History RADAR / Rugrats

18th Sep '16 11:25:23 AM DemonSharkKisame
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** Although this specific line didn't make it into the movie, it is still intact on the soundtrack (about 0:57): "Reptar, you must be really new to this crew/because I think we're losing control, the fuck we gonna do?"
6th Sep '16 3:19:33 PM N8han11
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* The official synopsis of the episode "Daddy's Little Helpers" says "When the mommies leave the babies with their fathers, all hell breaks loose at home

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* The official synopsis of the episode "Daddy's Little Helpers" says "When the mommies leave the babies with their fathers, all hell breaks loose at homehome.".
19th Aug '16 8:42:05 AM CaptainTedium
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* A debatable case similar to the aforementioned instant of Phil and Lil being seen breastfeeding comes from the ''Tales from the Crib'' direct-to-video film "Three Jacks and a Beanstalk". In the film, the babies are cared for by an anthropomorphic cow named Aunt Moo, who feeds them with her own milk. Her udders, which are covered up when not in use, suspiciously never show up onscreen when she milks herself and we never see them until she shoots milk in Angelica the Giant's face. After she squirts milk in Angelica's face, she even says something to the effect of "Be glad that's just milk".

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* A debatable case similar to the aforementioned instant of Phil and Lil being seen breastfeeding comes from the ''Tales from the Crib'' direct-to-video film "Three Jacks and a Beanstalk". In the film, the babies are cared for by an anthropomorphic cow named Aunt Moo, who feeds them with her own milk. Her udders, which are covered up by a flap on her overalls when not in use, suspiciously never show up onscreen when she milks herself and we never see them until she shoots milk in Angelica the Giant's face. After she squirts milk in Angelica's face, she even says something to the effect of "Be glad that's just milk".
19th Aug '16 8:31:56 AM CaptainTedium
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* A case similar to the aforementioned instant of Phil and Lil being seen breastfeeding comes from the ''Tales from the Crib'' direct-to-video film "Three Jacks and a Beanstalk". In the film, the babies are cared for by an anthropomorphic cow named Aunt Moo, who feeds them with her own milk. Her udders, which are covered up when not in use, suspiciously never show up onscreen when she milks herself and we never see them until she shoots milk in Angelica the Giant's face. After she squirts milk in Angelica's face, she even says something to the effect of "Be glad that's just milk".

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* A debatable case similar to the aforementioned instant of Phil and Lil being seen breastfeeding comes from the ''Tales from the Crib'' direct-to-video film "Three Jacks and a Beanstalk". In the film, the babies are cared for by an anthropomorphic cow named Aunt Moo, who feeds them with her own milk. Her udders, which are covered up when not in use, suspiciously never show up onscreen when she milks herself and we never see them until she shoots milk in Angelica the Giant's face. After she squirts milk in Angelica's face, she even says something to the effect of "Be glad that's just milk".
19th Aug '16 8:30:43 AM CaptainTedium
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* Similar to the aforementioned instant of Phil and Lil being seen breastfeeding comes from the ''Tales from the Crib'' direct-to-video film "Three Jacks and a Beanstalk". In the film, the babies are cared for by an anthropomorphic cow named Aunt Moo, who feeds them with her own milk. Her udders, which are covered up when not in use, suspiciously never show up onscreen when she milks herself and we never see them until she shoots milk in Angelica the Giant's face. After she squirts milk in Angelica's face, she even says something to the effect of "Be glad that's just milk".

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* Similar A case similar to the aforementioned instant of Phil and Lil being seen breastfeeding comes from the ''Tales from the Crib'' direct-to-video film "Three Jacks and a Beanstalk". In the film, the babies are cared for by an anthropomorphic cow named Aunt Moo, who feeds them with her own milk. Her udders, which are covered up when not in use, suspiciously never show up onscreen when she milks herself and we never see them until she shoots milk in Angelica the Giant's face. After she squirts milk in Angelica's face, she even says something to the effect of "Be glad that's just milk".
19th Aug '16 8:25:13 AM CaptainTedium
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* The main premise of the episode "Word of the Day" was that Angelica got in trouble for copying a profane phrase from kids' show host Miss Carol. While the phrase is always [[CurseCutShort cut off]] before we hear the obscenity, it can't possibly be anything wholesome.

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* The main premise of the episode "Word of the Day" was that Angelica got in trouble for copying a profane phrase from kids' show host Miss Carol. While the phrase is always [[CurseCutShort cut off]] before we hear the obscenity, it can't possibly be anything wholesome.wholesome.
* Similar to the aforementioned instant of Phil and Lil being seen breastfeeding comes from the ''Tales from the Crib'' direct-to-video film "Three Jacks and a Beanstalk". In the film, the babies are cared for by an anthropomorphic cow named Aunt Moo, who feeds them with her own milk. Her udders, which are covered up when not in use, suspiciously never show up onscreen when she milks herself and we never see them until she shoots milk in Angelica the Giant's face. After she squirts milk in Angelica's face, she even says something to the effect of "Be glad that's just milk".
19th Aug '16 7:58:33 AM CaptainTedium
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* WHAT? No mention of the episode "Word of the Day"? long story short... "Miss Carol thinks we're all little [[CurseCutShort ...]]"

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* WHAT? No mention The main premise of the episode "Word of the Day"? long story short... "Miss Carol thinks we're all little [[CurseCutShort ...]]"Day" was that Angelica got in trouble for copying a profane phrase from kids' show host Miss Carol. While the phrase is always [[CurseCutShort cut off]] before we hear the obscenity, it can't possibly be anything wholesome.
17th Aug '16 7:48:35 AM CaptainTedium
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* In a later episode, "Club Fred", the babies are going around a resort to look for treasure [[ItMakesSenseInContext (long story)]], and one of the places they stumble upon is a ''nude beach.'' There's liberal use of SceneryCensor when they see the beachgoers, to say nothing of [[{{Sexophone}} the music...]]

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* In a later episode, "Club Fred", the Fred"
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babies are going around a the titular resort to look for treasure [[ItMakesSenseInContext (long story)]], and one of the places they stumble upon is a ''nude beach.'' There's liberal use of SceneryCensor when they see the beachgoers, to say nothing of [[{{Sexophone}} the music...]]]]
** Aunt Miriam is [[DirtyOldWoman very flirtatious]] towards Pirate Fred, at one point even going so far as saying that she likes his [[DoubleEntendre booty]].
24th Jul '16 11:01:50 PM ZonkedTod
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* In the episode, Angelica name-drops one of the most feared world leaders (at the time). While it's mispronounced, it's obvious who she meant .
-->'''Angelica:''' If you don't remember to ask for the password, anybody could just waltz right into the club. Count Draculator, Sadman Husseini or even Chuckie.
7th Jul '16 10:34:44 AM Technomaru
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* The official synopsis of the episode "Daddy's Little Helpers" says "When the mommies leave the babies with their fathers, all hell breaks loose at home."

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* The official synopsis of the episode "Daddy's Little Helpers" says "When the mommies leave the babies with their fathers, all hell breaks loose at home."home
* WHAT? No mention of the episode "Word of the Day"? long story short... "Miss Carol thinks we're all little [[CurseCutShort ...]]"
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