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Rugrats ran from August 11, 1991 to May 29, 1994. It was eventually brought back on December 6, 1996 and continued until June 8, 2004 making it the longest-running Nicktoon in Nick's history. The show mainly focuses on the 4 babies Tommy, Chuckie and Phil and Lil (Tommy's brother Dil and Chuckie's step-sister Kimi joined the show later on in its run) as they go on adventures in Tommy's backyard and beyond. It was created by Arlene Klasky, Gabor Csupo, and Paul Germain. It later spawned two spin-off series: All Grown Up! (based off the Rugrats episode "All Growed Up") and Preschool Daze (starring Angelica and Susie as preschoolers.) AGU ran from 2003 until 2008 and Preschool Daze only lasted for 4 episodes released on DVD.

For many, Rugrats is their favorite Nicktoon and have fond memories of watching the episodes as a young kid. Re-live those memories here! Let's get things started with what did you like the most about Rugrats?

I find their mispronunciations entertaining, and their naive understanding of the world amusing. Chuckie once said "the world is my toaster", instead of "oyster" and he was convinced Santa was a mean, fat man who breaks into people's houses (for the quote, look at my sig.)

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Rugrats was like my favorite cartoon when i was younger. I still like it now. What I think I liked most about the show is the way it was written. Like the writers just like thought what would babies do if they could talk. i also agree that the babies misunderstanding of things were very entertaining. I liked all the characters. Tommy, Chuckie. Phil, Lil, Angelica and Susie all had great characterictics that made them fun to watch. I think the show went downhill after the rugrats movie because what sense would to be that in a big feature film to bring a brand new baby in to the cast and NOT MAKE HIM TALK!. i mean the show's premise is about talking babies so why cant dil talk like the other babies. it could not be because he was too young because Tommy was only 1 when the series started and he was talking. to me at least made no sense, then the intelligence of the show decreased Tommy was able to say "diaper" now he says "diapie". The show was also getting predictable as each episode was either " Angica misleads the babies somehow" or " Dil causes trouble for the babies and tommy has to be a responsible brother" as a little kid i loved this show even the dill stages but as i got older I saw all of the old school eps and can say that those were better. The kimi eps only got worse in a way im happy they gave chuckie a mom but I kind of think they took a important part of his character out when they did that. i admit i like all grown up especially the last season
any way rugrats was a great series it had a few bumps on the road but all over its is one of my favorite series of all time animated or not. i like to end this by saying NICKELODEON PLEASE GIVE US DVD BOX SETS and make it official with special features instead of a crappy amazon one.

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" a baby's gotta do, what a baby's gotta do"
 

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Rugrats goes with SpongeBob SquarePants, as Nick best two series ever.

Since this is an "every episode" or "general" talkback, I thought I would include the list I made (back in the summer) of the original premiere dates for every episode:

ALL DATES ARE PREMIERES ON NICKELODEON (USA)

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AIR DATES TAKEN FROM TV.COM OR EPGUIDES.COM
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1 SUN 10AM Aug-11-1991 Tommy's First Birthday
2 SUN Aug-18-1991 Barbeque Story / Waiter, There's A Baby In My Soup
3 SUN Aug-25-1991 At The Movies / Slumber Party
4 SUN Sept-8-1991 Baby Commercial / Little Dude
5 SUN Sept-15-1991 Beauty Contest / Baseball
6 SUN Oct-6-1991 Ruthless Tommy / Moose Country
7 SUN Nov-17-1991 Grandpa's Teeth / Momma Trauma
8 SUN Dec-1-1991 Real Or Robots / Special Delivery

