Who remembers 1990’s cartoons? Well, we do and they were glorious. Join us as we slide back in time to the final decade of the 20th Century for some rowdy, rambunctious fun with the cartoons of the 1990’s. So, settle in for thirty questions of 1990s cartoon trivia.
Specifically, we’re looking at shows that started in the 90’s. They may (or may not) have finished outside the decade. So, good luck!
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Hey gang, this is your host, Brian Rollins and it’s episode 105 of the Dorky Geeky Nerdy Trivia Podcast. Every week, we offer up 30 questions on a given topic for your trivia pleasure. Play alone or with anyone stuck at home with you.
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I think that covers all the bases, so let’s get to the good stuff.
The Dorky Round
4. In addition to creating the show, Mike Judge provided the voices for the two title characters of what MTV show?
The Geeky Round
10. What animated series had not one, but two live-action adaptations (one in 2001 and another 2016)?
The Nerdy Round
8. Voice actor Maurice LaMarche said the voice for what character was 'sixty-five percent Orson Welles, and thirty-five percent Vincent Price'.
And that’s all I wrote for this week’s episode! I hope you had a fun trip down memory lane. We’ll be back again next week for another thirty trivia questions. Here’s your clue for next week:
“What character is considered the first Black superhero in Mainstream comics?”
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