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                                                       Episode Guide

#000 Tommy and The Great White Thing (Pilot) Never aired 1990

Season 1 - 1991-1992
#101 Tommy's First Birthday  First aired:11 Aug 1991
Special: In this episode we meet Tommy, Chuckie, Phil, Lil, Angelica and the rest of the gang for the first time at Tommy's birthday party. After Stu gives tommy a flying saucer for his birthday the babies start there first adventure by flying around the house and causing all sorts of Havok.
#102 Barbeque Story / Waiter, There's A Baby In My Soup  First aired: 18 Aug 1991
Stu and Didi have a 4th of July Party where Tommy looses his favorite ball.

Stu takes Tommy on a job enterview, but Tommy get's loose and destroys the kitchen.
#103 At The Movies / Slumber Party  First aired: 25 Aug 1991
Tommy wants to see Reptar, but the parents took him, and the other Rugrats, to the Westside Octoplex to see The Land Without Smiles (starring the Dummi Bears) instead. The Rugrats left Dummi Bears to go look for Reptar (showing at the same theater), leaving a path of destruction behind them.

Angelica Sleeps over at Tommy's but her desire for an open window leaves Tommy Feeling Ill. This Results in some very Crazy dreams.
#104 Baby Commercial / Little Dude  First aired: 8 Sep 1991
Betty talks about her trials and tribulations regarding placing Phil and Lil in a diaper commercial, in which the twins rather ad-lib than stick with the script.

Didi takes Tommy to her workplace - the local high school, for a visual aid. But when Tommy gets free and roams around campus, he becomes friends with a rebellious biker.
#105 Little Miss Lovely / Tommy At Bat  First aired: 15 Sep 1991
Having desire for the Kingfisher 9000 (a top-of-the-line sports boat), Stu and Grandpa enter Tommy in a beauty contest by placing him in girl's clothes and a wig, and naming him "Tonya". Their main competitor -- Angelica C. Pickles.

Using tickets Grandpa had won in a radio contest, Stu and Grandpa take Tommy to the Grizzlies' baseball game, where they play the Boston Bombers. Tommy, however, was more interested in his balloon than the ballgame. Tommy's balloon hunt helped make a very spectacular catch for Grizzlies player Bucky Majors.
#106 Ruthless Tommy / Moose Country  First aired: 6 Oct 1991
Two kidnappers mistake Tommy as the son of Ronald Thump, The Big Millionaire. They kidnap Tommy only to return him afterwards because he was too hard to handle as a hostage.

Grandpa tells the kids that there was a moose once living in the backyard and he saw it. The babies, not knowing that it wasn't a moose, go exploring in the jungle of their backyard that has stuff being done.
#107 Grandpa's Teeth / Momma Trauma  First aired: 17 Nov 1991
At the towns barbeque, Grandpa looses his teeth because he ate too much junk food. Spike finds them, and takes them away. Tommy and Chuckie follow them, and find out a duck has them. At the end, Tommy and Chuckie get the teeth back to him.

Didi and Stu take Tommy to Dr. Lepetomaine, a psychiatrist (who mainly says nothing more than "I see", which, at one point, angered Stu), after Tommy was found drawing on walls. Tommy ended up wandering around the office building, while Stu ended up being psychoanalysed.
#108 Real Or Robots / Special Delivery  First aired: 1 Dec 1991
Tommy and Chuckie see a Frankenstein horror movie, the want to know if Stu is a Robot. Stu, however is sleepwalking and dreaming he was a host of a cooking show. Tommy and Chuckie try to hurt him, thinking he was a robot, which wakes him up and scares them.

Stu ordered a doll from Eggbert Toys, his competitor, so he could check out their doll, "Tina Trousers", as a comparison to the doll he's making, "Patty Pants". Thinking that Tommy is getting a new baby in a mail, he hitches a ride with the postman to the post office.
#109 Candy Bar Creep Show / Monsters In The Garage  First aired: 5 Jan 1992
The Pickles set up a haunted house for the neighborhood kids on Halloween. As treats, they pass out "Reptar Bars", which contain "chocolate, and nuts, and caramel, and green stuff". The Rugrats go to the haunted house in search for them, eventually scaring Angelica and Grandpa as well.

A rat goes around knocking stuff off the shelves; Stu places the blame on Spike; the Rugrats blame it on the rat, then known merely as "The Monster". After hearing Boris' story about the "dibbick" fighting off the monster with his "klobbermeister", The Rugrats go into the garage in search of this "monster".
#110 Weaning Tommy / Incident In Aisle Seven  First aired: 16 Feb 1992
On advice from Dr. Homer, Tommy's dentist (Didi prefers calling him a "tooth fairy"), Stu and Didi wanted Tommy to start drinking from the cup, so Tommy won't have any bad teeth or cross-bites later. Tommy, however, wants to stick with the bottle instead.

Grandpa takes Tommy to the supermarket. Tommy ended up making a mess of things when he was looking for "Reptar Cereal" -- without Grandpa.

#111 Touchdown Tommy / The Trial  First aired: 29 Mar 1992
While Didi and Betty go shopping, Stu and the guys babysit the Rugrats while watching the Dallas Cowboys and the Houston Oilers (now Tennessee Titans, see note below) duke it out on the gridiron in "Ultra Bowl XXXVII". Later, Grandpa gives Tommy a bottle of chocolate milk; Angelica, who normally thinks she's too old for baby bottles, fights Tommy over it.

Someone broke "Mr. Fluffles" (Angelica calls it "Mr. Fluffle-Luffles"), Tommy's clown lamp, and Angelica wants to find out who. The fingerpointing, however, eventually points back to her.

#112 Fluffy Vs. Spike / Reptar's Revenge  First aired: 12 Apr 1992
Angelica brings Fluffy to Tommy's house, and Fluffy gets Spike into trouble. Angelica actually blames all the things breaking on him, so the babies try to get Fluffy and catch her in the act.

The Rugrats go looking for Reptar at the Sleazola Brothers fair. Instead, they find a cereal addicted person named Leo. I think this is the one where Angelica wants the cereal.
#113 Graham Canyon / Stu-Makers' Elves First aired: 24 May 1992
The Pickles experience car trouble en route to the Grand Canyon. Eddie & Ace, a couple of crooked auto mechanics working at "Twin Cactus Auto Repair", try to make a simple, cheap thing more expensive, but Angelica and Tommy inadvertantly stopped them from further damage while playing in a "canyon" of tires.

Stu has received an order from Mucklehoney Industries for 15,000 "Patty Pants" dolls. However, he is having trouble with the machine. Tommy and Chuckie fixed it while fetching the "Zippo-Glider", which Chuckie accidentally tossed into the basement.

Season 2 - 1992-1993
#201 Toy Palace / Sand Ho  First aired: 6 Sep 1992
Stu and Chaz take Tommy and Chuckie to the Toy Palace and Tommy and Chuckie think it would be neat to live in the store and so they sneek away. Stu and Chaz compleately oblivious to whats going on leave (with a doll and a monkey doll) Tommy and Chuckie in the store. Tommy and Chuckie explore the store with a lazy security guard watching wrestling. Tommy and Chuckie soon find out living in the toy store isn't so good when they get chased by a giant ape toy called "Thorg."

The Rugrats act out Grandpa's pirate story that he told them before he fell asleep, as usual.

#202 Chuckie Vs. The Potty / Together At Last  First aired:13 Sep 1992
Chaz wants Chuckie to be potty trained, but can't get him to go. The babies try not to let Didi and Stu make him use it. Chuckie has a dream about never learning, and he uses the potty overnight.

Phil and Lil want separate lives. What should we do. Phil going to Tommy's, with Lil's bow on. Lil staying home looking like Phil. They end up wanting to be together.

#203 The Big House / The Shot  First aired: 20 Sep 1992
Tommy has to go to an overprotective daycare with junior delinquit babies trying to break out. At first it seems like a challenge but then Tommy comes up with an idea to make them home free.

Tommy tells the babies that he's going to get his booster shot, but when Chuckie warns Tommy what it is he becomes scared and tries to avoid from getting it.
#204 Showdown At Teeter-Totter Gulch / Mirrorland  First aired: 27 Sep 1992
A mean girl steals babies toys at the park by no shadows time, so Tommy stands up to her and turns her into a nice girl.

Phil and Lil tell Tommy and Chuckie that there's a world behind the mirror, so Tommy and Chuckie explore it. The world is the complete opposite of their world, but when it gets to scary they decide to come back.
#205 Angelica In Love / Ice Cream Mountain  First aired: 4 Oct 1992
Angelica falls in love with a biker kid, but dosen't know how to tell him so she gives him hints throughout the whole episode. When they finally have a chance to be together his mom comes and picks him up. After that Angelica decides not to fall in love again, but when a cute foreign kid becomes her new neighbor she falls in love all over again.

Stu and Drew decide to play golf on an impossible course to win. Angelica says that if they win they get ice cream, so in the end the rugrats help them win and they get ice cream after all.
#206 Regarding Stuie / Garage Sale  First aired:11 Oct 1992
Stu tries to set up one of his wacky inventions on the roof and he falls off on his head and starts to think he's a baby. The rugrats take advantage of this and have fun with him but Tommy starts to miss his dad.

The Pickles throw a garage sale and Angelica tricks the babies by letting them help out and give out some stuff too. In the end when Didi and Stu come back inside the entire house is empty and the money they earned has to be used on their profits.

#207 Let There be Light / The Bank Trick  First aired:18 Oct 1992
When Stu creates a blackout all over town every light goes out. Chuckie says that now it's dark every scary monster will come out, but Tommy says that he knows where there's extra light: the refrigerator. The rugrats have an adventure, and by the time they go to the refrigerator the power comes back on.

Didi needs to go to the bank to run her errands. So in the meanwhile Tommy and Chuckie raid the bank looking for M&M's. Instead they cause havok and help the police catch two notorious criminals.
#208 Family Reunion / Grandpa's Date  First aired: 25 Oct 1992
While Grandpa goes on to Chicago because he missed his train stop (likely on purpose), the Pickles stop in (fictional) Willoughby, Iowa to attend their family reunion, hosted by Hugh Pickles and his wife, Dotti. Angelica tells Tommy and the other kids that reunions are swap meets for kids, with the kids being swapped. Her lie ended up backfiring on her, however, when a couple other farming relatives, Mackie & Edie, like a kid like Angelica, though changed to meet THEIR needs.

After 40 years, Grandpa's long, lost love, Morgana, pays a visit. Morgana broke up with Grandpa over his affair with another woman named Trixie McGee, but never knew the real story. Also, Grandpa doesn't want her to know that he's a grandfather, so he rushed Tommy and Chuckie to bed. In any case, everyone had to contend with Stu's new remote-controlled couch, which is more like a mechanical bull for 2.
#209 No Bones About It / Beach Blanket Babies  First aired: 1 Nov 1992
Tommy and The babies want to bring Spike to the museum with them, but can't. So, the babies go off when Grandpa talks to the ladies to look for a present for Spike, and they get in trouble with security chief Sally Payson.

The Rugrats go to the beach and Chuckie brings the sea monkeys from his house.Chuckie and Tommy can't lift the cooler. So, they wait for the cooler to be empty and then bring it back and throw it in.

#210 Reptar On Ice / Family Feud  First aired: 8 Nov 1992
Bored at home the grown ups decide to take the rugrats to see "Reptar On Ice", but when they find Reptar's baby the rugrats decide to be part of the act.

After Tommy, Phil and Lil's parents get in a big fight Chuckie's dad tries to make them the best of friends again. If he fails Tommy and Chuckie will never see Phil and Lil again!
#211 Superhero Chuckie / The Dog Broomer  First aired:15 Nov 1992
Captain Blasto, (which was wround since the 1950s) is Stu and Drew's favorite. They take the babies to a live shooting of an episode and Chuckie wants to be a superhero. His first order of business, take Angelica Out!

Didi thinks that Spike Needs a bath. She calls the Best Dog Groomer. Tommy and Chuckie think the Dog Groomer is trying to hurt Spike, so they try to keep him from getting washed.
#212 Aunt Miriam / The Inside Story  First aired: 22 Nov 1992
Aunt Miriam and Lou were not nice to eachother. They always did and acted like Angelica and Tommy are today. Tommy and Chuckie go in the bathroom and Find A hairdryer, a radio, and a wig. They think She's an alien and investigate.

Chuckie Accitendly swallows a watermelon seed. The babies all pretend to go inside of him, and find the seed. Angelica wants to grow the seed so Chuckie will explode and "DIE". Tommy Stops her and they get the seed,but at the end, Spike eats the seed.

#213 A Visit From Lipschitz / What The Big People Do  First aired: 29 Nov 1992
While Didi and Stu go out the famous Dr.Lipschitz babysits Tommy and Chuckie. The babies wonder about him and they accidently reveal him for the phony he is.

After Angelica gets Tommy and Chuckie in trouble they decide to be grown up, so Chuckie has a dream about it, but Angelica the boss ruins that too, so Tommy and Chuckie decide that it might be better to be babies.

#214 The Santa Experience  First aired: 6 Dec 1992
Special: After Angelica finds out that Santa Claus is a fake she decides to take away Phil and Lil's presents. Meanwhile Tommy tries to convince Chuckie that Santa Claus isn't a scary man. The adults take them all for a trip in the mountains for Christmas and there is where the Christmas spirit strikes Angelica and she decides to give Phil and Lil back their presents so she won't get coal for Christmas. Chaz decides to dresss up as Santa and when Chuckie sees him he loses his fear of Santa Claus.
#215 Visitors From Outer Space / The Case Of The Missing Rugrat  First aired: 13 Dec 1992
Angelica and the babies were kidnapped by an alien ship and found out about their Parents. They were aliens, including Grandpa! Tommy and The babies search a way to get out and meet a dude that knows the ways out. He takes Angelica and puts her in the middle of a deserted place.

Grandpa comes out of the supermarket with Tommy. Grandpa puts Tommy in a car for a moment and when he leaves the car has vanished with Tommy in it. Two Women took Tommy as a son and Grandpa tries to take him back.
#216 Chuckie Loses His Glasses / Chuckie Gets Skunked  First aired: 20 Dec 1992
Angelica plays a hide and seek game with the babies, but its all a plan to steal Chuckie's glasses. Chuckie tries to look for them but he can't see so he tries to find his "eyes", but breaks Grandpa Lou's instead. In the end Angelica literally gets sick of them and Tommy gives them to Chuckie.