9 SUN Jan-5-1992 Candy Bar Creep Show / Monsters In The Garage
10 SUN Feb-16-1992 Weaning Tommy / Incident In Aisle Seven
11 SUN Mar-29-1992 Touchdown Tommy / The Trial
12 SUN Apr-12-1992 Fluffy Vs. Spike / Reptar's Revenge
13 SUN May-24-1992 Graham Canyon / Stu-Makers' Elves
14 SUN Sept-6-1992 Toy Palace / Sand Ho!
15 SUN Sept-13-1992 Chuckie Vs. The Potty / Together At Last
16 SUN Sept-20-1992 The Big House / The Shot
17 SUN Sept-27-1992 Showdown At Teeter-Totter Gulch / Mirrorland
18 SUN Oct-4-1992 Angelica's In Love / Ice Cream Mountain
19 SUN Oct-11-1992 Regarding Stuie / Garage Sale
20 SUN Oct-18-1992 Let There Be Light / The Bank Trick
21 SUN Oct-25-1992 Family Reunion / Grandpa's Date
22 SUN Nov-1-1992 No Bones About It / Beach Blanket Babies
23 SUN Nov-8-1992 Reptar On Ice / Family Feud
24 SUN Nov-15-1992 Superhero Chuckie / The Dog Broomer
25 SUN Nov-22-1992 Aunt Miriam / The Inside Story
26 SUN Nov-29-1992 A Visit From Lipschitz / What the Big People Do
27 SUN Dec-6-1992 The Santa Experience
28 SUN Dec-13-1992 Visitors From Outer Space / The Case of the Missing Rugrat
29 SUN Dec-20-1992 Chuckie Loses His Glasses / Chuckie Gets Skunked

30 SUN Jan-3-1993 Rebel Without A Teddy Bear / Angelica The Magnificent
31 SUN Jan-10-1993 Meet The Carmichaels / The Box
32 SUN Feb-7-1993 Down The Drain / Let Them Eat Cake
33 SUN Mar-14-1993 The Seven Voyages Of Cynthia / My Friend Barney
34 SUN Mar-21-1993 Feeding Hubert / Spike The Wonder Dog
35 SUN Mar-28-1993 The Slide / The Big Flush
36 SUN Apr-4-1993 King Ten Pin / Runaway Angelica
37 SUN Apr-11-1993 Game Show Didi / Toys In The Attic
38 SUN May-2-1993 Driving Miss Angelica / Susie Vs. Angelica
39 SUN May-9-1993 Tooth Or Dare / Party Animals
40 SUN Sept-26-1993 Dummi Bear Dinner Disaster / Twins Pique
41 SUN Oct-3-1993 Chuckie's First Haircut / Cool Hand Angelica
42 SUN Oct-10-1993 Tricycle Thief / Rhinoceritis!
43 SUN Oct-17-1993 Grandpa Moves Out / Legend of Satchmo
44 SUN Oct-24-1993 Circus Angelicus / The Stork
45 SUN Oct-31-1993 The Baby Vanishes / Farewell, My Friend
46 SUN Nov-7-1993 When Wishes Come True / Angelica Breaks A Leg
47 SUN Nov-14-1993 The Last Babysitter / Sour Pickles
48 SUN Nov-21-1993 Reptar 2010 / Stu Gets A Job
49 SUN Nov-28-1993 Give & Take / The Gold Rush
50 SUN Dec-5-1993 Home Movies / The Mysterious Mr. Fiend
51 SUN Dec-12-1993 Cuffed / The Blizzard
52 SUN Dec-19-1993 Destination: Moon / Angelica's Birthday
53 SUN Dec-26-1993 Princess Angelica / The Odd Couple

54 SUN Jan-2-1994 Naked Tommy / Tommy And The Secret Club
55 SUN Jan-9-1994 Under Chuckie's Bed / Chuckie is Rich
56 SUN Feb-13-1994 Mommy's Little Assets / Chuckie's Wonderful Life
57 SUN Feb-20-1994 In The Dreamtime / The Unfair Pair
58 SUN Feb-27-1994 Chuckie's Red Hair / Spike Runs Away
59 SUN Mar-6-1994 The Alien / Mr. Clean
60 SUN Mar-13-1994 Angelica's Worst Nightmare / The Mega Diaper Babies
61 SUN Apr-10-1994 New Kid In Town / Pickles vs. Pickles
63 SUN May-8-1994 Kid TV / The Sky Is Falling
64 SUN May-15-1994 I Remember Melville / No More Cookies
65 SUN May-22-1994 Cradle Attraction / Moving Away

