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All Grown Up!

Season 3 Episode 8

Dude, Where's My Horse?

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Aired Sunday 6:30 AM Jul 16, 2005 on Nickelodeon
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Dude, Where's My Horse?
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As babies the Rugrats used to dream about being cowboys, and as tweens they finally get to make those dreams come true! When the gang is invited to spend a week at a dude ranch, will Tommy and his city slicker pals adapt to the ways of the old west?moreless

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  • Tommy and the gang go to a dude ranch for a vacation. When they loose the ranch owner and his friend on a riding trip they\'ll need a lot more than luck to return home.moreless

    9.1
    Very funny! I thought it\'d be bad but it was really funny. Reject (the ostrich) was SOOO cute. I bought the DVD when it came out...I love it! It\'s NOT a Western ripoff. I loved seeing Tommy try to ride a horse...he was like Chuckie there.... I think the Red family was a little weird though. I really recommend this episode!
Joe Alaskey

Joe Alaskey

Grandpa Lou Pickles

Cree Summer

Cree Summer

Susie Carmichael

E. G. Daily

E. G. Daily

Tommy Pickles

Cheryl Chase

Cheryl Chase

Angelica C. Pickles

Dionne Quan

Dionne Quan

Kimi Watanabe-Finster

Tara Strong

Tara Strong

Dylan "Dil" Pickles

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  • QUOTES (16)

    • Kimi: (About the ostriches) Somebody has to take charge.
      Dil: I'll do it! Is this one of those times where I say something and you guys ignore it?
      Susie: Yeah.
      Dil: Thank you.

    • Phil: (Singing) Home, home on the range. Where the deer and the antelope play. Where seldom is heard a discouraging word. And the skies are not cloudy all day. (Stops singing, to Lil) Not bad, huh?
      Lil: I don't know you.

    • Tommy: You sure play some lousy horseshoes. What do you get out of that?
      Grandpa Lou: First of all, it's fun. Secondly, if I didn't take up horseshoes, I never would have met your grandmother.
      Tommy: She played, too?
      Grandpa Lou: No, she was walking by. I broke her nose.

    • Little Red: Any luck with cow tipping? Listen, Susie, I don't want to spoil your fun, but there ain't no such thing as cow tipping. It's an urban legend.
      Susie: So, it's a hoax? Oh, like us city kids don't have alligators in our sewers.
      Little Red: (Spits out his drink, sadly) You don't have alligators in your sewers?

    • Tommy: Chuckie, I'm sorry was kind of a jerk to you the other night.
      Chuckie: Nah, you weren't a jerk, just testy. But you seem like you're in a good mood now. Did you finally lasso the wooden cow?
      Tommy: Nope. I finally accepted the fact that I'm the lamest cowboy on the planet, and I'm completely comfortable with it.
      Chuckie: I've always said the key to happiness is... lowered expectations.

    • Tommy: Not everyone can expect to be a cowboy overnight.
      (Chuckie begins playing harmonica)
      Tommy: When did you learn how to play the harmonica?
      Chuckie: I play the harmonica?

    • Chuckie: Okay, you haven't said one word for the past 23 minutes. What's the matter?
      Tommy: Nothing.
      Chuckie: You want some help with the horse stuff?
      Tommy: Why? I know what I'm doing... just not yet.
      Chuckie: I'm surprised I'm so good at this stuff. But I think it's because I didn't think I would be good at all, so being bad wasn't so scary, and being good got easier. Do you know what I mean?
      Tommy: Was I supposed to?

    • Big Red: Hey, hey, hey, hey! What's all the ruckus in here?
      Dil: It's not really a ruckus. It's more of a hubbub.

    • Angelica: Ah! There's this thing chasing me! It's hideous! Get it off me!
      Susie: What is it?
      Angelica: A really ugly duck?! How should I know? I accidentally hatched it, and now it won't stop following me! Stay away from me. I have orange sauce and I am not afraid to use it.
      Susie: Oh, look... the little thing thinks you're his mama.
      Angelica: Well, I'm not. It's ugly, and dirty, and smells like Phil!

    • Susie: Leave it up to Tommy to give shoveling manure a good rap.

    • Angelica: (To Red & Big Red, as they leave) Which one of you do I talk to about room service?

    • Big Red: Well, it's 4:00 pm - y'all better catch some shuteye. Around here, we get up before the roosters.

    • Angelica: This arrangement's fine for the preteens, but I'm going to my own bathroom with a hot tub, Internet access, and free movies.
      Red: (To Grandpa, about Angelica) If you adjust her dial, does the static go away?

    • Angelica: What are you looking at?
      Little Red: Uh... I - I never met a city girl before. How did you get your hair so shiny?
      Angelica: We bathe.

    • (On the bus, Angelica's kicking Tommy's seat)
      Tommy: Angelica, do you have to keep kicking my seat?
      Angelica: No, I don't have to, but seeing as how you got us into this mess, it's my pleasure.

    • Red: Look at these critters - citified, just like their grandpa. Wouldn't last 'til lunch working my ranch, which is at 8:00 in the morning, 'cause we get up at 3:00.
      Grandpa Lou: Ah, ranch life's clouded your brain, old man. Remember when we were kids? You bet I wouldn't last a week at the ranch. Made it all the way to September.
      Red: You were on bed rest.
      Grandpa Lou: I broke my leg.
      Red: Getting off the bus.

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