 9:44:08 PM   
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It's funny how time affects us as kids. I too remember the Power Rangers being a dominant part of the 90's, when actually it only took up about 2 years. Star Wars took up far more of my childhood but it didn't feel as long.

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Someone else in this forum once told us all about a certain Pink Ranger story that...well...it broke my mind.



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RE: Children of the 90s - 23/9/2012 9:51:52 PM   
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Question for 80s retro enthusiasts - what will you do when the 90s becomes the dominant cultural paradigm in the next two/three years? I haven't seen anyone wearing a Thundercats shirt in absolutely ages.

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RE: Children of the 90s - 23/9/2012 9:57:26 PM   
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It's funny how time affects us as kids. I too remember the Power Rangers being a dominant part of the 90's, when actually it only took up about 2 years. Star Wars took up far more of my childhood but it didn't feel as long.

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Someone else in this forum once told us all about a certain Pink Ranger story that...well...it broke my mind.






My main Star Wars childhood memory is making my Millennium Falcon crash into my Castle GreySkull and then have my Star Wars and He-Man characters going to war. Would make an awesome film

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RE: Children of the 90s - 23/9/2012 10:02:18 PM   
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I had my Star Wars action figures sit and watch the A-Team fight the cast of M.AS.K. while they bayed for blood. Hannibal was the first to go, it was quite embarrassing. Then my ALF cuddly toy came in and stomped on them all. Good times.

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RE: Children of the 90s - 23/9/2012 10:05:07 PM   
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My He-Man toys used to take part in wrestling tournaments with WWF stars. Hulk Hogan got owned by Prince Adam.

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RE: Children of the 90s - 23/9/2012 10:24:34 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Shifty Bench


quote:

ORIGINAL: sanchia

(Pointless information of the day)

I seem to remember the Pink Power Ranger ended up as Sarah Michelle Gellar's stunt double.


Technically, yes. Her stunt double was the same woman who was SMG's double in Buffy. Her name is Sophia Crawford and her partner, Jeff Pruitt was the stunt co-ordinator on both shows. Amy Jo Johnson, the first Pink Ranger (in that photo) is currently on the show Flashpoint.

How's that for pointless info?


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RE: Children of the 90s - 23/9/2012 10:27:51 PM   
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RE: Children of the 90s - 23/9/2012 11:29:45 PM   
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How on earth did anyone think Mr Blobby was entertaining for young children?? He's fucking terrifying!

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RE: Children of the 90s - 23/9/2012 11:35:23 PM   
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He was the Mr Noseybonk of the 90s.

*shudders*

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RE: Children of the 90s - 23/9/2012 11:37:55 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Shifty Bench

He was the Mr Noseybonk of the 90s.

*shudders*

*Googles*

...



.... http://youtu.be/c_1QyOQDx6w

What the hell??

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RE: Children of the 90s - 23/9/2012 11:39:11 PM   
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quote:

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quote:

ORIGINAL: Hood_Man

It's funny how time affects us as kids. I too remember the Power Rangers being a dominant part of the 90's, when actually it only took up about 2 years. Star Wars took up far more of my childhood but it didn't feel as long.

quote:

ORIGINAL: Rgirvan44
Someone else in this forum once told us all about a certain Pink Ranger story that...well...it broke my mind.






My main Star Wars childhood memory is making my Millennium Falcon crash into my Castle GreySkull and then have my Star Wars and He-Man characters going to war. Would make an awesome film


quote:

ORIGINAL: Shifty Bench

I had my Star Wars action figures sit and watch the A-Team fight the cast of M.AS.K. while they bayed for blood. Hannibal was the first to go, it was quite embarrassing. Then my ALF cuddly toy came in and stomped on them all. Good times.


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My He-Man toys used to take part in wrestling tournaments with WWF stars. Hulk Hogan got owned by Prince Adam.


Clearly Hollywood needs to employ more children in their franchise-making meetings. Kids are king of crossover ideas, it would appear.





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RE: Children of the 90s - 23/9/2012 11:40:13 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Shifty Bench

He was the Mr Noseybonk of the 90s.

*shudders*

*Googles*

...



.... http://youtu.be/c_1QyOQDx6w

What the hell??


Yup. Here's Charlie Brooker's take on him- click

The 80s knew how to disturb kids

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RE: Children of the 90s - 23/9/2012 11:42:08 PM   
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No wonder parents in the 90's were so protective against strangers

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He's like some terrifying masked child catcher who locks children in cages and sprays them with a fireman's hose, with that horrifying music drowning out the screams. Or something.

