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The show focuses on a group of toddlers , most prominently Tommy , Chuckie , twins Phil and Lil , and Angelica , and their day-to-day lives, usually involving common life experiences that become adventures in the babies' imaginations. The series premiered on Sunday, August 11, , as the second Nicktoon after Doug. Production was initially halted in after 65 episodes, with the last episode airing on May 22, From to , the only new episodes broadcast were " A Rugrats Passover " and " A Rugrats Chanukah ", two Jewish -themed episodes that received critical acclaim; during this time, well after the end of the show's production run, Rugrats began to receive a boost in ratings and popularity, due to constant reruns on Nickelodeon.
In , Klasky Csupo Animation began producing new episodes, and the show's fourth season began airing in As a result of the show's popularity, a series of theatrical films were released; The Rugrats Movie , which introduced Tommy's younger brother Dil , was released in , Rugrats in Paris: The final episode aired on August 1, ,  bringing the series to a total of episodes and nine seasons during a year run, tying Rugrats with King of the Hill , American Dad!
The special acted as a pilot for the Rugrats spin-off series All Grown Up! Another spin-off series, Rugrats Pre-School Daze , was considered, but only four episodes were produced. Two direct-to-video specials were released in and , under the title Rugrats Tales from the Crib.
Tie-in media for the series include video games, comics, toys and various other merchandise. The series garnered high ratings on Nickelodeon and was the network's top-rated show from to It was Nickelodeon's longest-running cartoon for 8 years until , when SpongeBob SquarePants aired its rd episode. Chuckie, Tommy's bespectacled, red-headed, insecure cowardly two-year-old best friend; the twins Phil and Lil , noted for their revolting eccentricities and love of digging for and eating insects and earthworms ; Tommy's baby brother Dil who was born in The Rugrats Movie ; Angelica , Tommy and Dil's three-year-old outrageously spoiled, selfish cousin who is a "rival" of his friends and the main antagonist of the program; Kimi, Chuckie's adventurous, playful stepsister introduced in Rugrats in Paris ; and Susie , a good-hearted neighbor of the Pickles family, Angelica's schoolmate, friend and "rival", who is better liked by the younger children and far more reliable than Angelica.
The other characters depicted in Rugrats include the babies' parents, who are portrayed as often being easily distracted, leaving their young children free to emancipate themselves from restraints such as playpens or strollers and venture out to explore.
Didi is a sweet, educated, loving mother who decides to return to college in one episode. Stu is an often-feckless toy inventor whose designs have been known to either fail or break. Other parents include Chas Finster, Chuckie's stereotypically nerdy, mild-mannered father, a widower who later remarries; Kira, Chuckie's sweet-natured, kind, and understanding stepmother whom Chas marries in Rugrats in Paris ; Drew Pickles, Angelica's indulgent, doting father who pampers his daughter to a ridiculous degree; Charlotte Pickles, Angelica's workaholic mother who overindulges her daughter equally, if often seen talking on her cell phone with an employee of hers named Jonathan, although neither of them are afraid to put their foot down when they feel she is getting out of line; Betty DeVille, Phil and Lil's kind but boisterous feminist mother; and Howard DeVille, the twins' mild-mannered, soft-spoken father.
Susie's parents and elder siblings also make appearances in some episodes, and another major adult character includes Lou Pickles, Drew and Stu's father and Tommy, Angelica, and Dil's grandfather; an elderly widower who later remarries with an active woman named Lulu.
Didi's parents, Jewish immigrants named Boris and Minka, also appear numerous times and serve as important characters and are often seen bickering. Rugrats also has animal characters, including the Pickles family dog, Spike , who has played important roles in some episodes, and Angelica's pet cat Fluffy. The show functions under a translation convention for baby talk , which is presented as essentially a separate language which only other babies can understand.
The babies' dialogue is almost universally translated for viewers into comprehensible English dialogue, but adults in the series cannot understand them. One example of this dissonance is when Tommy says "Reptar! The translated dialogue of the babies is still presented as infantile English, reflecting their limited understanding of the world. Another major point of this plot convention is that toddlers who have learned to speak adult language can still understand baby talk, because they are at a transitional age between the two.
Angelica and Susie can understand what the baby characters are saying but can also communicate with adults, though they never outright reveal to the adults that they can comprehend complex messages from the babies. Very young newborns, such as Tommy's little brother, cannot yet communicate even with baby talk, although Dil has a very limited vocabulary consisting of the words "poopy" and "mine" which are perhaps the only words he is capable of saying.
The older babies, such as Tommy and Chuckie, are able to interpret what Dil is trying to communicate although, due to their own age, it is difficult. When the older babies do figure out what Dil wants or needs, it usually involves changing his diaper or giving him an object—to play with, or just to experience the joy of holding it. Many of the adventures the babies find themselves in take place at Tommy's house; the parents usually rely on Didi, Stu, or Grandpa Lou to babysit the kids while they run errands.
Their address is revealed on an invoice in " Tommy's First Birthday " season one , as N. Highland, the original address of Klasky Csupo in Los Angeles. Several indicators, such as a state flag at a post office, license plate designs on the vehicles, and various trips to the Grand Canyon , Las Vegas , and the beach, place the characters somewhere in southern California.
The DeVilles live next door to the Pickles and, early in the series, the Carmichaels move in across the street.
