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Some 1.4 billion Pokemon cards have been sold across the world after Pokemon emerged in 1996 as Nintendo Gameboy software in Japan and soon became very popular among children.(ELECTRONIC IMAGE) AFP PHOTO/Yoshikazu TSUNO (Photo credit should read YOSHIKAZU TSUNO/AFP/Getty Images)TOYKO, JAPAN: Flight attendants of Japan's All Nippon Airways (ANA) introduce its new 'Pokemon (Pocket Monsters) Jet', which begins its domestic operations 21 June 1999 at Tokyo International Airport.

(ELECTRONIC IMAGE) AFP PHOTO/Toru YAMANAKA (Photo credit should read TORU YAMANAKA/AFP/Getty Images)TOKYO, JAPAN: Two stills from the hugely popular 'Pocket Monster' or Pokemon cartoon.

The hero of the animated program is Pikachu, shown at top glowing with electricity.

Nearly 600 people, mostly children, were rushed to hospital across Japan 17 December after feeling sick while watching the animated cyberspace adventure.

If you watched reality television in the mid-2000's, (and let's face it, we all did), you probably remember watching the beauty that was "Flavor of Love," and "I Love New York." SEE ALSO: Remember America's first 'Top Model?

' See what Adrianne Curry looks like now "Flavor of Love" followed artist Flavor Flav, most notably of hip-hop "Public Enemy," on his search to find true love.

The show was amazing television to begin with, but even more amazing were those vying for Flav's love and affection.

From fan favorite Pumpkin, to the season one winner, Hoopz, it was must-see TV, for sure.

However, the best person to come out of that show was not the winner, or Flavor Flav himself, but one Tiffany Pollard, a.k.a New York.

The reality TV queen was a show stopper on "Flavor of Love," and managed to grab a spin-off series "I Love New York," and rightfully so! After her work on "I Love New York," Pollard got a spin-off to her spin-off, this time "New York Goes to Work." Along with that, she has also appeared on E!

's "Botched," and most recently, a contestant on "Celebrity Big Brother." However, Pollard is heading back to her roots at VH1 and will be staring in "Family Therapy," for which she will star alongside her mother, who is also a reality TV fav.

TOKYO, JAPAN: Japanese children participate in a Pokemon (Pocket Monster) card game tournament, which attracted some 35,000 people in a week-long event, in Tokyo 04 August 1999.

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