History NightmareFuel / Rugrats

10th Jun '18 1:52:29 PM CJCroen1393
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** And said mob includes his ''parents''. Although his dad ''does'' [[ApologeticAttacker apologize]] during the confrontation at the end of the dream. Still disturbing though.
4th Jun '18 8:04:45 PM cinereousvulture
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* "New Kid in Town," where Tommy and his friends join up with this fat boy named Josh, who decides to play a game called "Pillow". He swings to the highest point he can and then tells the babies he's not trying to jump over them...but he's going to jump ''on top'' of them. This kid looked heavier than all four babies ''combined'', and he was going at least as high at the swing bar. Had it not been for Angelica intervening when she did, imagine what could have happened. More disturbing still, this episode appears to justify slavery as long as the master doesn't try to kill his or her slaves. No matter what, slavery is wrong and illegal.

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* "New Kid in Town," where Tommy and his friends join up with this fat boy named Josh, who decides to play a game called "Pillow". He swings to the highest point he can and then tells the babies he's not trying to jump over them...but he's going to jump ''on top'' of them. This kid looked heavier than all four babies ''combined'', and he was going at least as high at the swing bar. Had it not been for Angelica intervening when she did, imagine what could have happened. More disturbing still, Also, this episode appears to justify be stating that slavery is all right as long as the master doesn't try to kill his or her slaves. No matter what, slavery is wrong and illegal.
4th Jun '18 7:59:18 PM cinereousvulture
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* "New Kid in Town," where Tommy and his friends join up with this fat boy named Josh, who decides to play a game called "Pillow". He swings to the highest point he can and then tells the babies he's not trying to jump over them...but he's going to jump ''on top'' of them. This kid looked heavier than all four babies ''combined'', and he was going at least as high at the swing bar. Had it not been for Angelica intervening when she did, imagine what could have happened...

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* "New Kid in Town," where Tommy and his friends join up with this fat boy named Josh, who decides to play a game called "Pillow". He swings to the highest point he can and then tells the babies he's not trying to jump over them...but he's going to jump ''on top'' of them. This kid looked heavier than all four babies ''combined'', and he was going at least as high at the swing bar. Had it not been for Angelica intervening when she did, imagine what could have happened...happened. More disturbing still, this episode appears to justify slavery as long as the master doesn't try to kill his or her slaves. No matter what, slavery is wrong and illegal.



--> '''Mr Friend:''' Oh boy, a brand new friend to meet! You can call me Mr Friend! You'll never, ever be bored again!

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--> '''Mr Friend:''' Oh boy, a brand new friend to meet! Let's wash our hands before we eat! You can call me Mr Friend! You'll never, ever be bored again!
21st Apr '18 11:24:47 PM nombretomado
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** The doctor introduces himself by saying "Don't you remember me? ''I'm your friend, [[TheSilenceOfTheLambs Dr. Lector!]]''" Can't fault Chuckie for being scared. NOPE.

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** The doctor introduces himself by saying "Don't you remember me? ''I'm your friend, [[TheSilenceOfTheLambs [[Literature/TheSilenceOfTheLambs Dr. Lector!]]''" Can't fault Chuckie for being scared. NOPE.
14th Apr '18 11:23:08 AM cinereousvulture
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** The second dream, while not nearly as memorable as the above sequences, still is rather unsettling at some points. It starts off normally, the house gets full of AlienGeometries, at which point the background music becomes distorted, and the babies enter a large hall filled with strange pictures of Tommy on the wall. Some of them are just goofy looking (such as a picture of Tommy with a stretched out neck), others are just...bizarrely creepy (among others, there are such things as a bunch of Tommy heads stacked on each other, a Tommy who's body is his head, a Tommy with ''six eyes'', etc.), to say nothing of poor Chuckie falling screaming into a void...

