Rugrats

Season 3 Episode 8

The Last Babysitter / Sour Pickles

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Aired Daily 2:00 PM Nov 14, 1993 on Nickelodeon
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The Last Babysitter:
Alisa finally gets a chance to be mature and responsible by babysitting Tommy, Susie, Buster, and other babies but problems arise when the lights blackout and Tommy and Susie see a shadow in the hall.

Sour Pickles:
Grandpa Lou tells the story of how much Stu and Drew fought as babies and try to get the old tv working so they can watch the TV show, "Blocky and Oxwinkle."moreless

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    I haven't seen Sour Pickles, but I saw The Last Babysitter. The Last Babysitter in one of the best episodes in my opinion. It was so great. I haven't seen it in a while, but I want to see it really soon. Elyssa finally gets a chance to be mature and responsible by babysitting Tommy, Susie, Buster, and other babies but problems arise when the lights blackout and Tommy and Suzie see a shadow in the hall.



    This episode was fantastic, amazing, awesome, great, phoenominal, superb, almost perfect, and excellent. I loved it so much! I want to see it on more often. Please Nickelodeon, bring it back!!!moreless
Jack Riley

Jack Riley

Stu Pickles

David Doyle

David Doyle

Grandpa/Young Grandpa

E. G. Daily

E. G. Daily

Tommy Pickles/Baby Stu/Susie

Michael Bell

Michael Bell

Drew Pickles

Melanie Chartoff

Melanie Chartoff

Didi Pickles

Kath Soucie

Kath Soucie

Buster/Alisa

Ron Glass

Ron Glass

Randy Carmichael

Guest Star

Mark Mothersbaugh

Mark Mothersbaugh

Phonograph Singer

Guest Star

June Foray

June Foray

Blocky/Svetlana

Guest Star

Neil Ross

Neil Ross

Mr. Namby/Reporter

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (1)

  • QUOTES (2)

    • Young Drew: Let's play "Haggle"
      Young Stu: But I hate that game!
      Young Drew: (Opening register) Here's twenty.
      Young Stu: No.
      Young Drew: Take it!
      Young Stu: No!
      Young Drew: Take it! (Stu takes the $20) Now, which toy do you want to buy? (Stu picks a toy) Mr. Machine! Good choice, that's be ten dollars. (Stu tries to hand Drew the $20) You're supposed to Haggle! (handing Stu back the $20) Offer me less.
      Young Stu: You said it cost ten.
      Young Drew: You gotta Haggle!
      Young Stu: I wouldn't haggle if you were to give me five-hundred dollars!

    • Stu: It's our right to watch cartoons! Not my mom! Not my dad! Not even President Weisenheimer's gonna stop us!

  • NOTES (1)

  • ALLUSIONS (4)

    • Blocky and Oxwinkle is the Rugrats' knock-off of the famous classic animated show Rocky and Bulwinkle and Friends. To complete the allusion, June Foray, the actress that voiced Rocky the Flying Squirrel and Natasha the villain, voices Blocky and the female spy in Blocky and Oxwinkle.

    • The two shows Stu turned on when he was jumping on the trampoline are apparantly knock-offs of The Flintstones and The Jetsons.

    • Mr. Namby: It's the Edzell. It won't start!

      The Edzell is obviously a parody of the Edsel, a car manufactured by Ford Motors that was famous for being a lemon back in the late 1950s.

    • Susie/Tommy: (looking through a book of monsters)The U-u-morph. He likes dark places.
      T: I bet he's the one in your basement.
      S: Naw. No one's seen him for like fourteen kajillion years. I think he fell into a volcano or something.
      This is a reference to the creature Gollum from The Hobbit and LotR, former owner of the the One Ring who is under Its control. He lived in a cave deep within the Misty Mountains, scorning the light. He fell into Mount Doom, bringing with him the One Ring, and thus destroyed the Dark Lord Sauron.

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