Nickelodeon, after hearing the demands from the fans, made a one-time special called 'All Growed Up', which was a Rugrats episode showing them in 10 years. Airing on June 21, 2001, it was the highest rated Nick program ever. After the success, Nick called Arlene Klasky and Gabor Csupo, and asked them to make a series...
Angelica orders her mother to get rid of everything "pre-thirteen" but suddenly realizes what an important role her doll Cynthia played in her earlier years.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
On being given a family tree project Chuckie and Kimi are excited that they only have one piece of homework between them as they are brother and sister. However Kimi discovers her Japanese heritage and decides that she and Chuckie should work on separate projects, because she is studying all of her biological family's side, not her half father's side (Chuckie's dad). At first Chuckie is supportive of his sister, but after she drags the Finster family into a charade for the schools culture festival, which humiliates them, Chuckie feels forsaken and wants his old sister...Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
The gang goes to Camp Everwood, the perfect place for Tommy to shoot his new horror film. However, when the gang learns the secrets of the camp and the curse put upon it, it turns out to be the mystery of a lifetime.
Kimi befriends Z, the proverbial "bad boy." Chuckie's alarms go off and he is determined to prove to his sister this kid is up to no good. Meanwhile, Angelica is unable to do her online "Ask Angelica" advice chat and uses Harold to sit in.
Angelica is turning 13, and she's throwing the biggest birthday bash ever - with no pre-teen Rugrats invited. But when Angelica's arch-enemy hosts a party of her own on the very same day, it is Tommy and the gang that must come to Angelica's rescue.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
The older brother/younger brother dynamic is compromised when Dil repeatedly tries to save Tommy from his nemesis, the "walking growth spurt," Francine.
Lil strikes a blow for independence from a bewildered Phil. Chuckie takes a defiant stand against the mandatory President's Fitness Test.
Susie is discovered as a great singing talent by an agent who leads her to believe she's going to be the next teen superstar.
Kimi leads a petition drive to ban cell phones in school. Angelica hoodwinks Chuckie into helping her keep cell phones in school in her petition drive. Kimi gets busted for wanting a cell phone for Christmas.
The Rats' favorite boy band, The Sulky Boys, is coming to town and tickets are $100 apiece! Knowing there is no way their parents will shell out for tickets, the Rats become mini-capitalists and begin to sell Dil's crazy inventions to their classmates.
When Tommy wins an award for a short film, Dil fears that he will be left behind when his brother becomes famous.
Tired of being called perfect and on the edge of boring, Susie tries to go "bad." Her efforts, however, fall short of notice until she completely changes her style. To prove her "badness" Brianna challenges Susie to climb to the top of a dangerous tall old abandoned building to recover some sneakers hanging from the edge of the top floor.
When the gang looks for Halloween costumes in the Finster's basement, they find TP+KF carved on the wall. Does this mean that Tommy likes Kimi? If so, Chuckie doesn't like it. Dil goes trick-or-treating the day before in order toÿbeat the rush. The argument between Tommy and Chuckie escalates to where they don't want to be best friends anymore. The gang tries to bring back together just as Chas' new security system to scare away anyone who might want to teepee his house.
The 'rats are feeling the pressure of the looming school standardized tests. At the same time there is a rash of bizarre thefts in the Pickles' neighborhood. All clues point to Dil.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
When Tommy enlists his father for his opinion on a Science Fair project, Stu goes overboard and starts to take charge of the assignment.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Chuckie adopts an alter ego in order to gain the attention of a popular girl who doesn't even know he exists. Angelica, needing a juicy expose to insure her "ace" reporter status, takes on Pepe, the eccentric cafeteria chef and his unconventional cuisine.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
After Stu sells an invention, he tells the kids that he's splurging on a built-in swimming pool. While digging up the yard, the construction crew unearths the Rats' old mechanical Reptar toy. The kids fondly remember it, but decide to throw it away, until, during an electrical storm, they become convinced that they've angered Reptar.
April Fools' Day has always been a big hit with the 'Rats. Only this year, no one knows who is pranking whom when everyone seems to be collaborating on secret plans to have the greatest prank.
The Rats and their mothers embark on a cross country trip in a beat up R.V. to bring Susie to New York, where she's been selected to perform in a Thanksgiving parade. Generations collide, as the moms want to expose their kids to tourist attractions, but the gang wants to assert their growing independence.
When Stu and Didi must race Dil to the doctor due to uncontrollable burping, Grandpa Lou fills in as the class chaperone on the field trip to the Human Body Museum.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
The results of a Career Day aptitude test indicate that Tommy is to be a businessman (and not an artiste) and Chuckie is best suited as a daredevil, much to their chagrin. Meanwhile, Phil, Lil, Kimi, and Dil try (in vain) to embrace their destinies.
Tommy enters a filmmaking contest. Attempting Cinema Verite, he ends up filming the 'rats in less than flattering situations. When they furiously confront him, he must choose between friendship and his art.
With the big Valentine's Day dance on the horizon, every Rugrat is mustering up all their courage to ask their crush to go to the dance.Watch Now:iTunes
Angelica demonstrates herself to be the world's worst candy-striper. Rushing out of the hospital to shop for a new outfit, she falls and breaks her nose, and can't show herself at Savannah's party in a facial cast.
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