The adults are trying to catch a skunk and Tommy and Chuckie join the hunt and Chuckie ends up being skunked. The babies and grown ups try everything to get rid of the smell, but the real cure is Minka's porche soup.
#217 Rebel Without A Teddy Bear / Angelica The Magnificent  First aired: 3 Jan 1993
Tommy loses his stuffed lion, but when it gets dirty Didi decides to clean it. Then Tommy gets mad and decides to act mean just like Angelica, but Chuckie eventually saves him by turning Tommy good. After that Didi gave Tommy back his lion.

Angelica gets a magic wand and causes havok all around, but when she turns Lil into a butterfly she decides that all this magic stuff is getting out of hand.

#218 Meet The Carmichaels / The Box  First aired: 10 Jan 1993
New neighbors the Carmichael's come to town and the Pickles help them get settled in. There Tommy meets all the kids: Alisa, Buster, Edwin, and Susie Carmichael. Susie tells Tommy all about her great room, but she can't find it so Tommy and Susie search all around Susie's new house for her brand new room.

Stu throws the box from what they just got, and all the rugrats imagined what they could do with the box. Racing, astronaut, anything. So, what will they do?
#219 Down The Drain / Let Them Eat Cake  First aired: 7 Feb 1993
After his toy dissapers down the bathtub drain, Tommy worries that he'll get sucked down the drain, too. After Angelica assures Tommy and Chuckie that yes, babies can and do get sucked down the drain, the boys do everything they can think of to avoid taking a bath.

Didi's half brother, Ben, gets married. All Tommy and Chuckie can think about is the fact that they'll get cake after the ceremony. Things take a turn for the worst, though, when Elaine, Ben's bride, gets cold feet and dissapers. In the end Tommy and Chuckie, on their search for the wedding cake, are the ones that find her.
#220 The Seven Voyages Of Cynthia / My Friend Barney  First aired: 14 Mar 1993
While Stu and Drew are cleaning Drew's boat, Chuckie and Tommy shanghaied Cynthia so she could be captain; however, when she got lost in the sewer system, it broke Angelica's heart. She did get her back, but not without sailing miles and miles in the sewers and taking a bath in toxic waste. Meanwhile, after being chased away by Angelica, Spike hitches a ride in a garbage truck to the city dump, which doubles as a "scenic overlook".

Chuckie introduces his imaginary friend, Barney (who looks just like Chuckie, according to Chuckie), to the other Rugrats, but becomes concerned when Barney "oversteps his authority". Meanwhile, Didi runs with Betty in the "Save The Grunion" 10K marathon, paying a little "price" at its end.

#221 Feeding Hubert / Spike The Wonder Dog  First aired: 21 Mar 1993
The Babies all here the same Noise Every Night every week. They find out it's a garbage truck, and they try to feed him Stuff. The babies find the garage is messy, and they let all the stuff out, leaving a mess of recycling.

The Babies see a Oodles The Talking Poodle commercial with a talking dog. They think Spike will be able to talk, but he can't. Angelica puts a microphone in his collar, and sounds like Spike is Talking, but he's not.

#222 The Slide / The Big Flush  First aired: 28 Mar 1993
After Chuckie mistakenly goes down the "big-kids slide" at a Chuck E. Cheese-type place, he is afraid of all slides, and Angelica and Susie bet on whether he will go down another slide.

The Pickles and DeVilles go to an indoor swimming pool, and the babies, convinced that it's a giant toilet, try to flush it by jumping on the diving board; and Stu must face his fear of the High Dive to save the babies.
#223 King Ten Pin / Runaway Angelica  First aired: 4 Apr 1993
Grandpa is determined to beat Billy "Strike" Maxwell, his long-time challenger who insures his victory by having the game rigged. The Rugrats, looking for the "chocolate chip" (championship) and the "big candy dish" (bowling trophies), inadvertently exposed the fraud.

Angelica is mad at Drew for punishing her for messing up his den. Angelica is so mad that she runs away from home and goes to live in Spike's Doghouse in Tommy's backyard. After figuring out that she loves her parents, she moves back in with them.

#224 Game Show Didi / Toys In The Attic  First aired: 11 Apr 1993
Being a game show contestant on "Super Stumper's" (taped at KLPO's TV studios), Didi spins her "Wheel Of Fortune" and "Presses Her Luck" in order to beat Eugene Haynes, a self-proclaimed genius from Philadelphia, who would go as far as the "Pyramids" to win. Meanwhile, looking for Didi's "place in the sun", the Rugrats wander around the station, putting the studio in "Jeopardy!" Will they "Face The Music"? Will Didi keep her "Concentration"? "The Joker's Wild" as Didi's "place in the sun" can be hers, if "The Price Is Right".

Didi, Stu, Drew, and Charlotte go on a week long vacation and leave Angelica and Tommy at Minka and Boris's house. Tommy and Angelica think it's boring so they look for toys, ending up finding Didi's old toys.
#225 Driving Miss Angelica / Susie Vs. Angelica  First aired: 2 May 1993
After being saved by Angelica, Chuckie has to be Angelica's slave for life but when he saves her things go the other way around.

Susie impress the babies when she stands up to Angelica for them, but to get back at her Angelica says that she can do anything better than Susie can. They have all these competitons and after being tied they decide that everyone is the best at something sometimes.
#226 Tooth Or Dare / Party Animals  First aired: 9 May 1993
When Susie tells Angelica about the tooth fairy giving you money Angelica decides to take Chuckie's teeth and make money at the same time.

Grandpa Lou tells the rugrats about Aladdin and his magic lamp, so Angelica and the other rugrats make a wish on a real lamp. When it dosen't work Angelica falls asleep but the babies stay awake for the grown ups costume party where they think that all their wishes came true. By the time they tell Angelica the party's over and she dosen't believe the babies.
Season 3 - 1993-1994
#301 Dummi Bear Dinner Disaster / Twins Pique  First aired: 26 Sep 1993
Paul Gatsby, the creator of the Dummi Bears, comes to dinner at the Carmicheals' house. Susie thinks that every time Paul and her father, Randy (who's the head writer for the Dummi Bears) get together, Paul buys the Carmicheals' a new house. Because of this, she and the rest of the Rugrats decide to ruin the dinner so Paul will be mad and not make the Carmicheals' move.

Phil and Lil are tired of Betty and Howard mixing them up, so they both become new people. Lil decided she wants to be Angelica, and Phil decided he wants to be Chuckie.

#302 Chuckie's First Haircut / Cool Hand Angelica  First aired: 3 Oct 1993
Chuckie is scared to get a haircut so the rugrats try to make him get over this fear.

After Susie talks about her rough experiences at camp Angelica says that she could handle that entire camp in a day. Of course she's lying and trying to make herself look good but her wish comes true when her parents enroll her in the same camp as Susie and she realizes that it's not a piece of cake.
#303 Tricycle Thief / Rhinoceritis!  First aired: 10 Oct 1993
Susie's tricycle is missing, and everyone immediately blames Angelica. She denies it, but there is lots of evidence. Did she steal it?

Playing doctor (not THAT kind of playing doctor) with her "Binks McGill" doctor kit (based on the TV show), Angelica diagnoses Chuckie with the entirely ficticious "Rhinoceritis", in which Chuckie will turn into a rhino. The signs of "Rhinoceritis" includes a bump on a head (where "a horn is growing in"), scaly skin (actually, scabs), and ornery behavior. Meanwhile, Drew helps Stu and Didi with their income tax, with some sound advice for those who don't file properly.
#304 Grandpa Moves Out / The Legend Of Satchmo  First aired: 17 Oct 1993
After ruining dinner, making Tommy cry and Spike growl, Grandpa gets out of everyone's way by moving to Flushing Waters Retirement Home, which is luxury, (so it says in the commercial), which turns out to be your run-in-the-mill retirement home.

The babies, Angelica, and Grandpa have a campout outside. Grandpa tells the legend of the Satchmo, which leads to Chuckie using the restroom, and Tommy figuring out where Chuckie is. Angelica scares them, Stu is scared to let them sleep outside because of a campout when he was younger. He calms himself down and sleeps with the kids.
#305 Circus Angelicus / The Stork  First aired: 24 Oct 1993
Intrigued by the neighborhood circus show, Angelica puts on a show of her own, with the Rugrats volunteering (actually, drafted).

Angelica asks "Where do babies come from?". Her parents originally planned to give her a well-thought-out answer, but ended up answering "the stork". After Angelica tells the Rugrats about this, Tommy finds his new "brother", "Milton", in the nest, as an unhatched egg. Angelica, however, wants it ("Miltonia", her new "sister"), to herself.
#306 The Baby Vanishes / Farewell, My Friend  First aired: 31 Oct 1993
Angelica uses her mother's vanishing cream (thinking it can make people "invisible") on herself and Tommy and Chuckie, but she wants to be noticed later on.

When a glass was broken in Chaz's greenhouse while the Rugrats go on an adventure, Chuckie does not want to go on any adventures with his friends anymore, but Chuckie's decision also affects Chuckie and Tommy's friendship.
#307 When Wishes Come True / Angelica Breaks A Leg  First aired: 7 Nov 1993
Tommy gets mad at Angelica for ruining his "3 Baby's and a Guitar" statue. So Tommy wishes for the worst thing to happen for Angelica. She turned stone, but the babies don't know it's Drew's annivesary present for Charlotte

Charlotte and Drew go on a power rafting trip. Angelica has to stay with Uncle Stu and Aunt Didi. She gets mad for not giving her attiention, so she fakes breaking a leg. It drives Stu and Didi nuts, but she eventually gets caught and in the end she gets it back double as Charlotte breaks her leg.

#308 The Last Babysitter / Sour Pickles  First aired: 14 Nov 1993
Elysa finally gets a chance to be mature and responsible by basysitting Tommy, Susie, Buster, and other babies but promblems arise when the lights blackout and Tommy and Suzie see a shadow in the hall.

Grandpa Lou tells the story of how much Stu and Drew fought as babies and try to get th eold tv working so they can watch the TV show, "Blocky and Oxwinkle".
#309 Reptar 2010 / Stu Gets A Job  First aired: 21 Nov 1993
The Rugrats are having fun watching Reptar 2010 when suddenly the video breaks. So the Rugrats become Reptommy, Chucktar, Replil, Repphil, and Reptelica and create their own endings to the movie.

At Didi's suggestion, Stu gets a job working for the Consoldated Lard company. It takes Tommy to make Stu realize where his place truly is.

#310 Give And Take / The Gold Rush  First aired: 28 Nov 1993
Tommy "accidentally" lets Chuckie borrow his Boppo toy. Chuckie then realizes it's a clown toy. Angelica finds a switch on it and Chuckie pulls it, deflating Boppo. Then Tommy comes over and sees the deflated Boppo, Then Stu inflates it again.

Angelica finds a nickel in the sand box and thinks there's a fortune under the sand, so the babies dig. They start arguing about finding more nickels. Angelica maks the nickel with an X, but the wind blows it away and Angelica digs frantically to find it again. The babies don't care about nickels anymore and they just play happily again.
#311 Home Movies / The Mysterious Mr. Friend  First aired: 5 Dec 1993
Stu shows everyone boring home movies, but the kids make drawings of their own that are brought to life by the Rugrats cartoonists. A VERY cool story with actual art by the children of the makers of Rugrats.

Stu invents a new toy: a scary walking, talking, heat-seeking clown doll. The babies encounter it, and are horrified. Eventually, it all comes down to a final battle royale between Tommy and friends and an army of "Mr. Fiends." The babies win the day...or do they?
#312 Cuffed / The Blizzard  First aired: 12 Dec 1993
After playing with a pair of toy hand-cuffs to be donated to an orphanage, Chuckie and Angelica got cuffed together with it and they've lost the key.

Chuckies favorite toy bus that he got from Santa gets broken after Stu steps on it, and whats worse is a blizzard is going to hit them. After the blizzard when playing in the snow Lou says that it looks like the North Pole. And so Chuckie gets an idea and says to the rest of the Rugrats that if the North Pole is near than so is Santa, and he can fix Chuckies toy. And so they go on an adventure to find Santa braving the blizzards, and harsh coldness of the North Pole (Tommys back yard). On the way they meet Angelica (Angelanik of the North) whos only going along to get toys. Later the Rugrats find out they went the wrong way and ended up at the South Pole. While the others are dissapointed Tommy thinks it's great that they managed to find the South Pole. And so Lou fixed Chuckies bus and the Rugrats had a fun adventure in the blizzard.
#313 Destination: Moon / Angelica's Birthday  First aired:19 Dec 1993
When Chuckie's toy rocket flies too high, the babies think that it has gone to the moon. Thinking Grandpa Lou's new trailer is a rocket ship, the pretend to fly to the moon to search for Chuckie's rocket. But they have to watch out for moon monsters!

It's Angelica's birthday and she's excited, until Grandpa Lou tells her what it's like to be old. So, she decides to become a baby again, but soon finds it's not as great as she thinks.
#314 Princess Angelica / The Odd Couple  First aired: 26 Dec 1993
After intensive testing by the Rugrats, it is proven that Angelica is the princess, and contemplates leaving her "fake" parents (Drew & Charlotte, who makes her clean her room once a month) for her "real", royal ones (actually, Sal Fusco, "Home Office King" (555-KING), who charges $100 for a house call).

Tommy is staying over at Chuckie's house for a long weekend while his parents go to Wisconsin for a cheese tasting tour. Tommy and Chuckie think they're going to get along great, but soon they start fighting about their different ways of doing stuff.

#315 Naked Tommy / Tommy and the Secret Club  First aired: 2 Jan 1994
Trying to be just like Spike, Tommy takes off his clothes, and entices the other Rugrats to do the same, while Stu finds a way to keep Tommy's clothes on.

