Think you've got the smarts to play with the big kids? Take this Rugrats quiz to test your knowledge of this '90s favorite.
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Rugrats was the '90s animated series about Tommy Pickles, Chuckie Finster, twins Phil and Lil DeVille, Susie Carmichael, Angelica Pickles, and, of course, the Pickles family canine, Spike. Episodes were often based on Angelica's incessant bullying of the babies, and the lessons and adventures of the gang. The show first aired on August 11, 1991, and wrapped up after nine seasons and 172 episodes.
The show was so popular on the small screen that the industry couldn't resist making a big screen version for moviegoers. The idea paid off with the 1998 "The Rugrats Movie" earning a whopping $140 million from a $24 million budget. The movie was so successful that Paramount and Nickelodeon teamed up again on the 2000 "Rugrats in Paris: The Movie," which earned a respectable $103 million. A third movie sequel, the 2003 "Rugrats Go Wild," did not fare as well, earning only $55 million and barely doubling its $25 million production budget.
How well do you remember the show? Take this quiz to find out.
Dil Pickles was introduced to the series during The Rugrats Movie in 1998.
Stu invents toys for his children, who are his inspiration, but Stu's toys don't always function correctly.
Spike's breed is Siberian tiger hound, which is uncovered when a man returns Spike back to the Pickles.
When Tommy tells the other babies that if they eat dog food they will turn into dogs, they all agree to try it, even Angelica.
Tommy and Chuckie decide they are going to live in a toy store and sneak away when their dads aren't paying attention.
Chas starts the series as a single parent, but he remarries in the second Rugrats movie, Rugrats in Paris: The Movie.
When the babies go to the movies, they sneak out of the movie they are watching to go see the Reptar movie that is also playing.
Charlotte is known for spoiling Angelica, but she fails to spend any quality time with her daughter. This is mainly due to her job as a CEO.
While looking for an ice cream parlor, Stu and Drew come across a miniature golf course and decide to play a game. As they play golf, the babies sneak off in search of ice cream mountain, which Angelica saw on the way in.
When Chuckie is sprayed by a skunk, everyone tries to find a way to get the smell off of him. It is not until Chuckie climbs into a pot of soup that Tommy's grandmother made that the smell finally comes off.
In Rugrats in Paris: The Movie, Chas meets Kira, who he later marries. After getting married, Chas and Kira open a coffee shop together.
Reptar is a popular fictional dinosaur in Rugrats. He inspires many different forms of entertainment from toys to ice skating shows.
Charlotte is the CEO at Mega Corp, which takes up most of her time. She is often seen on her cellphone, dealing with business calls.
Angelica's parents believe they are going to have another baby, and Angelica is fearful that she will be forgotten. She is so afraid that she dreams her new baby brother is going to eat her.
Grandpa Lou tells the babies not to swallow a seed because a watermelon will grow inside them, but Chuckie accidentally swallows one, leaving all the babies worried that he will explode.
Phil and Lil have many similar interest like bugs, but they also argue a lot as any siblings would do.
Boris and Minka are the grandparents of Tommy Pickles. Boris always talks about living in "the Old Country," by which he means Russia.
A toy is sucked down the drain while Tommy takes a bath, and he is afraid to take a bath after that. However, he eventually works up the courage to pull the drain plug and discover if he truly can be sucked down the drain.
Chas wins $10 million, but due to a bad investment, he loses almost all of the money. He does manage to keep enough to fix his leaky roof.
Stu and Drew have a sibling rivalry that often plays out in the show, like when they compete in miniature golf.
Lou tells the babies a story about Sasquatch, and the babies worry that the creature is coming for them.
Tommy is kidnapped from his yard when two criminals mistake him for a child of Ronald Thump.
Angelica tells Tommy that ghosts live in their grandparent's attic, but when they both see a ball fall from the attic, they believe that other toys might be up there as well.
When Chas takes the babies to the carwash with him, he accidentally leaves them in the car as it gets washed. To make matters worse, Angelica roles the sunroof back, and the car is full of bubbles when it comes out the other side.
Separately, the babies use the box from the Kiddie Carnival as a toy. Tommy pretends it is a race car, Chuckie pretends it is a spaceship, Phil pretends it is a house, and Lil pretends it is a cave.
When Chas marries Kira, Kimi becomes Chuckie's new stepsister. As their relationship grows, Chuckie takes on the role of Kimi's protector.
Angelica makes fun of Chuckie for being afraid of slides, and she bets Susie two popsicles that Chuckie won't ride down a slide again. When Angelica is proven wrong, she owes Susie two popsicles.
Angelica is protective of Cynthia and talks to the doll as if it were her best friend, which Cynthia probably is considering how mean Angelica is to everyone else.
Susie's bike goes missing, and Angelica pulls up on a bike that looks very similar. Susie accuses Angelica of stealing her bike, and their argument gets so heated that Angelica's doll, Cynthia, ends up tied to a ballon in the sky.
Howard is often dominated by the presence of his loud wife, and he comes across as shy and quite because of it.
Randy is Susie's father. He is well known for writing the TV show "Dummi Bears."
Angelica's mom, Charlotte, promises Angelica a new toy if she will be quite until Charlotte finishes her work. The task proves to be much harder than Angelica thought.
Aunt Miriam is the cousin of Lou Pickles. She wears a periwinkle-colored wig.
When Lou feels unappreciated living with Stu and Didi, he moves into a retirement home before realizing that he misses living with his family.
The babies wander into Lou's camper and believe it is a spaceship that will take them to the moon.