With that much in the bank, it's fair to conclude that the Olsens will remain pillars of the fashion industry and occasional tabloid fodder (see: their dating lives, the Fuller House meta-jokes, and lingering connections to the late Heath Ledger). They've won major fashion awards, fought for maternity-leave rights for factory workers, and donate to charities consistently. The Olsen twins are doing OK. But I don't know how you top "Gimmie Pizza Slow."
The legendary viral video does not require knowledge of the Mary-Kate and Ashley Cinematic Universe, though if you ever dedicated the time to understanding the twins' star appeal or were in their target demographic (or, like me, looked after a younger sibling who was), the enjoyment is transcendent. Like Mary-Kate and Ashley, I also turned 30 this month, and despite logging hundreds of meaningful moments since, I can recall most of the plot points in films such as You're Invited to Mary-Kate and Ashley's Camp Out Party and The Case of the SeaWorld Adventure. What can I say, I learned early on to back down from any argument with an 8-year-old who considered Billboard Dad her Citizen Kane. In our house, Mary-Kate and Ashley movies were on constant loop, and Mary-Kate and Ashley's Sleepover Party, the series' first, was a borderline enjoyable, vicarious pleasure for me.