Hopefully you guys remember the amazing Fatboy Slim music video for “Weapon of Choice” that featured Christopher Walken dancing for nearly 4 minutes. Even if you don’t remember that iconic music video, you surely know that Christopher Walken likes to dance. We’ve seen him do it in what seems like a dozen movies….WRONG! He has moved his hips, gyrated, and or tapped his feet in nearly 50 movies! And to prove this, here is an amazing montage shared by the Huffington Post. Enjoy.
Remember when Urkel did “The Urkel?” Classic. Man, living in the 90s was so much better. You could just tell some random guy to “crank it” and all of a sudden you had music that you could instantly make up a dance to that somehow everyone around you would automatically know how to do even though you just made it up on the spot. But sometimes not everyone is happy with your instantly amazing dance and they need to spike the punch and get you drunk as an act of revenge (as is customary at most 90s parties). Sadly, this happened here. It seems William couldn’t take Urkel’s dance moves so he spiked his punch and got him drunk to the point that he fell off the side of a building. Thankfully (maybe) Urkel didn’t die. But this act of punch spiking was just the beginning of a life of crime for young William as years later he would grow up to be a criminal who stole cars with Ludacris in the movie Crash. He …
Bill Nye “The Science Guy”, known for his 90’s educational program also titled Bill Nye The Science Guy, was recently kicked off of Dancing With the Stars due to a torn ligament. While Bill’s stint on the the series was short lived, he will be remembered for his comedic performances that were watched more on YouTube than on the television series itself. Wait, is that Bill Nye or David Byrne?
Duckman was truly before it’s time. And I think I started watching it well before I was old enough to enjoy/understand most of the jokes. But I always remember grandma-ma’s comment…Eat More Cheese.
Perhaps the most hated song by Ben…EVER! With lyrics like “Da Ba Dee, Da Ba Die” it’s no wonder the song was nominated for a Grammy. Wait…what? A Grammy! Seriously?!