Ah, the 1980s. It was a time when people all over the world donated generously to feed the starving in Ethiopia, when MTV actually played music videos and a TV show about the trials and tribulations of a nuclear power plant worker and his yellow-tinged family was just beginning to win our hearts.

It was also the decade when songs by teen singers Tiffany and Debbie Gibson shot up the charts. What’s more, Tiffany (born Tiffany Renee Darwish) also pioneered the concept of performing at shopping malls to reach young fans.

But that was then. Now both former teen sensations are appearing in the SyFy movie spectacular “Mega Python vs Gatoroid,” a film about, well, does it really matter? The title tells you everything you need to know.

Everything, that is, except that the flick stars Gibson as an animal rights activist releasing exotic snakes into the wild and Tiffany as a park ranger who injects steroids into alligators.

But the highlight of the movie has to be when Gibson and Tiffany square off against each other in a food-flinging all-out brawl. Entertainment like this doesn’t come around every day.

“Mega Python vs Gatoroid” starring Gibson and Tiffany airs on SyFi Jan. 29. Since Tiffany is 39 and Gibson is 40, does this mean we only have to wait until 2034 to see Bieber get his own SyFy weekend movie?