Rugrats Season 1
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What's better than a clean diapee and a fresh bottle? How about the first-ever, 25-episode, 4-disc set of the complete First Season of Rugrats! It's Tommy, Angelica, Chuckie and the rest of the gang, taking you on adventures from the ground up. So c'mon, don't be a baby. Sit back and laugh along as the Rugrats turn the ordinary into the extraordinary; where a trip into the basement becomes a scene out of a Jules Verne classic and a broken lamp leads to courtroom drama (okay, the 'courtroom' is in the bedroom, but...).
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1 Tommy's First Birthday
2 Barbeque Story / Waiter, There's A Baby In My Soup
3 At The Movies / Slumber Party
4 Baby Commercial / Little Dude
5 Little Miss Lovely / Tommy At Bat
6 Ruthless Tommy / Moose Country
7 Grandpa's Teeth / Momma Trauma
8 Real Or Robots / Special Delivery
9 Candy Bar Creep Show / Monsters In The Garage
10 Weaning Tommy / Incident In Aisle Seven
11 Touchdown Tommy / The Trial
12 Fluffy Vs. Spike / Reptar's Revenge
13 Graham Canyon / Stu-Makers' Elves
Having now watched all the episodes on DVD I can say that the audio and video quality is not something you should be worried about when buying these Made On Demand sets. I am very uptight when it comes to the quality of the things I own and I can say that all the episodes were presented in the same, if not better than, quality they originally aired. My only issue as far as any of the Amazon Made On Demand sets is that being a purist I'd like the opening theme to play before every episode and not just the first one on each disc, but that's a very minor issue.
I personally had no issue playing the DVD-R type discs on any of my DVD player's or even on my Sony DVD Recorder. I have purchased several different Nickelodeon series (Doug, Hey Arnold & Rugrats) on Amazon 'MOD' sets now and had no issue with the picture or sound quality on any of them and they have all played fine on my DVD player's.
It feels like we've walked fifteen miles uphill both ways for even the chance to own these episodes on DVD. Just by reading the names of these episodes memories from my childhood came flooding back. I hope that someday Nickelodeon or someone will release these episodes in proper season sets with original artwork and special features, but for now I had given up hope for the chance to own these episodes on DVD at all and I'll take what I can get. Here's hoping that Amazon will release more seasons of Rugrats and my other favorite nineties shows on these sets. Thanks for your time.
*For those interested I've included episode summaries in my comments section to avoid cluttering the review page. Thanks.