Being on cable has its perks. Debuting in the early days of Cartoon Network's original programming, Dexter's Laboratory was afforded creative freedom that was less common on major networks. In particular, Dexter's adventures had an animation style that still holds influence in today's cartoons. Maybe most importantly, the kid genius' odd accent is probably still helping kids spell out "lab-or-a-tory" correctly to this day.
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It's rare for a children's program to feature main characters several years younger than the target audience. It's surprisingly less rare for these kinds of shows to include copious nods and winks for the parents stuck watching with their larval spawn. Rugrats fits squarely in the middle of this lewd Venn-Diagram. Many of the visual tricks almost have to be the work of the animators, as opposed to the writers. Unless there's a part in this Rugrats script that reads: "Stu puts his fingers together, implying that his friend Howard is currently in the forest with male friends, wherein the main activity is making the penises touch. Whereas most dick jokes aren't afraid to poke you right in the face, Rugrats has a couple fiendishly clever bits hidden here and there. Can you see spot the penis gag in the picture below?
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This will not post anything on Facebook or anywhere else. For some, it's a matter-of-fact thing said with a hint of sarcasm. And for some, it's something that's so in-your-face funny, you can't help but laugh out loud. But for some others, funny and naughty work like the perfect combination.