Rugrats

Season 9 Episode 10

Fountain Of Youth/Kimi Takes The Cake

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Aired Daily 2:00 PM Oct 05, 2002 on Nickelodeon
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Fountain Of Youth:
The Rugrats and their families go to Stu & Drew's old cabin on Lake Crackanee, where, as kids, Stu & Drew first met Chazz. After seeing some old movies of themselves as kids, Stu wishes that they were young again. The wish, of course, became a mission for the Rugrats, who started searching for "The Fountain Of Youth", which, they claim, can turn their parents into little kids. It's all fun, until Angelica told the Rugrats that, once their parents become babies, she'll be the one in charge.

Kimi Takes The Cake:
On Kimi's birthday (she's 2 now, isn't she?), Stu plans to take the kids to a family-friendly place called "The Happy Castle", where Kimi will have her party. But, for some reason, they arrived instead at a gothic / punk nightclub, where Taffy is playing with her band. Thinking that the party is here, they try to find the birthday cake, which, by the time everyone gotten to it, was already melted.moreless

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    Phil Proctor

    Phil Proctor

    Howard DeVille

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    Michael Bell

    Michael Bell

    Drew Pickles/Chazz Finster

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    Amanda Bynes

    Amanda Bynes

    Taffy

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      • This is the first time we see Kimi in a bathing suit.

      • In this episode, in the nightclub, Stu contacts Didi using his new satellite phone. And it's not any satellite phone -- it's the "Pickles Ultimate Satellite System", or "PUSS". Unlike traditional cellular phones (where you must be within a certain distance from a cellular antenna), satellite phones can be used almost anywhere on earth, as long as the phone "sees" the satellite. However, satellite phones, and their calling plans, can be quite expensive. And of course, you often have to buy your own equipment from the provider, not jerry-rig one up yourself (like Stu's). Just as well, though -- Stu's satellite phone doesn't work well.

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