Rugrats

Season 1 Episode 4

Baby Commercial / Little Dude

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Aired Daily 2:00 PM Sep 08, 1991 on Nickelodeon
9.2
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Baby Commercial:
Betty talks about her trials and tribulations regarding placing Phil and Lil in a diaper commercial, in which the twins rather ad-lib than stick with the script.

Little Dude:
Didi takes Tommy to her workplace--the local high school--for a visual aid. But when Tommy gets free and roams around campus, he becomes friends with a rebellious biker.moreless

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  • fantastic`

    9.1
    this episode actually started a nickelodeon tradition. saying the word fantabulous. now it's used in almost every nickelodeon cartoon. This was one of the olden great episdoe that were much better than spongebob or jimmy neutron or any of that crap. i thought "little dude" got the bigger half than baby commercial. little dude showed the college life within. or was it high school? bah. the point is nickelodeons gotta make more excellent episodes like these. this episode is given the 9.5 rating with the rank of superb. it deserves it.. ... ... . ... ... ... ... .. .. .moreless

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Goof: In this episode, the twins are dressed in different clothes at the TV studio. There's a spot where they cut to them sitting in the stroller. Notice that they are now wearing the clothes they normally wear. After they cut back to the full scene, they are wearing their studio clothes again.

  • QUOTES (5)

    • Jonathan: (At the window; to Phil, Lil, and Tommy) Hey kids. Tell your mom how much fun it was working with Jonathan, okay? Please, tell her. I've got candy. (they crawl away from the window) Hey, where are you going? Come back. I'll get you anything you want: toys, games, your own dressing room. Come back! It'll be different! I PROMISE!

    • Phil: Wow, he sure likes diapers.
      Lil: Maybe he isn't potty trained.

    • Rocko: (During a food fight) HOLD IT! (All action stops as he strolls over to the jock holding Tommy) I'll take that. (He takes Tommy and strolls to the door) Okay. (The food fight instantly resumes)

    • Bob: They can't hear you, Mrs. Deville - they're advertising excecutives.

    • Football Player: I just had this WASHED!

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