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By: Narra Jackson

Tiny Toons Adventures used composure Bruce Broughton to create the music for the show, which cost an estimated 60,000 an episode because they used a 30-35 piece orchestra. 1200 actors auditioned over the span of three months because of a rushed production schedule. Tiny Toons producers needed to get all 65 episodes of the series made in 18 months.

The first Cow and Chicken short initially had rougher animation than the series that followed which featured much darker themes. In the original, Chicken goes to hell for smoking cigarettes and is tortured by the devil while he's there. After this intense episode, the content of the series was brought down a notch, the animation was painted more brightly, and the devil's name was changed to "The Red Guy." How sly.

Dexter was actually voiced by two different women. Christine Cavanaugh was the voice for Chickie Finster on Rugrats and the titular Babe in the 1995 movie. She stopped portraying Dexter on Dexter's Laboratory during the show's third season, in 2001. She was replaced by Candi Milo who voiced Dexter during the duration of the rest of the show. They also gave Dexter an accent because they were fitting into the stereotype that all well-known scientists have accents.

The original pilot for the show South Park was made by stop-motion animating cut paper. Every episode after the first was computer animated. Kyle's hair is actually modeled after Matt Stone's self-proclaimed "Jew fro." Trey Parker actually ad-libs most of Cartman's lines. He has said that Cartman is his favorite character.

Hey Arnold! was created while Craig Bartlett was working on Pee-Wee's Playhouse, he was responsible for some of the show's "Penny" claymation cartoons. Bartlett created three claymation shorts of Arnold, one of which was featured on Sesame Street called "Arnold Rides His Chair." While Bartlett was working on Rugrats, he showed his shorts of Arnold to the Nickelodeon executive and the shows pilot was made one year later.

Hank Hill himself pitched the show to the president of Fox, instead of taking nine months to animate the pilot script, or even animate a scene of it, Judge and Daniels had their protagonist pitch his family to the network in a pencil test.

Fry's voice on the show Futurama, actor Billy West is responsible for pretty much every famous character over the last 20 years. Look him up if you're curious who else's voice he's done. Matt Groening said his idea for Futurama came to him while he was listening to "Robot Blues" by The Incredible String Band.

In the show SpongeBob SquarePants, Patrick has a sister named Sam. As of this year, SpongeBob SquarePants would be 27 years old! Patrick and Gary the Snail are first cousins.

Doug was almost called "The Funnies!", but Nickelodeon changed the series to Doug because they weren't into the idea of a double entendre. We agree that this was definitely a good call on their part. Doug is also left-handed! It makes total sense when you actually think about it. Even though in the initial episode Doug refers to his journal as a "diary" he only calls it a journal from there on after.

The Ren & Stimpy Show, Doug, and Rugrats all debuted on the same exact day. Stimpy's character design was inspired by the cat in the tweety bird cartoon, mainly it was the blue bulbous nose the cat had that acted as inspiration. The idea for Ren came after John Kricfalusi saw a chihuahua in a sweater.

The Rugrats creators are also behind The Simpsons' signature yellow skin and Marge's blue hair. Arlene Klasky and Gabor Csupo got married and then started the animation studio called Klasky Csupo. Before they worked on The Rugrats, the worked on The Simpsons. They produced other iconic cartoons like "Aaahh!! Real Monsters", "The Wild Thornberrys", and "Rocket Power."

The character of Arthur was created out of a bedtime story. Marc Brown told the first Arthur story to his son, Tolon, who requested a bedtime story about a "weird animal." In an interview with Scholastic, Marc Brown said he was thinking about weird animals alphabetically and "aardvark" was the first animal that popped into his head. Tolon is now a producer on the series.

Partible pitched the series to Hanna-Barbera's animation showcase What a Cartoon! The first pilot aired in 1995 and quickly became popular. The network was able to commission a half-hour series in July of 1997.

Daria was drawn to resemble a real girl. Although Mike Judge helped to create the show, he wasn't actually working on the show when the spin-off was created. He was too busy writing for King of the Hill and Beavis and Butt-head at the time.

Chris' voice on the show Family Guy, was based on Buffalo Bill from Silence of the Lambs. Peter and Brian stemmed from Seth McFarlane's 1997 Cartoon Network short Larry & Steve. Family Guy is also the first animated series to be nominated for Outstanding Comedy Series by the Emmy's.

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