Rugrats Go Wild

2003 animated film by John Eng and Norton Virigien

Rugrats Go Wild is a 2003 crossover animated film, with two animated Nickelodeon television series Rugrats and The Wild Thornberrys.


Spike: "Woof! That's right, I said woof!"

Tommy: It's Nigel Strawberry!

Spike: I ate one of Chuckie's diapers once and, let me tell you, that is spicy.

Chaz: [as a 40-foot wave approaches the ship] We're going to need a bigger boat.

Spike: Could you give a dog a little warning? I'm trying to do my business here.
Eliza: Oh, I'm so sorry.
Spike: You know, it's funny. For a minute there, I thought I actually heard you talking to me. You talking to me? Are you talking to me?
Eliza: Yeah, I can talk to animals. It's a long story.

Spike: Hey, chimp boy. Will you stop worrying? I know all about cats with a capital "K". Sit on a window sill, hack up a fur ball... Oh! That is very ferocious!
Eliza: Spike, this isn't your regular housecat.
Spike: They all twich their whiskers. One whisker at a time, just like you and me.

Spike: I am Spike. Full name: Down, Spike. Down! Get off that couch!

Spike: Well, Eliza. As dog as my witness, I will never lose my babies again!

[The Rugrats meet Donnie for the first time. They assume that he's Chucky since he's wearing his clothes.]
Phil: [Confused] Since when did Chucky started talking backwards?

Nigel: Heavens, what a fall. I must get to those babies. [A coconut falls and hits Nigel's head and Nigel falls]
Susie: [echoing] Are you okay, Mr. Strawberry?
Nigel: She called me "mister". Silly Billy. I'm only this... [makes a three] ...many years old.

Eliza: What happened?
Debbie: I was taking care of this island princess and...
Eliza: What's she doing in the bathysphere?
Debbie: [scoffs] I didn't say I was taking care of her *well*.

Howard: You mean we're marooned? With no food? How soon before we all turn cannibal? I have to get out of here!
Betty: Sooo... Swiss Family DeVille, he's not.

Didi: We have to find something to eat. All I saved are a couple of jars of baby food.
Howard: [cheerfully] I never knew strained peas and apricots went so well together...

[after dropping her cell phone into the ocean]

Charlotte: [screeches] Phone overboard! Phone overboard!
Drew: [after Charlotte pushes past him] CHARLOTTE, FORGET THE PHONE!!
Charlotte: JOHNATHAN!!!!!! [Charlotte begins to dive in but Betty stops her just in time]

Eliza: Debbie, you are so self-centered.
Debbie: [shrieks] I AM NOT!

Debbie: [suspiciously] You sure know an awful lot for an "island girl".
Angelica: Well, see. A TV washed up on the beach one time, and the island king made the whole tribe watch it.
Debbie: [after a long pause] Cool!

Stu: It's obvious... the first thing to do is build a signal fire.
Drew: You know what else is obvious? You're an idiot.

Howard: Well, I'm going to use the 7 kid-free days to re-shape my physique!
Betty: It could happen. The earth was created in 6.

Howard: Captain Stu, I can't hold the wheel!
Drew: Will you stop calling him Captain?! He has no idea what he's doing!
Stu: I do so!


Stu: Does anybody know where the brakes are on this thing?

[Marianne Thornberry films oysters spewing water]
Marianne: Well, it's not a clouded leopard, but at least I'll have a film of something.

[Donnie runs past with Howard chasing him.]

Marianne: Donnie!

[The grownups stop and see her filming]

Marianne: What? This is supposed to be a deserted island.
Charlotte: Oh, thank heavens! We're part of an elaborate television stunt designed to humiliate us.
Marianne: Who are you?

[They all begin talking at once]

Marianne: Hold it! My name is Marianne Thornberry. From the nature show?
Didi: We're shipwrecked.
Betty: Can you help us, Marianne?
Marianne: Of course. Our camp is nearby.

Stu: Behold, fellow islanders! I, Stu Pickles, I have built us a radio!
Didi: Stu, who's watching the kids?
Stu: Oh, Angelica said she'd take care of them.

[The grownups gasp in terror and begin scrambling around, looking for their children]

Kira: Chuckie?!
Didi: Oh, this is very strange. I feel like this has happened before.

[Eliza and Spike watch them run around in circles]

Spike: (sighs) Look at them...chasing their own tails. If only I could tell them that it doesn't work. I know, I've done it. I've chased my tail a million times. It does not work.

[Stu's coconut radio begins to pick up static]

Stu: It's getting a signal!
Marianne: I'm very impressed.
Didi: Oh, Stu's an inventor. Runs an ad in the shop-and-buy.

Marianne: (to Debbie and Eliza) Girls, have you seen some children?
Debbie: Just a bossy three-year-old who has delusionals of being a princess.
Charlotte: Angelica!
Angelica: (on radio) I'm the boss of this bathy thing!
Debbie: That's her!
Susie: (on radio): We haven't moved a bit, Angelica.
Didi: That's Suzy!
Debbie: She must've turned on the radio in the bathysphere.
Marianne: A three-year-old's driving the bathysphere?!


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