I Love the '90s (American TV series)

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I Love the '90s is a television mini-series produced by VH1 in which various music and TV personalities talk about the 1990s culture and all it had to offer.wikipedia
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I Love the '90s: Part Deux

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On January 17, 2005, a sequel (named I Love the '90s: Part Deux) was aired in the same fashion.
This series is a sequel to I Love the '90s and the title is a reference to the 1993 comedy, Hot Shots! Part Deux.

Michael Ian Black

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His dry, sarcastically irreverent commentary on pop culture artifacts on VH1's I Love the '70s/'80s/'90s/New Millennium series added to his and the shows' popularity.

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I Love the '90s is a television mini-series produced by VH1 in which various music and TV personalities talk about the 1990s culture and all it had to offer.
These ranged from 2003's I Love the '70s, to further variants like I Love the '80s Strikes Back, I Love the '90s, and I Love the '90s: Part Deux.

The Humpty Dance

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The song was featured in the VH1 series I Love the '90s, and also on America's Best Dance Crew, where it was included in a dance routine performed by Super Cr3w.

Wendy Kaufman

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She was featured on the popular show I Love the 90s and has appeared on the American reality show Celebrity Fit Club 1 & 2 and All Access: Where Are They Now: Celebrity Fit Club. From her experience on these shows, Wendy has found a new money-making venture; she is a partner in Wendy Wear, a new venture which will make clothes for plus-sized women.

Beverly Hills, 90210

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A VH1 promo for I Love the 90s featured Hal Sparks and Michael Ian Black sitting in the Peach Pit, with Beverly Hills, 90210's theme music playing.

Point Break

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Point Break was listed in the VH1 series I Love the 90s on the episode "1991".

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers

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Years later, when brought up on VH1's I Love the '90s, Jones and Amy Jo Johnson (as well as other celebrity commentators) made fun of how the original line-up had Jones' role as the Black Ranger and Trang's role as the Yellow Ranger because the actors and characters were of African and Asian descent, respectively.

Rachael Harris

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Harris hosted Smoking Gun TV in 2004, and has made multiple appearances on such VH1 documentaries as I Love the '80s, I Love the '90s, and Best Week Ever.

Spice Girls

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In 2004, they featured in the VH1 series I Love the '90s for the year 1997, which was broadcast in the United States.

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I Love the '90s is a television mini-series produced by VH1 in which various music and TV personalities talk about the 1990s culture and all it had to offer.

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I Love the '90s is a television mini-series produced by VH1 in which various music and TV personalities talk about the 1990s culture and all it had to offer.

Pump Up the Jam

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Dance Songs of 1990: "Pump Up the Jam" by Technotronic, "Everybody, Everybody" by Black Box, and "Vogue" by Madonna

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Dance Songs of 1990: "Pump Up the Jam" by Technotronic, "Everybody, Everybody" by Black Box, and "Vogue" by Madonna

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Dance Songs of 1990: "Pump Up the Jam" by Technotronic, "Everybody, Everybody" by Black Box, and "Vogue" by Madonna

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Dance Songs of 1990: "Pump Up the Jam" by Technotronic, "Everybody, Everybody" by Black Box, and "Vogue" by Madonna