About I Love The 90s Part Deux

You want the truth. You can't handle the truth! But here it is anyway: VH1 is going back to the grungiest decade ever for I Love The 90's: Part Deux!
VH1 is bringing its highly successful and hilarious I Love The 90s approach back for I Love The 90s: Part Deux!!! From caller I.D. to Moviefone, from the Patch to The Club, and from Grumpy Old Men to grumpy young chicks like Alanis and Fiona we're gonna take on all The Usual Suspects and more!

I Love The 90s: Part Deux will give viewers a `90s style dose of the music, movies, TV shows, products, fashions, fads, trends, scandals and major events that defined pop culture each year of the decade. From Drew Carey to American Gladiators, Pump Sneakers to the Wonderbra, from Starbucks to Zima ... we will revisit it all from the ludicrous to the inspiring and everything in between.

A new batch of comics, rock stars, actors, and other celebs from the present and, the not too distant past, will reflect on the '90s experience. They will again address all the major questions of the decade: Did Clinton really inhale? Who let the Spice Girls into the country? What kid wouldn't want to start smoking to be cool as Joe Camel? Was a Planet Hollywood burger really worth $25 because you can eat it sitting next to Forrest Gump's suit? And most important of all: Who decided Euro Disney was a good idea?

Viewers will get a chance to pump up the jam with every aspect of '90s pop culture in each year of the most slammin' decade on record. We're not just talking music, TV and movies either. We mean everything: toys, scandals, fashion, cars and anything else that helped make the `90s 2 legit 2 quit.

Among the highlights:

  • High school kids find out that beepers aren't just for hookers and drug dealers anymore.
  • Meatloaf will do anything for love...But he won't do that.
  • Olestra keeps chips fat free and keeps folks running to the bathroom.
  • The Jerky Boys turn the age-old art of prank phone calls into a lucrative career.
  • A group of Benedictine Monks sell 5 million records in the U.S., but never get invited on TRL to meet Carson Daly.
  • Robert Downey Jr. loves heroin, but hates that stupid rehab!
  • Finally, a much-needed market of energy drinks satisfies the intense energy requirements of millions of Americans who sit in front the computer Instant Messaging all day long.
  • Tiger Woods makes other golfers look really, really bad.
  • Russians spend the few spare rubles they have on super sized extra value meals at new McDonald's in Moscow.

    Got milk? Good! Then kick back with a nice tall glass, and a box of fat-free Snackwells and join VH1 for I Love The 90s: Part Deux, the series that, like the Energizer bunny, keeps going and going and.