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->''"Lookin' back now, I can see me\\
Oh man, did I look cheesy."''
-->-- '''Music/MarkWills''', "Nineteen Somethin'"

When an old, embarrassing outfit is spoofed InUniverse.

People can get caught up in the fashions of a certain time, and just cringe thinking about it later on. This can be any time, but usually it's about the decades immediately before most present day works. So in TheNineties and [[TurnOfTheMillennium the early 2000s]], TheSeventies and TheEighties were the most popular subjects for this, but now those later decades are slowly becoming this.

Sometimes it's the character acknowledging how dumb he/she looked, but just as often it's their friends laughing at how dumb he/she used to look and that character not denying it, or we see the character back then and get a good laugh out of it.

Often shown during a {{Flashback}}, home video, or EmbarrassingOldPhoto.

This is virtually universally TruthInTelevision for people looking back on their younger days. Remember, people: whatever fashions you think are cool/hip/trendy/stylish today will eventually look ridiculous to future generations and/or yourself some years later.

Compare OldShame, FashionDissonance, DeaderThanDisco, OutdatedOutfit, ImpossiblyTackyClothes.

Contrast IWasQuiteALooker (when a character looked better in the past).


[[folder:Audio Plays]]
* In one of [[Series/DoctorWho the Fifth Doctor]]'s Big Finish audio plays, ''There's No Place Like Home'' (which came as a free gift with ''Magazine/DoctorWhoMagazine''), he actively tries to keep Erimem from seeing the velvet jackets and frilled shirts of his third incarnation, and is mortified when she discovers them.

* Creator/DenisLeary notes that drugs had to be the reason for platform shoes and bellbottoms. Though he also notes that people born after the '70s may not understand just how hard it was to find clothes on sale that ''didn't'' look like that. Clothing like that goes on sale (with big discounts) for a reason.
-->'''Denis:''' There we were in the middle of a sexual revolution, wearing clothing that ''guaranteed'' we wouldn't get laid.
* Creator/JeffDunham starts his ''Controlled Chaos'' show with a photo gallery of himself in some horribly tacky outfits. Even he has no idea what the hell he was thinking with some of them.

[[folder:Comic Books]]
* Nowadays Superheroes tend to do this, although how much of it is the characters or the writers is up to debate. An especially famous case happened to ComicBook/BlackCanary, who, after a stint with a cringe-worthy costume, actually ''set it on fire'' on [[http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3332/3620592838_166b9e21be_b.jpg the cover of an issue]]. In an issue of ''ComicBook/BirdsOfPrey'' she and Oracle go to a mall. Upon seeing a display of dolls featuring her 80s costume and having the clerk explain that they can't even sell the things, she buys up all of them so that no one else can see how bad it looked.
* Silk Spectre II mentions it in ''Comicbook/{{Watchmen}}''.
* [[Comicbook/{{Nightwing}} Dick Grayson]] from ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' does this a lot, with regards to both his scaly green underoo Robin costume and his first, disco-ish Nightwing costume.
* There's a reason ComicBook/{{Luke Cage|HeroForHire}} just wears a T-shirt and jeans these days. Take this exchange from ''ComicBook/CableAndDeadpool'':
-->'''Deadpool:''' Did I mention I was a huge fan of the yellow silk shirt and chains?\\
'''Luke:''' Me too. Drawback: couldn't even shout-out all the bloodstains.
* In an issue of the '90s ''ComicBook/WonderMan'' series, Wondy makes a list of his top ten villains. Number 2 was "everyone who's designed one of my previous costumes."
* Discussed in ''Savage Wolverine'' #12: ComicBook/KittyPryde is teaching a class on costume design at the Jean Grey institute, and shows off her old costumes, including the {{Impossibly Tacky|Clothes}} Sprite costume ([[RummageSaleReject gold lame, leg warmers, and roller skates!]]). One student, [[{{Jerkass}} Quentin Quire]], razzes her for it, and she simply notes "It was a more innocent time." Mind you, Quentin's pink fauxhawk isn't exactly [[HypocriticalHumor timeless...]]
* ComicBook/IronMan tries really hard to forget the time he gave his helmet a nose, and sometimes also when he had built-in rollerskates in his armor.
* In IDW's authorized comic book ''[[Series/DoctorWho The Forgotten]]'', the Tenth Doctor and Martha discover a museum exhibit displaying several of the Doctor's past looks. Martha's reaction to Six's jacket: "Were you trying out for [[Theatre/JosephAndTheAmazingTechnicolorDreamcoat Joseph]]?"
* In the 2017 ''ComicBook/{{Runaways}}'' series, Nico and Karolina tease each other about their former fashion sense, with Karolina asking if Nico could possibly have been a sadder goth kid and Nico asking if Karolina could possibly have been a crunchier hippie.

