Angelica C. Pickles
Phillip "Phil"/Lillian "Lil"/Betty DeVille
Amish Boy/The Rogers Clones
When they are about to go to the indian thing, when the kids look over the edge, a lot of people, including Trevor, can be seen. Exactly how would Trevor know they were there?
When Angelica is in the R.V. and knocks over her mother, Charlotte, once she gets up and you can see the R.V. in a further view and everyone there, you can clearly see that Charlotte is actually shorter than where the door to the R.V. is. So, Angelica shouldn't have been able to have knocked over her mother.
Tommy: I'm sorry, guys. This mess is all my fault. I wanted to prove something, and now we'll never get Susie to the Gracy's Day Parade on time. It couldn't get any worse.
Tommy: I... want... my... mommy!
(Everyone starts crying)
Angelica: Oh, you preteens are pathetic. I want my mommy's... credit card! (Starts crying, too)
Kimi: I'm cold.
Lil: I'm tired.
Susie: I'm thirsty.
Angelica: I'm ugly.
Lil: Guy with the beard made it sound so easy. Does anybody have any idea where we are?
Chuckie: (Holding up map) We're right here on Route 66 North. Or 99 South?
Susie: Two words: home schooling.
Tommy: Look, I picked up a map. Now, we're here.
Phil: In that state shaped like a board game box?
Tommy: Yes, and our moms are here.
Chuckie: In the state that kind of looks like a shoe?
Tommy: Yes, all we have to do is figure out how to get across that big, flat state between them.
Susie: Don't they teach you kids geography anymore?
Angelica: What do you mean you've lost the credit card number?! How are we going to get to Minnesota?!
Angelica: Whatever "M" state our moms are in!
Lil: Whatever it is, is probably tracking Phil's bag of bones. I told you you should've left that thing.
Phil: I did, but you came anyway.
Phil: Whoa, I love this movie!
Lucy: Movie? Didi, I thought the kids weren't supposed to zone out on this trip.
Tommy: I downloaded a DVD. I needed something to get my mind off leaving Rachel.
Didi: And the Grand Canyon wouldn't do it?
Phil: Not like Revenge of the Crypt Comber V.
Dil: Boy, are you guys sticks in the mud. This trip's going to be epic. You want to know why? Because this is the Southwest, my friend. Home of UFO crashes, nuclear test sites, frozen alien bodies hidden in government hangars -- along with all my missing socks. We are talking the freaky capital of the freaky world! And I say... (Looks out window) ... Look, Bigfoot! Nix that. Just a really hairy guy with his shirt off.
Susie: Only I wish you guys could all come to New York to cheer me on.
Angelica: New York City? That sure would take the sting out of narrowly mising the chance of singing in the parade.
Susie: Narrowly? You didn't even make it past the first audition.
(Angelica spills drink on Susie again)
Angelica: Were you talking to me?
Susie: Sometimes I can't believe it. I am representing the American Cheese Council. Did you know cheese represents .02% of our gross national product?
Dil: Uh, no.
Kimi: Did you know that, Angelica?
Angelica: I'm sorry, I wasn't listening. I was just admiring my cuticles. Aren't they lovely? (Spills drink on Susie) Oops.
Kimi: You did that on purpose.
Angelica: Did what?
Tommy: What's going on?
Chuckie: We're all going to the Gracy Day Parade.
Tommy: No way! That's wicked awesome. So, how are we getting there? First-class airfare?
Lil: Staying at swanky hotels?
Betty: Better! We're taking an R.V.!
Angelica: You've got to be kidding.
Dil: Check it out. We can see where we're going and where we've been at the same time! I've been training myself to do that for a whole year!
Chuckie: (About Tommy) Did you see that? Did you? She kissed him -- on the mouth and everything.
Phil: Of all the things that have touched my lips, the thought of someone else's never even occurred to me. I'm repelled... and yet oddly intrigued.
Didi: According to Lipshitz, this could be our last great bonding experience with the kids, Betty. I don't want to miss one natural wonder or cultural highlight.
Betty: Ah, just as long as we make good time -- we got a whole country to cross in five days.
Didi: My, that is a lot of driving.
Betty: That's why I brought my own personal blend of beans. I call it "Betty Blast." A couple of slugs of this... (Slurps) ... and I'm good to go!
Lil: It's the onions, right?
Phil: (Crying) No, I'm just bored to tears!
Kimi: I was over at the bathrooms, and guess who I found digging in the garbage.
Phil: Hey, I was here the whole time.
Betty: Look what we found in the gift shop! Matching hats!
Charlotte: Doesn't it just scream "tourist" in a tacky, yet trendy kind of way?
Chuckie: (Sarcastically) Oh, yeah, this will really help me with the ladies.
Didi: Ah, the Grand Canyon. You know, Tommy, it takes four billion years for Mother Nature to make a rock tower like that.
Tommy: And you're going to make me stand here and watch her make it, aren't you?
Susie: Excuse me, but have you all forgotten what this trip is for?!
Angelica: To make you even more insufferably perfect than you are?
Susie: And to promote the good work of America's hard-working cheese producers.
Dil: Guys, did you hear that? A geniune apparitional sighting -- with water feature.
Tommy: Finally, something we want to do.
Lil: Our moms aren't going to let us go out in the desert alone at midnight.
Phil: Oh, yeah, we might "touch" something.
This episode's name is the same name as an episode of ChalkZone.
This episode takes place after "Rachel, Rachel."
Rachel appears in this episode, even though she isn't supposed to appear until "Rachel, Rachel."
Chuckie remembers he didn't have a mom.
Running Gag: 1) Chuckie trying to get a girl to kiss him. 2) Didi keeps breaking/ruining things she tells the others not to touch, without realizing it.
Throughout the episode, Lil repeatedly kicks a soccer ball.
Kimi gets a new dog in this episode.
When Tommy cries, he still sounds like he does when he was little.
Trevor from "Memoirs of a Finster" makes a cameo in this episode.
Episode Title Pun: "Are We Having Fun Yet?"
The music that is heard in the background during the parade seems to resemble the gummi bears theme song in Rugrats.
Episode Title: R.V. Having Fun Yet?
The title of the episode, "R.V. Having Fun Yet?" is a parody of the movie, Are We There Yet?
Gracy's Day Parade: Name
The name of the Thanksgiving parade that Susie sings at is a spoof off of the actual Thanksgiving Day parade called, "Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade."
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