Reptar On Ice / Family Feud

Season 2, Ep 10, Aired 11/8/92
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  • Episode Description
  • Reptar On Ice: Bored at home the grown ups decide to take the rugrats to see "Reptar On Ice", but when they find Reptar's baby the rugrats decide to be part of the act. Family Feud: After Tommy, Phil and Lil's parents get in a big fight Chuckie's dad tries to make them the best of friends again. If he fails Tommy and Chuckie will never see Phil and Lil again!moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Jack Riley

    Stu Pickles

  • David Doyle

    Louis Pickles

  • Phil Proctor

    Howard DeVille/Businessman/D.J.

  • E. G. Daily

    Tommy Pickles

  • Michael Bell

    Drew Pickles/Chazz Finster/Harry

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (10)

    • Didi: (Answering the phone) Hello. Betty (After Tommy tried to phone her only for Didi (unknowingly) to hang the phone up) Real mature Didi. Aren't we getting a little old for prank phone calls!? Didi: What (Betty hangs the phone up) Ooh that woman makes me so angry!

    • (The parents are still arguing). Stu: (To Howard) What about the time you borrowed my golf clubs and bent my putter? (Chaz notices the kids are gone). Didi: (To Betty) And another thing, Betty--don't forget the time you were supposed to take the kids to-- Chaz: Hey, the kids! Where are the kids? (The parents bicker again, this time, about losing the kids). Chaz: (Getting their attention) Look at you! Don't you see what you've done?! While you were insulting each other and bringing up every petty difference from your past, you've forgotten about your children, the most important thing in your insignificant lives! You ought to be ashamed! (The parents are ashamed because of it). Howard: Charles is right. Our behavior's been absolutely disgusting. I'm a failure and I've let everybody down while I should be-- Betty: Yeah, yeah. Whine later, ya' little man. We gotta find the kids! (The parents begin their search).

    • Didi: Well tell her (Betty) I want my Sampler pack back. Chaz: (Sighing) At least I'm getting plenty of exercise...

    • Lou: Say, Stu doesn't that look like Tommy out there? Stu: (Waking up) Wha? Tommy? Tommy! Didi! The kids are out on the ice! Didi: Oh, my goodness! What are they doing out there? Lou: (Flipping through the program guide) It isn't in the program, that's for sure!

    • Stu: I'd be willing to put the whole thing aside if they can do just one thing for me... Chaz: (Hopefully) What's that? Stu: Erect a 20 foot billboard on their front lawn that says "Home of the Fatheads"

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    Notes (1)

    • The songs and music used for the "Reptar On Ice" stage show is written by Mark Mothersbaugh (music) and Gaffney (words). The "soundtrack" can be found on the In Search Of The Mighty Reptar cassette & CD from Rhino Records.

    Trivia (4)

    • When the park scene first opens you see that the sign says Friendship Park followed by a list of prohibited items including Alchohol, Skateboarding, Bicycles, and Barbecues (misspelled "Barbaque"). Later, as Stu, Didi, Chaz, Tommy, and Chuckie approach the spot where Betty, Howard, Phil, and Lil are, you see another sign that lists more prohibitions, but are hard to read. They become easier to see and appear to read "NO DOGS / NO PICNICS / NO TUNES / NO NUTHIN'"

    • Goof: In the episode "Family Feud" Howards shirt pocket changes size throughout the episode.

    • Goof: On the episode "Reptar On Ice" when the babies are in the playpen Phil's shoes disappear, so he is barefoot, and then reappear.

    • Goof: Throughout this episode, Betty wears sweatpants, as she usually does. However, when Stu and Didi found her and Howard sitting on a bench at the park, she was wearing shorts. From when she stands up to continue arguing to the end of the episode, Betty was wearing sweatpants again.

    Allusions (2)

    • Dances with Wolves the charades clue Howard missed was based on the 1990 film starring Kevin Costner as a Civil War lieutenant out in a desolate post, his chasing a wolf off his property running back and forth led the local Indian tribe to believe he was 'dancing' with the wolf, eventually giving it to him as an honorary tribal name.

    • Title: Family Feud Also the name of a gameshow.

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