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** The second dream, while not nearly as memorable as the above sequences, still is rather unsettling at some points. It starts off normally, the house gets full of AlienGeometries, at which point the background music becomes distorted, and the babies enter a large hall filled with strange pictures of Tommy on the wall. Some of them are just goofy looking (such as a picture of Tommy with a stretched out neck), others are just...bizarrely creepy (among others, there are such things as a bunch of Tommy heads stacked on each other, a Tommy who's whose body is his head, a Tommy with ''six eyes'', etc.), to say nothing of poor Chuckie falling screaming into a void...



* In "What The Big People Do", Tommy and Chuckie have a dream about being grown up and going to work. All is well and good, until they are called into The Boss's office. They have to first walk down a hallway with giant pictures of past bosses and are thrown into the the boss's room by the carpet in the hallway. The doors slam shut, creepy organ music plays, and the entire room is enshrouded in shadows save for the boss' chair, which makes a [[HellIsThatNoise horrible creaking noise.]] The Boss is the adult version of Angelica, who threatens to have them "[[LargeHam FIREEEED!]]", and then flames shoot at Tommy and Chuckie from these two statues she has in her office. They flee while the the past bosses climb out of their portraits to stop them. Angelica calls in some creepy robot minions, and all the time insanely creepy music is playing while the angry-faced robots close in on them. Had to be one of the creepiest things in Rugrats ever.

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* In "What The Big People Do", Tommy and Chuckie have a dream about being grown up and going to work. All is well and good, until they are called into The Boss's office. They have to first walk down a hallway with giant pictures of past bosses and are thrown into the the boss's room by the carpet in the hallway. The doors slam shut, creepy organ music plays, and the entire room is enshrouded in shadows save for the boss' chair, which makes a [[HellIsThatNoise horrible creaking noise.]] The Boss is the adult version of Angelica, who threatens to have them "[[LargeHam FIREEEED!]]", and then flames shoot at Tommy and Chuckie from these two Reptar statues she has in her office. They flee while the the past bosses climb out of their portraits to stop them. Angelica calls in some creepy robot minions, and all the time insanely creepy music is playing while the angry-faced robots close in on them. Had to be one of the creepiest things in Rugrats ever.



-->'''Chuckie:''' Why is he outside, why isn't he inside playing with his toys?

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-->'''Chuckie:''' Why is he outside, why out here? Why isn't he inside playing with his toys?



-->'''Chuckie:''' What about his parents? ... You can't mean...

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-->'''Chuckie:''' What about his parents? ... You can't mean...



* "The Last Babysitter": With only Susie's older sister in charge, the power goes out, and Tommy and Susie think that there's a monster in the dark house. At one point, they sneak upstairs to read Susie's book of monsters, one of which "eats bones."

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* "The Last Babysitter": With only Alisa, Susie's older sister 15-year-old sister, in charge, the power goes out, and Tommy and Susie think that there's a monster in the dark house. At one point, they sneak upstairs to read Susie's book of monsters, one of which which, known as Numerid, "eats bones."



(more like a hyena)



* "Party Animals", in which the babies walk in on a costume party and become convinced that the world has changed. Throughout the episode, a man dressed as a baby is chasing the babies and yelling at them to pull his finger. Worse, he continues to do this, even when it is plainly obvious that the babies are dead terrified. Eventually the babies manage to trap him and lock him in the bathroom. A while after the party has ended, Angelica wakes up and has to go to the bathroom, but Tommy and the gang try and stop her, thinking that the world is still "topsy-turvy". Angelica leads them near the stairs and shows them that the world is completely normal (the adults are just vacuuming and relaxing) and that it was probably all in their heads. She then goes to where the bathroom is, opens the door... [[JumpScare and Giant Man-Baby jumps right out]], shouting at her, '''"HEY KID, PULL MY FINGER!"'''

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* "Party Animals", in which the babies walk in on a costume party and become convinced that the world has changed. Throughout the episode, a man dressed as a baby (Didi's cousin Bucky) is chasing the babies and yelling at them to pull his finger. Worse, he continues to do this, even when it is plainly obvious that the babies are dead terrified. Eventually the babies manage to trap him and lock him in the bathroom. A while after the party has ended, Angelica wakes up and has to go to the bathroom, but Tommy and the gang try and stop her, thinking that the world is still "topsy-turvy". Angelica leads them near the stairs and shows them that the world is completely normal (the adults are just vacuuming and relaxing) and that it was probably all in their heads. She then goes to where the bathroom is, opens the door... [[JumpScare and Giant Man-Baby jumps right out]], shouting at her, '''"HEY KID, PULL MY FINGER!"'''