[[folder:Comic Strips]]
* ''ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes'': While we never see what is in the picture Calvin is looking at, apparently in college his dad wore a "Party Naked" T-shirt and his mom looked like a "bimbo." ([[WordOfGod Bill Watterson]] himself claims that [[ThereOughtToBeALaw college yearbooks should have statutes of limitations.]])
* ''ComicStrip/{{Zits}}'' had a strip where Jeremy asks his dad what he was like at 15. Apparently, he had a large poofy afro, bell-bottom pants, ridiculously tacky jacket and shirt, and had braces and granny glasses. Oh, and he played the clarinet. The image scares Jeremy enough it gets rid of his hiccup.

[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* ''Film/DeadPoetsSociety'': Some of Professor Keating's students show him an old yearbook from when he was still a student, asking him what the "Dead Poets Society" was. Keating is suitably horrified at his yearbook photo.
-->'''Keating:''' Thank you for this trip down amnesia lane. ''[hands them back the yearbook]'' Please burn this.

* In ''Literature/TheBerenstainBears and the Dress Code'', most of the students are trying stranger and stranger clothing styles, including one wearing a tiny miniskirt that prompts Miss Glitch to send her home to change. This prompts vice-principal Mervyn "Bullhorn" Grizzmeyer to try to institute a school dress code, which the students promptly rebel against through LoopholeAbuse, up until Mr. Grizzmeyer sets the rules as "If I don't like your outfit, you go home and change". The matter is ultimately settled by a public debate with Mr. Grizzmeyer, Miss Glitch and Papa Bear on one side and the cubs on the other, which the cubs (Brother in particular) win without saying a single word: they simply show three slides they got from Grizzly Gran (Papa's mother), Mrs. Grizzmeyer (Mr. Grizzmeyer's wife) and Miss Glitch's mother of the adult trio in various bizarre outfits, including Papa in bellbottoms and Mr. Grizzmeyer in a zoot suit and a wide-brimmed hat. The dress code is promptly discontinued, and having made their point, the students largely abandon their stranger outfits for more normal ones.
* Briefly mentioned in ''Literature/AMurderIsAnnounced'' -- Miss Blacklock's niece Julia mentions being amused by pictures of Miss Blacklock as a young woman in the fashions of TheRoaringTwenties. Julia's brother remarks that in [[TheEighties thirty years' time]], it'll be Julia's turn to cringe at [[TheFifties what she's wearing now]].
* ''Series/DoctorWho'':
** In the "Power of the Daleks" novelisation, the Second Doctor (on first regenerating) starts going through his jewellery box and finds a large earring, telling Ben and Polly that he used to wear it when he was younger. "Very fashionable once."
** In the book ''[[Literature/DoctorWho11Doctors11Stories The Roots of Evil]]'', the Fourth Doctor encounters a statue of his Eleventh self and despairs that he will someday think wearing a bow tie is a good idea, insisting that he hates them and that they are not cool.

