Rugrats

Season 5 Episode 6

Fugitive Tommy / Visiting Aunt Miriam

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Aired Daily 2:00 PM Aug 22, 1998 on Nickelodeon
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Fugitive Tommy: Gabriel Lasky, a.k.a. "The One-Toothed Baby", pops one of the McNulty kids' balls by biting it; however, the McNultys placed the blame on another baby with one-tooth -- Tommy. As they cart Tommy up a hill for Tommy's punishment, Tommy escapes, leading to a manhunt, with the McNultys finding Tommy, and Tommy finding Gabriel. But will the McNultys learn the real story? And will they believe Tommy? While all this happens, Gabriel's grandpa cheats while playing chess with Tommy's grandpa. Not a Quinn-Martin production. Visiting Aunt Miriam: Aunt Miriam is back; this time, we're visiting her place, as she, Grandpa, and her friends play poker. The Rugrats become scared of the old ladies when one of them jokingly commented that Chuckie was good enough to eat, and when Miriam recruited Chuckie to become her "helper" (which was genuine, but the Rugrats felt different).moreless

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    Jack Riley

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    Joe Alaskey

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    Louis Pickles 1997-

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    Charlotte Pickles

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    Phil Proctor

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      • This is the first episode with Joe Alaskey doing the voice for Grandpa. In 1997, the original voice, David Doyle, died of a heart attack. His last episode where Doyle voiced Grandpa was the "Grandpa's Bad Bug/Lady Luck" episode. At first, when Alaskey voiced Grandpa, Grandpa sounded like Daffy Duck on pot (with apologies to Mr. Alaskey), but since the 1999 season, Alaskey got the voice of Grandpa right since his voice was nearly alike compared to Doyle's Grandpa voice.

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