Angelica is forming a new club, and is running a contest to see who will become a member. The benefit: the member becomes Angelica's slave.
#316 Under Chuckie's Bed / Chuckie Is Rich  First aired: 9 Jan 1994
When Chaz replaces Chuckie's crib with a bed, Chuckie starts to be afraid of the monster under the bed, and it's up to Tommy and Chuckie to face the monster.

When Chaz wins a clearing house sweepstakes, Chaz and Chuckie are rich, and Chuckie lives the high life until Chaz blows all his fortune in a bad investment.
#317 Mommy's Little Assets / Chuckie's Wonderful Life  First aired: 13 Feb 1994
Charlotte brings Tommy and Angelica to her office building where, while Charlotte makes a deal with the Famous Ethel cookie factory, Tommy and Angelica wreak havoc in the office by damaging plans for the Cookieland theme park and breking Jonathan's fish aquarium.

When Chuckie accidently gives Angelica his father's Latvian Polka Dances CD (using it as a toy), Chuckie, who wishes he weren't born, has a chance to see what would be of the world if it weren't for Chuckie.

#318 In The Dreamtime / The Unfair Pair  First aired: 20 Feb 1994
After having vivid dreams at night, Chuckie is having trouble distinguishing fantasy from reality. His difficulty, however, almost had disasterous results when he wanders into the next yard, where a bulldog is sitting.

When Angelica thinks every family would have one favorite child, there is one problem when it comes to which of the twins Phil and Lil are their favorite.
#319 Chuckie's Red Hair / Spike Runs Away  First aired: 27 Feb 1994
Chuckie hates being noticed by everyone because of his red hair, so he uses Grandpa Lou's hair dye and turns it black, only to realized he liked getting attention in the first place.

When Spike suddenly runs away, Tommy is sad. So Stu and Didi try new pets. The poodle is too mean, the gerbils have ran away and Grandpa Lou squished the spider. Will Spike come back or will he never come home?

#320 The Alien / Mr. Clean  First aired: 6 Mar 1994
When Chuckie gets a new playhouse, Angelica scapegoats Chuckie for being an alien, thinking the playhouse is a UFO and Chuckie is trying to trick the babies into being abducted.

After being told by Chaz about germs after Chuckie was caught playing near germs, Chuckie becomes an overprotective germ freak who couldn't even play with the Rugrats.
#321 Angelica's Worst Nightmare / The Mega Diaper Babies  First aired: 13 Mar 1994
Charlotte is having a baby, but Angelica does not like the idea of having another mouth to feed.

The Rugrats play-act their favorite super-heroes, "The Mega Hyper-Heroes", a Captain Planet-type program, as Angelica commandeers their action figures.
#322 New Kid In Town / Pickles Vs. Pickles  First aired: 10 Apr 1994
Tired of Angelica being bad to them all the time; the Rugrats find Josh, another friend to play with. It started out okay, but it turns out, however, that he is more meaner than Angelica, going as far as risking their lives with a game called "Pillow" (he swings high and jumps ON the babies). According to Josh, what's "fair" is what he (and later, his fist) decides to be fair.

Tired of being hassled all the time by her parents, especially when it comes down to the foods she's required to eat, Angelica doesn't take the law into her own hands -- she takes them to court.
#323 Kid TV / The Sky Is Falling  First aired: 8 May 1994
After being disgusted by a competitor's toy commercial on TV (a "Transformer"-type flying bird that flies, goes in space, does your homework, etc.), Stu throws his invention (similar to what's on the commercial, except it doesn't do anything) at the TV, breaking the TV and the bird (the latter already broken to begin with). Afterwards, the Rugrats use a box (a "Cheese of the Month" box that was to be used to ship the TV back to Japan) to make their own shows, all making a rather colorful lineup.

Following Angelica's story on "The End of the World" (which previously happened 2 years before), the Rugrats prepare for the falling sky, and its aftermath (Angelica becomes the world President and orders the Rugrats to do what she says), while Stu and Chazz brush up on their tennis.
#324 I Remember Melville / No More Cookies  First aired: 15 May 1994
Melville, Chuckie's pet bug, died while in the other Rugrats' care. They try to find ways to avoid passing that fact to Chuckie.

After getting sick as a result of eating too much cookies, Angelica swears off them, depending on the other Rugrats to keep her away from cookies.
#325 Cradle Attraction / Moving Away  First aired: 22 May 1994
Chuckie has a girlfriend, Megan. They like each other in an unorthodox manner -- by teasing each other.

Angelica and her parents are moving to New York, only to have their plans thwarted by Jonathan at the last minute. Tommy explains to the other Rugrats on how they met for the first time, thanks to Angelica's lies about each other.
#326 Passover  First aired: 29 May 1994
Special: After arguing with Minka over his spotted glasses, Boris runs away. Later, after feeling bad, he decides to get Minka's glasses, only to be trapped in the attic by Angelica, Tommy and Chuckie. Each family member finds him, as well as end up being locked in the attic (it locks from the outside). While in the attic, Boris tells the story on how Passover was established. Angelica, imagining the story as it unfolds, picture herself as the Pharaoh, Tommy as Moses, and the babies as Hebrew slaves.

Season 4 - 1996-1997
#401 Chanukah  First aired: 6 Dec 1996
Special: After Grandma Minka tells some of the story of Chanukah, Grandpa Boris was infuriated after hearing that at last minute, Boris was replaced by an old rival for the role of King Antiochus, "...the meaning of Chanukah" in a Chanukah play. The babies are convinced that the rival is "the meany of Chanukah" and the babies are determined to get the "meany", while Stu makes a mechanical menorah (candlabre to put the eight candles of Chanukah), he has to go all the way to the synagogue where the play is at to bring his menorah.
#402 Mother's Day  First aired: 9 May 1997
Special: The Rugrats find presents for their mother, but ended up trying to find Chuckie a mother, as he didn't have one. The answers for this mystery are in a special box, which Chazz doesn't want Chuckie to see. Meanwhile, Stu works on his present for Didi -- a robot that uses "Clapper" technology and used to automatically cook AND serve a person's meal, as well as clean the house (like his other inventions, it went haywire), Betty uses a computer to collect her thoughts on being a mother of twins (using these thoughts to reprogram Stu's robot, it overloaded the computer), Didi takes Minka to the International House of Mud for a mud bath (Minka doesn't like bathing with strangers, and you can get all the mud you want at home for free), and Angelica builds a statue of herself using macaroni, gum, and glue (Chuckie broke it).

#403 Vacation  First aired: 31 Dec 1997
Special: In this episode, the Pickles, Finsters & DeVilles journey to the notorious gaming capitol of the world, Las Vegas (the babies call it "Slots Vegas"). At a Viking-Circus-Arctic oriented hotel complex, the women go have fun on their own, leaving the men to watch the babies. Stu was stuck with the babies when Chazz and Howard decided to have fun on their own, while Grandpa decided to do a little gambling. All heck later broke loose in the smorgasbord room when the Rugrats escaped from Stu to look for Heimlich and Bob's "kitties" (actually, tigers, which are displayed on Jumbovision for everyone to see). And yes, we get to hear Angelica sing a real, professional song on Heimlich & Bob's stage.
#404 Spike's Babies / Chicken Pops  First aired: 23 Aug 1997
The Rugrats are puzzled by the erratic behavior of Spike, who has stolen Angelica's play barbecue, Chuckie's shirt and Stu's franks and frequently goes under the house. The Rugrats thought Spike was under control of aliens from "the planet on Chuckie's shirt". The real story is that Spike has adopted kittens, his "babies". Meanwhile, Stu builds a japanese-style barbecue and a walkway, though he's having trouble keeping the babies out of the fresh cement.

Chuckie develops the chicken pox, and dosen't know what they are so Angelica makes something up and says that it turns you into a chicken. The babies avoid him until Susie shows up and tells them what chicken pox really does.
#405 Radio Daze / Psycho Angelica  First aired: 30 Aug 1997
While listening to an old radio show with Grandpa, The Masked Detective, Tommy plays the detective and help solve a mystery of "The Malties Woodchuck", where Angelica wants to take the "Malties" (choclolate-coated malt balls) that are hidden inside a hollowed-out woodchuck (which is placed inside a locked drawer) and eat all of them herself. The Rugrats play-act the case in a film-noir fashion, while the actual radio show is played in the background. In the actual radio show, The Masked Detective looks for Madame Evil, who has stolen rocket pellets from a scientist.

Angelica's a psycho, but we all love her anyway. Seriously, Angelica becomes the Rugrats' "Psychic Friend" by predicting the future. But her antics, demands for payment in toys & cookies and outlandish predictions make her their "Psychic Fiend" instead. Meanwhile, the adults watch Stu's knee surgery on video, while eating pizza.

#406 America's Wackiest Home Movies / The 'Lympics  First aired: 6 Sep 1997
To win a contest on a tv show Stu and Drew try to record their children's wackiest moments, but they keep missing it every time. Stu determined to win throws a party, but they both end up doing something wacky. Grandpa Lou records it a wins the contest in the end.

Angelica's babies and Timmy McNulty's brothers compete in various athletic activities for the grand prize -- each other's gold medals.

#407 The Carwash / Heatwave  First aired: 13 Sep 1997
Stu and Chaz take the babies to a carwash to get the car cleaned, but Angelica tells them something bad about it and now they're afraid to go.

Trying to fight their thirst on a hot day, the Rugrats get a drink from a drinking fountain, only to get their relief thwarted when Grandpa broke a water main after a couple of workers leave for a "mid-morning pre-lunch break" (to get away from Grandpa's boring storytelling). However, with the help of Sabu, they manage to find relief before the most brutal time of the day, "The Time of No Shadows" (noon).
#408 Faire Play / The Smell of Success  First aired: 20 Sep 1997
The Rugrats and the Pickles go to a medieval fair, where Didi, Stu and Grandpa will be helping out. While Didi makes stained-glass windows, Stu and Grandpa operate a mechanical dragon that Stu invented. However, thanks to the mechanical dragon's numerous glitches, it ended up making an "Ye Olde Mess" out of the entire fair. However, there's one thing that can help defeat the dragon... Reptar. And its all based on the Rugrats' wishes.

After trying countless remedies to cure Chuckie's stuffed-up nose without any success, Chazz took him to Dr. Brander, where she cured Chuckie's congestion with "The Noserator." Afterwards, Chuckie can smell anything and everything. However, success has its price.

#409 Dust Bunnies / Educating Angelica  First aired: 27 Sep 1997
Didi cleans around the house and there's dust all over, so Angelica tells Tommy and Chuckie that they are dust bunnies. Throughout the whole episode they try to outrun the dust bunnies, but will they make it!

Charlotte finally decides to take Angelica to preschool, but Angelica soon learns that its not as easy as it seems. She has a problem with sharing, so she brings Tommy to school but even he makes better friends than Angelica. In the end she makes friends and learns the value of sharing.
#410 Angelica's Last Stand / Clan of the Duck  First aired: 4 Oct 1997
Angelica tries to make money by running a lemonade stand. She tricks the babies into working for her, but when the babies aren't getting paid Susie suggest that they go on a strike. It eventually kicks in, and they all decide to run the stand equally.

Lil says that dresses are better than pants, so Chuckie and Phil try it and they like it. Things go well until they go to the park and two babies fall in love with them, so they recieve help from these Scotish babies who all wear dresses.
#411 Potty Training Spike / The Art Fair  First aired: 11 Oct 1997
After using the potty trainer a while, Chazz decides to graduate Chuckie to the toilet, using the Big Boy Potty Training Seat. But after noticing that Spike is using the tree to "do his business", Chuckie decides to follow suit, but Didi insisted that Chuckie uses the toilet. At this point, Tommy thought the rules have changed regarding the use of the tree as a "rest area". Therefore, the Rugrats decide to teach Spike to "relieve himself" the way humans do, first by using a diaper on Spike, then by having him use a toilet. As for Chuckie, he's afraid to go himself while everyone else is looking at him.

After Angelica leaves the room after finishing her painting, the Rugrats come in and do finger-painting on it. After Angelica noticed what they did, she chased them around the room in a fit of anger, splattering paint all over the place. When Charlotte noticed this, she called it a work of art, and hired her to redecorate Chazz's den. The moment came when Charlotte entered Angelica into an art contest. But will the judge and the public know her "secret"?

#413 The Turkey Who Came To Dinner  First aired: 21 Oct 1997
Special: The Pickles and their friends spend the day making dinner and watching parades and football on TV. However, their plans ran amok when no one bought a turkey for dinner, so the ladies went to the store to get one, only to leave with turkey alternatives, like turkey hot dogs, and they ruined that, too. Meanwhile, the guys set up multiple satellite dishes so they can watch an array of football games, but their fun broke down when they all argue on what game they should concentrate on, with Chazz voting for the non-traditional nature documentaries. Also, Angelica and the Rugrats put on a parade, only that the adults were either cooking or watching the games. All of them placed a blame on a live turkey Grandpa won in a canasta game. What Angelica really wants is to see that turkey get cooked for Thanksgiving, something the Rugrats don't want, even though it "caused" so much trouble.

#414 The Mattress / Looking For Jack  First aired: 1 Nov 1997
Grandpa is suffering from aches and pains all over his body. The cause of all his suffering -- his mattress, which he was sleeping on since World War II; he was sleeping in it for so long, he has left his body-shaped indentation on the mattress. Stu forces Grandpa to give it up by throwing the old mattress into the trash and buy a state-of-the-art bed in its place. While Stu throws the mattress away, the Rugrats look on, thinking that it was the monster that caused Grandpa to writhe in pain so much.

On the way to a "Dummi Bears" concert, Charlotte's minivan gets a flat tire after running over a bunch of broken bottles of olive oil. She looks for a jack, but the minivan wasn't equipped with one, sho she calls her mechanic, without success. Meanwhile, the Rugrats try to look for a "Jack" for her, but ended up inside an Italian restaurant. They found a "Jack", but this "Jack"'s an Italian restauranteur with an interest in the "Dummi Bears".
#415 Ransom of Cynthia / Turtle Recall  First aired: 8 Nov 1997
Angelica eats all her candy at Susie's birthday party and finishes it. She wants more, but her dad won't let her. She tricks the babies into getting her candy by being a burglar and hiding Cynthia. She tricks them eats the candy, and gets sick. While Spike, ends up finding Cynthia.