62 THU Apr-13-1995 A Rugrats Passover

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ALL AIR DATES FROM RUGRATONLINE.COM
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999 WED 8PM Dec-4-1996 A Rugrat's Chanukah
998 TUE 8PM May-6-1997 Mother's Day
66 SAT 8PM Aug-23-1997 Spike's Babies / Chicken Pops
67 SAT 8PM Aug-30-1997 Radio Daze / Psycho Angelica
68 SAT 8PM Sept-6-1997 America's Wackiest Home Videos / The 'Lympics
69 SAT 8PM Sept-13-1997 The Carwash / Heatwave
71 SAT 8PM Sept-20-1997 Faire Play / The Smell of Sucess
77 SAT 8PM Sept-27-1997 Dust Bunnies / Educating Angelica
70 SAT 8PM Oct-4-1997 Angelica's Last Stand / Clan of the Duck
73 SAT 8PM Oct-11-1997 Potty Training Spike / The Art Fair
74 SAT 8PM Oct-18-1997 Send In The Clouds / In The Naval
75 SAT 8PM Nov-1-1997 The Matresss / Looking For Jack
78 SAT 8PM Nov-8-1997 Ransom of Cynthia / Turtle Recall
79 SAT 8PM Nov-15-1997 Angelica Orders Out / Let It Snow
80 SAT 8PM Nov-22-1997 Angelica Nose Best / Pirate Light

997 FRI 8PM May-29-1998 A Rugrat's Vacation
89 SAT 8PM Aug-15-1998 Babysitting Fluffy / Sleep Trouble
86 SUN 8PM Aug-16-1998 The First Cut / Chuckie Grows
88 MON 8PM Aug-17-1998 The Wild Wild West / Angelica For A Day
83 TUE 8PM Aug-18-1998 The Word of the Day / Jonathan Baby-sits
81 WED 8PM Aug-19-1998 Grandpa's Bad Bug / Lady Luck
82 THU 8PM Aug-20-1998 Crime & Punishment / Baby Maybe
84 FRI 8PM Aug-21-1998 He Saw, She Saw / Piggy's Pizza Palace
85 SAT 8PM Aug-22-1998 Fugitive Tommy / Visiting Aunt Miriam
87 SAT 8PM Aug-29-1998 Uneasy Rider / Where's Grandpa?
76 SAT 8PM Sept-12-1998 Hiccups / Autumn Leaves
90 SAT 8PM Sept-19-1998 Journey To The Center Of The Basement / A Very McNulty Birthday
91 MON 8PM Sept-21-1998 The Family Tree
72 TUE 8PM Nov-10-1998 The Turkey Who Came To Dinner
SP WED 9PM Nov-25-1998 The Making of "The Rugrats Movie" Special

92 MON 8PM Jan-18-1999 Chuckie's Duckling / A Dog's Life
93 SAT 8PM Jan-23-1999 Chuckerfly / Angelica's Twin
100 SAT 8PM Jan-30-1999 Hand Me Downs / Angelica's Ballet
94 SAT 8PM Feb-6-1999 Rasing Dil / No Naps
95 FRI 8PM Feb-12-1999 Man of the House / A Whole New Stu
96 FRI 8PM Feb-19-1999 Submarine / Chuckie's A Lefty
97 SAT 8PM Feb-27-1999 Baking Dil / Hair!
104 SAT 8PM Mar-6-1999 Pedal Pusher / Music
101 SAT 8PM Mar-13-1999 Opposites Attract / The Art Museum
102 SAT 8PM Mar-20-1999 The Jungle / The Old Country
103 SAT 8PM Mar-27-1999 Ghost Story / Chuckie's Complaint
105 SAT 8PM Apr-10-1999 Chuckie's Bachelor Pad / Junior Prom
107 SAT 8PM Apr-17-1999 Whats Your Line? / Two By Two
109 SAT 7:30PM May-1-1999 Wrestling Grandpa / Chuckie Collects
98 SAT 9AM Aug-7-1999 Zoo Story / I Do
106 SAT 12PM Aug-7-1999 Silent Angelica / Tie My Shoes
122 SAT 8PM Oct-2-1999 No Place Like Home
112 SAT 9PM Oct-2-1999 Share and Share a Spike / Tommy for Mayor
113 SAT 9PM Oct-9-1999 Brothers Are Monsters / Cooking With Susie
114 SAT 7:30PM Oct-16-1999 Officer Chuckie / Auctioning Grandpa - 7:30p
116A SAT 8PM Oct-16-1999 Planting Dil
116B SAT 8PM Oct-23-1999 The Joke's On You
115A SAT 8PM Nov-6-1999 Partners in Crime
115B SAT 8PM Nov-13-1999 Thumb's Up
117A SAT 8PM Nov-20-1999 The Big Showdown
110 SAT 8PM Nov-27-1999 Runaway Reptar (1)
111 SAT 8:30PM Nov-27-1999 Runaway Reptar (2)
117B SAT 8PM Dec-4-1999 Doctor Susie
118A SAT 8PM Dec-18-1999 Accidents Happen

