Rugrats

Season 9 Episode 9

The Bravliest Baby/Gimme An "A"

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Aired Daily 2:00 PM Jun 08, 2003 on Nickelodeon
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The Bravliest Baby:
At the local playground, monkey bars and a slide doubled as "Mount Neverrest", on the Rugrats' latest adventure. However, Tommy lost his grip and fell. While Angelica's Cynthiamobile broke his fall, he escaped uninjured, but there's one problem -- he became a fraidy cat. This led to Angelica's own test of bravery, which will determine who's the new bravest Rugrat -- or at least, see if Tommy can get his bravery back.

Gimme An "A":
As part of her science experiment for her Child Psychology degree, Didt takes Tommy and the Rugrats to Kinyuka College, where she tries to find a way to make the Rugrats go to sleep faster, using a wind-up toy that plays lullabies. But when tests didn't work as expected, Didi tells Betty that she'll cry if she doesn't get an "A". This promoted the Rugrats to search the college campus for that elusive "A".moreless

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    • QUOTES (1)

      • Student 1: (Cheerfully) Go ahead. Guess what!
        Student 2: You popped a zit?
        Student 1: No.
        Student 2: You're switching dorms?
        Student 1: No.
        Student 2: You're switching schools?
        Student 1: No. (Holds up a Calculus test with an "A")
        Student 2: So what do I care if some kid named Eduardo got an "A" on his Calculus test.
        Student 1: (Crying) I didn't get an "A".

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      • In the US, an "A" is the best mark you can get for a class or test. Below "A", there's "B", then "C", then "D", with the worst mark being "F" (some schools use "E" to denote failure).

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