[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* ''Series/{{Friends}}'' did this any time (mainly with Chandler and Ross) there was a flashback to when they were teens or in college:
** Ross spent much of his time in college looking like Lionel Richie.
** Chandler sported Music/AFlockOfSeagulls hair and once entered a Music/VanillaIce look-alike competition and ''won'' (Ross entered too, but he only came in fourth).
** And in one of the Thanksgiving flashback episodes, Ross and Chandler turn up dressed like [[Series/MiamiVice Sonny Crockett]], complete with nonsensical posing and rolling up their sleeves. They also acknowledge their previous looks as embarrassing, [[HypocriticalHumor failing to realize that they still look ridiculous.]]
* Subverted in ''Series/BetterOffTed''. A flashback to Phil's first day shows Phil with long hair and a tie-dye shirt and Lem with an afro and purple glasses. Then Lem says, "It's too bad your first day had to be during Sixties Week."
* ''Series/{{Bones}}'' has one episode in which Cam is revealed to be an actress on an old B movie, that she acted on to pay for med school while she was in New York. On the movie, she uses an afro and tainted top.
* In 2010, when Creator/SigourneyWeaver hosted ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' for the first time in nearly 24 years, she showed a still of herself when she hosted in 1986 (on the first episode featuring a new cast after the season 11 fiasco that almost got the show canned for good), [[http://barbarism.net/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/sigouneyweaver_snl.jpg wearing this outfit]]. Things have changed a lot since then, she acknowledged; she "wears a bra now."
* Emily Prentiss in ''Series/CriminalMinds'' is [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xZyzGxU0brw revealed to suffer badly from this]] in one of the [[Funny/CriminalMinds more hilarious]] moments of the series.
-->'''Garcia:''' You're seriously trying to tell me you don't remember rocking that look?\\
'''Reid:''' Perhaps your lack of recognition stems from a dissociative fugue suffered in adolescence. Say, at a Music/SiouxsieAndTheBanshees concert?
* Cordelia from ''Series/{{Angel}}'', while studying her own photo album to get over her amnesia:
-->'''Cordelia:''' Hmmm. Cute... [flip] cute... [flip] hot... [flip to JustForFun/{{egregious}} afro haircut] Yikes!!
** Angel himself sported a rather horrifying ''mullet'' (yes, ''mullet'') in the seventies. He's still a residual fanboy of Barry Manilow.
* In ''Series/PowerRangersDinoThunder'', Kira sees a picture of [[CoolTeacher Tommy]] in his ''Series/{{Mighty Morphin|PowerRangers}}'' days and makes fun of his long hair. Tommy counters that in the '90s [[LampshadeHanging everyone thought it was cool]].
* In ''Series/TheFreshPrinceOfBelAir'' the whole family sees Phil and Vivian on an episode of ''Series/SoulTrain'' sporting Afros and Bell bottoms and other wacky 70s styles.
* ''Series/TopGear'''s tribute to the now-defunct Saab includes a clip from the old format of the show, featuring a much younger Jeremy Clarkson, complete with atrocious '80s hair and clothing.
-->'''Clarkson:''' We would like to apologize for the music... and the shirt, and the jacket and the hair...
* In ''Series/TheNanny'' episode "The Kibbutz",the '70s flashback scenes show Fran Fine wearing ''10''-esque cornrows, Maxwell Sheffield wearing a leisure suit and PornStache, and C.C. Babcock with long, black Music/YokoOno-esque hair.
* In the first episode of ''Series/TheChrisRockShow'', Creator/ChrisRock claims he's actually the second Chris Rock, much like how [[TheOtherDarrin there were two Lionels on]] ''Series/TheJeffersons''. He shows a picture of "the original Chris", which is a picture of himself with [[EightiesHair a jheri curl hairdo]].
* Tim and Jill on ''Series/HomeImprovement'' dig up some old photos out of the basement. Their kids are shocked to learn that that one picture of a very attractive young woman is actually of [[IWasQuiteALooker their mother]], and the attractive young man she's with is... some guy who isn't Tim. The picture they eventually dig up of Tim has him wearing a dorky '70s mustache.
* ''Series/DoctorWho'': The Doctor has made all sorts of short-sighted fashion decisions over the years, making this a frequent theme whenever they recall past behavior or two incarnations meet:
** When the Seventh Doctor debuts in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS24E1TimeAndTheRani Time and the Rani]]", having finally shed the Sixth Doctor's... interesting... clothing, he remarks "I'm glad to see I've returned to a sense of ''haute couture''."
** In the 1993 "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS4E3ThePowerOfTheDaleks The Power of the Daleks]]" audio reconstruction, with narration provided by the Fourth Doctor, he audibly cringes when recalling his decision to go around wearing the First Doctor's clothes, even though they no longer fit him:
--->'''The Doctor:''' I looked like a clown. I will never understand why I thought this ensemble was acceptable garb for a Time Lord.
