The Coming of a New Age

"The Rugrats All Grown Up" is a brutal massacre of the original and adorable Rugrats series. Charming, in its own ways, but they took out the whole cutesy baby talkand replaced it with commercialised, modernised, advertised colloquial slang. Tommy no longer dons his fabled Scwoodriver-holding-nappy, and Lil has dyed her hair, but they’re still the classic characters we all know and love.

What’s the point of this entry, you ask? Well, I know that no one’s actually asked that, but I’ll tell you anyway.

"Ohhh. Dill’s friend is of the ‘invisible’ category. He is ‘carbonically challenged’."
-Tommy Pickle, 2006.

Bwuhahahaha. Lol "carbonically challenged"- that cracks me up every time I read it. Kimmy’s got some funky new haircuts, too. Sad, but she’s still my favourite character. Probably because she’s AZN. I miss the old series, but am both delighted and saddened to see someone send a troup of babies a dozen years into the future and slot them into highschool. Ah Tommy- will you ever eat bugs again?


2 thoughts on “The Coming of a New Age

  1. Pat. says:

    That’s conformity for yeh.

  2. Georgie says:

    You do realise Rugrats Grown Up has been on for years??? I think lots of people were geting bored with Rugrats and wer requesting to Klasky and Csupo to do this.

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