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Thread started 08/30/11 7:47pm

Gunsnhalen

The Truth About Rugrats

Ok, now this is probbaly all hog wash but...

Yeah, for those who don't know what i'm talking about. There is a theory that The babies in Rugrats don't exist and are products of Angelica's imagination because her mother ignores her and her relationship with her father is shallow and parasitic. In reality, Chuckie died along with his mother, which is why Chaz is such a nervous wreck. Tommy was a stillborn, which causes Stu to sit in the basement making toys for his son that never had a chance to live, and the DeVilles had an abortion. Angelica couldn't decide whether the unborn child would be male or female and thus simply invented the same character in her head twice with different genders. It's weird... cause that actually strangely make's sense. That is a mind f..k

They have one for Ed, Edd, and Eddy too. Instead of the characters being a figment of one character's imagination they're actually dead kids from different periods of time trapped in purgatory, which goes further in explaining why there's never any adults in the show, or why they never really seem to leave the cul-de-sac.

There is all these like theroys' about cartoons and there hidden meanings, i must say i find it rather fascinating. Real or not

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Reply #1 posted 08/30/11 7:50pm

baroque

hmm...my childhood...has gone...

anyways on a serious note. that would sound good for a movie. where did get this info?

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Reply #2 posted 08/30/11 7:50pm

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Gunsnhalen said:

Ok, now this is probbaly all hog wash but...

Yeah, for those who don't know what i'm talking about. There is a theory that The babies in Rugrats don't exist and are products of Angelica's imagination because her mother ignores her and her relationship with her father is shallow and parasitic. In reality, Chuckie died along with his mother, which is why Chaz is such a nervous wreck. Tommy was a stillborn, which causes Stu to sit in the basement making toys for his son that never had a chance to live, and the DeVilles had an abortion. Angelica couldn't decide whether the unborn child would be male or female and thus simply invented the same character in her head twice with different genders. It's weird... cause that actually strangely make's sense. That is a mind f..k

They have one for Ed, Edd, and Eddy too. Instead of the characters being a figment of one character's imagination they're actually dead kids from different periods of time trapped in purgatory, which goes further in explaining why there's never any adults in the show, or why they never really seem to leave the cul-de-sac.

There is all these like theroys' about cartoons and there hidden meanings, i must say i find it rather fascinating. Real or not

Congrats , You just ruined Rugrats for me.

That is so twisted and sad.

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Reply #3 posted 08/30/11 7:52pm

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I didn't think this was actually going to be about, ya know, THE Rugrats. But it is, and now I'm sad.

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Reply #4 posted 08/30/11 7:56pm

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eek

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Reply #5 posted 08/30/11 7:56pm

Gunsnhalen

baroque said:

hmm...my childhood...has gone...

anyways on a serious note. that would sound good for a movie. where did get this info?

Well, i was looking up hidden meanings in songs yesterday. And like the 4th most searched was the hidden meaning of the rugrats.... out of curosity i clicked on it. And low and behold i found tons of theroy's about it.

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Reply #6 posted 08/30/11 8:08pm

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bravah!!!

you now have the code to the matrix

much like alice in the hole

there are always deeper meanings

to the cartoons we love so well

now check out 'advevture time'

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Reply #7 posted 08/30/11 8:16pm

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sad ........bawl bawl bawl

Honey, stop talking and just create the music.
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Reply #8 posted 08/30/11 8:27pm

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I'm just dying to hear the take on Ren & Stimpy... hmmm

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Reply #9 posted 08/30/11 8:32pm

Timmy84

I can only laugh at such a suggestion lol

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Reply #10 posted 08/30/11 8:35pm

Gunsnhalen

Timmy84 said:

I can only laugh at such a suggestion lol

Well everyone else seem's to be crying or confused... so at least we have one laugh lol

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Reply #11 posted 08/30/11 8:37pm

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Gunsnhalen said:

Timmy84 said:

I can only laugh at such a suggestion lol

Well everyone else seem's to be crying or confused... so at least we have one laugh lol

I'm a fan of the show anyway. lol This doesn't change what I experienced watching them. tv

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Reply #12 posted 08/30/11 8:42pm

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Timmy84 said:

Gunsnhalen said:

Well everyone else seem's to be crying or confused... so at least we have one laugh lol

I'm a fan of the show anyway. lol This doesn't change what I experienced watching them. tv

I hate kids and I was a fan of the show. Even went and saw the first movie with some friends in the theater. nod

I'm didn't say I was sad because "the truth" affected the way I view the show/characters. Its just sad that when people have that much time on their hands they choose to use their imaginations for something like this.

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Reply #13 posted 08/30/11 8:43pm

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Cerebus said:

Timmy84 said:

I'm a fan of the show anyway. lol This doesn't change what I experienced watching them. tv

I hate kids and I was a fan of the show. Even went and saw the first movie with some friends in the theater. nod

I'm didn't say I was sad because "the truth" affected the way I view the show/characters. Its just sad that when people have that much time on their hands they choose to use their imaginations for something like this.

Now THAT'S sad.

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Reply #14 posted 08/30/11 8:44pm

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Cerebus said:

Timmy84 said:

I'm a fan of the show anyway. lol This doesn't change what I experienced watching them. tv

I hate kids and I was a fan of the show. Even went and saw the first movie with some friends in the theater. nod

I'm didn't say I was sad because "the truth" affected the way I view the show/characters. Its just sad that when people have that much time on their hands they choose to use their imaginations for something like this.

