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I Love the '90s: Part Deux 

I Love The 90's is back with even more insight and looks back to the decade that gave us Grunge, The O.J. Trial, and Nelson! It's I Love The 90's: Part Deux!
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Emma Bunton ...  Self 10 episodes, 2005
Gabrielle Carteris ...  Andrea Zuckerman / ... 10 episodes, 2005
Russ Leatherman Russ Leatherman ...  Self 10 episodes, 2005
Jason Mewes ...  Jay / ... 10 episodes, 2005
A. Jay Popoff A. Jay Popoff ...  Self 10 episodes, 2005
Jeremy Popoff Jeremy Popoff ...  Self 10 episodes, 2005
Kevin Smith ...  Self / ... 10 episodes, 2005
Ben Stein ...  Self 10 episodes, 2005
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I Love The 90's is back with even more insight and looks back to the decade that gave us Grunge, The O.J. Trial, and Nelson! It's I Love The 90's: Part Deux!

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Jo Koy: "Like screw the Indians. Nah-aaah-aaah. Whatever. Who cares. Indian Shmindian. That's what I say, huh, Ted?" "YEE HEE HEE HEEYOO! THAT'S RIGHT, JAMES! HOOTIN TOOTIN TOOTIN BOOTIN! NAH, NAH, NAH-NAH-NAH-NAH!"
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although there is the question of how one can be nostalgic about a little while ago, it's all in good VH1 fun
11 February 2006 | by Quinoa1984See all my reviews

I didn't catch the first I Love the 90's series (maybe I did and it just didn't catch my attention the first time around), but I've seen almost all of I Love the 90's part Deux (a reference to the Hot Shots sequel of course). It's still got the same humor, terrific and surprising guests, and clips that take me back aways...seven or eight years ago. It's a little staggering in a way to see how and why they would do an I Love the 90's when it's not even a decade ago that it happened and ended. Basically, they take apart the pop culture, the news of the day, the little items, the products and ads, music videos (of course), and numerous great (or bad) movie clips. It doesn't hold up on repeat viewings unless there's nothing else to do, but for a first go around I didn't look away too much.


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