The '90s, am I right? Hollywood's cashed in pretty hard on our nostalgia for this decade. "Animaniacs" is back, there's a new "Jurassic Park" trilogy and hey, did you hear we're getting a long-awaited "Space Jam" sequel?
(We think that's phat. Like, it's so phat, you guys. Who doesn't love "Space Jam?")
Less attention is now paid to another '90s pop culture artifact: POGs.
Remember those things? Remember the time Milhouse van Houten literally traded Bart Simpson's soul away for a set of them? Alas, much like "The Simpsons," POGs have somewhat dropped off the radar since their '90s heyday.
A lot of us older than the age of 30 or so probably could use a quick refresher. If the word "POGs" rings a bell, but you've sort of forgotten what they were, where they came from and why schools started banning the playthings, then this article is for you.