Rugrats (1991–2004) was an American animated television series aimed at younger children. It started four children and their daily antics.

Season 1Edit

"Waiter, There's a Baby In My Soup" [1.02]Edit

Mr. Mucklehoney:  I'm so hungry, I could eat a hog, head first!

"Little Dude" [1.04]Edit

Student:  [after seeing Tommy's dirty diaper]  Wow!  That's one bodacious load!

Season 3Edit

"Naked Tommy" [3.15]Edit

Betty:  [after finding Phil and Lil naked in Tommy's house]  I don't know what kind of baby colony you're running, Deed, but it's time to face facts!  The sixties are over and we lost, so get with the programme, alright?

Season 5Edit

"Grandpa's Bad Bug" [5.01]Edit

Stu:  If a promise you don't keep,
It will haunt you in your sleep.
And as you lie beneath your quilt,
You'll have a conscience full of guilt.

"Crime and Punishment" [5.03]Edit

AngelicaJail is like a bazillion times more horribler than Time Out!


  • Tommy Pickles - voiced by Tami Halbrook (Pilot (1989-1990))/E.G. Daily (Tommy First Birthday (1990-1991)-Last fairytale episodes (2006))
  • Angelica Pickles - voiced by Cheryl Chase
  • Chuckie Finster (who isn't Japanese) - voiced by Christine Cavanaugh (1991-2002) and Nancy Cartwright (2002-2006)
  • Phil and Lil DeVille - voiced by Kath Soucie
  • Susie Carmichael - voiced by Cree Summer
  • Kimi Finster - voiced by Dionne Quan
  • Didi Pickles - voiced by Melanie Chartoff
  • Stu Pickles - voiced by Jack Riley
  • Grandpa Lou Pickles - voiced by David Doyle (1991-1997) and Joe Alaskey (1997-2004)
  • Grandma Lulu Pickles - voiced by Debbie Reynolds
  • Betty DeVille - voiced by Kath Soucie
  • Howard DeVille - voiced by Phil Proctor
  • Charlotte Pickles - voiced by Tress MacNelle
  • Drew Pickles - voiced by Michael Bell
  • Chaz Finster (who isn't Japanese) - voiced by Michael Bell
  • Melinda Finster (who isn't Japanese) - voiced by Melanie Chartoff/Renee Sands (1998?)
  • Kira Finster - voiced by Julia Kato
  • Miss Carol - voiced by Renee Sands

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