** In some of the OfficialFanSubmittedContent about the Ninth Doctor on Clive's CharacterBlog, the Ninth Doctor is reported to have been spotted at the dump throwing away frilly shirts, long scarves and a multicoloured coat in the name of "[[SoLastSeason a clear-out]]".
** In the charity special "[[Recap/DoctorWho2007CiNSTimeCrash Time Crash]]", the Tenth Doctor is delighted with Five's cricket gear, but has a harder time complimenting the stick of celery. "But fair play to you; not a lot of men can carry off a decorative vegetable."
** In "[[Recap/DoctorWho50thASTheDayOfTheDoctor The Day of the Doctor]]", the Eleventh Doctor snipes at the Tenth Doctor's "sand shoes" and even remarks negatively on his taste in TARDIS décor, saying it was his "grunge phase" and telling the War Doctor that he'll grow out of it.
** In "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS34E1DeepBreath Deep Breath]]", the Twelfth Doctor announces that he needs a new outfit with a really long scarf, then quickly changes his mind about the scarf because it'd look stupid -- although not because the scarf itself looks stupid, but because the look is too young for him to pull off (the Fourth Doctor was about 750, and the Twelfth is over 2000).
** In "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS34E5TimeHeist Time Heist]]", the Twelfth Doctor allows a psychic alien to feast on his memories, telling it, "Big scarf... bow tie... embarrassing."
* In ''Series/TorchwoodMiracleDay'', Jack, when approached about a picture of him with a bushy PornStache, simply responds "The Seventies". His clothing, however, averts this trope as [[AwesomeAnachronisticApparel he still wears his World War II greatcoat.]]
* ''Series/OnlyFoolsAndHorses'': Most people tend to look back on what they wore during the 80's with embarrassment. Mickey Pierce on the other hand, averts this by ''never'' changing his look at all... leaving his wardrobe stuck TwoDecadesBehind by the end of the series.
* In ''Series/{{Lost}}'', during a round of "I Never" Kate gets Sawyer to admit that he once wore pink. Sawyer just replies with "It was the Eighties!"
* ''Series/{{Community}}'': In an election for school president, Jeff runs against Annie for the sole purpose of showing her what a hollow sham politics is -- on the last debate she holds him up to ridicule by showing his audition tape for MTV's ''Series/TheRealWorld'' where he dresses up, sings, and dances like GeorgeMichael.
-->'''Jeff:''' ''[defensively]'' I was, like, ''nineteen!''\\
'''Annie:''' We've ''all'' been nineteen, Jeff; we didn't do ''this!''
* In ''Series/HowIMetYourMother''
** Lily says of her homecoming picture "the bangs were a mistake" -- and then when we flash back to her prom, we see she wasn't kidding. Ted also had incredibly curly hair back in college.
** Barney in his past, far from being the SharpDressedMan he is in the present, was a long-haired hippie. He's mocked considerably for it.
** Robin takes the cake with this one -- as it's revealed that she was a TeenIdol in her youth. She sported poofed up blonde hair, a bedazzled denim jacket and other stereotypical '80s fashions. What makes this double is that this was ''the 90s'', and she claims the 80s got to Canada a little later than everywhere else.
** Another episode has Marshall reading a letter he wrote to himself when he was a teenager, and mentions he wore farmer-style suspender overalls because he thought it was cool. Lily states that had he still worn that in college, he would not have gotten laid as fast as he did.
* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' Buffy says when seeing her mother's yearbook photo:
-->'''Buffy:''' Mom, I've accepted that you've had sex. I'm not willing to accept that you had [[Series/CharliesAngels Farrah]] [[SeventiesHair hair]].
* ''Series/RedDwarf'':
** In "Timeslides", the crew go back in time and meet a young Lister ([[TimeshiftedActor played by Craig Charles's younger brother Emile]]) who's trying to become a singer. The Cat finds his outfit hilarious.
--->'''Lister''': It's what everyone was wearing. It was called sham-glam.
--->'''Cat''': Look at that collar! You could go hang-gliding!
** In "Pete", the time wand is accidentally used to regress first Cat and Kochanski's hair and then their clothing to an earlier time in their lives. Holly thinks they look like the Turkish entry in the Eurovision Song Contest.
* BrooklynNineNine has a field day with this one whenever it shows the incredibly stoic Cpt. Holt in the 80's, it's almost always an excuse to put Andre Braugher into the most ridiculous costumes imaginable.