The Rugrats, Stu and Chazz go to the mall and look for some kind of grill. Stu gets hooked onto the football game and forgets about the babies. The babies wander around the mall and find a fountain, and see a turtle they think belongs to the fountain. They bring it back, ending up bending the top and buying it with the Turtle.
#416 Angelica Orders Out / Let It Snow  First aired: 15 Nov 1997
Stu invents the "Pickles Voice Frequency Modulator 5000", a microphone that distorts voices. Angelica's distorted voice sounds exactly like Charlotte's. While the Stu, Didi & Chaz are away at a whicker seminar, and advantage of the mike, and the phone's speed-dial function, by placing orders for sweets from Zippy's Deli, and by tricking the other grownups in believing that a surprise birthday party for Angelica is being organized.

At Grandpa's insistence, The Pickles take their annual Christmas picture in August, but since it's so far in advance, the Rugrats thought that Santa forgot the snow. They do everything to get him to stop for presents.

#417 Angelica Nose Best / Pirate Light  First aired: 22 Nov 1997
The Rugrats listen to the story of Pinocchio on tape. Later, during the day, Angelica destroyed Didi's jigsaw puzzle and ate all of Grandpa's candy bars, pinning the crimes on Spike & Fluffy,. That night, while she's sleeping, a mosquito bites Angelica,s nose. The next day, after she breaks Charlotte's very expensive vase, she places the blame on the Rugrats. the Rugrats tell her that it's growing because she's lying, but she won't believe them. When she tells them that she has trouble telling the truth, the Rugrats help her tell the truth.

After the pilot light went out in the water heater, Stu calls a repairman over to fix it. However, the repairman ended up doing battle with the Rugrats when they think that he's a pirate trying to steal the "pirate light" and the treasure.
Season 5 - 1997-1998
#501 Grandpa's Bad Bug / Lady Luck  First aired: 29 Nov 1997
Grandpa gets out of doing chores by faking a "bad bug", though the Rugrats thought that he actually eaten one. To take care of this, they find some "good bugs" for Grandpa to eat.

Grandpa takes Tommy & Chuckie to the new Seniors Center to play bingo. When Grandpa starts losing, however, Tommy & Chuckie look for "Lady Luck", who turned out to be Mrs. Holkin, the center's supervisor. While they look for her, however, they livened up the center, where "rest & relaxation is the key to happiness", especially since this is a place where aerobics and cha-chas are just as slow as Tai Chi, and where jumping over checkers is prohibited.

#502 Hiccups / Autumn Leaves  First aired: 6 Dec 1997
After eating Stu's popcorn Tommy develops a case of the hiccups. The only cure is to be scared, but Tommy is a brave baby and isn't scared of anything.

Chuckie thinks he made Tommy's tree in the backyard sick when he spilled apple juice on it. They put maple syrup on it, and think it will stick, but it won't. Then, they find out that leaves fall from every tree.
#503 Crime & Punishment / Baby Maybe  First aired: 13 Dec 1997
Chaz falls in love with Naomi, a traffic cop, but the Rugrats try to sour their relationship after Angelica's lie of cops stealing babies. Chaz's date with Naomi later becomes more bizarre after Chuckie accidentally breaks Chaz's glasses; after the breakage, Chaz went without his glasses, as he feared that the taped-up glasses would make him look like a geek.

The Rugrats' parents go out to see the opera after hiring Ben & Elaine, our newlyweds from Let Them Eat Cake, to babysit them. The couple is babysitting them to get a feel on what parenting feels like, as they plan to have kids in the future. However, the chore of babysitting babies does not go exactly as planned, in advance.
#504 The Word of the Day / Jonathan Babysits  First aired: 20 Dec 1997
Angelica auditions for a part on a Romper Room-style TV program, "Miss Carol's Happy House." However, things get nasty after the audition when Angelica overhears the 74 year-old Miss Carol say nasty things about her viewers backstage; among these nasty things included a cuss word, which Angelica learns and says to her parents.

Jonathan babysits the Rugrats at Charlotte's house while she's on assignment, but uses this opportunity to look for Charlotte's tape so he could "dig up dirt" on Charlotte for blackmailing purposes. However, he has to do this while humoring Angelica, as per Charlotte's orders. Meanwhile, the Rugrats dig up dirt (the one used to make mudpies, that is).
#505 He Saw, She Saw / Piggy's Pizza Palace  First aired: 27 Dec 1997
At a local park, where Stu & Didi took the Rugrats, Chuckie falls in love again, this time for a girl named Emma, and this time, something else gets in the way of their romance -- her big, 3-year-old brother, "Big Binky", who wants to distance Chuckie as far aways as possible from Emma. Knowing the problem, the Rugrats help Chuckie out by pestering Big Binky.

The Rugrats wander around a "Chuck E. Cheese"-type pizza restaurant after Piggy inadvertently stolen the game tickets that Angelica had won. Meanwhile, Stu & Drew try to outwit each other playing a Reptar pinball game.

#506 Fugitive Tommy / Visiting Aunt Miriam  First aired: 22 Aug 1998
Gabriel Lasky, aka "The One-Toothed Baby", pops one of the McNulty kids' balls by biting it; however, the McNultys placed the blame on another baby with one-tooth -- Tommy. As they cart Tommy up a hill for Tommy's punishment, Tommy escapes, leading to a manhunt, with the McNultys finding Tommy, and Tommy finding Gabriel. But will the McNultys learn the real story? And will they believe Tommy? While all this happens, Gabriel's grandpa cheats while playing chess with Tommy's grandpa. Not a Quinn-Martin production.

Aunt Miriam is back; this time, we're visiting her place, as she, Grandpa, and her friends play poker. The Rugrats become scared of the old ladies when one of them jokingly commented that Chuckie was good enough to eat, and when Miriam recruited Chuckie to become her "helper" (which was genuine, but the Rugrats felt different).
#507 The First Cut / Chuckie Grows  First aired: 16 Aug 1998
Tommy gets hurt while rescuing a baby bird. To help his cut heal, Didi placed a Reptar bandage over it. After Phil & Lil noticed this, they try to get hurt too, so they can get Reptar wrapped around their fingers. Meanwhile, Angelica steps in, telling Tommy that he'll have to go to the hospital to sew him up so he won't get a "reflection" (infection) and get "tangerine" (gangrene). After that, Tommy refuses to have any fun, so he won't get hurt.

It seems like it when Grandpa accidentally shrinks Chuckie's clothes in the wash, after Chuckie got dirty. Afterwards, Angelica decides to play off Chuckie by thinking that he's a giant and that he'll squash Angelica, the Rugrats and the grown-ups. In the end, this action costs Cynthia her right to have cappuccino; her miniature cappuccino machine was brought over so Stu can fix it.

#508 Uneasy Rider / Where's Grandpa?  First aired: 29 Aug 1998
Chuckie learns how to ride a bicycle, with a little help from Angelica. Once he learns, he is befriended by other big kids with bikes. But who are his real friends -- the big bike kids, or the Rugrats?

The adults accidentally left Grandpa behind at a gas station while trying to take home an easily-perishable banana tree they purchased from a nursery about 3 hours from home. Grandpa unwittingly hitches a ride with strangers, but everyone ends up at a cheesy, Canadian-themed tourist stop called "North Of The Border" ("Where You Can Go To Canada Without Crossing The Border"). Tommy & Chuckie try to reunite Grandpa with Stu & Didi, but there's one slight problem -- Grandpa thinks he's in Canada -- with no ID (Tommy threw his wallet out the car window).

#509 The Wild Wild West / Angelica For A Day  First aired: 17 Aug 1998
The Rugrats play "Cowboys & Indians", with Angelica playing ice cream thief after stealing coupons for free ice cream from an ice cream man.

The Rugrats take the expression "If I were in your shoes" litterally when Angelica and Chuckie change shoes and personalities. Things go bad, but it gets really worse when Tommy takes off Angelica's shoes from Chuckie's feet and he still acts like her. Later on Tommy wakes up, realizes that it was all a dream, and is glad that Chuckie is Chuckie and Angelica is Angelica.
#510 Babysitting Fluffy / Sleep Trouble  First aired: 15 Aug 1998
Angelica and her family go on vacation, but Fluffy stays behind at Chuckie's house. But there are 2 problems: Fluffy hates Chuckie, and Chaz is allergic to cats. Eventually, the other Rugrats help out in babysitting Fluffy. Meanwhile, Chaz, Stu and Betty pave Chaz's driveway, without success.

At a sleepover during a windstorm, Tommy & Chuckie try to catch the "Sandman" after hearing Stu's impromptu story about him. They eventually catch Chaz, who came home early from a party.
#511 Journey To The Center Of The Basement / A Very McNulty Birthday  First aired: 19 Sep 1998
When Chaz accidentally took Chuckie's "Reptar Jr." into the basement, the Rugrats go there to find it, with the scenario similar to Jules Verne's classic, Journey To The Center Of The Earth. Meanwhile, Chaz tries to fix some leaky plumbing himself, in order to beat the plumber's bill.

At his birthday party, Timmy McNulty bans the girls from playing because they have cooties. However, the girls get back at them by thinking that they actually have a contagious form of cooties.
#512 The Family Tree  First aired: 21 Sep 1998
Special: Tommy stays over at Chuckie's house while his parents are on their wedding anniversary. Chazz is starting to treat Tommy like he is his son and that makes Chuckie mad so he takes Angelica's advice and makes trouble for him. Later on Tommy gets whats going on and straightens things out. Meanwhile Didi has been seasick on this cruise, and when Stu finds out he discovers that she's pregnant.

The story continues in The Rugrats Movie released 20 Nov 1998 (USA)
Season 6 - 1998-1999
#601 Chuckie's Duckling / A Dog's Life  First aired: 18 Nov 1998
A baby duck hatched in Tommy's backyard, and the first thing it sees is Chuckie. Chuckie adopts the duck, which he calls "Herbert". At first, caring for Herbert was exciting, but when the novelty wears out, it becomes a chore. Meanwhile, Betty and her environmental group protest at a condo site that left the baby duck's mother without a home, while Grandpa tries to win at checkers.

Spike's attempts to save Dil from immenent danger gets Spike in trouble with Stu & Didi.
#602 Chuckerfly / Angelica's Twin  First aired: 23 Nov 1998
Dil and Angelica steal the affections of the adults because they are beautiful and cute, so Chuckie decides to turn into a butterfly to be beautiful and cute, too.

In order to get two Cynthia toys Angelica pretends that she has a twin to get double of what she wants. Everything goes well until the babies like her twin better then her so she decides to go back to being herself.
#603 Raising Dil / No Naps  First aired: 6 Dec 1998
Stu & Didi start a new baby book for Dil, to keep track of various firsts that will occur in Dil's early years. At first, of course, the book is blank, which led Angelica getting the babies to believe that Dil is not so smart. Trying to prove otherwise, Angelica and the Rugrats "train" Dil.

As a challenge to see whether the Rugrats are "grown-up", Angelica entices the Rugrats not to sleep during naptime, then uses various tactics to get them to fall asleep. The winner gets to play with Stu's newest invention, the "Magical Merry Music Ball".

#604 Man Of The House / A Whole New Stu  First aired: 12 Dec 1998
When Stu goes on a vacation he tells Tommy that he is the man of the house now, and he has to watch over Didi and Dil while he's away.

Stu gets worn out taking care of Tommy and Dil so the adults send him on a spa treatment to make him feel better.

#605 Submarine / Chuckie's A Lefty  First aired: 19 Dec 1998
Stu goes shopping for a new car which Tommy, Chuckie, and Dil pretend its a submarine and have an undersea adventure.

Chuckie thinks that he's not normal because he can color with either his left or right hand.
#606 Baking Dil / Hair!  First aired: 27 Dec 1998
Stu & Grandpa prepare a surprise birthday party for Didi. They had everything prepared except for one crucial element -- the birthday cake, which they forgot to get while rushing to get the party together. They take the Rugrats to Bob's Fully Automated Bakery to get the cake. While there, Tommy's gift to Didi, a frog, got away, prompting Dil to try and find it while the Rugrats try to rescue Dil before he becomes a cake. Meanwhile, Betty takes Didi to an English tea shop, where waiters sing songs for every occasion -- to the tune of "Hail Britannia".

Grandpa's old army buddy, Roy Davis, is paying a visit, but Grandpa's afraid that he'll be embarrased by his baldness and being out of shape. Meanwhile, afraid that Tommy will stay a baby forever because he's bald, according to Angelica (of course), the Rugrats try to find hair for Tommy.
#607 Zoo Story / I Do  First aired: 7 Jan 1999
Stu, Chaz & Howard take the Rugrats to the zoo, where the employees wear animal costumes. After noticing this, the Rugrats learn that animals are people, too, as they see these "animals" do human stuff like eat ice cream, play with toys and sell souvenirs. When placed in a caged petting zoo, they think that they will turn into animals and remain there forever and ever. Later, when Tommy dropped his trusty screwdriver outside the pen, the Rugrats call on Dil and the real animals to help him out.

After being a flower girl (again) at a wedding, Angelica makes the moment last by forcing Chuckie and Lil marry each other in a shotgun marriage ceremony; they were "married" after Chuckie & Lil were the first ones to say "I do" when Tommy asked if anyone wants to play "tag". They were satisfied with the marriage, until a new baby come along -- Dil. Meanwhile, Tommy & Phil keep their "tag" game going with only 2 people, but doesn't work out well, now that Chuckie & Lil are married.
#608 The Magic Baby / Dil We Meet Again  First aired: 15 Jan 1999
Grandpa reads the story of "Jack & The Beanstalk" to the Rugrats, while Didi makes beanbags for them. Angelica got a hold of some of those beans and passed them to the Rugrats as magic beans. When Dil ate one of the beans, the Rugrats realise that Dil had magical powers.

The grown-ups prepare for a block party. After Betty warned the Rugrats that Dil will become a watermelon if he eats too much of it, they thought that it happened when Didi took Dil inside to clean him up and was replaced at that spot with a watermelon, while they saw Chazz making balloon animals. The worst part is that watermelon is going to be part of a watermelon-eating contest.
#609 Hand Me Downs / Angelica's Ballet  First aired: 30 Jan 1999
Angelica Tells Tommy that Susie's (imaginary) sister Yvonne disappered of giving all her toys to Susie. Tommy and Chuckie think he will dissaper, and take the toys away from Dil and Didi.

