Who ya gonna call?
Who ya gonna call?
A trip down memory lane in Tatooine and beyond.
As a college freshman, she didn't care if she had to knock down Matthew Broderick to get at her SNL crush.
And this was the Spin Doctors of their second album. Believe it or not, this story's touching.
And he didn't even know that the 30 Rock cast member did it.
In this "Pop Culture Memory Lane," the comedian recalls thinking they were going to be best friends ... until nature called.
In the latest "Pop Culture Memory Lane," comedian Connor Ratliff describes the time he showed the “funniest movie of all time” at his 13th-birthday party.
In this edition of "Pop Culture Memory Lane," the actor recalls finagling his way onto the Late Night stage in 1983.
In the latest "Pop Culture Memory Lane" video, hopes are dashed at the Phantom Menace premiere.
In the latest "Pop Culture Memory Lane," watch author B.C. Edwards recount how he learned that movies were not real, and he would never own a light saber.
In this "Pop Culture Memory Lane" video, the comedy singing duo recall how their namesake gave them their "Maneater" moment.
In this "Pop Culture Memory Lane" video, the comedian tells how bursting into tears when her Night Court–star dad took her on Merv Griffin's show affected the Dune author.
In this edition of "Pop Culture Memory Lane," Will Hines tells of how his surprise multicolored battle against Ford lived up to the comic's every Star Wars fantasy.
At an eighties SNL party, the Parks & Rec star was determined to meet his idol. Then things went wrong.
The Harold and Kumar star learned an important lesson about celebrity honesty.
In our second "Pop Culture Memory Lane" installment, the NTSF star tells of his very uncomfortable Comic-Con encounter with Iron Man.
In this new co-production with the Upright Citizens Brigade, Wilson (and her animated self) remembers her near-kidnapping of a Rent understudy.