Bee girl Where you know her from: The music video for Blind Melon’s 1993 video “No Rain” and the cover of their self-titled 1992 album. Where is she now?: She owns a costume shop in Minnesota and maintains the same active dream life she had as a child. (Just kidding! In real life, Heather DeLoach is all grown up, quirkily pretty, and still acting.)
Jeremy Where you know him from: Pearl Jam’s unsettling 1991 music video for the song “Jeremy,” about a boy who shoots himself in front of his class. Where is he now?: Still in therapy.
Cool kids (who never had the time)Where you know them from: The video for the Smashing Pumpkins’ juvenile delinquent-tastic “1979” video. And, if you happened to be a preteen girl when that clip premiered, you had a crush on that long-haired guy in the green sweater.Where are they now: Working overnight shifts at convenience stores, cleaning pools. Karma’s a bitch.
Siamese twinsWhere you know them from: The cover of the Smashing Pumpkins’ 1993 album, Siamese Dream.Where are they now?: Still attached at the hip. Literally or figuratively? Only Billy Corgan knows for sure.
The runaways Where you know them from: No, not those Runaways. We’re talking about the kids from Soul Asylum’s 1993 video “Runaway Train,” which depicted the plight of children living on the streets. Where are they now?: Writing, directing, and starring in after-school specials.
Fatherless child Where you know him from: Everclear’s tear-inducing 1997 video for “Father of Mine.” Where is he now?: Best teen dad ever.
Washing machine kids Where you know them from: The cover of Sonic Youth’s 1995 album Washing Machine. Where are they now?: The one on the left found a date to prom; the one on the right didn’t. As adults, they’ve parlayed their 15 minutes of fame into a successful Maytag repair business.
Cartoon babyWhere you know him from: The cover of Stone Temple Pilots’ 1994 album, Purple.Where is he now?: Exactly where he belongs: on a bad tattoo.