Whether it's intentional or not, every '90s kid knows who the Rugrats are. From the brotherly love evidenced by Tommy and Dil Pickles to the grandiose machinations of Angelica, the deviant toddlers' personalities are too zanny and colorful to ever forget.
Airing steadily from 1991-2004, Rugrats is a beloved Nickelodeon cartoon where a bunch of babies set out on daily adventures with boundless amounts of imagination. If you've ever found yourself sharing Tommy's limitless adventerous energy or caught yourself throwing the ultimate Angelica temper tantrum, the reason why you gravitate to certain Rugrats characters could have a totally cosmic explanation.
Find out which Rugrats character you are by pairing them up with your zodiac sign and let the stars explain your uncanny affinity for cookies or inventing strange toys.
A hot-headed young lady with an obsession for cookies, Angelica Pickles is no stranger to scheming up deviant plans and throwing temper tantrums when things don't go her way. Aries is the infamous baby of the zodiac. While they're trailblazers in their own respect, they're also boundlessly bossy, stubborn, and tempermental.
Ready to charge into whatever challenges come their way, Taurus is a cosmic bull with inexhaustible energy. Like Taureans, Kimi Finster takes action first and thinks about the consequences later. She also has a bit of a temper and doesn't like when people get in her way, but she has a good heart through and through.
The zodiac sign Gemini is symbolized by a set of astral twins. For Phil and Lil DeVille, twinning is a way of life. Embodying Gemini's knack for communication, inventiveness, and collaboration, Phil and Lil have the wits to wiggle themselves out of any sticky situation they might get themselves into.
Dil Pickles is Tommy's baby brother. Being a baby, it's only natural he's super sensitive and cries all the time. Cancer is a cosmic crab that prefers comfort and security over all the dangers implicit in adventure. They're guarded and don't communicate very much, hiding away in their shell instead of exposing themselves to the harsh outside world.