History RADAR / Rugrats

28th Oct '16 1:42:35 PM Monolaf317
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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".

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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".milk".
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29th Sep '16 1:52:59 AM CaptainTedium
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* In an episode where the gang tries to "potty train" Spike at the end they [[ItMakesSenseInContext all pretend to pee on a tree]]. The boys are standing up but Lil is ''crouching''. Yes, that's how most females pee but the radar normally doesn't allow such things.

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* In an episode where "Potty-Training Spike", the gang tries to "potty train" Spike at due to believing that he isn't allowed to urinate on the tree, which they were led to believe because Chuckie was admonished by Didi for attempting to do so. At the end they [[ItMakesSenseInContext all pretend of the episode, when Chuckie finally decides to pee relieve himself on a tree]].the tree after seeing Spike do it and concluding that the rules have been changed again, the others decide that peeing on the tree looks like fun and follow suit. The boys are standing up but Lil is ''crouching''. Yes, that's how most females pee but the radar normally doesn't allow such things.



* Despite all of this, the cute-looking premise of the show (and the fact its protagonists are babies) was apparently enough to be considered acceptable for airing on '''NickJr''' at one point during the 1990s and 2014.

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* Despite all of this, the cute-looking premise of the show (and the fact its protagonists are babies) was apparently enough to be considered acceptable for airing on '''NickJr''' '''Creator/NickJr''' at one point during the 1990s and 2014.



* In one episode, Angelica begs her dad to give her a little brother or sister at a carnival. Betty responds with this radar obliterating gem:

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* In one episode, "Sister Act", Angelica begs her dad to give her a little brother or sister at a carnival. Betty responds with this radar obliterating gem:
29th Sep '16 1:45:47 AM CaptainTedium
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** "''I see London, I see France, I see Coco's [[DefeatByModesty under]][[PantyShot pants]]''!"



* "''I see London, I see France, I see Coco's [[DefeatByModesty under]][[PantyShot pants]]''!"
29th Sep '16 1:42:45 AM CaptainTedium
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* In the movie, Dil pulls Tommy's diaper down while he's talking to the other babies. We see their reactions but special mention goes to Lil's expression of wonder and excitement.

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* In the movie, ''WesternAnimation/TheRugratsMovie''
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Dil pulls Tommy's diaper down while he's talking to the other babies. We see their reactions but special mention goes to Lil's expression of wonder and excitement.excitement.
** Charlotte says that she just knew Didi was going to have a boy, with the following line: "You know what they say: born under Venus, look for a--" (At which point her cell phone rings and interrupts her.)
** One of the songs used in the movie gets away with the lyric [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rrmslMWkXJw "So fast the wind'll blow dry your asshole."]] It helps that the lyrics are [[SomethingSomethingLeonardBernstein nigh-indecipherable]], but still, one of the biggest GCPTR moments for this series.
*** If you're looking for that lyric, see about 1:04 to 1:09.
*** 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?"
** In the same movie, another song sneaks in a reference to circumcision. Specifically, a baby girl bemoans the loss of her umbilical cord, to which a baby boy responds by looking in his diaper and telling her "Consider yourself lucky."



* An episode has Tommy say he needs something hard and thin to put through the Chinese fingertrap in able to take it off his fingers. He then puts his hands into his diaper... to get a screwdriver, but even so...
* An even better (or worse) line occurred in the episode in which Chuckie became obsessed with playing with an inflatable clown doll named Boppo to the point of ignoring the other babies. Says Phil, "A kid his age should be outside playing with his friends, not sitting alone in his room bopping his Boppo." Cue massive DoubleTake.
* Also, in [[WesternAnimation/TheRugratsMovie the]] [[TheMovie movie]], Charlotte says that she just knew Didi was going to have a boy, with the following line: "You know what they say: born under Venus, look for a--" (At which point her cell phone rings and interrupts her.)
* In the episode The Odd Couple, Stu calls Chaz to ask him to watch Tommy. Chaz tells Stu he has to go, he's paying two dollars a minute on the other line. Stu says something inaudible, to which Chaz, somewhat defensively, remarks "No, Stu, I'm on the Crossword Hotline!" I wonder what Stu thought he was doing...
** If you look real closely on the crossword puzzle Chaz is taken he asks for the answer to number one down. The clue is "Stupid" and 1 across is "Door", and reading down the word dum is already written in...with four more letters needed.