Angelica drafts the Rugrats to play her ballet troupe, so she can stage her own ballet recital to prove that she can dance. She did this because (1) she lied to Susie about taking dance lessons (Angelica was expelled from dance school after 2 classes), and (2) she did this to get back at Susie, who was chosen to be a lead at her class' presentation of Swan Lake. Angelica's biggest challenge is to get Chuckie to wear a tutu; he didn't want to, as he feels embarassed wearing one (obviously). The end result -- "Angelica Lake", with a pail of water for a lake, and Dil in his high chair as a tree. Meanwhile, Stu, Drew, Randy & Chaz work on Stu's roof, having trouble finding out what caused the roofing tiles to deteriorate.
#610 Opposites Attract / The Art Museum  First aired: 13 Feb 1999
Tommy and Chuckie are getting sick and tired of each other, so they decide to hang out with people who act like them. Later on that gets annoying and they start to miss each other.

Didi takes the babies to an art museum where they cause trouble.

#611 The Jungle / The Old Country  First aired: 20 Mar 1999
At Faye's Garden Center, a plant nursery, the Rugrats think they were in a jungle after Grandpa mentions that there's so many plants, it looks like a jungle. After hearing Grandpa's tall tale about Jungle Fever, the Rugrats imagine Dil turning into a Jungle Beaver, prompting them to find a cure for Dil's condition.

The Pickles plan to spend the weekend at Boris & Minka's rented cabin in the woods. The cabin lacks any modern conveniences, such as indoor plumbing. However, when they mentioned that they're going there to help protect the cabin from the elements, Tommy & Chuckie thought that they're going to the fabled "Old Country" to protect the cabin from the "elephants". Meanwhile, Chaz goes out into the woods to find his inner caveman.
#612 Ghost Story / Chuckie's Complaint  First aired: 27 Mar 1999
Stu & Didi arrange a camping party for the Rugrats. At night, the Rugrats tell a ghost story. Angelica starts it off, with the Rugrats adding on to it. However, when the Rugrats' contributions weren't even as remotely as scary, she constantly derails them, as she wanted the story to go her way.

After seeing Reptar steal some cereal in a Reptar Cereal commercial, Chuckie writes a letter to him complaining about the commercial, with a little help from Angelica. When Chuckie decided to retract the complaint, Angelica said that it was too late, as she already "mailed" the letter. Chuckie becomes even more afraid when they go to the Video Cave arcade at "The Mall" to meet Reptar who, according to the commercial for "Reptar's Revenge" (his latest direct-to-video movie), is "mad at someone".

#613 Pedal Pusher / Music  First aired: 6 Mar 1999
Chuckie and the Rugrats go to the park to try out his new pedal-operated toy car that his father gave him. Other kids like his car so much, they become his "friends", just to get a ride. While doing so, Chuckie leaves his real friends, the Rugrats, behind. Meanwhile, Didi & Chaz compare notes on Dr. Lipschitz, with Chazz being more up-to-date on his work.

Singing! All dancing! If you liked their musical talents in the live show and the movie, you'll love (or at least, like) this episode. Recorded "live" to an audience of one (Dil).

#614 Chuckie's Bachelor Pad / Junior Prom  First aired: 10 Apr 1999
So that Chaz would have room to repaint Chuckie's room, Chaz has packed all of Chuckie's stuff away in boxes, leading Chuckie to think that his dad wants him to move out and live on his own. The Rugrats help Chuckie out by finding him a "belcher" pad to live in. But is the garden shed an ideal bachelor pad for Chuckie? Also, Chaz finds his old Lava lamp, which takes him back to the days when he was first out on his own.

After looking at prom pictures in their parents' high school yearbooks, and the fact that Alisa is going to her own prom, the Rugrats have a prom of their own, complete with a limo and chauffeur (Dil in the Reptar Wagon), so they can decide who can be prom queen -- Angelica or Susie.
#615 Silent Angelica / Tie My Shoes  First aired: 7 Apr 1999
So that Charlotte can conduct important business in peace, and so Drew & Stu can watch tennis, they tell Angelica that they'll buy a Cynthia Dream House and a mini sports car for her if she stays quiet. She ends up taking this "quiet" thing very seriously by not saying a peep, not even when the Rugrats pay a visit. Eventually, the Rugrats' racket ended up making her more angrier, with no way for her to vent her anger; also, her silence ended up affecting Charlotte's business deal, rather than helping it.

After seeing Miss Carol tie shoes on her video using toy snakes, Angelica becomes an expert a shoe-tying, and proves it by tying everything in the house -- and Chuckie's eternally-untied shoes. However, Chaz thought that Chuckie tied them all by himself. Because of this, Chuckie is afraid that his dad will get angry if he learns the truth, so he tries to keep them tied, at any cost. Meanwhile, the grown-ups try to cook burgers at their cookout.
#616 What's Your Line? / Two By Two  First aired: 17 Apr 1999
Facing a lack of jobs in the future, so says future "stand up chameleon" Angelica, she tells Chuckie that he needs to get a job soon. Chuckie tries his hand at being an ice cream man, a florist, a librarian and a father. Meanwhile, Stu, Chazz & Howard paint a fence.

In another religious episode, Boris tells the story of Noah's Ark to the Rugrats. Following the story, Angelica sees a weather report on TV, where some rain is forecasted for the area, inspiring Angelica to trick the Rugrats in believing that there will be another worldwide flood soon, prompting her to be the one and only boss and the Rugrats to build an ark and collect two of each animal. However, being the one and only boss will backfire on Angelica, as she is, of course, the one and only.

#617 All's Well That Pretends Well / Big Babies  First aired: 14 Apr 1999
The Cirque du Dummi Bear show is coming to town, and Angelica really wants to go. There's only one problem -- she's coming down with a cold. The good news (to her, of course) is that Charlotte and Drew doesn't know about her cold yet, so she makes a scheme to hide the cold from them and make them believe that one of the other Rugrats have it.

Kevin McNulty, one of Grandpa's old friends (and of course, related to Timmy and the McNulty boys), goes through the secret initiation in order to get into the Loyal Order of Wombats. After seeing this, the Rugrats have Dil go through something similar, so he could become one of the "Big Babies". In turn, their fathers mimic the Rugrats, on a bet that they could do everything the Rugrats do.
#618 Wrestling Grandpa / Chuckie Collects  First aired: 1 May 1999
Grandpa relives his glory days as a wrestler by wrestling his old nemesis, Conan McNulty (Daniel Davis). Can "Pretzel-Maker" Pickles defeat Conan "The Crusher"? The Rugrats think so, as they think that he's a super hero.

Intrigued by Chaz's unusual collection of odd asthma inhalers, Chuckie starts a rock collection, with the Rugrats adding on to it. His most-prized possession in that collection is his first rock, which is moon-shaped and reminds him of his father. The Rugrats follow suit and start collecting other items. However, collecting rocks isn't as easy as you may think.
#619 Runaway Reptar  First aired: 27 May 1999
Special: Grandpa takes the Rugrats to a dual-screen drive-in (to the Rugrats, "parking lot movie"), so Grandpa can watch one film ("Deep Sea Divers of the Rugged North", a Testline production), while the Rugrats enjoy the title picture, Rosenmount Pictures' "Runaway Reptar" (directed by Jon Ho, whose name sounds like Hawaiian singer Don Ho), where Reptar was supposed to be saving the city from another large monster, a pterodactyl named Dactar. However, the Rugrats became disappointed when they find out that Reptar is actually helping Dactar in the destruction, rather than defeating Dactar. Through imagination (How else?), the Rugrats got into the film to help Reptar save the rest of the city from his "evil twin" and defeat another enemy -- Angelica, who invented Reptar's doppleganger, just so her parents can get her all the toys she want.
Season 7 - 1999-2000
#601 No Place Like Home  First aired: 2 Oct 1999
Special: Susie goes to the hospital to get her tonsils removed. At surgery, after she's under anaestesia, she dreams of a magical world, reminiscent of The Wizard of Oz.
#602 Share and Share a Spike / Tommy For Mayor  First aired: 2 Oct 1999
Tommy wanted to play with Spike -- and so does Dil. Because of this, they are forced to share Spike. Since Tommy wanted Spike all to himself, he tries to find other suitable pets that Dil can play with, even having the other Rugrats to be Dil's pets. Meanwhile Stu and Drew still haven't learned to share.

After seeing someone on TV running for mayor of their town, the Rugrats vote to see who's going to be "mayor" of their group -- Tommy or Phil. Meanwhile, Didi and Betty work on mailouts in support of the town's mayoral candidate -- Sheila Swann.
#603 Brothers Are Monsters / Cooking With Susie  First aired: 9 Oct 1999
The Rugrats act out different animals. Tommy plays a wolf, but Dil thought he was a dog. After arguing over the issue with Tommy, Dil feels hurt and cries. Later, after the Rugrats' nap, Didi gives the Rugrats juice and cookies; the Rugrats eat theirs right away, but Tommy was still sleeping. Spike knocked the juice over, spilling on Tommy. Then, he shed some hair on Tommy. The Result -- Tommy thinks he's a monster, all because he hurt Dil's feelings. Meanwhile, Betty's brother, Freddie, pays a visit.

Susie was a first on her block to get a Cynthia Easy Cook Oven -- literally, as they weren't available to the general public yet; the makers were advertisers on the Dummi Bears show. The oven was so precious to Susie, she wouldn't sell it to anyone, not even Angelica. With the oven, she made some Reptar Snack Squares. The Rugrats ate them, but didn't like them. However, they lied to Susie and told her they were the best snacks they ever eaten; they lied (as recommended by Angelica, of course) so they wouldn't hurt Susie's feelings. Instead, this encouraged Susie to make more. They learned to lie after Didi lied about praising Stu's electronic doorstop, which was actually the most stupidest invention he had ever invented.
#604 Planting Dil / The Joke's On You  First aired: 16 Oct 1999
Didi is planting herbs in her garden, including dills, which are used in the canning of pickles. However, after hearing Didi commenting that she's going to plant alot of them, Tommy thinks that the dills for pickles are actually alot of... Dil Pickles, in which all of them would need Tommy's care.

Drew plays a practical joke on Stu, where he unwittingly hurt Grandpa with his newest invention, a robotic bee. This inspires Angelica to play a practical joke of her own on the Rugrats, setting it up so that they would think that Dil pulled these jokes. All this goes on while the Rugrats play a King Arthur adventure.

#605 Officer Chuckie / Auctioning Grandpa  First aired: 16 Oct 1999
The Rugrats are at Officer Dan's Pre-School Safety Town, a miniaturised city where safety rules are taught. While the Rugrats play on the grass, the older kids, including Angelica, race around in miniaturised play cars. When a ball goes out into the street, Chuckie catches it, but he jaywalks at an intersection. After getting caught by Officer Dan, he made Chuckie a "Safety Officer". However, Chuckie's new powers affected how the Rugrats play -- a little too much.

The Rugrats are at a craft & antique fair, where Didi is selling her "Bird Homes" -- artistic bird houses that she made. However, she hadn't made any money, or as so much as a glance from someone walking by, due to her competition. Meanwhile, Grandpa sits down on an antique rocker to tell a story to the Rugrats; naturally, he falls asleep. The rocker is up for auction, but with Grandpa still in the rocker, the Rugrats though that it was Grandpa who's up for auction, so they find a way to buy him back.

#606 Partners In Crime / Thumbs Up  First aired: 6 Nov 1999
At home, the Rugrats watch an old, "Bonnie & Clyde"-type film on TV with Grandpa. At the park, Angelica and Dil used what they saw to play "Bonnie & Clyde", with Angelica stealing food from other kids and Dil playing accomplice. Meanwhile, at the park, Grandpa continues to watch the movie on a portable TV set, getting the other adults to do the same.

Rugrats play "Follow The Leader", with Dil being the leader. When Dil sucks his thumb (mimicking Stu when he sucks his own thumb after hitting his hammer on it), the Rugrats do the same, but fail to stop. When the adults noticed this, they panicked after reading in a Lipschitz book that thumb-sucking leads to poor academic skills and bucked teeth. Angelica uses this advice to get Chuckie to believe that they'll turn into ducks.

#607 The Big Showdown / Doctor Susie  First aired: 20 Nov 1999
After watching a Reptar movie, Dil wakes up in the middle of the night, following a Reptar-sized nightmare. Concerned about the excess aggressiveness and violence that Reptar brings, Didi introduces Goober the Gopher; recommended by Dr. Lipschitz's Baby Talk Hotline, it's a goofy, yet gentle toy for Tommy and Dil. While Dil and Chuckie are kind of fond of Goober, Tommy would rather play with Reptar, which was easily found in his closet with the rest of the Reptar memorabilia. Will the Toy Fair, also recommended by "1-900-LIPSCHITZ", change the minds of Chuckie & Didi? After all, that's where both Reptar & Goober have their exhibits, and that's where trouble's waiting to happen for the men in the Goober and Reptar costumes.

After Dr. Lucy accidentally breaks one of Susie's toys, she fixes it, and teaches Susie how to be a toy "doctor". When Dil broke all of the Rugrats' toys, Susie fixed them up. But Angelica, always jealous of Susie, breaks them again and blames Susie for "malpractice". But who will bring Cynthia back to health when she gets "hurt"? Meanwhile, the Pickles have problems of their own when they have trouble with the plumbing; they call a plumber, who happens to go on his rounds in a limousine, but does a shoddy job on the pipes. Luckily, Dr. Lucy can do practically anything (hint, hint).
#608 Accidents Happen / Pee Wee Scouts  First aired: 18 Dec 1999
Following a day at the zoo and other fun attractions, Chuckie dreamt that he was an explorer going over a waterfall in a boat, which causes him to accidentally wet his bed. After Chaz determines that Chuckie may be regressing, he had Chuckie wear training pants, which is in between diapers and briefs. At night, the Rugrats try to encourage Chuckie not to fall asleep, so he won't forget to wake up to go to the bathroom.