Klasky Csupo had a major animation firm at the time which also provided services for commercials and music videos. The trio decided to create their own series in reaction to a proclamation by the children's cable network Nickelodeon that they were to launch their own line of animated shows, which would be later called Nicktoons.
The feedback for the pilot episode was primarily positive. With that, the series went into production. Chuckie and Angelica were added as characters.
Paul Germain felt that the series needed a bully. Angelica was based on a bully in Germain's childhood, who was a girl. In addition to that, it was Germain who decided that Angelica would be a spoiled brat. Klasky initially did not like Angelica Pickles and also protested the character's actions in episodes like "Barbecue Story", where she throws Tommy's ball over the fence. In a New Yorker article, Klasky said, "I think she's a bully.
I never liked Angelica. Her bullying caused Klasky to disdain her. Angelica started to become a problem for some of the Rugrats staff. In some instances, her voice actress, Cheryl Chase, had trouble portraying a mean Angelica. After the episode "The Trial", Klasky complained that the Rugrats were starting to act too old for their age.
Some of the offscreen tensions ultimately found their way into the scripts and, naturally, into the show. In , before Nick premiered the last of the original 65, production of new episodes went on hiatus, and most of the Rugrats writing team left Klasky-Csupo. After the first-run days were over, Nickelodeon had enough episodes to show every day, and did just that, scheduling the show in the early evening, when both kids and parents would be watching, among multiple other times in the day; in , Rugrats episodes had aired times over the course of the calendar year, and despite or perhaps because of the saturation it remained one of cable television's most-watched series that year.
However, the tensions between Klasky-Csupo and their former writers still existed. The first run of the series was produced from to before production went on a hiatus episodes that had not yet been released at that point continued to be released through Between and , only two Jewish-themed specials premiered, and the rest of the series aired in reruns.
From until , Rugrats was Nickelodeon's longest-running Nicktoon, with episodes produced across its year run. After the show, a special retrospective lookback aired, entitled "Rugrats: It was narrated by Amanda Bynes. Nickelodeon approved of its ratings and popularity so much, they eventually commissioned a full series, All Grown Up , which ran from to Rugrats ended in , along with fellow Nicktoons Hey Arnold! After the run, two fairytale-themed direct-to-video films based on the original series, under the title Rugrats: Tales from the Crib , were produced and then released separately in and Rugrats was also on Noggin now Nick Jr.
As of January 2, , Rugrats was pulled off the network and 64 Zoo Lane took its place, but it came back on February 15, and can be seen after Peppa Pig at 3: Through its full run, Rugrats occupied several main voice actors. Daily provided the voice of Tommy Pickles , except in the unaired pilot where Tami Holbrook provided the voice; Christine Cavanaugh was the original voice of Chuckie Finster, but left the show for personal reasons and was subsequently replaced by Nancy Cartwright in Cheryl Chase initially auditioned for the role of Tommy, but was passed up.
When the show came to series, she was brought on board to be cast as the voice of Angelica Pickles. Dionne Quan was the voice of Kimi Finster.
Susie was primarily voiced by Cree Summer , though in two episodes where she could not be in attendance E. David Doyle provided the voice of Grandpa Lou Pickles until his death in ,  when Joe Alaskey took over until the end of the series. In , Debbie Reynolds joined the cast as Lulu Pickles, Lou's second wife, and remained until the series' end.
Episodes took up to a year in advance to produce. First the story had to get written, and then approved. The next phase consisted of voice recording, storyboarding, pre-eliminating animation, overseas production and delivery, followed by editing and polishing. All of that had to happen even before Klasky-Csupo sent the master tapes to Nick. In addition, fine animation took time to make. During the first six seasons of Rugrats , shows were primarily divided into two eleven-minute episodes.
After the second movie, during season seven, Rugrats made a change with a different format that consisted of three episodes per show, though it returned to its original two-episode-per-show format in the final two seasons.
Rugrats visualizes ordinary, everyday activities through the eyes of a group of toddlers. Using their imaginations, the babies transform routine tasks into surprising adventures. The show plays with baby talk , having the group constantly mispronounce words and use improper grammar. Challenges often emerge because the babies misinterpret the adults, usually caused by Angelica's deceptive translations.
The grown-ups of Rugrats are simultaneously quirky, over-cautious, and oblivious. The series portrays adults as mysterious eccentrics.
Episodes usually center on a moral lesson that the babies learn during their imaginative explorations. Using a concept similar to print on demand , Amazon made the discs, cover art, and disc art itself. The first and second seasons of Rugrats were released on June 2, , along with the first and second seasons of The Fairly OddParents although the Rugrats Season 2 was released in a "Best of" collection. In Australia, all seasons have been released by Beyond Home Entertainment.
Since its debut in , Rugrats generally received positive reviews from critics and fans. In a interview, Steven Spielberg who, at the time, was producing several competing animated series for Warner Bros. Spielberg described Rugrats as "sort of a TV Peanuts of our time".
It has secured a place in the hearts of both kids and adults, who see it from their own point of view". As a series, it grew flesh and guts. It was my favorite cartoon Rugrats , which at the time had moderately high ratings, was scheduled to air 65 episodes as Nickelodeon felt that it had enough reruns for a few years, putting production on a hiatus in Production of Rugrats resumed in with three specials, and followed with new episodes airing by When Rugrats debuted in , it was not as popular as it would later become./p>
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