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* An episode "Fugitive Tommy" has Tommy say he needs something hard and thin to put through the Chinese fingertrap in able to take it off his fingers. He then puts his hands into his diaper... to get a screwdriver, but even so...
* An even better (or worse) *A questionable line occurred occurs in the episode "Give and Take", in which Chuckie became obsessed with playing with an inflatable clown doll named Boppo to the point of ignoring the other babies. Says Phil, "A kid his age should be outside playing with his friends, not sitting alone in his room bopping his Boppo." Cue massive DoubleTake.
* Also, in [[WesternAnimation/TheRugratsMovie the]] [[TheMovie movie]], Charlotte says that she just knew Didi was going to have a boy, with the following line: "You know what they say: born under Venus, look for a--" (At which point her cell phone rings and interrupts her.)
* In the episode The "The Odd Couple, Couple", Stu calls Chaz to ask him to watch Tommy. Chaz tells Stu he has to go, he's paying two dollars a minute on the other line. Stu says something inaudible, to which Chaz, somewhat defensively, remarks "No, Stu, I'm on the Crossword Hotline!" I wonder what Stu thought he was doing...
** If you look real closely on the crossword puzzle Chaz is taken he asks for the answer to number one down. The clue is "Stupid" and 1 across is "Door", and reading down the word dum is already written in...with four more letters needed. The most likely answer is "dumbass".



* [[DirtyOldMan Grandpa Lou]] rents some movies: ''Reptar Come Home'', ''Reptar Redux'', "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oS-sGGy6sdA&feature=related And my personal favourite... Lonely Space Vixens!]]" Grandpa then adds "... that's for after you go to bed."
* The episode ''No More Cookies'' is a clear allusion to drug addiction.
** As is ''Weaning Tommy''. Tommy looks like he's going through withdrawals, he hides bottles in random places, he bargains with Phil and Lil, and even says "[[INeedAFreakingDrink I need a drink]]" at one point.
* One of the songs used in The Rugrats Movie gets away with the lyric [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rrmslMWkXJw "So fast the wind'll blow dry your asshole."]] It helps that the lyrics are [[SomethingSomethingLeonardBernstein nigh-indecipherable]], but still, one of the biggest GCPTR moments for this series.
** If you're looking for that lyric, see about 1:04 to 1:09.
** 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?"
** In the same movie, another song sneaks in a reference to circumcision. Specifically, a baby girl bemoans the loss of her umbilical cord, to which a baby boy responds by looking in his diaper and telling her "Consider yourself lucky."

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* "Grandpa's Date"
** The main premise of the episode is Lou's old girlfriend Morgana visiting after years apart and him trying to do everything he can to keep Tommy and Chuckie upstairs because he doesn't want her to know he's a grandpa. She reveals that she left him because she witnessed him making-out with a woman named Trixie. Lou tries to explain that he was giving her CPR, but it's revealed later in the series that "Trixie" is the name of Stu and Drew's mother. So when Lou tries to explain to her that the reason he didn't want her to know he had grandchildren was because she would think he's too old could be to hide the fact that the affair he had with Trixie resulted in children.
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[[DirtyOldMan Grandpa Lou]] rents some movies: ''Reptar Come Home'', ''Reptar Redux'', "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oS-sGGy6sdA&feature=related And my personal favourite... Lonely Space Vixens!]]" Grandpa then adds "... that's for after you go to bed."
* The episode ''No "No More Cookies'' Cookies", where Angelica attempts to cut back on cookies, is a clear allusion to drug addiction.
** As is ''Weaning Tommy''. * "Weaning Tommy" does the same thing as "No More Cookies", only with Tommy's difficulty in giving up drinking from a bottle being used as the stand-in for drug addiction. Tommy looks like he's going through withdrawals, he hides bottles in random places, he bargains with Phil and Lil, and even says "[[INeedAFreakingDrink I need a drink]]" at one point.
* One of the songs used in The Rugrats Movie gets away with the lyric [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rrmslMWkXJw "So fast the wind'll blow dry your asshole."]] It helps that the lyrics are [[SomethingSomethingLeonardBernstein nigh-indecipherable]], but still, one of the biggest GCPTR moments for this series.
** If you're looking for that lyric, see about 1:04 to 1:09.
** 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?"
** In the same movie, another song sneaks in a reference to circumcision. Specifically, a baby girl bemoans the loss of her umbilical cord, to which a baby boy responds by looking in his diaper and telling her "Consider yourself lucky."
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* In "Reptar on Ice" the babies find a lizard, and a running gag is that they [[SquirrelsInMyPants put it down their diapers]] when their parents are coming to them. When the lizard is inside Tommy's diaper, you can tell Tommy is getting a little more "''[[JizzedInMyPants enjoyment]]''" out of it.



* The episode, "Grandpa's Date" has Lou's old girlfriend visiting after years apart and him trying to do everything he can to keep Tommy and Chuckie upstairs because he doesn't want her to know he's a grandpa. She reveals that she left him because she witnessed him making-out with a woman named Trixie. Lou tries to explain that he was giving her CPR, but it's revealed later in the series that "Trixie" is the name of Stu and Drew's mother. So when Lou tries to explain to her that the reason he didn't want her to know he had grandchildren was because she would think he's too old could be to hide the fact that the affair he had with Trixie resulted in children.
28th Sep '16 11:20:11 PM CaptainTedium
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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 .

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* In the episode, episode "Tommy and the Secret Club", Angelica name-drops one of the most feared world leaders (at the time). While it's mispronounced, it's obvious who she meant .meant.
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".
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