The grown-ups gather to see old home movies of Stu as a Boy Scout and Grandpa as his leader. This encourages the Rugrats to live the scouting life, but the fun subsides when Dil gets "lost".
#609 The Incredible Shrinking Babies / Miss Manners  First aired: 29 Jan 2000
The Rugrats try to have Dil fall asleep. Later that night, Chuckie has a nightmare, where the Rugrats shrink and become the size of those "Little People" toys. Dil, however, remains normal-sized; however, to the now-miniaturised Rugrats, Dil seems more like a giant.

Angelica graduates from the "Mind My Manners Charm School", where she is taught good manners. She puts her knowledge of manners to work when an important guest, an executive for Charlotte's company, is invited to Drew & Charlotte's for dinner, leading to Angelica teaching the Rugrats some manners.

#610 Chuckie's New Shirt / Cavebabies  First aired: 30 Feb 2000
Rugrats play ball, Chuckie rips his trademark shirt with the planet on it. Chaz gets him another one. But when he finds out that that's not the same shirt as he always had, he becomes a different person named "Ralph". Meanwhile, Chaz enters a cooking contest with one of Minka's recipes. Grand Prize: a year's supply of air.

After Didi has hided the cookie jar from Angelica, Angelica has threatened the Rugrats with her starvation if they don't find the cookies in time. Their mission becomes a prehistoric fantasy, where the Rugrats, now "cavebabies", find Dil, the "Wise Cave Baby", so he can point them in the direction of the cookie jar, or, "Cookiesaurus".

#611 A Dose of Dil / Famous Babies  First aired: 13 May 2000
When everyone else is getting attention from the grown-ups, Tommy feels left out. Angelica offers Tommy a practical solution -- fake an illness or injury. Tommy takes her advice and eventually gets some attention -- from Dil.

Betty chat about "The Proud Poppas", a 60s rock-and-roll band that they loved a long time ago. This encourages Angelica to encourage the Rugrats to start their own band.

Season 8 - 2000-2002
#801 Be My Valentine  First aired: 11 Feb 2000
Special: In "Part 1", Angelica comes over, all dressed up as Cupid. Tommy threw one of Angelica's spent arrows around, which landed on Spike. When it did, Angelica suggested that the Rugrats find another animal for Spike to love, or he'll suffer a "broken heart". The Rugrats eventually found Angelica's kitty, Fluffy, as Spike's potential date. But do dogs and cats really mix? Meanwhile, the grown-ups get ready for a Valentine's Day costume party. Chazz has rented a 1957 Chevy to go along with his costume. But there's one problem that none of the guys could figure out -- how to get the keys out of a locked car.

In "Part 2", the Rugrats and the grown-ups are at the party. The grown-ups have fun at the party, while the Rugrats and the other little kids have fun in the playroom. In the playroom, the Rugrats make valentines. Chuckie makes one for his dad, but a little accident makes it a little more special. Phil makes one for Lil, but another girl has a crush on Phil. And Angelica & Susie both make one for the same boy -- Timmy McNulty.
#802 Discover America  First aired: 29 Mar 2000
Special: Grandpa & Aunt Miriam returned from a vacation and got gifts for everyone, except for Dil, whose souvenir was misplaced. So Dil wouldn't be left out, the Rugrats went on a vacation of their own in their own tour bus (Reptar Wagon), just so Dil can have a souvenir of his own. On this adventure, they visited locales such as the "Graham Canyon" (Grand Canyon), the "Pile of Rockies" (Rocky Mountains), St. Louis, the Everglades, and, of course, the "Statue of Library" (Statue of Liberty). Meanwhile, Angelica and Susie become "Easy Riders" on their own journey across America, on the run because of their criminal acts (that is, if you consider dumping cole slaw "criminal").
#803  "Rugrats In Paris" mini-documentary  First aired: 7 Nov 2000
Special: This mini-documentary, first seen at the end of the "Rugrats Discover America" video, takes a brief, 7-minute glimpse into the making of the Rugrats' second movie, including clips, pencil tests, pictures and other behind-the-scenes stuff, plus some words by Arlene Klasky, Gabor Csupo, Mark Mothersbaugh, Stig Bergqvist, Paul DeMeyer and most of the main voice actors.

#804 Acorn Nuts And Diapey Butts  First aired: 7 Nov 2000
Special: In part 1, "Diaper Change" (given in press release as "Diapey Butts"), the gang goes to the Fall Festival to see the fall colors, take hayrides, and enjoy the bounty of the harvest. Angelica takes advantage of the fall weather by reminding the Rugrats that a lot of bad things happen as the season rolls in; and it's not just falling leaves, or squirrels storing nuts for the winter. And something bad does happen, when Grandpa moves out (again) after Stu's latest invention, a Reptar robot for Euro Reptar Land, malfunctions in his basement. Meanwhile, Chaz starts to play "The Dating Game", after Betty gave him a makeover AND a date each night with one of her loony friends; Betty also had Phil & Lil switch to super-absorbent diapers, the size of extra-large Depends.

In part 2, "Fall Stinks", Tommy and the Rugrats give up Reptar for good (or not?), and bury all their Reptar stuff in the sandbox; this is after Tommy felt that it was Reptar that caused Grandpa to leave. Later, when the gang visited Grandpa, he was transported to the hospital, following a salsa-dance mishap at his new home -- a retirement community where a fun, active life is compulsory. Meanwhile, Chazz finds himself attractive to a lot of women (all of them Betty's friends), but which one does Chaz feel comfortable with the most (considering they're all "sideshow" material)?

In the conclusion, "Don't Poop On My Parade'', the Rugrats try to stop Fall by stopping the parade, and they do, with a little help of their former friend, Reptar. And in the audience, someone from Euro Reprar Land is watching, in hopes that it would become an important part of the new theme park. Meanwhile, Grandpa recovers nicely, but ends up coming down with a new disease -- the "Love Bug" -- after a nurse named Lulu brought him back to health. In a bizarre twist, this wasn't the first time they met, yet it was the first time they knew each other.

The story continues in Rugrats In Paris: The Movie released 17 Nov 2000 (USA)
#806 Finsterella  First aired: 15 Jan 2001
Special: This episode picks up where Rugrats In Paris has left off -- with the entire gang now back in the USA, with Chaz a newly-married man, and, most importantly, Chuckie gaining a new mother and sister that he likes. But if you think that the Watanabe-Finsters are going to be in a total state of bliss from now on, think again -- as long as there's Angelica, there cannot be total bliss. And who else but Angelica would put a damper on Chuckie's happiness? While Kira studies for a fairy tale play (which involves Cinderella), Angelica tries to trick Chuckie into thinking that he'll be living the same life as Cinderella -- virtually being a slave to Angelica and Kimi, while everyone else gets ready for a party that will celebrate the newlywed couple's adoption of each other's child, a couple of weeks after their marriage.
#805 Angelicon / Dil's Binkie / Big Brother Chuckie  First aired: 15 Jan 2001
At the Finsters, Stu builds a treehouse for Chuckie, Kimi, and the other Rugrats to play in. After Kimi took Cynthia from Angelica (without asking, of course) to play in her treehouse, the Rugrats imagine Angelica as if she was a monster from the jungle, a la "King Kong".

Dil's pacifier travels around the neighborhood, after it drops out of Dil's mouth.

When Chuckie is afraid of the same things that Kimi likes, he fears that he isn't such a good big brother to her. Meanwhile, Chaz & Kira start making plans for a new business venture -- a coffee house.

#807 Dil Saver / Cooking With Phil & Lil / Piece of Cake  First aired: 16 Jan 2001
When Stu started using a picture of Dil on his computer, the Rugrats thought that it is Dil himself who's trapped in there. Because of this, they treat the computer the same way they treat Dil -- like a baby. Meanwhile, Lulu & Grandpa come over to babysit the Rugrats -- including the real Dil.

After Phil & Lil knock over a blueberry pie that Didi baked, they make a new one, with the usual "different" ingredients.

Angelica is told not to eat the big cake that her mom has baked. But when she ate the whole thing without getting sick -- things happen.

#808 Sister Act / Spike's Nightscare / Cuddle Bunny  First aired: 17 Jan 2001
At an amusement park, Angelica, now the only only-child in the series, feels left out when she had no brother or sister to join her in a novelty photograph. After Drew mentioned to her that they aren't ready to have any more kids, she starts looking for someone who would make a good brother or sister for her.

When the Rugrats notice that Spike is having a nightmare, they help Spike out of it by giving him the things that help them through their nightmares.

At Edwin's birthday party, Kimi falls in love with the donkey piñata at a party, thinking that it was a "Cuddle Bunny". But when she learns that the kids will bust it open for the candy inside, the Rugrats try to save Cuddle Bunny from its impending destruction.

#809 Bad Shoes / The World According To Dil & Spike / Wash-Dry Story  First aired: 19 Jan 2001
Stu has bought a new pair of shoes. But when they clash with his suit, squeak when he walks, and hurt his feet, he rants and raves, complaining that they are "the worst shoes ever worn by a human". Overhearing this, the Rugrats figure out ways to save Reptar, Stu, and themselves from this pair of "bad shoes".

From their perspectives, Spike looks at a vacuum cleaner, while Dil looks at bubbles.

While repairing the sprinklers, Stu accidentally breaks the water main, forcing Didi, Betty, Colleen McNulty and Jonathan (for Charlotte, of course) to go to the laundromat to do their laundry. It was a good place for the Rugrats to watch the front-load washers like they're watching TV (a la Zippy The Pinhead), but when the Rugrats encounter the McNulty boys, trouble ensues. In a tribute to West Side Story, they fight over their "turf" in this musical episode, while Angelica looks for her missing Cynthia, and Jonathan complains about doing Charlotte's laundry, mentioning that working at a fast food joint is more rewarding.

#810 Dayscare / The Great Unknown / Falling Stars  First aired: 22 Jan 2001
To help expand their minds, Chaz and Kira send their kids to the Happy Clown Daycare Center, endorsed by Dr. Lipschitz. Angelica informs Chuckie & Kimi that daycare can be dangerous, as it's where the "scary kids" go to play. When they got there, Kimi ended up having a ball, while Chuckie would rather hide in balls.

The Rugrats set their sights on a staircase post, where it hides one of the Rugrats' greatest mysteries -- why does it wobble?

The gang are at the park at night to watch the stars fall. In a fantasy salute to Star Wars, the Rugrats try to keep the stars from falling by fighting the Darth Vader-like force, Angelica, that causes this phenomenon.
#811 Changes for Chuckie / The Magic Show / A Lulu Of A Time  First aired: 23 Jan 2001
Since Kira & Kimi came into Chuckie's life, he believes that everything is changing when Kira straigtens his hair, buys him new "trap-door" pajamas with feet, gives him sandwiches with crusts, and, worst of all, gives Wawa a makeover.

The Rugrats discover the first thing about magic when they sneak backstage at a magic show at the local park.

The whole family is at the retirement home, visiting Grandpa and Lulu. While Grandpa shows the adults around, Lulu babysits the Rugrats; but once she's distracted, the Rugrats wreak havoc all over the place.
#812 Cat Got Your Tongue? / The War Room / Attention Please  First aired: 24 Jan 2001
Howard has laryngitis, making it difficult for him to speak. When Lulu asks if his "cat got his tongue", the Rugrats look for Fluffy, so they can get it back.

After Grandpa told the Rugrats one of his war stories, the Rugrats rescue Dil's bottle as if they're at war.

When Kira & Chaz felt that Kimi is homesick for France, they throw her a party and shower her with gifts, all with a French theme. However, by doing so, they ended up not giving Chuckie any attention.
#813 And the Winner Is... / Dil's Bathtime / Bigger Than Life  First aired: 9 Mar 2001
Angelica & Susie compete in a talent show, with Angelica having the usual unfair advantage, thanks to a little spying, trickery, and Charlotte's usual connections. At stake -- a trip to Cynthialand. Also in the show -- Grandpa & Lulu's dance act, provided that Grandpa's trick back doesn't get in the way.

While Stu works on his latest robotic invention, Didi notices that Tommy likes baths, but Dil does not. While she gives both babies their baths, a fantasy sequence reveals the answer -- Dil imagines that he's sailing in the rough ocean.

Chuckie's afraid of losing his friends after the Rugrats are attracted to Kimi's adventures.
#814 Day Of The Potty / Tell-Tale Cell Phone / The Time Of Their Lives  First aired: 13 Mar 2001
Chuckie accidentally had his toy airplane jammed inside the toilet, which motivated Chaz into getting a new one to replace it. While the folks are shopping at a home improvement store, the Rugrats think that an entire army of toilets are out after them, to seek revenge for what Chuckie did to one of them.

When Angelica breaks her mother's cell phone (so she thinks), she hides it in a drawer and keeps it a secret. However, when she is unable to reveal the secret, it drove her nuts.

Angelica has gotten a new Cynthia watch, which she uses to trick the Rugrats into believing that they must do whatever the watch says. Basically, the watch "tells" the Rugrats to become Angelica's slaves. Then, on the way to get a snack, Angelica's watch slips off her wrist. Kimi finds it, but hides it away, so that Angelica wouldn't order the Rugrats around anymore. However, they think that time stops as long as the watch stays lost, meaning that Angelica stays around forever and ever. Meanwhile, Stu works feverishly to beat the deadline on a new shoeshine machine, saying that he has no time to spend doing anything else.

#815 My Fair Babies / The Way Things Work / Home Sweet Home  First aired: 30 Mar 2001
When Angelica decides to play "business luncheon", the Rugrats wanted to play too. However, Angelica told the Rugrats that they can't play unless they're able to wear grown-up clothes, tell jokes and not wear diapers -- her idea of growing up. Susie tries to make the Rugrats grow up, so they can join Angelica.

Tommy explains to Dil how the fridge, the toilet and the playpen work.

In celebration of a Japanese holiday, Kira wants to send her parents a package of special mementos of Chuckie and Kimi. However, Chuckie heard it as if Kira wanted to send Kimi to Japan. Chuckie and friends tries to make Kimi's last day in the US pleasant.

