Season 2 Episode 1

Toy Palace / Sand Ho

Aired Daily 2:00 PM Sep 06, 1992 on Nickelodeon
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Episode Summary

Toy Palace:
Stu and Chaz take Tommy and Chuckie to the Toy Palace and Tommy and Chuckie think it would be neat to live in the store and so they sneak away. Stu and Chaz completely oblivious to whats going on leave (with a doll and a monkey doll) Tommy and Chuckie in the store. Tommy and Chuckie explore the store with a lazy security guard watching wrestling. Tommy and Chuckie soon find out living in the toy store isn't so good when they get chased by a giant ape toy called "Thorg."

Sand Ho:
The Rugrats act out Grandpa's pirate story that he told them, before he fell asleep. (As Usual)moreless

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  • Tommy and chuckie want to live in the toystore but relize it's a bad idea when a toy tries to eat them.

    the episode toy palace is was totally scary and not my favorite episode. It was painful to watch because I could

    imagine real babies getting lost in the toy store. it worried me because if I had a baby I would stay in the store

    and make sure my baby was safe.I wouldn't let my baby get lost in some stupid toystore. If stu and chazz were paying more attention then tommy and chuckie wouldn't have gotten lost.the scene were tommy gets tossed of the train was scary

    but a least he landed in the toys safely. this episode makes

    people think about child safety.moreless

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (2)

    • Goof: In the beginning of Toy Palace, the model train has a diesel locomotive horn. All other times in the episode, it has a steam whistle.

    • Goof: When Tommy first spots Angelica, he turns towards Grandpa who's glasses (with little sun glass lenses attached) flip up real quick.

  • QUOTES (5)

  • NOTES (4)

    • There where a few changes in this episode:

      1: Tommy, Chuckie, Stu, Chaz, Phil, Lil, Angelica, Grandpa Lou and Didi are designed better than the older design.

      2: Angelica's shorts is from white to blue.

      3: The animation and the background is better due to the few episodes, and Season 2 is only a little bit darker animation and background screen.

      4: This is the new composer by Denis M. Hannigan, compared with Mark Mothersbaugh.

      5: The ending credits screen is different than the old ending credits.

      6: The rugrats have new adventures.

      7: Starting in this few episodes, the screen gets close-up.

      8: The production is switched to Korean companies such as Anivision, Sunwoo, and many other Korean companies, previous to Wang Film Productions in Taiwan in older one production.

      9: The voices have changed a bit.

      10: Klasky-Csupo have different music due to the end of the early production of the few episodes.

      11: Chaz had actual clothes in other few episodes.

      12: The music is different due to the other episodes.

    • This is the first time Chaz is in the actual clothes.

    • Starting with this episode, Tommy has been redesigned a bit, so he looks like his modern self, though on occasion it briefly switches back to Tommy's older design throughout the episode. Chuckie's design has been refined as well so he looks more like his current self.

    • Dr. Who fans please note: in one scene before Chuckie got on the train, please look behind him on the bottom shelf; there you'll find small, toy Daleks. The Daleks were created for Dr. Who in 1963 by Terry Nation, who later went on to create and write the late-1970's BBC sci-fi series, Blake's 7. Mr. Nation died at age 66 in March 9, 1997 in Los Angeles.


    • The name "Wee Willie Warp" is a reference to the nursery rhyme "Wee Willie Winkie," about a guy who runs around residential areas late at night.