* ''Guitar World'' magazine had a monthly feature where guitarists would answer reader-submitted questions. Alex Lifeson of Music/{{Rush}} was questioned on the band's stage clothing in their early years, and he responded, [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome "We're hardly the only band to regret what we wore in]] TheSeventies."

[[folder:Print Media]]
* In a ''Magazine/DoctorWhoMagazine'' interview about costume design, Creator/TomBaker summarized an imaginary scene of his Doctor shaving, getting dressed, pulling one of the Third Doctor's frilly shirts off the rack, looking at it for a second, and then tossing it to the floor in total disgust. Coincidentally, this is quite similar to a scene in the Target novelization of the Fourth Doctor's regeneration story, "Robot", where the Doctor has just woken up out of a post-regeneration coma to find UNIT has prepared a change of clothes for him ("a velvet jacket, checked trousers, and a frilly shirt") which he refuses to wear, commenting in his internal monologue that they are far too fancy -- "What sort of a chap would go around dressed up like that?".

[[folder:Puppet Shows]]
* Parodied in ''Film/TheMuppets'': While they're tidying up the studio, Fozzie finds an EmbarrassingOldPhoto of him with EightiesHair ... or so he says. In fact, he looks exactly the same as he does now.

* When looking through a photo album during ''Theatre/InTheHeights''.
-->"You can tell it was the 80s due to [[EightiesHair the volume of their hair]]."

[[folder:Video Games]]
* In ''VideoGame/SpiderManWebOfShadows'', Spidey encounters Luke Cage, who has the temerity to joke about his full-body-spandex costume. Spidey, of course, retorts with a full critique of Cage's original costume... ya know, the one with the tiara. Cage's defense is, of course, "It was the '70s! What's your excuse?" Spidey's excuse, given to Ezekiel in the comics:
-->'''Spider-Man:''' I was fifteen, gimme a break.

[[folder:Web Comics]]
* There's an ongoing story in ''Webcomic/IrregularWebcomic'', concerning a time-traveling younger version of the Mythbusters-crew... from the 80's. Complete with ridiculous big hair.
* Flashbacks in the modern arc of ''Webcomic/ArthurKingOfTimeAndSpace'' occasionally show Merlin in his hippy days.
* A piece of [[http://www.commanderkitty.com/2013/01/20/space-memories/ filler art]] for ''Webcomic/CommanderKitty'' has the [[SimilarSquad Velvet Knight crew]] commenting on how terribly they used to dress after finding an old magazine with them on the cover.
* The ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' fancomic "[[http://danbooru.donmai.us/pools/1772Old Maid Alliance's Dark History Presentation]] has Kanako dig up some dirt on Sanae's past. [[http://i.imgur.com/QzFKd0t.jpg Such as this image.]]
-->'''Kanako:''' This looks like the doing of someone who doesn't understand what VisualKei is, so worked hard and looked it up on Google.
* A ''Webcomic/NothingNiceToSay'' strip has a group of teenagers looking in an old yearbook belonging to one of their fathers, making fun of his striking a Disco pose, in full DiscoDan regalia, sometime in the 70's. The final panel then shows them [[NotSoDifferent being modern day hipsters, with all the ridiculous haircuts, accessories and clothes]] that entails.

