Today we're going back to this week in 1991 to get shell shocked by some friendly faces, a former childhood star gets arrested and Markey Mark send 'Good Vibrations' our way.

"Cowabunga!" The 'Teenage Mutant Ninha Turtles 2: The Secret of the Ooze' was released this week and grossed over $78 million. The film had many negative reviews due to it being more light-hearted family friendly and not being as dark as the first one. The film was still financially successful and went one to one more sequel.

In news headlines, former childhood star Adam Rich was arrested for breaking into a pharmacy. His most famous role was Nicholas Bradford from the late '70s TV show 'Eight is Enough'.

The lead single off Marky Mark's debut album 'Music for the People' was 'Good Vibrations'. The song was written by MC Spice, a good friend of the Wahlbergs and it peaked at number one on the Billboard Hot 100.