#816 Adventure Squad / The Way More Things Work / Talk Of The Town  First aired: 22 Apr 2001
Phil watches "Adventure Squad", a super-hero show that becomes so intriguing, that he tries to make all the Rugrats' imaginary adventures involve the "Adventure Squad". While it seemed great at first, the rules of the game, along with Phil's reluctance to play anything else, begins to take a toll on the other Rugrats.

Tommy talks to Dil about the things in the backyard, like grass, the lawn mower, Spike's doghouse, even Spike's "poopie".

Angelica recently received a Cynthia talk show outfit, while Kimi got one of those toys that you push beads along pipes. While the other Rugrats were getting ready to play "talk show", Chuckie wanted to play with the other toy, but broke it after tripping on it. Afraid that he'll make Kimi sad, he hid the broken pieces away. Angelica, however, saw the broken pieces, and organised a talk show on the Rugrats' most intimate secrets, just to find out who broke it, as well as entertain herself with a recording of an angry, upset Kimi on tape.
#817 A Rugrats Kwanzaa  First aired: 22 Apr 2001
Special: In this half-hour holiday special (which debuted in Britain 8 months early), the Carmichaels get a visit from the "Great Aunt T" (voiced by Irma P. Hall), who came over to celebrate Kwanzaa with the Carmichaels. The holiday, which the Carmichaels normally don't celebrate, celebrates the honor and greatness of the African people. However, Susie feels that she isn't as great as her brothers and sisters, all of them examples of greatness in the Carmichael family. With a little help from the Great Aunt T. and the Rugrats, she learns that everyone is great in their own way, making "Kwonzo" a joyous holiday. We also go back in time, when Aunt T met Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in the most unusual place -- at the side of the road with car trouble, as well as the time Aunt T funded Lucy's tuition money for Harvard Medical School.

Notes: This episode serves as The Carmichaels' pilot
#818 All Growed Up  First aired: 21 Jul 2001
Special: In this 60-minute episode, produced in celebration of the Rugrats' 10th anniversary, the Rugrats watch a movie on TV, where some scientists go into the future. The movie, unfortunately, was interrupted with a special presentation of Angelica singing on her new karaoke machine. Of course, when they wanted to play with her machine, she wouldn't let them. The only way to escape her tirades is to go into the future. So our favorite babies hitch a ride in Tommy's time machine, made of a deflated basketball, a jump rope, and a purloined karaoke machine, to ten years into the future, where the Rugrats become pre-teens (except for Angelica, who will actually be a teenager). After they turned older, the now-former Rugrats get ready to attend their first concert, headlined by teen sensation "Emica". Meanwhile, Stu and Didi, also ten years older, participate in a "Dinosaurs of Disco" dance contest, with Stu's disco medallion acting as a good luck charm, for him and Angelica.

This episode was highest-rated Rugrats episode ever, as well as the highest-rated program in Nickelodeon's history. Unfortunally, it was also the last episode starring Christine Cavanaugh as Chuckie.
#819 Bow Wow Wedding Vows  First aired: 5 Feb 2002
Special: In this direct-to-video episode, Tommy notices that Spike is spending more time with Fifi and less time with him. According to Angelica, the two dogs are in love. At her insistence, the Rugrats give Spike and Fifi a wedding, as it is apparent that the dogs love each other and spending alot of time together. Later, the Rugrats celebrate Easter Nickelodeon style -- in a non-religious way; they hunt for Easter eggs. Meanwhile, Spike has a special surprise for Tommy in the shed -- puppies. Also, Chaz and Kira call on an expert to help plan their Easter brunch, while Didi is afraid that Stu is spending more time on his inventions and less time on her.

#820 Quiet, Please! / Early Retirement  First aired: 9 Feb 2002
When Chaz's library book, "The History Of Nasal Inhalers", was due, he took the Rugrats to the library to return it. While there, Chaz decided to get library cards for Chuckie and Kimi, saying that they're "the window to the world". But, will the Rugrats obey the librarian's rules to keep quiet, not eat, and to put the books back? Meanwhile, Chaz's library privileges are revoked when the strict librarian noticed a microscopic tear on a book's cover, forcing him to make a deal.

The gang visits Grandpa & Lulu's retirement home, where they danced and played golf. Later, at Tommy's house, Angelica "retires" the Rugrats, just so she could watch "Cynthia P.I." in peace. It's especially important, as that episode included a sweepstakes draw for a truckload of Cynthia merchandise. But she soon learns that being in a retirement home isn't strictly quiet sleeping.
#821 The Doctor Is In / The Big Sneeze  First aired: 9 Feb 2002
Didi and Betty were listening to a radio program hosted by a woman with strong attitudes on parenting. That radio show led to Didi and Betty reevaluating their parenting skills, but when they refused to see eye-to-eye on parenting, they start to reevaluate their friendship. This inspires Angelica to open her own "office" to dispense important advice to the Rugrats, in order for each other to stay friends -- she told Tommy not to be so bossy, Phil & Lil not to be gross, Chuckie to be brave, and Kimi to be like Angelica.

Everytime Kimi gets close to Chuckie, he sneezes. The cause of this? Dandelions that Kimi was holding. But Angelica, seeking another opportunity to fool the Rugrats, said that Chuckie is allergic to Kimi.

#822 The Fun Way Day / The Age Of Aquarium  First aired: 23 Feb 2002
Chaz quits his job as a bureaucrat when he finds a new career that's suitable for both himself and Kira -- peddling coffee. In this episode, Chaz & Kira opens a cafe called The Java Lava, which will feature a variety of coffees and other drinks, plus a playpen for the Rugrats and the other visiting babies. However, the first day of business isn't doing well -- no customers, other than Chaz's friends, came in; there were technical difficulties with the equipment (some of it invented by Stu); and the coffee is too strong, even for Betty, who normally swears by it. Kira's solution -- hire a Feng Shui (pronounced "thing schway") expert to find the faults with the business, and to rearrange things to make things better, spiratually. This not only involves rearranging furniture and appliances, but also placing various gems and trinkets arround. That makes the Rugrats believe that the "Fun Way" guy came by to play a game with the Rugrats.

The gang visits a marine theme park, which practically resembles Sea World on the cheap -- your run-of-the-mill stage show, an exhibit of the world's greatest maritime disasters, a souvenir stand with tired employees hawking bubble guns, and a trained shark show -- using mechanical sharks. The Rugrats, as usual, run away to the park's centerpiece -- a ship that houses the park's aquarium. This, of course, leads the Rugrats to believe that the ship is sinking, so they find ways to float the already dry-docked boat.
#823 Daddy's Little Helpers / Hello Dilly  First aired: 9 Mar 2002
The grownup women leave the men in charge of the Rugrats while they attend a "Moon Goddess" fair, where Charlotte was invited as a guess speaker. However, the new-ageish atmosphere and attitude has gotten the best of Didi -- especially when she's told "You're not a wife; you're not a mother; you are a goddess." Before leaving for the fair, she told the Rugrats to help their dads out, so they did everything they were supposed to -- with hilarious results. Meanwhile, Chazz devises a special activity schedule, while Stu builds a dollhouse / playpen that is escape-proof -- for grownups.

Angelica takes her "life-like" doll, which happens to look like Dil, to pre-school. But after one of her classmates brought a similar type of doll to show-and-tell, Angelica delayed her presentation a day, so she could switch her doll with the real thing -- Dil. But with Dil at school and her doll at Tommy's house, the Rugrats were led to believe that Dil turned into a doll because he was bad.
#824 Cynthia Comes Alive / Trading Phil  First aired: 6 Apr 2002
At the Java Lava, Angelica brings over her new "Hip Teen Cynthia" doll, which talks. However, when Angelica wasn't looking, the Rugrats have broken the doll. Shortly after Stu took it home to fix it, Cindy, a high school intern, came over to work at the Java Lava. When they noticed that Cindy looks and talks like Cynthia, Angelica and the Rugrats thought that Cynthia came to life. Meanwhile, Cindy causes trouble for the Java Lava by not working at all -- she considers nail polish, magazines, and phone conversations to be more inportant than actually working.

At the park, Angelica wants to play with a couple of 4-year-old girls. However, those girls dislike anyone who's 3 years old, like Angelica. So, she convinces the girls that she's 4 years old by trading Phil in exchange for their jelly-based toy. In return, Angelica promised that she'll be nice to the Rugrats. However, Phil wants much more than that. Meanwhile, Grandpa tries to teach Spiffy, one of Spike & Fifi's new puppies, new tricks, but Dil was proven to be more obedient.

#825 A Tale of Two Puppies / Okey-Dokey Jones and the Ring of the Sunbeams  First aired:1 Jun 2002
Now that Spike and Fifi have a family of their own (in "Bow Wow Wedding Vows"), there's one problem -- what should the Finsters do with all those puppies? Solution -- give them away to good homes, of course. With the Finsters already having a dog of their own, they plan on giving ALL their puppies away. But one of them, Puppy, is too scared to leave, while the brave Spiffy is actually happy to have found a new home. Evidently, Puppy ended up being a permanent part of the Finster's household, while Spiffy will be living with his dad -- at Tommy & Dil's house. But watch how all this plays out, especially as Angelica wanted a dog of her own.

Grandpa and the Rugrats take a trip to a store that specialises in tropical pets, as Grandpa was interested in buying a talking bird for Lulu. After Grandpa buys those little toys out of the gum machine for the Rugrats, Lil gets a toy ring, which was called "the Ring Of The Sunbeams", a ring that's so special, that Angelica wants it all for herself. When the ring landed in a monkey cage, this otherwise-simple trip becomes a Rugrats adventure, when the Rugrats, a.k.a. "The Okey-Dokey Jones Adventurers", pretend that they are battling a villianess named "Miss Angelique", played by... you know who. Miss Angelique wanted that ring, as she believed that it would grant her her wish -- to be the queen of the world.
#826 Curse Of The Werewuff  First aired: 28 Oct 2002
Special: In this episode, the Rugrats' parents take them trick-or-treating for the first time, at an amusement park. But of course, there has to be the hard way -- Angelica explains to the Rugrats what Halloween is, but, as usual, she always does it in a way to scare them even more. She tells them that if they dress up as a certain character, they actually become that character, and remain so for the rest of their life. Chuckie, who planned on being a werewolf, especially becomes traumatised by her story, to a point where he starts having nightmares about what Angelica said. However, Angelica is willing to turn the little "monsters" back into Rugrats, but only if they give all their candy to Angelica. This is especially important to her, as her parents banned her from trick-or-treating after she ate Halloween candy before Halloween. Will Chuckie and the Rugrats know the real truth about Halloween? Will Angelica get her just desserts? Of course, on both counts; but, as they say, getting there is half the fun.
Season 9 - 2002-2003
#901 Back To School / Sweet Dreams  First aired: 3 Jan 2003
Didi watches a Dr. Lipschitz video, which basically includes a few pointers on childcare, plus an obligatory plug for more videos. Afterward, she looks at her trusty Lipschitz book, but, when she notices the book's title, "Dr. Lipschitz A to Z, Birth to 5", she worries about what will happen when Tommy turns 6, as, of course, that book only covers children up to 5 years of age. Thinking that using Lipschitz as a crutch would turn dangerous in the years ahead, Didi decides to enroll at a community college for classes in childhood development, with plans on eventually getting a masters degree in that field. However, when the Rugrats hears that Didi is going "back to school", they think that everything is going backwards, and they become more fearful of that fact when they observe Spike walking with a baby bottle in his mouth, and Stu taking Dil back to the hospital (in reality, for a checkup).

At a sleep-over at Tommy's house, the Rugrats have vivid dreams, except for Chuckie, whose dream was virtually blank. Later, when the Rugrats decided to play-act what they dreamed about, Chuckie said that they lost his dream, so he has the other Rugrats go looking for it. Meanwhile, Chazz has a mid-life crisis, as his life is now perfect -- except for his long-time job as a bureaucrat. At Kira's recommendation, they decide to go into a business of their own, eventually deciding on buying a coffee shop and running it themselves.Also, Stu wins a radio station trivia contest, in which he was rewarded with tickets for two to a Dreamboaters reunion concert, but the excitement turns to panic when he misplaces the tickets.
#902 A Step At A Time / Angelica's Assistant  First aired: 10 Jan 2003
A new "Follow Me Reptar" toy, one of Active Child Magazine's 10 best toys, inspires the Rugrats to get Dil to walk. As they try to do so, Stu thinks he sees Dil walking on his own. Because of that, Stu rigs up extensive video equipment to capture Dil's every move, so he wouldn't miss it again. Also, The Rugrats and their parents remember when the kids first started walking.

With Charlotte busy taking care of business with Jonathan, she puts Angelica in charge of the Rugrats, with one catch -- if she is caught being mean to the Rugrats, then her new Cynthia Dream Yacht sets sail back to the store. But that's not all -- Harold from pre-school is coming over, too. With that in mind, Angelica hires him as her assistant. But while Angelica ordered Harold to boss around the Rugrats, he ended up being a hit with them, to the ire of Angelica.
#903 Pre-school Daze  First aired:
Special: In this episode, Angelica and Susie go to their first day at preschool at the local community center. However, their first day ended up being a competition on who can be the best preschooler, as Angelica always tries to outshine Susie. But the big challenge comes when Angelica and Susie accidentally breaks Miss Weemer's favorite coffee cup; it's not just any coffee cup -- it reminded her of her old boyfriend, who has broken up with her awhile ago. Joining them on the mission to fix her broken cup is Harold, who becomes a pain in Angelica's side.

Notes: This episode serves as the Angelica and Susie's Pre-School Daze's pilot
#904 Happy Taffy / Imagine That  First aired: 13 Nov 2002
As Stu & Didi are trying to find a new babysitter for the Rugrats, Grandpa & Lulu recommends Lulu's grand-niece, Taffy (Amanda Bynes). After they see Taffy perform with her band, "The Saltwaters", at a bowling alley, they hire her on a trial basis. As she babysits, Taffy teaches the Rugrats a thing or two about music, while trying to come up with a song for her band to play at their next gig -- a grand opening of a gas station. The trouble is, Taffy isn't that great of a songwriter, while Angelica, as always, is tone deaf. As Taffy does her thing with the "minis", the Rugrats' parents, at Betty's insistance, spy to make sure Taffy does a good job. They later find out that Taffy was a good choice as babysitter.