* "Toy Palace" had an actual working ''time machine'' and a life-size toy robot got inside after hijinks ensued. It was transported back to the Revolutionary War in the middle of an ongoing battle with no way to return. Tommy and Chuckie, an ''infant and toddler'', could've ended up lost in the past forever in the middle of a '''''bloody battle!''''' Just imagine the trauma ''that'' would wreak on their innocent minds...

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* "Toy Palace" had an actual working ''time machine'' (the Wee Willie Warp Time Translator) and a life-size toy robot got inside after hijinks ensued. It was transported back to the Revolutionary War in the middle of an ongoing battle with no way to return. Tommy and Chuckie, an ''infant and toddler'', could've ended up lost in the past forever in the middle of a '''''bloody battle!''''' Just imagine the trauma ''that'' would wreak on their innocent minds...
14th Apr '18 11:10:38 AM cinereousvulture
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** Seeing the image of Angelica's entire skeleton and Bob the x-ray technician as he takes pictures of her insides was quite creepy.

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** Seeing the image of Angelica's entire skeleton and also the skeleton of Bob the x-ray technician as he takes pictures of her insides was quite creepy.
14th Apr '18 11:04:51 AM cinereousvulture
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** "HERE I AM! DON'T BE BLUE, AND I WILL SING A SONG FOR YOU!" (to the tune of 'London Bridge') "LAAA, LA LA LA LA LA LAAAA, LA LA LAAA, LA LA LAAA, LA LA LA LA LA LAAA, LA LAAA LA LA!"

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** "HERE I AM! DON'T BE BLUE, AND I WILL SING A SONG FOR YOU!" (to the tune of 'London Bridge') "LAAA, LA LA LA LA LA LAAAA, LA LA LAAA, LA LA LAAA, LA LA LA LA LA LA LAAA, LA LAAA LA LA!"
14th Apr '18 11:03:48 AM cinereousvulture
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** "HERE I AM! DON'T BE BLUE, AND I WILL SING A SONG FOR YOU!" (to the tune of 'London Bridge') "LAAA, LA LA LA LA LA LAAAA, LA LA LAAA, LA LA LAAA, LA LA LA LA LA LAAA, LA LAAA LA La!"

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** "HERE I AM! DON'T BE BLUE, AND I WILL SING A SONG FOR YOU!" (to the tune of 'London Bridge') "LAAA, LA LA LA LA LA LAAAA, LA LA LAAA, LA LA LAAA, LA LA LA LA LA LAAA, LA LAAA LA La!" LA!"
14th Apr '18 11:03:19 AM cinereousvulture
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** "I WILL SING A SONG FOR YOU! LAAA LALA LA LA LA LAAAA-LA LA LAAA-LA LA LA-LA-LA-LA-LA!"

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** "I "HERE I AM! DON'T BE BLUE, AND I WILL SING A SONG FOR YOU! LAAA LALA YOU!" (to the tune of 'London Bridge') "LAAA, LA LA LA LAAAA-LA LA LAAA-LA LA LA-LA-LA-LA-LA!" LAAAA, LA LA LAAA, LA LA LAAA, LA LA LA LA LA LAAA, LA LAAA LA La!"
26th Mar '18 12:54:31 PM Larkmarn
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oh hell you want to see the some examples of Rugrats Nightmare Fuel; here ya go! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PdsoClXxW_0&list=PLgMK52o2yuHT4tgXzzg4__Bg9E9p7C8Hg......don't say we didnt warn ya!

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oh hell you want to see the some examples of Rugrats Nightmare Fuel; here ya go! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PdsoClXxW_0&list=PLgMK52o2yuHT4tgXzzg4__Bg9E9p7C8Hg......don't say we didnt warn ya!
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