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'90s Cartoons Reimagined As Live Action

Arthur?... Is that you?

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Rocko's Modern Life would have involved less speaking...at least in human sounds.

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Arthur could have been very confusing.

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I mean, really.

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Arthur.

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Ren & Stimpy would be a little cuter.

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles might not be as great at fighting crime.

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The Tick would be...gross.

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SpongeBob SquarePants might have made less sense, or more? I'm not sure.

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Pinky and the Brain may have inspired young people everywhere to be animal-rights activists.

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The Brave Little Toaster could have been pretty boring.

Being from 1987 this isn't technically a '90s cartoon...but...close enough.
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Being from 1987 this isn't technically a '90s cartoon...but...close enough.

Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers may have focused more on gathering nuts than rescuing.

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Catdog would have been more like an American Horror Story season.

Sorry.
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Sorry.

Chuckie from Rugrats would have been very squeezable.

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And Darkwing Duck could have gotten a lot darker.

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