The Cartoon Network Quiz

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Have you logged some serious 'toon time on Cartoon Network? It's alright, don't get animated — take our Cartoon Network quiz, and put that knowledge to the test!

What year did Cartoon Network debut?

Cartoon Network began broadcasting on Oct. 1, 1992, with "The Star-Spangled Banner" and a video of dynamite exploding.

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In the Cartoon Network series "Dexter's Laboratory," what is the name of Dexter's sister?

Dexter has a meddling sister named Dee Dee who is perpetually dressed as a ballerina.

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Mojo Jojo is the villain from which Cartoon Network series?

"The Powerpuff Girls" debuted in 1998.

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How many superheroes make up the team on the Cartoon Network series "Teen Titans"?

On the Cartoon Network series "Teen Titans," there are five teenage superheroes on the team: Starfire, Robin, Beast Boy, Cyborg and Raven.

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In the series "Johnny Bravo," what is the title character's catchphrase?

Johnny Bravo, a smooth-talking, hair-combing muscle man, frequently uses the catchphrase "Ohhhh Mama!"

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What unique power does Jake the Dog possess in the series "Adventure Time"?

Jake's shape-shifting powers are often used to get his 12-year-old friend, Finn, out of tenuous situations.

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True or false: Turner Broadcasting System is the parent company of Cartoon Network.

TBS was launched in part because Turner had acquired large libraries of video material including many Warner Brothers, MGM and Hanna-Barbera cartoons.

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What is the name of the kind-hearted but clueless woman in the series "Courage the Cowardly Dog"?

Muriel is the kind-hearted farm wife who looks out for Courage.

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What are the names of the blue jay and raccoon duo featured on the Cartoon Network series "Regular Show"?

Mordecai (the blue jay) and Rigby (the raccoon) are groundskeepers at a park.

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In which fictional city does the series "Chowder" take place?

In real life, marzipan is a confection made of almond paste and sugar.

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In "The Amazing World of Gumball," what is the name of the pet goldfish that grew legs and became Gumball's best friend?

Gumball and Darwin are accompanied by Anais, their bunny sister, and other creatures.

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Along with Blossom and Bubbles, what is the name of the third superhero in "The Powerpuff Girls"?

The third heroine from the series "The Powerpuff Girls" is named Buttercup. The trio must frequently save the city of Townsville from the evil villain Mojo Jojo.

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Who is the villain in the Cartoon Network series "Samurai Jack"?

Aku is the shape-shifting villain in the series "Samurai Jack." The series was cancelled in 2004 after four seasons but is slated to return to Cartoon Network in 2016.

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How many "Ben 10" series have been on Cartoon Network?

So far there have been four different incarnations of the "Ben 10" series. Cartoon Network has announced yet another version slated for fall 2016.

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What job do Mordecai and Rigby share on Cartoon Network's "Regular Show"?

"Regular Show" characters Mordecai and Rigby are groundskeepers at a local park. The long-running series started as a short for the Cartoon Network show "Cartoonstitute."

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What was the first original program to air on Cartoon Network?

"The Moxy Show" premiered in November 1993 on Cartoon Network.

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What is the name of the summer camp in the series "Camp Lazlo"?

The summer camp in the series "Camp Lazlo" is Camp Kidney. Lazlo is the name of the main character.

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True or false: "The Tom and Jerry Show" was the first cartoon to air on the Cartoon Network.

"The Great Piggy Bank Robbery," a 1946 Warner Bros. cartoon featuring Daffy Duck, was the first cartoon to air on Cartoon Network.

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Which Cartoon Network series spawned "The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy"?

The Cartoon Network series "Grim and Evil" originally aired Aug. 24, 2001. It included two segments of "The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy" and one segment of "Evil Con Carne." In 2002 the series was renamed "The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy," and "Evil Can Carne" became a separate series.

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What is the name of the character who creates the crime-fighting team in "The Powerpuff Girls"?

Although utonium sounds like an element from the periodic table, it is not.

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The primary antagonist in the series "Dexter's Laboratory" goes by the nickname Mandark. What is his real name?

Mandark's hippie parents, Oceanbird and Windbear, named him Susan.

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Which Cartoon Network show featured a boy and his imaginary friends?

"Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends" featured Mac and his imaginary friend Bloo, along with many other imaginary characters.

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What state is the setting for the cartoon "Courage the Cowardly Dog"?

The setting for the series "Courage the Cowardly Dog" is the fictional town of Nowhere, Kansas.

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What is the name of the lake in "Camp Lazlo"?

In the series "Camp Lazlo," Camp Kidney sits on the shores of Leaky Lake.

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How many Emmy Awards has the series "Adventure Time" received?

The Cartoon Network series "Adventure Time" has won four Emmy Awards and has been nominated nine times.

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In the series "Codename: Kids Next Door," what are the names of the antagonist duo?

The names Mr. Fibb and Mr. Wink were inspired by the villains Mr. Wint and Mr. Kidd in the Bond movie "Diamonds are Forever."

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In the series "Teen Titans," what shape is the Titans' lair?

The "Teen Titans" lair is in the shape of a capital "T" and serves as a not-so-secret hideout.

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True or false: Media mogul Ted Turner is the founder of Cartoon Network.

American businesswoman Betty Cohen founded Cartoon Network and was its president from 1992 to 2001.

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In the Cartoon Network series "Samurai Jack," Aku is the antagonist. Aku is Japanese for what English word?

Aku is Japanese for the word "evil." Actor Makoto Iwamatsu, better known as Mako, provided the voice of Aku.

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What kind of animal is Lazlo in the Cartoon Network series "Camp Lazlo"

The title character of the series "Camp Lazlo" is a monkey. "Camp Lazlo" ran on Cartoon Network from 2005 to 2008 and included 59 episodes.

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