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The Rugrats Gang is Rendered as Less Than Attractive Adults

 - Nov 26, 2015
References: studio360.org & hypebeast
The Rugrats was a hit 90s cartoon centered around a crew of toddlers and babies. While the show did have a spin-off where the gang enters middle school, the iconic cartoon's illustrator has depicted exactly how the eccentric cast would look today.

Many artists and fans of The Rugrats have rendered the children as millennial hipsters but the show's storyboard illustrator Eric Molinsky proves that kind of beauty is far from what the kids would actually look like. Molinsky argues that due to the show's awkward Eastern European aesthetic, the kids "probably grew up to be average if not slightly lumpy looking people — just like their parents."

With Tommy, Angelica and Susie resembling their parents, this could be the most accurate representation of the cast as adults.