Graphic designer Arlene Klasky is one half of the cartoon enterprise responsible for some of the most popular animated programs of the '90s. After studying in California, she met Hungarian animator Gabor Csupo in Stockholm, Sweden. Together, they founded Klasky Csupo, Inc. in L.A. While taking care of her 11-month-old baby, she thought it would be fun to do a show from a baby's point of view. With just a few scant notes, she pitched the show to Nickelodeon and they loved it. In 1991, The Rugrats become one of the network's most highly rated programs and was quickly followed by Duckman, Aaahh!!! Real Monsters, Santo Bugito, and The Wild Thornberrys, as well as the subsequent feature films for both The Rugrats Movie and The Wild Thornberrys Movie. Other cartoon series developments include Rocket Power and As Told By Ginger, both on Nickelodeon.