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Goof: When Angelica first draws herself, she scribbles over her dress and shoes and draws herself an orange crown. But in the next shot where she yells at the babies, the scribbles are gone and the crown is red. Later during Tommy's movie, the green blob that was Chucky disappears when Chucky's drawing of himself appears, but the red blob that was Tommy doesn't disappear when Chucky's drawing of superhero Tommy appears.
Chuckie: (Showing off his "Home Movies") This is my world, and welcome to it.
Angelica: What happened, did somebody turn off the lights?
Chuckie: No! That's the sky and that's the ground.
Angelica: You call that a sky?
Chuckie: Of course not, you're holding it upside-down.
Mr. Friend: Do your homework, study hard, and don't eat food that's cooked in lard.
Mr. Friend: Let's play a game of hide-and-seek. My turn to hide, but don't you peek.
Mr. Friend: Oh boy; a brand new friend to meet! Let's wash our hands before we eat!
Mr. Friend: (Buried under the ground with worms slithering near it) Stay away from squiggly worms; they're full of dirt and yucky ger-r-r-r-r-r-ge-er, germs.
Mr. Friend: Lets all think of happy things and laugh and skip and dance and sing.
Mr. Friend: Rise and shine you sleepy head; it's no fun to stay in bed.
Mr. Friend: A word of caution if you please; don't kiss the cat when it has fleas.
Mr. Friend: You can call me Mr. Friend; you'll never ever be bored again.
Mr. Friend: Hello kiddies; rise and shine; I'm your friend, and you are mine.
Mr. Friend: Mr. Friend says, please be fair; no one gets hurt when you share.
Mr. Friend: Here I am; don't be blue and I will sing a song for you. (Sings "London Bridge is Falling Down" / "Merrily We Roll Along")
Mr. Friend: Obey your parents; stay out of danger; take daily naps; don't talk to strangers.
All Mr. Friends: Hey little pal, it's time to play. We're going to have a happy day.
(Mr. Friend scares Tommy & Chuckie after he malfunctions)
Chuckie: What do we do now?
Tommy: Do you have to ask? (Both cry)
Stu: I'm not selling out to any giant corporate monolith; not yet, anyway.
Didi: (Thinking the quotes uttered by Mr. Friend aren't very good) Stu, please, I beg of you! Hire a writer!
Chuckie: I saw this movie, King Krong, where he was pushed off the Entire State Building.
Chuckie: So why don't we push him off the Entire State Building? (Tommy, Phil & Lil appear puzzled) Never mind. I don't know why I even try.
(In one of their countless efforts to stop Mr. Friend, the Rugrats bury him, and Chuckie says a little prayer for him)
Chuckie: Inkle finkle dinkle doo.
Phil & Lil: A-hem!
Lil: (After an army of "Mr. Friends" escapes from the laundry room / factory) This is gonna be one of those days, huh?
Minka: (Encouraging Boris to put on a brave face when watching the movies) Be a mensch and live through it.
Charlotte: It's worse than a hostile takeover, Jonathan; I'm watching my brother-in-law's home movies.
Angelica: "Home movies" are movies that other people don't want to watch.
Tommy: But why do they watch home movies?
Angelica: They have to; it's the law.
Angelica: It's going to be a laugh! He can't draw his way out of a paper bag!
Tommy: Why would he want to?
Chuckie: Tommy, fender of truth, hummus, and the American cheese!
Angelica: Put your monkey where your mouth is!
Tommy: I'm warning you, this isn't going to be pretty; I don't have all my motor skills, yet.
The Rugrats' drawings for this episode were actually created by the producers' children, listed at the end of the segment.
King Krong, likely a reference to King Kong
Boris: Hello, Dr. Kevorkian?
This show features a reference to Dr. Jack Kevorkian. Boris has apparently gotten so bored of Stu's home movies that he's actually calling "Dr. Death"!
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