118B SAT 8PM Jan-8-2000 Pee Wee Scouts
119A SAT 8PM Jan-22-2000 Chuckie's New Shirt
119B SAT 8PM Jan-29-2000 Cavebabies
123 MON 8PM Feb-14-2000 Be My Valentine
124 MON 8PM Oct-9-2000 Discover America
125 TUE 8:30PM Nov-7-2000 Diaper Change (1)
126 WED 8:30PM Nov-8-2000 Fall Stinks (2)
127 THU 8:30PM Nov-9-2000 Don't Poop On My Parade (3)
SP SAT 6PM Nov-11-2000 The Making of Rugrats In Paris

131 MON 8PM Jan-15-2001 Finsterella
128 FRI 8PM Jan-19-2001 Angelicon / Dil's Binkie / Big Brother Chuckie
130 FRI 8PM Jan-26-2001 Sister Act / Spike's Nightscare / Cuddle Bunny
134 FRI 8PM Feb-2-2001 Changes For Chuckie / The Magic Show / A Lulu Of A Time
133 FRI 8PM Feb-9-2001 Dayscare / The Great Unknown / Falling Stars
135 FRI 8PM Feb-16-2001 Cat Got Your Tongue? / The War Room / Attention Please
136 FRI 8PM Mar-9-2001 And The Winnner Is... / Dil's Bathtime / Bigger Than Life
138 FRI 8PM Mar-30-2001 My Fair Babies / The Way Things Work / Home Sweet Home
137 FRI 8PM Apr-6-2001 Day Of The Potty / Tell-Tale Cell Phone / The Time Of Their Lives
129 FRI 8PM Apr-13-2001 Dil Saver / Cooking With Phil & Lil / Piece of Cake
132 FRI 8PM Apr-20-2001 Bad Shoes / The World According to Dil & Spike / Wash and Dry Story
139 FRI 8PM Apr-27-2001 Adventure Squad / The Way More Things Work / Talk Of The Town
99 FRI 8PM May-4-2001 The Magic Baby / Dil We Meet Again
108 FRI 8PM Jul-6-2001 All's Well That Pretends Well / Big Babies
120 FRI 8PM Jul-13-2001 Incredible Shrinking Babies / Miss Manners
121 FRI 8PM Jul-20-2001 Dose of Dil / Famous Babies
141 SAT 8PM Jul-21-2001 All Growed Up (1)
142 SAT 8:30PM Jul-21-2001 All Growed Up (2)
SP SAT 9PM Jul-21-2001 Still Babies After All These Years
140 TUE 8:30PM Dec-11-2001 A Rugrats Kwanzaa

146 SAT 9AM Feb-9-2002 Quiet Please / Early Retirement
147 SAT 9:30AM Feb-9-2002 The Doctor Is In / The Big Sneeze
148 SAT 9AM Feb-23-2002 The Fun Way Day / The Age of Aquarium
149 SAT 9AM Mar-9-2002 Daddy's Little Helpers / Hello Dilly
145 MON 8PM Mar-25-2002 Bow Wow Wedding Vows
150 SAT 9AM Apr-6-2002 Cynthia Comes Alive / Trading Phil
154 SAT 9:30AM Jun-1-2002 A Tale Of Two Puppies / Okey-Dokey Jones and the Ring of the Sunbeans
155A SAT 8:30AM Sept-21-2002 Happy Taffy
162A SAT 8:45AM Sept-21-2002 Bug Off
163B SAT 8:30AM Sept-28-2002 Who's Taffy?
166B SAT 8:45AM Sept-28-2002 Hold The Pickles
161A SAT 8:30AM Oct-5-2002 Diapies and Dragons
164B SAT 8:45AM Oct-5-2002 Lil's Phil of Trash
169B SAT 5:30PM Oct-5-2002 Kimi Takes The Cake
161B SAT 5:45PM Oct-5-2002 Baby Power
144 MON 8PM Oct-28-2002 Curse of the Werewuff - 8p
166A SAT 8:30AM Nov-16-2002 Bestest of Show
155B SAT 8:45AM Nov-16-2002 Imagine That
165A FRI 6PM Nov-22-2002 Mutts In A Name
157 SAT 8PM Nov-30-2002 The Perfect Twins
158 MON 8PM Dec-9-2002 Babies In Toyland (1)
159 MON 8:30PM Dec-9-2002 Babies In Toyland (2)