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'':
** Death dressed horribly in TheSeventies, as seen in the picture.
** Another episode has a flashback about the gang (minus Joe who hadnt moved to Quahog yet) hanging out at the Drunken Clam in the '70s, '80s and finally in 1999. They all wear stereotypical clothing in the '70s and '80s, such as Cleveland having a huge afro and bellbottom pants in the '70s, Quagmire wearing a MiamiVice outfit in the '80s, etc. Also, Cleveland's catchphrase changes in each scene.
--->'''Cleveland:''' Oh that's cool/that's fly/you're living la vida loca!
* Many people in flashbacks in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', but particularly Dr. Hibbert (who had an afro when Bart was born, beaded cornrows when Lisa was born, and a Mr. T-style mohawk when Maggie was born).
* In the ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' episode "Call of the Cutie," Cheerilee shows a class of young ponies a picture of herself when she got her cutie mark, and her 80s clothes and hair gets a laugh.
-->'''Cheerilee:''' Yes, I know, but honestly, that's how ''every''pony was wearing their mane back then.
** Doubly hilarious, because some prior My Little Ponies actually looked like that. Bonus points: Cheerilee is one of the few characters directly ''named'' after an existing pony. The "Neigh Anything" story in [[ComicBook/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicIDW the comic books]] shows she did indeed wear her mane like that, along with a group of other like-minded ponies.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents'':
** The Mayor is blackmailed by Vicky with pictures of him from the '70s. Even though he still succumbs to the blackmail, he makes a strong claim that it was fashionable back then.
** "The Secret Origin Of Denzel Crocker" has Timmy travel back to the 80s to figure out why Mr Crocker is so unhappy in the future. He looks for a college-age Crocker in 1984, and remarks that the whole decade is a fashion disaster. He has Cosmo and Wanda poof him up a ''Series/MiamiVice''-outfit with gaudy sunglasses so he'll blend in.
* Done in an episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Birdz}}'', with Mr and mrs Storkowitz (Mr. Storkowitz is far more embarrassed).
* ''WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko'':
** One episode involves Odd publishing in the school newpaper an old picture of Yumi dressed in a ridiculous pink fairy costume for a party (in her defense, she was forced to dress like that by her parents). Yumi is not amused.
** In another episode, Odd and Yumi switch bodies following a materialization bug. While at Yumi's house, Odd finds colorful provocative clothes and decides to dress in it, much to Yumi's embarrassment.
* In the Disney ''WesternAnimation/{{Hercules}}'' series finale, Hercules gets a hold of Meg's yearbook which we don't get to see...
-->'''Hercules:''' Look at your hair!\\
'''Meg:''' That was the style of the time!
* Parodied in ''WesternAnimation/ClerksTheAnimatedSeries'' where Dante and Randall get locked in a freezer, and remember the first time they met each other at the Quick Stop, with Randall commenting on how he still can't believe how they looked back in the day. The flashback clearly takes place in TheEighties so you'd expect them to be wearing some ridiculous 80's clothes, but they're dressed exactly the same as they are in the present day.
* The second "DC Comics Special" of ''WesternAnimation/RobotChicken'' has The Scarecrow stumble across footage of an old talent show at Smallville High that Lex Luthor participated in as a teenager...as a glam rock act named "Sex Luthor", complete with ridiculous 80s hair.
* ''WesternAnimation/BojackHorseman'' usually has everyone dressing in over-the-top 90s styles in the scenes set in the 90s, but really took this to extremes with a whole episode set in 2007. From Todd's emo hair, Diane's stacked bob, PB's Ed Hardy tattoo shirts, Princess Carolyn's acid-washed denim skirts and Emily's Uggs, every detail is painful.
* One episode of AaahhRealMonsters has Simon the Monster Hunter piloting [[HumongousMecha a giant robot]] until a police woman pulls him over and asks for his license. The photo in the license presented to her has him in an afro, a leisure suit and gold rimmed glasses with jewels encrusted in them. The police woman then laughs uncontrollably for a bit.

[[folder:Real Life]]
* Creator/DaveBarry has noted that he distinctly remembers looking normal in high school, and was horrified to see that his yearbook photo shows [[http://www.miamiherald.com/living/liv-columns-blogs/dave-barry/article1936671.html a very stereotypical nerd]].
* This [[http://media.tumblr.com/tumblr_l33pqkRrSg1qc6xeao1_400.jpg photo]] of a {{shirtless|Scene}}, [[CarpetOfVirility fuzzy-chested]], {{pornstach|e}}ioed, [[SeventiesHair poofy-haired]] Creator/ColinBaker from TheSeventies has become [[MemeticMutation infamous]] among UsefulNotes/{{Whovians}}, who dubbed it "[[FanNickname Seventies Porn Colin]]" (though Colin Baker wasn't involved in literal UsefulNotes/{{pornography}}).
* The website [[http://awkwardfamilyphotos.com/ Awkward Family Photos]] gets a lot of mileage from the outfits and hairdos of prior decades, especially TheSeventies and TheEighties. Likewise with the Website/{{Reddit}} community [[https://www.reddit.com/r/blunderyears/ Blunder Years]].