One of the most unforgettable cartoons of the 90s was Nickelodeon’s Rugrats. Who could forget little Tommy, red-haired Chuckie, the delightful twins Phil and Lil, as well as blonde toddler, Angelica. Early nights were spent watching reruns of the show with parents, siblings, or babysitters in many households.
It was one of Nickelodeon’s most successful TV animations, helping to spark the imagination and curiosity around babies and their daily lives.
Of Babies and Toddlers
Created by Arlene Klasky, Gábor Csupó, and Paul Germain, the story of the animated children’s television series revolves around Tommy, Chuckie, the twins Phil and Lil, and Angelica. As the show progressed, other mainstay characters were added, including Tommy’s baby brother Dil, and Susie Carmichael.
The characters talk in infantile English, something that audiences can understand but grown-ups in the series cannot. The show also never reveals where the families of Tommy and the gang live. This was done intentionally to show viewers how babies still don’t comprehend the concept of location. Overall, the animated series totalled 172 episodes over nine seasons.
Adorable Rugrats Font
Loved the Rugrats? Show your timeless affection with the Rugrats font by Jayde Garrow. It’s FREE for personal use, but will require payment for a commercial license.