There has been a revival of appreciation for the old 1990s cartoons. My personal opinion is that children of the ’90s have grown up and can’t stand the new stuff that kids are watching today. It brings nostalgia on with a huge force. For those who were ’90s kids, as in born in the early to mid ’80s and watched these after school, I found the Rugrats Fans app. You’re welcome.
Rugrats was a cartoon that centered around four or five babies and a toddler tyrant. Many of their adventures focused on discovery, using imagination, and misunderstanding adult explanations. They found ingenious ways to escape from cribs or playpens, and roamed freely around the house, mall, airport, or toy store. The toddler, Angelica, loved torturing them with scary stories or tattling to the grown ups.
Those who loved the TV show may have gotten rusty on the characters over the years. Rugrats Fans gives a character description for all the recurring characters. They even included Taffy and Lulu from the later seasons. Just tap on each character to see the bio. The bios also include key phrases that each character might say frequently, like, “A baby’s gotta do, what a baby’s gotta do.”
There’s also an episode guide. Usually, I don’t find episode guides useful for currently running shows. When trying to catch up on previously aired shows, it’s easy for the shows to sometimes get mixed up in order if you’re watching it on the web or even through Netflix. Having an episode guide that is accurate comes in handy. I would have to sit down and watch each episode to make sure that the entire guide was right. Now, that I think about it, I just might do a Tweet to release my findings in a few weeks.