Assuming it's a "He!"

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RE: Children of the 90s - 24/9/2012 9:54:53 AM   
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quote:

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Question for 80s retro enthusiasts - what will you do when the 90s becomes the dominant cultural paradigm in the next two/three years? I haven't seen anyone wearing a Thundercats shirt in absolutely ages.


This won't happen as the 90s was shit.

Also I saw a guy wearing a pristine 80s Turtles T shirt, just the other day.

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RE: Children of the 90s - 25/9/2012 11:05:31 AM   
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Who remembers Maid Marian and Her Merry Men? The kids show for the more savvy child viewer. Forever immortalised by the following genius exchange:

Old Woman (on seeing oil spurt from the ground) - "Look, a big black geyser!"

Danny John-Jules - "Nah, I'm over here."



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RE: Children of the 90s - 25/9/2012 12:02:41 PM   
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This won't happen as the 90s was shit.

The 90's would like a word with you:



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RE: Children of the 90s - 25/9/2012 12:10:26 PM   
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It had its best bits in the 00s, but for me the 90s was the debut of the best TV show ever



FUCK YEAH.

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RE: Children of the 90s - 25/9/2012 12:21:44 PM   
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Who remembers Maid Marian and Her Merry Men?


Great show, written by Tony Robinson who was better known as Baldrick off Blackadder and who played the Sheriff. Fact.

I think this was the first show that made me realise that the Cat from Red Dwarf was in fact English.


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RE: Children of the 90s - 25/9/2012 12:32:12 PM   
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It had its best bits in the 00s, but for me the 90s was the debut of the best TV show ever



FUCK YEAH.

I still remember when Jeremy Clarkson presented it during his "No Top Gear Limbo"

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RE: Children of the 90s - 25/9/2012 1:07:27 PM   
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I thought the Clarkson era Robot Wars were better. Not because of Jezza, but because they had that obstacle course that was stupidly hard as the first round, and which tellingly never reappeared after that series.

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RE: Children of the 90s - 25/9/2012 2:59:50 PM   
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I wonder if Phillipa Forrester still has those leather trousers. If so she should stick em on an eBay charity listing.



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RE: Children of the 90s - 25/9/2012 5:38:01 PM   
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I thought the Clarkson era Robot Wars were better. Not because of Jezza, but because they had that obstacle course that was stupidly hard as the first round, and which tellingly never reappeared after that series.


I remember thinking that was bullshit, and I wasn't even old enough to know what that meant .

I also remember finding it hilarious that Roadblock (Which won Series 1) did terribly in the second season before vanishing forever.

Also,

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I wonder if Phillipa Forrester still has those leather trousers. If so she should stick em on an eBay charity listing.





THIS THIS THIS!

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RE: Children of the 90s - 25/9/2012 5:42:01 PM   
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I wonder if Phillipa Forrester still has those leather trousers. If so she should stick em on an eBay charity listing.






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RE: Children of the 90s - 25/9/2012 5:43:15 PM   
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It had its best bits in the 00s, but for me the 90s was the debut of the best TV show ever



FUCK YEAH.


Damn forgot all about that. I watched that religiously and even had the trading card game.




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RE: Children of the 90s - 25/9/2012 5:51:40 PM   
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And let's not forget this:





Another huge part of vad3r's childhood. My first crushes ever were the Pink Power Ranger and Misty. I wanted to lick those legs all day (and still do).







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RE: Children of the 90s - 25/9/2012 6:42:50 PM   
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I remember getting Red, starting with Bulbasaur and getting socially ostracized, because everyone else in school started with Charmander .

On the subject, surely every 90s kid had some of these:



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RE: Children of the 90s - 25/9/2012 6:45:55 PM   
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My sister collected them, got books on it, the electronic thing that had all the info in it, the first couple of movies....it was a nightmare

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RE: Children of the 90s - 25/9/2012 6:48:29 PM   
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My sister collected them, got books on it, the electronic thing that had all the info in it, the first couple of movies....it was a nightmare


I had a Pokedex too !

And the first movie was a must-see solely because buying a ticket got you a free exclusive trading card! Why don't more movies do that?

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RE: Children of the 90s - 25/9/2012 6:48:56 PM   
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