16 Facts About Rugrats


Rugrats is an American animated television series created by Arlene Klasky, Gabor Csupo, and Paul Germain for Nickelodeon.

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Rugrats gained over 20 awards during its 13-year run, including four Daytime Emmy Awards, six Kids' Choice Awards, and its own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

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Rugrats has animal characters, including the Pickles family dog, Spike, and Angelica's pet cat Fluffy.

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Rugrats was formed by the then-husband-and-wife duo of Gabor Csupo and Arlene Klasky, along with Paul Germain in 1989.

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From 1994 until 2012, Rugrats was the longest-running Nickelodeon animated series, with 172 episodes produced across its 13-year run.

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The grown-ups of Rugrats are simultaneously quirky, over-cautious, and oblivious.

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Since its debut in 1991, Rugrats has generally received positive reviews from critics and fans.

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Rugrats was considered a strong point in Nickelodeon's rise in the 1990s.

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Rugrats was noteworthy among contemporary children's television for depicting observant, identifiable Jewish families.

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In 1998, The Rugrats Movie was released, which introduced baby Dil, Tommy's little brother, to the show.

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Rugrats Pre-School Daze, known as Angelica and Susie's School Daze, is a spin-off that follows revolves around Angelica Pickles and Susie Carmichael as preschool students.

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The Rugrats strip started out in many papers, but as often happens with spin-off strips, soon slowed down.

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Rugrats characters make non-playable appearances in Nicktoons: Attack of the Toybots and Nicktoons MLB.

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Rugrats: A Live Adventure was a show about Angelica's constant attempts to scare Chuckie.

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Rugrats had their own cereal made by Post called Reptar Crunch Cereal.

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Rugrats made fast-food appearances as well, with the most appearances being on Burger King.

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