160 THU 8:30PM Jan-30-2003 Clown Around / The Baby Rewards
163A SAT 8:30AM Mar-8-2003 Starstruck
162B SAT 8:45AM Mar-8-2003 The Crawl Space
156 SAT 8:30AM Sept-6-2003 Club Fred
152 SAT 8:30AM Sept-13-2003 Back To School / Sweet Dreams
167 SAT 8:30AM Sept-20-2003 Baby Sale / Steve
153 SAT 8:30AM Sept-27-2003 A Step At A Time / Angelica's Assistant


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AIR DATES COME FROM MY OWN COLLECTION OF NICK'S SCHEDULE
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151 TUE 6PM Nov-11-2003 Murmur on Ornery Express
168 SAT ??? Nov-22-2003 The Bravliest Baby / Gimmie an "A" (from TVGuide.com)

143 FRI 7PM May-14-2004 Pre-School Daze
164A THU 6:30PM Jun-10-2004 They Came From The Backyard
169A THU 6:45PM Jun-10-2004 Fountain of Youth
M1 FRI 8PM Jun-18-2004 The Rugrats Movie (1998)
165B SUN 8AM Aug-1-2004 Hurricane Alice

DTV1 SUN 12PM Nov-13-2005 Rugrats Tales from the Crib: Snow White
M2 FRI 8PM Jun-30-2006 Rugrats in Paris (2000)
DTV2 SUN 12PM Nov-5-2006 Rugrats Tales from the Crib: Three Jacks and a Beanstalk

M3 THU 10:30PM Nov-22-2007 Rugrats Go Wild (2003)


ALL EPISODE NUMBERS TAKEN FROM:
http://www.cooltoons2.com/rugrats
 

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My favorite episodes were those produced by Paul Germain (~1992-1994). They had a dark, cynical edge to them, which was just lacking in all other seasons. Arguably the two episodes that really capture this are "Pickles vs. Pickles", where Angelica sues her parents over forcing her to eat something she doesn't want, and "The Sky is Falling", which has the babies seeking shelter because Angelica is convinced the world will end.

"What the Big People Do" is a favorite of mine too, as the babies have a vision of what adult life and work is like, which of course is completely off the mark. Ah to be young and naive.
 

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this was my favorite show when i was a kid, i loved the mispronounciations, like how Tommy pronounced "George Washington" as "George Washing Machine", But the bast part of the show was definately the baby perspective. My favorite episode was the one where they thought Tommy's grandpa was a superhero, but he was really just a wrestler (or use to be anyway), i think they called him "pretzel maker pickles" or something like that, anyway, he had to wrestle this guy (old rival) and the babies jumped into the ring to help him when he was loosing (other guy cheated), the audience thought they were midgets, gold. Also, Reptar is just awesome.
 

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I really enjoyed it as a kid, I never got to see the episodes of when dil appears and only saw two or three of them. I think those are when the majority the show was no longer as fun. But yeah I loved all the episodes I did see. I haven't watched them since I was a kid but yeah if they were on DVD I'd watch them again.

I also never saw any of the movies, they don't look particularly good though. I also hated the fact that one is a cross-over with the wild thornberries since I didn't like that show and just knowing that the shows are in continuity makes me urrghh.

I got to see a few episodes of All Grown Up and that show is not all bad, I'm sure I would have liked it a lot if I had been a kid when it aired. Though that show does lose a lot of the charm the characters had and interactions its also neat seeing them "grown up".

Always loved Reptar, some of my favorite episodes that I remember from the top of my head:

The one where they get stuck in the toystore and ends with reptar vs king kong or whatever :D
The mini-golf episode.
When Chuckie becomes rich.
The cardboard box episode.
most reptar episodes
the waterpark episode (wait, was there even one?)
 

