Rewind·Posted on Dec 18, 202021 Cartoons That'll Make '90s Kids Say "Oh My God, I Loved That"Thank you, Nickelodeon.by Jenna GuillaumeBuzzFeed ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Samurai Pizza Cats Saban Entertainment The English language version disregarded the original anime plot and used its animation to create a truly absurd comedy that was more fun than it should have been. 2. Pokémon TV Tokyo If you weren't obsessed with Pokémon were you even a '90s kid? 3. Sailor Moon TV Asahi Everyone had a fave sailor scout, and a crush on at least one of the characters (oh hi Tuxedo Mask). 4. Street Sharks DIC It's like they saw Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and said, hey, what if they were super jacked sharks instead? With a matching toy line, of course. 5. Gargoyles Disney One of the best and most underrated TV shows of the '90s. 6. Beast Wars: Transformers Hasbro It was Transformers, except instead of cars they were all animals. And Optimus Primal made everyone cry. 7. The Magic School Bus PBS The Magic School Bus was weird as hell in hindsight — the places that bus went to! — but it was also educational AND fun. 8. Captain Planet and the Planeteers TBS People from different countries coming together to create a more powerful movement to save the environment? Captain Planet was ahead of its time. 9. The Powerpuff Girls Cartoon Network There are few things more appealing when you're a little kid than seeing other little kids with superpowers. Especially when they're this cute. 10. Rugrats Nickelodeon Rugrats was so funny you wanted to keep watching it even when you were supposedly too old for it. 11. Arthur PBS The amount of memes Arthur has spawned is proof of its important cultural impact. Also, it was just really fun. 12. Doug Nickelodeon Doug was kinda weird but also gentle and relatable — the perfect sweet spot. 13. Aaahh!!! Real Monsters Nickelodeon Gross-out humor and distinct visuals made this show hard to resist as a kid. 14. Rocko's Modern Life Nickelodeon Most of the jokes went over your head, but you laughed anyway. 15. Rocket Power Nickelodeon Slipping in at the end of the '90s, Rocket Power was about a group of kids into adventure sports. It was just really cool. 16. Hey Arnold! Nickelodeon Hey Arnold was hilarious AND moving, with a cast of characters that encapsulated exactly what it feels like to be young. 17. Recess Disney Recess had enough characters that there was at least one everyone could relate to and connect with. 18. Beavis and Butthead MTV Admit it, you can *hear* the above image, can't you? 19. The Ren & Stimpy Show Nickelodeon The Ren & Stimpy Show was way more adult than most cartoons, so you felt ultra grown-up if you watched it. 20. Daria MTV The perfect teen show in animated form. 21. South Park Comedy Central You probably weren't allowed to watch it, but you pretended to at least.