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Rugrats: Season 8

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Come see the seventh blunder of the world! Well, not quite, but come watch Rugrats, Season 8! The babies' imaginations continue to get the better of them, as Angelica convinces them that they will turn into their costumes at the end of Halloween, and they think that Dil has turned into a doll! Also, Angelica pretends to be a doctor and Didi enrolls in college, then Chuckie loses his first library card and thinks he is allergic to his little sister, Kimi! Plus, the babies get a new babysitter, visit an aquarium and become secret agents! Enjoy classic episodes like "Murmur on the Ornery Express" and "Okey-Dokey Jones and the Ring of the Sunbeams!" For peep's sake, don't miss out on hours of adventure in Rugrats, Season 8!

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  • Format: NTSC
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Studio: Nickelodoen
  • DVD Release Date: October 6, 2011
  • Run Time: 300 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005T7BWQK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #38,676 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By ToonXpert87 on August 20, 2014
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When the 8th season of Rugrats was starting out, the 9/11 attacks happened. I don't know if it affected Rugrats any, aside from Angelica mentioning "Sabob Who-zany" (Saddam Hussein) in the 3rd season episode Tommy and the Secret Club. It certainly affected SpongeBob's 3rd season episode Just One Bite, other than its violently "gas-filled" deleted scene, and it definitely affected Digimon's 1st and 2nd seasons when Disney owned them, to the point of several episodes being banned from American TV until 2013, when Nicktoons was showing seasons 1 and 2. Anyway, the 8th season of Rugrats gave us back the show's normal 2-episodes-in-1-show formula, a new 22-minute Halloween special, Curse of the Werewuff (just as SpongeBob's own 8th season had the Halloween episode Ghoul Fools, in contrast to both shows having 2-in-1 Halloween-themed episodes in their first seasons), and the Easter special, Bow Wow Wedding Vows (and I don't mean the rapper Bow Wow); where Spike and Fifi get "married" and have puppies, including 2 that'd later be named Spiffy and Pepper, and respectively adopted by the Pickles and Finsters. As the 7th season set contains the real 8th season premiere episode All Grown Up, this set contains the real 7th season finale episode, Pre-school Daze, which was the pilot episode of the same-named, very-short-lived, spin-off series, and the debut of the lovable lisping "chubby boy" Harold Frumkin; who reappeared a few more times in the original series, Three Jacks and a Beanstalk, and in All Grown Up. This was also the final season that Christine Cavanaugh provided Chuckie's voice, due to personal reasons, and Nancy Cartwright stood in for her right after the Easter special, and for the rest of the original series, and all of All Grown Up!Read more ›
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Rugrats on December 1, 2011
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This season amazon did a amazing job on because it is a complete season has all the episodes that should be there in order. It is also a reasonable price. Here are the episodes in the season.Pre-School Daze"
147 "Curse of the Werewuff"
148 "Bow Wow Wedding Vows" 4 August 2002 1103
149 "Quiet Please / Early Retirement" 7 September 2002 1104
150 "The Doctor is In / The Big Sneeze" 14 September 2002 1105
151 "The Fun Way Day / The Age of Aquarium" 13 October 2002 1106
152 "Daddy's Little Helpers / Hello Dilly" 20 November 2002 1107
153 "Cynthia Comes Alive / Trading Phil" 27 November 2002 1108
154 "Murmur on the Ornery Express" 15 February 2003 1109
155 "Back to School / Sweet Dreams" 29 January 2003 1110
156 "A Step at a Time / Angelica's Assistant" 29 January 2003 1111
157 "A Tale of Two Puppies / Okey-Dokey Jones and the Ring of the Sunbeams" 9 December 2002 1112
158 "Happy Taffy / Imagine That"
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While this season is the same length as the first season of the series, also being presented on the same number of discs, don't say it's a bust, as it's a must to have, if you're a huge Rugrat fan, looking to have all of the seasons of Rugrats! In season 8, we get not one, but two holiday specials, a Halloween special to feature both, Dil and Kimi, as the babies go trick or treating for the first time, as well as their first Easter with Dil and Kimi, not to mention, the first Easter episode of the series, as the last time Easter came around, we got Passover instead, back in season 3, but not only is this Easter special with it being their first Easter with Kimi and Dil in Bow-Wow Wedding Vows, but Spike and Fifi have their first litter of puppies, who are later on named Spikfi and Pepper, or at least the 2 puppies the families get to keep anyway are named that. Also, in this season, we see Chaz and Kira make it official to open up a coffee shop in the episode, Sweet Dreams, and we see the official opening of the coffee shop in The Fun Way Day, when the babies try to help the Faun Sway guy makethe shop appealing to the customers. We also meet Harold, in the 22 minute episode, Preschool Days, and see that he becomes an assistant to Angelica in Angelica's Assistant. Also, in this season, we learn that Dil is too little to start walking, but at the same time, we learn how the bulk of the Rugrats started walking in A Step at a Time, and we see Didi deciding to go back to school to get her Masters in the episode, Back to School, which leads to getting a babysitter, Taffy, who's introduced in the final episode of this season, Happy Taffy, where Amanda Bynes, the voice of Taffy, is introduced.Read more ›
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Marcy P on January 6, 2013
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This was a gift for my 6-year old grandson. He loves the rugrats and I have been purchasing every season for him.
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Remember the Rugrats ? They were so popular now not even one airing a week. On the plus side season sets are all the rage so if you miss your rugrat fix grab a season set. Why not season 8 ? The Show has a lot of good jokes for all ages and is such a realistic program. Overall a great show to introduce to your children or to help bring back the joy of your own childhood. enjoy
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By Juanita L. Amos on June 17, 2014
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Same as my other review. I still like them after all these years. I still have all of my videos, without a machine.
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