5 people, either 3 guys and 2 girls, or 1 girl and 4 guys, all transformed into a different colored uniforms, each armed with their own weapons, and have their own zords/mechas. Originally from Japan as Sentai.
Kyouryuu Sentai Zyuranger-Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
An improper way to wrestle, and backyard wrestling is NOT a path to the professional wrestler.
Don't try backyard wrestling.
A popular trading cards created by Topps, Inc. Started in 1967 as a punch-out cards, and started in 1973 as stickers in 13 series, returned in 1985, 1991, and 2004-present. Has hilarity spoofed-up names of a household, food, school supplies, video games, toys, magazines, books, and everyday objects. It was popular because kids stuck these on their binders, folder, and even inside the locker doors at school. Each series contains 55 cards plus some bonuses and foil sticker cards.
One of the Krofft lineups. Features 2 women in capes and go-go boots. Ran 8 two-part (each in 15 minutes) episodes. Copied everything off Batman (i.e. the gals in the deathtrap in the end of the 1st segment of the episode)
This show's Electra-Great!
A kick ass vertical shoot-em-up video game, with cutesy graphics. Started in 1985, and has over 10 sequels, and spin-offs.
TwinBee pwnz at your local arcade game place!
a popular racing game on GBA, copying Super Mario Kart.
My favorite characters are Goemon and Pastel.
The way idiots and southerners spelt XBox.
There ain't no hyphen in XBox, ya frickin' idiot! It's XBox, not X-Box!