13 Easter Eggs You May Have Missed From Your Childhood

Here’s a collection of secrets hidden in your favorite childhood TV shows. Chances are the child-version of you missed them the first time around.

1. Hey Arnold!

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When Stinky and Sid walk past a comic book shop, a book titled “SPONGEBOB” can be seen on a shelf.

2. Foster’s Home For Imaginary Friends

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After Mac gets kicked off the bowling team, he walks past the shoe rental where there are three men who bare a striking resemblance to the characters from “The Big Lebowski.”

3. Drake and Josh

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Among the fictional films advertised on the Premiere Theatre marquee is “Now She’s Carly,” a subtle shoutout to actor Miranda Cosgrove’s new role in “iCarly.”

4. Rugrats

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The toys on the shelf behind Chucky look strangely similar to the daleks from “Dr. Who.”

5. Fairly Odd Parents

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Creator Butch Hartman drew himself into this comic book scene.

6. Blue’s Clues

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See that snail by the coatrack? It appears in every episode of “Blue’s Clues.”

7. Spongebob Squarepants

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When Spongebob and Patrick take flight Sandy’s rocket, a book titled “2001” may be an homage to “2001 A Space Oddessy.”

8. Angry Beavers

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When Norbert and Dagget get a job at a snooty French restaurant so they can afford a collection of monster masks from their favorite movies, a quick shot reveals Helga from “Hey Arnold!” is among them.

9. Power Puff Girls

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While rifling through a pile of old clothes, Blossom comes out looking like Cartman from “South Park.”

10. Full House

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The poster in Uncle Joey’s bedroom will later appear in Joey and Chandler’s apartment in “Friends.”

11. Phineas and Ferb

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When Perry goes out on a mission, an homage to “Hercules” can be spotted on a Grecian urn.

12. Rocko’s Modern Life

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Rocko’s boss’s explanation for why being on time is important in the work place includes the steps “MC Hammer”—a possible tribute to Nickelodeon’s sister company, MTV.

13. South Park

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There’s an alien hidden in nearly every episode of “South Park.”

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