It's been 25 years since Nickelodeon's "Rugrats" first aired on TV. Yes, really.
So now's a perfect time to revisit this television favourite and see what the toddlers look like as grown-ups. In one artist's eyes, anyway.
Eric Molinsky was a storyboard artist for Klasky Csupo, the animation studio that has produced shows like "Rugrats," "Duckman" and "The Wild Thornberrys," between 1999 and 2002.
Molinsky said he was bothered by previous interpretations that make them look like "fashion models" or "self-confident hipsters."
So he sketched the grown-up "Rugrats" as something closer to how you might remember them.
"They probably grew up to be average if not slightly lumpy looking people — just like their parents," Molinsky wrote.
Tommy Pickles, for one, turns out to look a great deal like his father Stu, a toy inventor, while Chuckie looks every bit the neurotic best friend he was in the show.
Tommy's ruthless cousin Angelica looks to have grown up into a powerful, assertive businessperson.
And so does her friend Susie Carmichael.
This isn't the first time that artists have interpreted what the "Rugrats" characters might look like as grown-ups.
Here's how artist Isaiah Stephens imagined them:
Maybe not quite the interpretation Molinsky had in mind.
But it's still interesting to see these characters from different perspectives.
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