Millennials familiar with the state of an unhinged Chihuahua's unbrushed teeth should be horrified by Nickelodeon's undeniably tame current television lineup, which can't hold a candle to the episodes of The Ren & Stimpy Show and Rocko's Modern Life that shook us to our core back in kindergarten. Thankfully, Hulu and Viacom have teamed up to gift us with thousands of new streaming television episodes, including classic '90s cartoons like Hey Arnold, Invader Zim and the blessed Ren & Stimpy. HAPPY HAPPY JOY JOY! Grab a Trix yogurt and a pack of Gushers Xtreme and let the good times roll, kittens.

The Wrap reports that this throwback treasure trove comes courtesy of an ongoing deal between Hulu and the global media giant, and in addition to all these '90s hits, we're getting a slew of Comedy Central, VH1, MTV, TVLand, Spike, BET and Logo shows, too. This means that over the next couple of weeks, you'll be able to stream educational programming like Snooki & JWoww and Catfish, along with full seasons of the excellent Key & Peele and Drunk History.

But for the Children of the Clinton Administration, the return of the '90s cartoons is something to behold. After all, earlier this month, every episode of Are You Afraid of the Dark eerily appeared on YouTube, The Simpsons is available online in its entirety and those weird tattoo choker necklaces appear to be in style again—everything's coming up Gen Y! Hulu hasn't announced the full throwback 'toon collection yet, but we're hoping for Aaahh!!! Real Monsters, Rugrats (pre-all that Rugrats in Paris madness), and the aforementioned Rocko's Modern Life. And can y'all throw in a few game shows, too? It would be interesting to see if those Legends of the Hidden Temple guards are still terrifying well into adulthood.