The things you'll do for this quiz include guessing which character lamented, "The things I do for love!"
- Samurai Jack
If you miss this question, this Looney Tunes character will think "You're despicable!"
- Bugs Bunny
- Yosemite Sam
- Daffy Duck
- Marvin the Martian
If you're a pretty girl, there's a high chance this muscled meathead would inquire if you "Wanna do The Monkey with me?"
- Mighty Mouse
- Space Ghost
- Johnny Quest
- Johnny Bravo
Which futuristic character would give you a "Booya" for remembering Teen Titans Go?
- Beast Boy
Butter toast and gravy partner as classic breakfast foods. Which character turned them into mouth-watering catchphrases?
- Fred FredBurger
If you miss this question, this shadowy shapeshifter may insult you by labeling you a "Fool!"
- Martian Manhunter
If you just realized this far into the quiz you forgot your glasses, you might shriek "Jinkies," like what "Scooby-Doo" character?
Another unwanted result of botching this quiz might be this animalistic hothead lecturing you, starting with "I say, I say, I say, son!"
- Foghorn Leghorn
- Courage the Cowardly Dog
'Time' for a question that requires more brain 'force.' Which short-lived Cartoon Network character maximized his limited screentime by shouting, "Go Time!"?
- Powerpuff Girls
- Larry 3000
- Robot Jones
- Buck Tuddrussel
Which character always knows when "It's hero time"?
- Ben 10
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Cartoon Network Characters
Cartoon Network characters curate modern cartoon culture, and Turner Broadcasting System owns all of them. Although the world recognizes Ted Turner as the CNN mastermind, Cartoon Network dominates the headlines of countless children's heads. Some of Cartoon Network's classic headliners include The Powerpuff Girls, Codename Kids Next Door, The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy, and Adventure Time.
All those are original programs. However, Cartoon Network started in 1992 by airing shorts predating the 1950s, primarily "Looney Tunes." The first original Cartoon Network show, "The Moxy Show" aired in late 1993. "Space Ghost: Coast to Coast" explored the boundaries of surreal animation the next year, becoming the channel's first hit and laying the foundation for Cartoon Network's offshoot of mature content via "Adult Swim."
Cartoon Network's popularity exploded in the late 1990s with the addition of now-classic staples like The Powerpuff Girls, Johnny Bravo, and Ed, Edd, and Eddy. The child-championing channel retained its popularity until massive company changes started in 2004. Nowadays, the channel offers a mixture of live-action and animated programming. Although shows like "Adventure Time" appeal to a cross-section of audiences, Adult Swim surpassed Cartoon Network's popularity.