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My favorite episode was the one where Chucky's clown lamp was broken and the babies and Angelica went to court to find out what happenned. As a matter of fact, my favorite episodes were Angelica when she was a little brat, breaking things, and making the babies think of all kinds of things, because when she got in trouble, it was so worth it watching her
 

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This used to be my favorite show, but I honestly never watched it until 1998. My brorther and I never watched Nick, unless our mom was at work and our dad was home and we watched Nick @ Nite. I remember I got up early one morning in the summer, turned the TV on, Nick was on, I watched Charlie Brown, then Rugrats came on and I loved it:anime:
 

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I remember a few episodes like the time the babies thought Dil was trapped inside the computer and then they printed him out and thought we was turned into a piece of paper or something. :D (This was episode is called "Dil Saver" by the way.)

Then there's the episode "Chuckie's Wonderful Life" where Chuckie wishes he was never born and so the world is completely different. I think Angelica works Tommy's parents and is insanely fat and Phil and Lil are out of control. Funny how the entire world becomes this apocalyptic wasteland (at least that's how I remember it) because one Chuckie Finster wasn't born! :p
 

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I don't recall too many episodes but the show certainly had is good moments. I thought they were kind of running on fumes once Dil entered the picture, especially since he didn't, you know, do anything and the writing seemed more focused on gross-out by then. That, and the animation seemed too polished by then. I will say that the show had a good long run that it pretty much deserved. Overall, I'd probably give it 3 1/2 out of 5 stars.

I like this. Let's make more talkbacks for Nickelodeon series in general like this. I've got a lot to say about Angry Beavers.
 

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My favorite episodes were those produced by Paul Germain (~1992-1994). They had a dark, cynical edge to them, which was just lacking in all other seasons. Arguably the two episodes that really capture this are "Pickles vs. Pickles", where Angelica sues her parents over forcing her to eat something she doesn't wantquote]

Those darker episodes were some fine stuff. I'm guessing Germain also produced the one where Angelica fantisises about her parents haveing a new baby that turns out to be horrible? (That one always gave me the creeps)
You know, "Pickles vs Pickles" was fantastic when I first saw it as a kid. Then the older I got the more intensely disturbing that episode became.
 

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I like this. Let's make more talkbacks for Nickelodeon series in general like this. I've got a lot to say about Angry Beavers.
I remember The Angry Beavers as well. That was a great show. I remember once they stayed up all night and when they finally realized they had stayed up later than just one night, it was like a hundred years into the future.

I miss the Rugrats. They should really come back on weekdays, say at like 5pm or something.
It does come on at 6am or so on Nicktoons Network, but I think they should it air it around that time on the main Nick channel on weekdays so I can watch it in the morning before I go to school. I'd prefer watching one of my favorite cartoons than the rubbish that is The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. :shrug:

What is with my obsession over 90's television? :D

My favorite episodes were those produced by Paul Germain (~1992-1994). They had a dark, cynical edge to them, which was just lacking in all other seasons. Arguably the two episodes that really capture this are "Pickles vs. Pickles", where Angelica sues her parents over forcing her to eat something she doesn't want
Those darker episodes were some fine stuff. I'm guessing Germain also produced the one where Angelica fantisises about her parents haveing a new baby that turns out to be horrible? (That one always gave me the creeps)
You know, "Pickles vs Pickles" was fantastic when I first saw it as a kid. Then the older I got the more intensely disturbing that episode became.
Fixed your quote of Boris...

And I saw "Pickles vs. Pickles" recently, but I still don't remember the episode clearly. :D I don't remember anything dark. I did notice baby Stu sounds exactly like Tommy and wears the same brand of "diapies".

I remember the episode about Angelica fearing a new baby brother or sister. Wasn't the baby just a hideous little thing that was a bit on the fat side? I remember a scene where Angelica is looking at her parents amusing the baby through a closet door (because she lost her room to the new baby or something.)
 

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I remember The Angry Beavers as well. That was a great show. I remember once they stayed up all night and when they finally realized they had stayed up later than just one night, it was like a hundred years into the future.
I'd give a kidney to get a hold of some Angry Beavers episodes. I didn't start taping anything until 2003, and Nick's schizophrenic lineup at the time left me in the dark way too often so I only ever got one full eppy.
 

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