Idk, i thought it was kind of interesting shrug You have to admit it's creative.... and people see shows and movies differently. I like hearings interprtitations.

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Reply #15 posted 08/30/11 8:47pm

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Timmy84 said:

Cerebus said:

I hate kids and I was a fan of the show. Even went and saw the first movie with some friends in the theater. nod

I'm didn't say I was sad because "the truth" affected the way I view the show/characters. Its just sad that when people have that much time on their hands they choose to use their imaginations for something like this.

Now THAT'S sad.

Coming up with this kinda stuff is what college academics is all about.

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Reply #16 posted 08/30/11 8:47pm

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Gunsnhalen said:

Cerebus said:

I hate kids and I was a fan of the show. Even went and saw the first movie with some friends in the theater. nod

I'm didn't say I was sad because "the truth" affected the way I view the show/characters. Its just sad that when people have that much time on their hands they choose to use their imaginations for something like this.

Idk, i thought it was kind of interesting shrug You have to admit it's creative.... and people see shows and movies differently. I like hearings interprtitations.

Dude, its Rugrats. Interprate Blade Runner. Interprate French New Wave. Rugrats are innocent, innocuous fun - they don't need to be interprated. lol

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Reply #17 posted 08/30/11 8:47pm

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formallypickles said:

Timmy84 said:

Now THAT'S sad.

Coming up with this kinda stuff is what college academics is all about.

Sadly. lol

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Reply #18 posted 08/30/11 8:49pm

Gunsnhalen

So your saying people shouldn't expand there imagination and interpritations just because it's a kids show confused

We are all adults now, and have different outlook's on thing's. Many kid's show have a lot deeper meanings then what is presented at eye level.

There is a banned episode from the powerpuff girls that is almost blatently about communism.

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Reply #19 posted 08/30/11 8:51pm

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I like the one about Shaggy and Scooby getting stoned in the back of the Mystery Machine...which is why they're always looking for the kitchen during their zany adventures.

And how Fred always says "Shag...you and Scoob go down that long dark hallway and see what you find while me, Velma, and Daffney look for clues over here." Fred was really off getting some hot three way action while Shag and Scoob get the shit scared out of them.

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Reply #20 posted 08/30/11 8:51pm

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Find the story about Pokemon, its really long though.

It theorizes that Ash fell into a coma and the whole series of the show is his attempt to escape from his mind etc etc.

That's my attitude!
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Reply #21 posted 08/30/11 8:52pm

Timmy84

Nah, people are free to make their own assumptions. It's just some think that's a bit too much...

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Reply #22 posted 08/30/11 8:52pm

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StonedImmaculate said:

I like the one about Shaggy and Scooby getting stoned in the back of the Mystery Machine...which is why they're always looking for the kitchen during their zany adventures.

And how Fred always says "Shag...you and Scoob go down that long dark hallway and see what you find while me, Velma, and Daffney look for clues over here." Fred was really off getting some hot three way action while Shag and Scoob get the shit scared out of them.

That one is hilarious. lol Because I could totally see that happening! lol

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Reply #23 posted 08/30/11 8:58pm

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Gunsnhalen said:

So your saying people shouldn't expand there imagination and interpritations just because it's a kids show confused

We are all adults now, and have different outlook's on thing's. Many kid's show have a lot deeper meanings then what is presented at eye level.

There is a banned episode from the powerpuff girls that is almost blatently about communism.

No, of course I'm not saying that. What I'm saying is that I find it sad that THAT is what somebody would come up with if they had enough time to sit around and use their imagination. I mean, really, do you honestly think for one second that its true? I don't. I just think its sad that somebody would take something so innocent to those places. It makes no sense.

Powerpuff Girls, on the other hand, was GENIUS!

Love, love, love, love, love

La la la la la looove

Makes the world go 'round

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Reply #24 posted 08/30/11 8:59pm

Cerebus

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That's right...

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Reply #25 posted 08/30/11 9:04pm

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Sometimes, just sometimes, a cartoon, is just a cartoon.

There is definetly adult humor that is injected into many kid's shows (perhaps to make them bearable or even enjoyable for the parents) but unless the creators of Rugrats have said or led-on otherwise (and I have no clue if they have or not) I'm not even sure I understand why someone would take the time and effort to theorize on this.

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Reply #26 posted 08/30/11 9:06pm

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johnart said:

Sometimes, just sometimes, a cartoon, is just a cartoon.

There is definetly adult humor that is injected into many kid's shows (perhaps to make them bearable or even enjoyable for the parents) but unless the creators of Rugrats have said or led-on otherwise (and I have no clue if they have or not) I'm not even sure I understand why someone would take the time and effort to theorize on this.

Or to reach that conclusion after theorizing. Must have been some great acid.... or maybe some bad acid. lol

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Reply #27 posted 08/30/11 9:11pm

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Cerebus said:

johnart said:

Sometimes, just sometimes, a cartoon, is just a cartoon.

There is definetly adult humor that is injected into many kid's shows (perhaps to make them bearable or even enjoyable for the parents) but unless the creators of Rugrats have said or led-on otherwise (and I have no clue if they have or not) I'm not even sure I understand why someone would take the time and effort to theorize on this.

Or to reach that conclusion after theorizing. Must have been some great acid.... or maybe some bad acid. lol

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Reply #28 posted 08/30/11 9:15pm

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RenHoek said:

lol Cerebus has been there once or... a few times....

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Reply #29 posted 08/30/11 9:31pm

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Cerebus said:

RenHoek said:

lol Cerebus has been there once or... a few times....

two words...

Jacobs. Ladder.

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