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Each week, PEOPLE Magazine takes you back to the '90s! Join PEOPLE’s Deputy West Coast Editor Jason Sheeler and Style and Beauty Director Andrea Lavinthal as we deliver exclusive celebrity interviews, deep dives into cultural touchstones, and long overdue revisits to overlooked, overhyped, or underrated pop culture gold from the best decade ever.
 
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Welcome to our bonus episode. It's an awards show special! You know the Oscars, Emmys, and Grammys. Well, allow us to present The Besties — a highly subjective (and voted on by two people) celebration of the '90s. Jason and Andrea wrap up season one of PEOPLE in the '90s by declaring the decade's best fragrance and sex scene, celeb workout video an…
 
Back Issue Season 2 serves even more joy and pop culture nostalgia than before. We’re honor Whitney THEE Houston, give the folks who *actually* invented the internet their flowers, and fight over whose hometown dreamt up the high five. All along the way, we continue to take the advice of our patron saint Tyra “Move Ya Body” Banks and LEARN SOMETHIN…
 
We got our man. Fabio seemingly fell to Earth in the ’90s fully formed, Italian beefcake on a clam shell: a 6-foot-3, 250 lb. model turned romance novel cover star (over 1,300 of them) turned I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter front man. He both defined the sexy-silly optimism of the decade and, in some ways, he never really left it. His hair forever …
 
The Rachel. The Gap. Alicia Silverstone’s Aerosmith videos and Rob Thomas' hook on "Smooth." Sometimes, there was too much of a good thing in the '90s. On the cover of PEOPLE’s December 25, 1995 issue (our 25 Most Intriguing People of the Year issue): Hootie and The Blowfish. (Along with Jennifer Aniston and... Babe the Pig.) Darius had the biggest…
 
Real World, Daria, Choose or Lose, House of Style and The Week in Rock. (There were some videos too.) In the '90s, MTV was our media of choice — and, if you think about it, was Instagram before Instagram. The network set the pop agenda, told us who was cool and what to wear, introduced us to reality television (and Jenny McCarthy — shoutout to Sing…
 
Jerry Springer and Ricki Lake. Sally Jessy, Maury, and a few Steves. The other Mark Wahlberg. There was a lot of talk on daytime TV in the ’90s. And even more gasp-inducing, can't-look-away insanity: “You are the father!” reveals, surprise drop-ins from exes, strippers, club kids, and daughters begging moms to “stop dressing like me!” Then, exactly…
 
Breathless romance and shocking slaps. Demonic possessions and really big hair. An exhausting use of the word “bitch.” In the ‘90s, soap operas were off-the-chain crazy. And delicious. On the cover of PEOPLE’s February 21st, 1994 issue: the stars of Melrose Place. Lisa Rinna —who starred on both Days of Our Lives and Melrose — takes us back to the …
 
Seinfeld, Sinbad, Ellen, The Jamie Foxx Show. In the '90s, it felt like every standup comedian had a self-titled sitcom. On the cover of PEOPLE's March 29, 1993 issue: Roseanne Barr and Tom Arnold — “The Terrible Two of Comedy.” Comedian, actor and talk show host Sherri Shepherd had a front row seat for the standup-sitcom boom — having appeared on …
 
The late '90s were all about teens. As millennials learned to drive, they began shaping pop culture. We even created a magazine for them. On the cover of TEEN PEOPLE's June/July 1999 issue: Julia Stiles, Brandy, and 19 other It Boys and It Girls — all under 21. Julia talks to us about 10 Things I Hate About You, Heath Ledger, and whether or not she…
 
Once upon a time, celebrities dressed themselves. And, sometimes, we made fun of them for it. Actress and comedian Margaret Cho knows a lot about those '90s worst-dressed lists, because Joan Rivers was her mentor. And she was on Fashion Police. And she appeared in PEOPLE's 1995 Best and Worst Dressed Issue. We go back with Margaret as she honors Jo…
 
From Total Recall to Titanic to all those July 4th Will Smith movies, we’re talking 90s summer blockbusters. (The ones without sequels.) Then we talk to Jamie Lee Curtis about her PEOPLE cover story from August 22, 1994. She explains why she'll never write a memoir, but does kindly take us behind the scenes of her own major '90s hit True Lies and e…
 
On the cover of PEOPLE's March 12, 1990 issue: "Most Wanted Woman" Paula Abdul. The pop icon didn't bring MC Skat Kat to our show but she did bring some hot '90s dish. Her relationships with Arsenio Hall and John Stamos. The very strange place where "Straight Up" was recorded. The plane crash she says sidelined her for seven years. (The one people …
 
On the cover of PEOPLE's Sept. 9, 1991 issue: The cast of Beverly Hills, 90210, "TV's Hottest Teens." We flip through that issue with Tori Spelling and Jennie Garth — and then go deeper into the zipcode. From the seminal 1993 episode "Donna Martin graduates," to who sends the dirty memes on the cast's group text chain, to who's still a "Brenda" IRL…
 
Cindy Crawford and Richard Gere were rightly declared the Sexiest Couple Alive in PEOPLE's Oct. 18, 1993 issue. But don't forget Lisa Bonet and Lenny Kravitz. Or Brad Pitt and Gwyneth Paltrow (Or Brad and Jen!). We break down the hottest duos of the decade and then talk to model and actress Elizabeth Hurley about her life in the ‘90s: Hugh Grant, T…
 
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