History WMG / Rugrats

4th May '17 12:39:29 PM Unicorndance
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[[WMG: Tommy wasn't really sick in "Slumber Party"]]
Maybe, he wasn't hallucinating. Maybe he was actually asleep and dreaming. Angelica did say he barfed, but maybe he barfed in his sleep while he was dreaming. And maybe, he wasn't sick, he was just dreaming that they were saying he was. As for looking out of sorts at dinner, maybe he was just sleepy. After all, if he was cold from the window, he might not have gotten enough sleep. This is backed up by the fact that the cold can't [[CatchYourDeathOfCold make you sick]] but it can keep you awake, dreaming is way more common than hallucinating, and sometimes people do dream that everyone thinks they're sick. As for Didi thinking he was sick when she put him to bed, well, she can be a bit paranoid at times.
8th Mar '17 2:39:19 PM Unicorndance
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[[WMG: Melville didn't really die]]
After all, he's a slater, and sometimes slaters look dead when they're really alive.
26th Feb '17 9:35:40 PM ZPanda1000
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***Don't forget that Betty does have a twin brother named Freddie


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**Didi is also a home economics teacher, it's just not explored much, so she probably provides stable income while Stu's inventions give them a little extra
11th Dec '16 5:42:17 PM AustinDR
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[[WMG: The babies in Rugrats don't exist and are products of Angelica's imagination because her mother ignores her and her relationship with her father is shallow and parasitic.]]

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[[WMG: [[WebOriginal/TheRugratsTheory The babies in Rugrats don't exist and are products of Angelica's imagination because her mother ignores her and her relationship with her father is shallow and parasitic.]]]]]]
7th Oct '16 3:54:21 PM mimitchi33
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* [[WMG: Angelica based her [[ImaginaryFriend imaginary friends]] on the babies. This is why she is able to understand them.]]
Sometimes, children base their imaginary friends on actual people. When my older brother was a little kid, he based his imaginary friend on a kid at his preschool. I have also read a story where a girl's deceased grandparent was her imaginary friend.
24th Sep '16 10:11:26 PM Keniko
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** One version of the theory says "In All Grown Up, Angelica's delusions are exacerbated by her being addicted to narcotics. Supposedly, Angelica's biological mom died from a heroin overdose and Angelica developed problems further on as her mom took drugs while being pregnant. Angelica got hooked to these mind-altering drugs in order to continue her relationship with her "Rugrat creations," as they were the only company she'd ever really kept.Her mom was called Cynthia, which is where the doll's name stems from. Angelica mirrored her mother's image in the Barbie doll, which is why she was so attached to it. The woman shown as Angelica's mom in the Rugrats is actually her step-mom."
22nd Sep '16 10:11:43 AM alnair20aug93
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* So, if counting [[WesternAnimation/AllGrownUp the spin-off]], did Angelica continue to imagine these [[FridgeHorror until middle school]]?
6th Sep '16 8:13:36 AM dante8
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[[WMG: [[CountryMatters THIS]] is the word Angelica kept using in the Miss Carol episode.]]

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[[WMG: [[CountryMatters [[PrecisionFStrike THIS]] is the word Angelica kept using in the Miss Carol episode.]]



* I always thought it was [[PrecisionFStrike this one]], because it fits the covering noises better and it's the most commonly used of the main curse words.
** Since it was in reference to the kids "Little...." it was probably either Little Cunts or Little Shits
** Now that I'm a grown up, I agree that it was definitely... well, as Didi said, [[CountryMatters ewww.]] When Angelica asks Drew and Charlotte what it means, they refuse to tell her. If it was "Shits", they could have said, "It's a nasty grown up word for poop." But explaining the other one to a three year old? They couldn't even tell her where babies come from in the stork episode.
*** If that's the case, then I'm calling FridgeBrilliance, because that's the perfect explanation for why they couldn't explain it.
*** Have to disagree here since a sharp-eyed viewer can clearly see Angelica start to make the 'f' sound before the camera cuts away from her when she's onstage. It's short but it's there and in no way looks like she's starting to say...[[CountryMatters yeah]].

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* I always thought it was [[PrecisionFStrike this one]], because it fits A sharp-eyed viewer can clearly see Angelica start to make the covering noises better and 'f' sound before the camera cuts away from her when she's onstage. It's short but it's the most commonly used of the main curse words.
there.
** Since it was in reference to the kids "Little...." it was probably either Little Cunts or Little Shits
** Now that I'm a grown up, I agree that it was definitely... well, as Didi said, [[CountryMatters ewww.]] When Angelica asks Drew and Charlotte what it means, they refuse to tell her. If it was "Shits", they could have said, "It's a nasty grown up word
The bleeps are definitely for poop." But explaining the other one to a three year old? They couldn't even tell her where babies come from in the stork episode.
*** If that's the case, then I'm calling FridgeBrilliance, because that's the perfect explanation for why they couldn't explain it.
two syllables too, so f-ers would fit.
*** Have to disagree here since a sharp-eyed viewer can clearly see When Angelica start asks Drew and Charlotte what it means, they refuse to make tell her. If it was "shits", they could have said, "It's a nasty grown up word for poop." But explaining the 'f' sound before the camera cuts away other one to a three year old? They couldn't tell her where babies come from her when she's onstage. It's short but it's there and in no way looks like she's starting to say...[[CountryMatters yeah]].
the stork episode.
8th Aug '16 6:07:31 PM Keniko
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[[WMG: Tommy Pickles wrote a Hollywood screenplay that originated in fuzzy memories of his childhood, but the film was reworked to become [Film/Gremlins] ]]

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[[WMG: Tommy Pickles wrote a Hollywood screenplay that originated in fuzzy memories of his childhood, but the film was reworked to become [Film/Gremlins] ]]
Gremlins]]
8th Aug '16 6:07:02 PM Keniko
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[[WMG: Tommy Pickles wrote a Hollywood screenplay that originated in fuzzy memories of his childhood, but the film was reworked to become ''Film/Gremlins'' ]]

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[[WMG: Tommy Pickles wrote a Hollywood screenplay that originated in fuzzy memories of his childhood, but the film was reworked to become ''Film/Gremlins'' [Film/Gremlins] ]]
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