Quiz: Can You Name All of These '90s Nickelodeon Characters From an Image?
Can You Name All of These '90s Nickelodeon Characters From an Image?
By: Khadija Leon
Image: NickSplat via YouTube

About This Quiz

Do you remember the name of Doug Funny's crush, or the bully who tried his best to make Doug's life miserable? Know the name of the spooky storytelling gang on "Are you Afraid of the Dark?," or which Nick show featured a character named Helga Pataki? Remember the name of Rocko's BFF? Take our quiz to to test your '90s Nickelodeon character IQ!

Nickelodeon got its start as Pinwheel in 1979, but the cable network devoted to kid-friendly programming really found its groove a decade later. In 1990, Nick was beaming into 52 million U.S. homes. That same year, the company opened its iconic Nickelodeon Studios in Orlando, Florida. In 1991, Nick developed its first three original cartoons -- "Doug," "Rugrats," and "Ren and Stimpy" premiered on August 11, 1991.

By 1992, kids were settling in on Saturday nights for SNICK, a block of shows including "Clarissa Explains It All, "Kenan and Kel," and "All That." Nickelodeon was also quick to enter the web with the premiere of Nick.com in 1995. Since then, Nick has remained one of the top children's networks in the world, despite countless imitators. 

Two decades on, can you remember the characters who ruled Nick in the '90s? Take our quiz to find out!

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