'90s pop culture: How much do you know?

The days of grunge music and Laura Palmer may be over, but the '90s will impact us forever. How much do you remember?

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Which of these TV shows didn't air during the 1990s?

"Lost" debuted in 2004, and quickly became a cult classic, running for six seasons. The show's last season was 2010. 

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Which girl/women's clothing catalog debuted in the '90s and became known for promoting the iconic style of the decade?

Delia's was founded in 1993 as a buy-by-mail clothing company, and the catalog was eventually sent to about 40 percent of all young women in the 1990s. 

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The picture below shows a popular hairstyle from the '90s for guys. What was it called?

The hi-top fade was popularized by the African-American community, but it became such a popular 'do that it crossed over to other groups. The hi-top refers to the hair height, and the fade references the stylized shading of hair from bottom to top. 

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In July 1996, Dolly the sheep became the 'most famous sheep in the world' for what reason?

Dolly was the first mammal born from a cloned somatic cell using nuclear transfer. The work was done at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. 

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Which '90s fashion trend is the opposite of the prevailing style today?

All the trends of the '80s and '90s seem to have come back around, save for huge pants — worn by men and women for most of the decade. Leggings, skinny jeans and jeggings don't seem to be making way (yet) for the comfort-oriented roomy pants fashion that was borne from skater and street cultures.

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Which '90s song was called the '#1 Greatest One-Hit Wonder of all Time' by VH1?

"Macarena" by Los Del Rio was recorded in 1992, but didn't top charts until 1995, and then went on to stay there in 1996 and 1997. Its popularity as a cult classic endures today and it's number 7 on the Billboard All Time Top 100 songs. 

Question 7 of 13

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Which of these magazines was not published in the 1990s?

Real Simple didn't debut until March 2000. The other three magazines were some of the most popular of the decade, but only Wallpaper survives as a print publication. 

Question 8 of 13

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Which of the following female-led '90s bands was part of the Riot Grrrl movement in music?

L7, along with Bikini Kill and Sleater-Kinney (of which Portlandia's Carrie Brownstein was a member), were some of the more popular bands that were part of the Riot Grrrl movement, which explored issues of domestic abuse, female empowerment, race, and the social influence of the patriarchy through a feminist lens. 

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President Bill Clinton famously played the saxophone on what late-night talk-show host's program?

Then-presidential candidate Bill Clinton was on Arsenio Hall's show in June 1992, and he played Elvis' "Heartbreak Hotel" on the sax. It was seen as a defining moment in his presidential campaign. 

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The East Coast vs. West Coast hip-hop rivalry endured through the '90s. Which of these '90s hip-hop acts was West Coast-based?

2Pac — along with Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre and Ice-T — represented the West Coast during that era's famous hip-hop rivalry. 

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Who was Laura Palmer?

Laura Palmer was the unfortunate murder victim on the David Lynch-created series "Twin Peaks," which aired from 1990-1991 and has since become a cult classic. 

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SUVs rose to popularity during the 1990s. Which SUV is no longer manufactured today?

General Motors' gas-guzzling Hummer was the focus of much of the anti-SUV ire that accompanied the growth of this class of cars during the 1990s. For a number of reasons, its production was discontinued in 2010, though other large SUVs are still produced. 

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Which line from 1998's 'The Big Lebowski' was said by Jeff Bridges' character, The Dude?

The Dude says, "Yeah, well, you know, that's just like, your opinion, man" in response to character Jesus Quintana's bowling challenge/threat.