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28th Jul '16 6:12:51 AM defender2222
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* "Acorn Nuts and Diapied Butts" sees Dil once again waking up Tommy up in the middle of the night. But instead of him just crying and screaming Tommy hears Dil calling out, "Tommy! Tommy!". Turns out Dil is having a nightmare now that Tommy and him have separate rooms. Tommy and Chuckie go to check on him and the absolute delight in his voice when he wakes to find Tommy and 'Chubbie' there is just perfect. Dil then crawls over and begins to hug Tommy's head, cooing in bliss.
26th Jul '16 7:02:39 PM defender2222
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*** Just look at how far Tommy and Dil have come since the movie. There, Dil takes utter delight in steal from and hitting Tommy while Tommy takes care of Dil mostly because he feels he has to and not truly out of love. Here Tommy wants to ensure Dil is included and stands up to his friends when they try to scare Dil. In return, the moment Tommy does this Dil coos "Tommy" in a loving way and the already mentioned wanting to walk to play with Tommy. For two brothers that started off as enemies they are truly loving brothers.
18th Jul '16 8:24:52 PM defender2222
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* In "Dil's Bathtime" it is shown that Dil is scared of water, seeing it as a massive ocean. In his imagination Tommy is in a little lifeboat and Dil is depserate to save him. Later, when he imagines a rubber ducky is a giant whale he isn't scared for himself... he is scared for his brother, screaming for Tommy and trying to get to him. Considering how much of a brat he is at times, hitting Tommy and his friends, it is nice to see that he does love his brother.
18th Jul '16 11:04:14 AM SammyBoy123
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*In the season 2 episode "The Big Flush," a major plot point is that Stu is deathly afraid of jumping off the high dive. However, when Tommy and the babies jump on the low board and Tommy almost falls in, Stu doesn't hesitate for a second to jump off the high dive and save his son.
**Also counts as a MomentOfAwesome, because not only does he save his son, but he executes a perfect swan dive in the process, drawing a genuine "WOW!" from both Chaz and Howard.
8th Jul '16 1:41:59 PM CJCroen1393
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* One absolutely beautiful moment in "Music" is when Didi rocks Dil to sleep, singing "Beautiful Dreamer" all the while. This is after an entire episode of the babies trying and failing to get Dil into music and imagine stories along with it. As Didi continues singing, Dil starts dreaming of swirling lights and colors. In the last seconds of the episode, the shape resolves into an image of Tommy's face.

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* One absolutely beautiful moment in "Music" is when Didi rocks Dil to sleep, singing "Beautiful Dreamer" all the while. This is after an entire episode of the babies trying and failing to get Dil into music and imagine stories along with it. As Didi continues singing, Dil starts dreaming of swirling lights and colors. In the last seconds of the episode, the shape resolves into an image of [[BigBrotherWorship Tommy's face.face]].
26th Jun '16 12:30:46 PM CJCroen1393
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* A brief one, but a later episode wherein the babies try to find a pet for Dil reveals that Chuckie still remembers his bug Melville.
13th May '16 12:32:54 AM Kishou
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* The episode where the kids go to see the Dummi Bears on stage, but Angelica can't go due to a cold. The babies return, seeming to have caught Angelica's cold, but they were only faking because they wanted to be with her. Especially sweet when you remember how much Angelica bullies them. And everyone still got to see the show because Stu bought the video of it while they were there.

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* The In "All's Well That Pretends Well", the episode where the kids go to see the Dummi Bears on stage, but Angelica can't go due to a cold. The babies return, seeming to have caught Angelica's cold, but they were only faking because they wanted to be with her. Especially sweet when you remember how much Angelica bullies them. And everyone still got to see the show because Stu bought the video of it while they were there.
6th Mar '16 5:17:54 PM ajitter89
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** To make the latter even better, the twins comment that their first laugh is their mother's favorite memory of them.

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** *** To make the latter even better, the twins comment that their first laugh is their mother's favorite memory of them.them.
** The moment from this episode where Didi finally get's through to Chaz, that while he fears Chuckie will be sad if he misses her, it's better than if Chuckie forgot her.
--> '''Didi''': Chaz, I think it's time you shared these things with Chuckie.
--> '''Chaz''': [[AdultFear I'm just afraid he'll miss her.]]
--> '''Didi''': Then you can ''miss'' her ''together.''
18th Feb '16 8:52:47 PM yeolna
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* In 'A Dog's Life', Spike has been scolded multiple times by Didi and Stu for causing events he actually tried to prevent and thus is very dejected towards the end of the episode. However, seeing Dil almost tip a tall pile of manure onto himself (by bouncing repeatedly into it with his bouncy toy) reminds Spike that even if he ''does'' get in trouble for their shenanigans, he has to look after the kids. So what does he do? He rushes straight over and pushes Dil out of harm's way, right as the pile falls over! He's rewarded then with lots of well-deserved praise from the adults and the babies.
6th Feb '16 9:21:52 PM PrincessTogezo
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* In "LIttle Dude", Tommy becomes friends with the local 'tough guy', Ramon, and it's because he happens to be a CoolBigBro with his own little brother who's around Tommy's age. This becomes more apparent when "[[JerkJock Number 12]]" was about to do something to Tommy, but he just halts everything, calmly takes the child away and leaves the cafeteria to get the kid out of harm's way. That is rather sweet for the apparent tough guy of the school. He even calls Tommy "[[AffectionateNickname Little Dude]]"

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* In "LIttle "Little Dude", Tommy becomes friends with the local 'tough guy', Ramon, and it's because he happens to be a CoolBigBro with his own little brother who's around Tommy's age. This becomes more apparent when "[[JerkJock Number 12]]" was about to do something to Tommy, but he just halts everything, calmly takes the child away and leaves the cafeteria to get the kid out of harm's way. That is rather sweet for the apparent tough guy of the school. He even calls Tommy "[[AffectionateNickname Little Dude]]"


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* Chuckie spends most of the episode "What's Your Line?" trying to decide what he wants to be when he grows up. After failing at being an ice cream man, florist, and librarian, he manages to cheer up an upset Dil at the end of the episode. He tells his friends that he finally knows what he wants to be when he grows up: a daddy.
-->''(pan over to Chaz, who is resting with the other dads after painting a fence)''
-->'''Chuckie:''' ''(narrating)'' And you know what? I think that's the bestest job of all.
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