Cartoons have always defined and influenced our childhood in many ways. Some can relate to the gentle comedy of the Looney Tunes while others watched shows like Ninja Turtles and X-Men. These cartoon serials became an integral part of our lives which is why we can still recall some of the most obvious and iconic instances of our favorite shows. Take this quiz to find out exactly how well can you associate the cartoon to their iconic catchphrase.
What’s Up Doc?
He is one of the most memorable and iconic characters of the Looney Tunes franchise. Everybody remembers this gray and white rabbit chomping on a carrot asking, “Eh, what’s up doc?” to everyone. A Wild Hare is notably the first official Bugs Bunny cartoon.
The Simpsons is one of the many long-running animated cartoon series currently in its 30th season. Homer is the main character and the story revolves around his family and neighbors in Springfield. Homer shouts out “D'oh!” every time he messes something up.
Scooby Dooby Doo!
Who doesn't remember the talking Great Dane who is one of Cartoon Network's best shows.
Two words that would send shivers down Wile E. Coyote’s spine every time this high-speed ground cuckoo made a pass left, right, and center! The Road Runner Show hilariously showcased Wile E. Coyotes attempts to capture this running cuckoo and fail miserably.
Yabba Dabba Doo!
They are your modern stone age family! That right, this cartoon redefined imagination and took us back to the stone age with dinosaur excavators and leg powered rolling pan cars. Fred shouting Yabba Dabba Doo echoed throughout Bedrock city!
Th-Th-Th-That’s All Folks
Surprisingly, Porky was one of the supporting role Looney Tunes characters as he had many appearances. But every 90s kid will remember the iconic Warner Bros animation concluding cartoon shows with “ Th-Th-Th-That’s All Folks” by Porky.
Remember the high pitched “Zoinks!” made by Shaggy when something or someone scared the bejesus out of him!
To Infinity and Beyond!
The toy space ranger superhero has appeared in one of the most iconic cartoon movie franchises of all time, the Toy Story.
I Tawt I Taw a Puddy Tat
What is more cute, a talking bird or the fact that the bird is remembered for one of the popular lines in the Looney Tunes franchise. Every time Sylvester cat tries to snatch this beautiful yellow canary, he would shout out “I Tawt I Taw a Puddy Tat”
This cunning cat in the Looney Tunes franchise has only one goal in his mind, catch the beautiful yellow canary sitting in the cage.
Hey There, Pretty Momma
90s kids will remember this hunky cartoon character very well for unsuccessful and multiple attempts to woo the ladies in the neighborhood.
Lemme at Em! Lemme at Em!
Of all the cartoon characters in the Scooby-Doo franchise, the little puppy is perhaps one of the toughest ones in the gang. While Scooby Doo and Shaggy scream bloody murder, little Scrappy Doo wants to have a one on one bout with the goons.
Did you know that TV Guide gave this cartoon franchise the title of the fifth greatest cartoon of all time?
I’m Smarter Than the Av-Er-Age Bear
90s kids will remember this bumbling clumsy grizzle bear living in the forests of Jellystone Park. Although his catchphrase is not one of the most popular ones that every kid will remember, the friendly grizzly bear remains to be a popular Cartoon Network characters.
Who could not remember a bunch of turtles running around the sewers under the city with samurai swords and full ninja gear? Cowabunga remains one of the most popular lines of the nineties with several references in TV and movie franchises.
Oh my God! They killed Kenny!
South Park is a popular cartoon franchise where Stan yells out “Oh my God! they killed Kenny!” The creators of the show mentioned that another charecters Kyle’s response to Stan was directed to them for killing Kenny in the cartoon show.
Hey Hey Hey
This show was an animated primetime special that aired in the late 60s. The show was titled Hey, Hey, Hey, It’s Fat Albert and it was also his opening line in the short but popular primetime series.
Bart is the most mischievous character of the iconic Simpsons family and is always getting into trouble. He would often yell out “Ay Caramba” and since the Simpsons have been on primetime for 30 seasons, fans of the show remember his line very well.
Here I come to save the day!
In an era where superheroes were gaining popularity making their debut on popular TV primetime, Mighty Mouse was already there to save the day. The cartoons first appearance was in Mouse of Tomorrow in 1942.
Ooh! What does this button do?
Not only was Dexter’s sister annoying, but she would also poke around and weave her way into situations that didn’t need her insightful meddling, if you may. She would always ask “Ooh, what does this button do?” before pushing it eventually to find out what it did, and not in a safe way!
Velma was the brains behind all the mysteries that Scooby Doo and the gang solved. She would always notice when something was out of place and exclaim “Jinkies” to express her concerns and confirm her doubts.
Reach for the sky!
Woody, the main protagonist of the popular Toy Story series says this motivating line.
I am vengeance, I am the night, I am….”
Interesting fact, Kevin Conroy was the first voice of the animated series characters before other prominent actors gave their voice to the character.
Andale! Andale! Arriba! Arriba!
One of the most popular Spanish characters in the Looney Tunes shows Speedy Gonzales was known for one particular thing, his speed. He would run around circles and nobody could catch him. Speedy would shout out this famous line when he would get ready to run.
Be vewy vewy quiet, I’m hunting wabbits!
Another popular character of the Looney Tunes franchise, Elmer Fudd would always be on the lookout to hunt down Bugs Bunny.
Pokemon was perhaps one of the greatest cartoon and merchandise franchise with the show’s famous line, “You gotta catch ‘em all!” No doubt in the late 90s and 2000s, Pokemon had a global following and dear Pikachu with his “pika Pika” was the lead pokemon of the cartoon show.
Oh my stars and garters!
The X-Men animated series is a popular superhero show in which Professor Xavier leads a team of specially-abled mutants to fight against the mutants who have gone rogue.
Hey, Boo Boo
Yogi would use this line whenever he would want anyone to accompany him to Jellystone National Park with a picnic basket.
Okay gang, lets split up and search for clues
The leader of the fantastic five, Fred would always be the keen one in the sleuth gang to go on a mission.
What’s the sitch?
Kim Possible would ask “What’s the sitch?” as in short for "What's the situation?".