After watching "The Cynthia Team", an action series where Cynthia and her friends are secret agents, Angelica gets the Rugrats to play-act the show with her. In the Rugrats version, Angelica is secret agent Cynthia, whose mission is to stop Dr. Doomsbake (played by Tommy) from destroying the world's supply of cookies. The reason she likes to play this game is because she likes how the episode ended -- Cynthia gets a parade in her honor. However, the rest of the Rugrats, who were supposed to play Cynthia's assistants, didn't like the idea, so they decided to break tradition and, as they say, fraternise with the enemy. Meanwhile, speaking of cookies, Betty gives Didi her family recipes for healthy cookies, to be used as Didi's entry for a baking contest; but, it turns out those cookies aren't fit for man or beast... or even Angelica.
#905 Bug Off / The Crawl Space  First aired: 11 Feb 2003
Taffy takes the Rugrats to a high school basketball game, where the Hornets are playing the visiting Poodles. However, Taffy "volunteers" herself to replace one of the cheerleaders, after one of them, her best friend Britannica, sprained their ankle, after Taffy caused their pyramid to collapse. As she does so, she leaves the Rugrats alone in the bleachers while she fills in for Britannica, and eventually, everyone else on the cheerleading squad. Because of this, the Rugrats imagine that the Hornets' mascot was actually a real, giant hornet, trying to "sting" the Rugrats.

Didi wanted Stu to clean up the living room for Boris & Minka's visit, which includes putting the toys away. Sarcastically, Stu says that he would put the toys, and the babies, into the crawlspace. Angelica interprets this by banishing the Rugrats to the crawl space, where they could play there, while Angelica has the living room all to herself, to the displeasure of Susie. Meanwhile, Stu invents an automatic plant waterer, but while he accidentally bumps his head, the Rugrats took them into the crawl space. When Stu returned, he thought he was losing his memory.

#906 Babies In Toyland  First aired: 9 Dec 2002
Special: 60 minutes long (or 2 30-minute parts, depending on where you watch it), this will be the Rugrats' second Christmas special, and the fourth special for the holiday season. In this special, the Rugrats visit MergeCorp headquarters (where Charlotte is CEO) to see "Christmasland", Santa's winter wonderland, designed by, of course, Stu. The visit is extra special, as it is Dil's first Christmas. However, when Angelica behaved like such a brat she is (definitely not a good thing during the Holidays), "Santa" (Jim Belushi) got fed up with the whole business, and decides to quit. Because of this, Tommy finds a way to bring "Santa" back, and to make this Christmas a joyous one for Dil. It is especially important to Dil, as Angelica tells the Rugrats that if they don't get a present, they don't get to celebrate Christmas ever again. Meanwhile, the grown-ups have a simulated Christmas in the prairies, complete with the experience of being snowbound, thanks to a malfunction in Stu's otherwise-state-of-the-art snowblowing equipment.

#907 Starstruck / Who's Taffy?  First aired: 28 Sep 2002
When Hollywood celebrity Mack Granite visits Java Lava, he got more than a decent cup of coffee -- he also finds the perfect person to play the role of a little girl in his next film. And Kimi is -- that girl. But, when Mack says that Kimi is going to be a star, the Rugrats though that she'll be up in the sky, twinkling.

When Taffy comes over to babysit the Rugrats, she is upset that the band will break up, all because they feel that she is affecting her performance in the band. When Taffy says, "I'm not myself", Angelica tries to cheer her up by dressing like Taffy. However, this created a new problem -- the Rugrats think that Angelica, wearing one of taffy's hair clips, has become Taffy; while Taffy, calling the bandmembers "dumb babies" over the phone, has become Angelica.
#908 Bestest Of Show / Hold The Pickles  First aired: 28 Sep 2001
The local park is having a special "Pet Day", where the people vie for the "Best Pet" award by showing off their pets, and their abilities. Participating in the contest are Spike & Fifi's puppies, Spiffy and Sparky / Pepper; plus Angelica's cat, Susie; and Susie's new pet gerbil, Herbie. However, tensions are mounted when the participants' owners feud over how their pets would look, and what tricks they will be doing.

At a fast food joint called "Boingo Burger", Taffy tells her friend Britannica (working the cash register as an employee) to hold the pickles on her burger, as, as she told Britannica, "I don't like dill pickles". The Rugrats, however, has taken this to mean "I don't like Dil Pickles", because he was the youngest of the Rugrats. As a result, they try to make Dil bigger by putting him in a booster seat and stuffing his pyjamas with napkins. Then, after Taffy calls the Rugrats "sweet" for their effort to make Dil cute, they raid the sundae bar and turn Dil into a sundae. When one thing leads to another in the minds of Rugrats, where will they go from here? The kitchen, of course; then the playground's ball pit.

#909 Diapies and Dragons / Baby Power  First aired: 5 Oct 2002
Taffy takes the Rugrats to a video arcade; the Rugrats imagine themselves trying to save "Princess" Taffy from the dragons in a video game.

The Rugrats coat Dil with "Baby Power" (baby powder), so he could be strong enough to beat Spiffy in a game of Tug-Of-War. Shortly afterward, though, an earthquake strikes the city, leading the Rugrats to believe that Dil has too much "Baby Power", so they try to find a way to make him normal again. The earthquake has given Stu an opportunity to try special earthquake safety helmets on the Rugrats, the newest product from Pickles Industries, "the first name in disaster".

#910 They Came From The Backyard / Lil's Phil of Trash  First aired: 5 Oct 2002
So that he can watch his sci-fi movie marathon in peace, and keep an eye on the Rugrats at the same time, Stu installs surveillance cameras all through the house. Then, Stu falls asleep. As he sleeps, Dil plays with the remote, changing the channels back and forth between the home's surveillance system and a movie about an alien invasion. This, of course, leads the Rugrats to believe that they are targeted for an "alien inflation". Meanwhile, Didi studies for an important exam for her college course.
Taffy takes the Rugrats to the local park. While there, Dusty, a boy that Taffy meets at a park, shows Phil how to pick up trash. Afterwards, it becomes so serious to Phil, that practically anything can be trash, much to the ire of Lil. Meanwhile, Taffy starts to fall in love with Dusty, due to his environmential consciousness -- that is, until she learns the real reason why Dusty is picking up the litter.
#911 Fountain Of Youth  / Kimi Takes The Cake  First aired: 5 Oct 2002
The Rugrats and their families go to Stu & Drew's old cabin on Lake Crackanee, where, as kids, Stu & Drew first met Chaz. After seeing some old movies of themselves as kids, Stu wishes that they were young again. The wish, of course, became a mission for the Rugrats, who started searching for "The Fountain Of Youth", which, they claim, can turn their parents into little kids. It's all fun, until Angelica told the Rugrats that, once their parents become babies, she'll be the one in charge.

On Kimi's birthday (she's 2 now, isn't she?), Stu plans to take the kids to a family-friendly place called "The Happy Castle", where Kimi will have her party. But, for some reason, they arrived instead at a gothic/punk nightclub, where Taffy is playing with her band. Thinking that the party is here, they try to find the birthday cake, which, by the time everyone gotten to it, was already melted.

#912 Murmur On The Ornery Express  First aired: 22 Oct 2002
Special: A popular Agatha Christie mystery, "Murder On The Orient Express", gets the Rugrats treatment. For their second honeymoon, Boris & Minka are going on an 18-hour scenic train ride to the small town of Little Biendeltown -- a town that replicates the charm of the Old Country. But, of course, they invite the entire gang along for the ride. However, along the way, Minka's necklace, Chuckie's teddy bear, Wawa, and of course, Angelica's Cynthia, had disappeared -- they may have been stolen by a train robber, which Chaz informs the other adults about after reading it in the paper. As a result, the Rugrats try to find who has stolen these items. Meanwhile, Drew forces Charlotte to leave her work at home while they go on their trip, but Charlotte, of course, remains defiant. Also, Didi tries to find various landmarks that the train passes by, but it became more of a challenge. Plus, on the train, Lulu meets her old flame, Dwayne Tickerbacker (Tom Bosley of Happy Days fame), but Grandpa is very suspicious about him. And finally, Angelica falls in love with Brent, a young, rich socialite.
#913 Club Fred  First aired: 5 Nov 2002
Special: The Weekend , Stu decided to have a family barbecue. However, it was actually on a windy day in the fall. At the suggestion of Aunt Miriam, everyone decided to spend some time at Club Fred, a pirate-themed family resort in the Caribbean. And with a two-for-one coupon, they save some money. But, when Grandpa realised that he made an error with the reservations (which he accidentally made only for the elders and the Rugrats; the form for the other grownups was used as a wrapper for his sandwich), everybody ended up staying in a single small hut -- with the entire extended family on the trip, it ended up being very cramped. Their only hope was to win Pirate Fred's treasure hunt, where the person that finds the treasure wins an upgrade to a "5 Room Deluxe Vacation Package". Of course, this leads to another pirate adventure with the Rugrats, where they look everywhere, including a place where no Rugrat should ever go -- a nude beach. Finding the treasure was sure to be an impossible task -- a frequent Club Fred patron visited the resort for the last 5 years, but never found the treasure. But first, they have to break out of "Kid Fred", the resort's day care center. Meanwhile, Angelica also breaks out of Kid Fred for a different reason -- to live the same pampered life as Charlotte, but at Charlotte's unwitting expense.
#914 The Perfect Twins  First aired: 30 Nov 2002
Special: Betty's relatives from England come to America to pay a visit. Coming along are their kids -- Smedley & Hedley -- who are also fraternal twins like Phil & Lil. Unlike Phil & Lil, Smedley & Hedley dress differently, behave properly, keep clean, and finish each other's sentences without delay or incorrectness; therefore, they consider such "twinny" behavior a sign that they are "perfect twins". This eventually led to Lil wanting to be as prim and proper as Smedley & Hedley, while Phil decides to remain as messy and disorderly as usual. Meanwhile, Winnifred, the British twins' mother, tries to sell Betty on her method of raising twins -- a method that Betty steadfastly refuses to subscribe to. Also, Betty gets the neighbors to pose as her relatives, as her real relatives didn't come, due to Howard's cheap invitation software that he bought at a dollar store. And, Angelica, dressed as a princess for a dance recital, tricks Smedley & Hedley into believing that she's queen of America. And as a result, they do everything she says, even bad things that they feel aren't proper.
#915 Mutts In A Name / Hurricane Alice  First aired: 24 Feb 2003
When Chaz finds out that Puppy is sad all the time, he decides to give her a name. But later, Puppy ended up getting sick, which Chaz though was due to an identity crisis (she actually ate part of Kira's jigsaw puzzle). Noting that, the Rugrats started looking (litterly, around the house) for Puppy's new name. When it came to a point when Chaz started banging his head on the wall, he calls veterinarian Dr. Mutterly to see what the problem was. When the vet came over, the Rugrats thought that he would give the puppy a new name. But of course, his unorthodox methods leave something to be desired.

Howard prepares for a storm called Hurricane Alice, who says that it would turn their house "upside down". While he does that, Betty's old classmate, Sheila (who's also as brute as Betty) pays a visit, along with her daughter -- named Alice. When Alice makes a mess of things looking for toys (or anything that can be one), the Rugrats thought that she was "Hurricane Alice". Meanwhile, Betty and Sheila challenge each other in coffee-drinking, bench-pressing and arm wrestling. And I hope Sheila likes cheese sticks -- Betty isn't a great cook.

#916 Clown Around / The Baby Rewards  First aired: 28 Jan 2003
The Rugrats go to a circus when it comes to town, courtesy of their fathers, who have gotten them tickets and backstage passes. But of course, we already know about Chuckie's fear of clowns. Angelica successfully tricks Chuckie into believing that he was a clown, due to his red hair. But, after eating a cherry snow cone, being given clown shoes by his dad, and accidentally bumping into makeup powder, he actually believes that he is a clown. However, his fears ended up becoming much more serious when he finds out that he's on centerstage -- with clowns -- in front of a live audience. Meanwhile, Angelica tries her hand at being an acrobat, a trapeze artist and a ribbon dancer, much to the ire of the real performers.

Inspired by an awards show that they watch on TV, the Rugrats put on an awards show of their own, just so they can feel "specially special" with their own awards -- "toys on a plate". But there's one problem -- which Rugrat will get which "reward"? Meanwhile, Stu, despite Drew's reluctance, builds a "Stove Top Hot Washer" on Drew's stove, resulting in the usual disasterous results.
#917 Baby Sale / Steve  First aired: 26 Feb 2003
Didi, Betty, and Kira go to this store where you can buy baby clothes - which were half off . While Kira fights over a dress, the babies make a mess of things in the playroom.

The Rugrats make a snowman, and call it Steve. They were playing with him, and when the snow was melting, So was Steve. The Rugrats try to fix him. Will he be fixed?
#918 The Bravliest Baby / Gimme An "A"  First aired: 8 Jun 2003
At the local playground, monkey bars and a slide doubled as "Mount Neverrest", on the Rugrats' latest adventure. However, Tommy lost his grip and fell. While Angelica's Cynthiamobile broke his fall, he escaped uninjured, but there's one problem -- he became a fraidy cat. This led to Angelica's own test of bravery, which will determine who's the new bravest Rugrat -- or at least, see if Tommy can get his bravery back.

As part of her science experiment for her Child Psychology degree, Didt takes Tommy and the Rugrats to Kinyuka College, where she tries to find a way to make the Rugrats go to sleep faster, using a wind-up toy that plays lullabies. But when tests didn't work as expected, Didi tells Betty that she'll cry if she doesn't get an "A". This promoted the Rugrats to search the college campus for that elusive "A".
Season 10 - 2005
#1001 Rugrats Tales From The Crib: Snow White  First aired: 9 Sep 2005
Taffy tells the kids the tale of Snow White as the Wicked Queen (Angelica) plots to get rid of Snow White (Susie), who lives with the Seven Babies who work in their diaper factory.
#1002 Rugrats Tales From The Crib: Jack and the Beanstalk  First aired: 9 Sep 2005

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