children's television series
Rugrats (1991–2004) was an American animated television series aimed at younger children. This series is about four babies and their daily antics.
Little Dude [1.04]Edit
- Student: [after seeing Tommy's dirty diaper] Wow! That's one bodacious load!
Naked Tommy [3.15]Edit
Send in the Clouds [4.01]Edit
- Didi: Stu, have you seen my running shoes?
- Stu: Yea, they're really nice.
- Didi: No, they're missing! In fact, all my shoes are missing.
- Stu: How can a woman lose sixteen pairs of shoes?
- Didi: I do not have sixteen pairs! It's more like five...ish.
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
- Angelica: Jail 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
About Rugrats Edit
- The origins of "Rugrats" began when Vanessa Coffee, a development executive at Nickelodeon, contacted our animation studio. I had taken fifteen months off work after my second child was born. I was working from home on concepts for "Sesame Street" shorts. Gabor Csupo, my husband at the time, asked me to come up with ideas to pitch to NICK. So, I quickly expanded notes I’d written from one of the "Sesame Street" ideas. My thoughts were, "if babies could talk what would they say" and "what was the logic that drove tiny humans to desperately want to stick their hands in the toilet?" It fascinated me, but mostly I found it humorous. Paul Germain, our development executive at the time, and Gabor Csupo then pitched several ideas to Nickelodeon. Vanessa Coffee had the foresight to choose what ultimately became "Rugrats" and Gerry Laybourne, the President of NICK at the time, had the vision to green-light it! Gabor and I sketched some of the original characters and worked with Paul on creating the world of "Rugrats". Together we produced a pilot that Peter Chung, a brilliant artist and animator, directed. The super talented Mark Mothersbaugh created the music for the show. The studio produced the "Rugrats" and "All Grown Up" series over the next decade as well as two "Rugrats" movies and a third film, where the "Rugrats" meet "The Wild Thornberrys". Our studio just exploded with work! The next ten years were intense for me because I was raising two children and working. Gabor and I continued to create or produce nine more animated series.