- It’s big, isn’t it?
-Huge, yeah. I mean, I wouldn’t want to spend a lot of time in there, entertaining or anything
1996 Olympics USA’s Magnificent Seven, Amanda Borden, Dominique Dawes, Amy Chow, Jaycie Phelps, Dominique Moceanu, Kerri Strug and Shannon Miller.
I was so inspired by this team in ‘96. can’t believe the 2012 Olympics have begun… where is the time going??
I had a regular babysitting job during Blue’s Clues’ run— and I honestly enjoyed figuring out the puzzle and singing the Mail Song with my little ones. After this, though, we all stopped watching forever. Sorry, Joe, you just don’t cut it. Steve or nothin’.
^ Youtube! very good quality here:
The original reason I knew that Kate and Leo were destined to be together— both starred in different Shakespeare films the year before they came together on Titanic. (I know I’m insane, but my warped sense of reasoning keeps me entertained) ;)
Now if only they would realize that they belong together…
I miss this Disney show. Did anybody else ever watch?
Flash Forward (1996)
Matchbox Twenty | Real World (1996)
I wish the real world would just stop hassling me.
So I’m watching the Disney Channel movie, Wish Upon A Star, on YouTube right now and it’s amazing how much Disney channel has gotten so much more censored over the years. This movie came out a little over a decade ago in 1996 and features full on make out scenes, scantily clad outfits, and even the dirty dirty while nowadays it’s rare to even see a peck on the cheek. They certainly didn’t cuss, but I did hear a “What the hell?” Even in Susie Q, her and her boyfriend die from what’s thought to be drunk driving. And these were such good movies. D: It’s not like Disney Channel completely sucks now, but that “realistic” touch they used to put to their movies were great.
I just felt like talking about this. The difference is really amazing to me! Lol.
agreed. I feel like Disney Channel is going backward in time lately— to a prudish and completely repressed era. This isn’t to say that I think we need more sex and foul language on television, quite the opposite, but I would like to see more realistic dialogue and situations on Disney these days. They used to be so good at that. Everything is so dumbed down and ridiculously corny now. There is a lot to be said for kids’ programming that addresses family problems, school problems, reckless driving/reckless behavior in general, and even virginity. it’s educational. it’s real. What kind of education are today’s kids getting from Disney Channel?
Crash Into Me ~Dave Matthews Band
I love this song! Take a listen <3