Your favorite little, Rugrats have turned 30! To celebrate, Nickelodeon has released the entire series on DVD in one epic boxset. Planning a binge marathon of the show? I've got some fun Rugrats-themed activities for you too! How does make your own Reptar bars sound?!
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Rugrats: The Complete Series DVD Collection Review + Activities
Rugrats: The Complete Series | About the DVD Collection
This must be your ducky day! The whole world is a big adventure waitin’ to be ‘splored with all 9 seasons of Rugrats, the classic Nickelodeon TV show, in a 26-disc complete series collection! Tommy, Chuckie, Angelica, Phil & Lil and Susie find themselves in a slew of adventures — both real and imaginary. Baldly go where no baby’s every gone before as the Rugrats turn the ordinary into the extraordinary every day!
Rugrats: The Compete Series | Box Set Review
I have to start off by saying I cannot believe it has been 30 years since the premiere of Rugrats.
I loved this show as a kid and as soon as I popped in Season 1, Disc 1 it was like instant nostalgia! I am so excited to watch the series with my kids, they've already enjoyed a few episodes!
The box itself has to do A LOT, I mean it has to house 26 discs! Because there are so many discs, it is a little clunky getting the discs out and the discs have a hard time staying in place. Because of this I am a bit concerned that the discs may scratch.
That being said, I own other complete series sets and the boxes are MASSIVE! This box is super compact and about the size of 4 standard DVD cases (maybe 5 Blu-ray cases). I just want you to be mindful when opening the box that some discs may slide out of place, if you use a bit of caution and care when handling, I imagine all should be fine.
This is a show from the 90s so it is important to remember that the rules about language in kids shows may have been bit more "loosey goosey" back then.
If you are someone who considers "stupid" a bad word and you don't want your kids to even hear it, you'll have to avoid rewatching Rugrats. I also heard the word "dumb" said repeatedly in the episodes I've viewed.
To be honest, I never pictured myself relating to Stu and Didi but here we are - did you know they were meant to be in their 30s?! Talk about eye opening!
I mean the plot for the very first episode centers around Tommy's first birthday and Didi stressing about how badly she wants it to go perfectly - I've now been there (twice).
Rugrats is going to be fun to view as a family. The 90s babies, turned parents watching it are certainly going to find a brand new appreciation for everything the parents in the show go through. I cannot imagine not knowing where my 1 year old was only to find him bounding into the backyard, over a fence, riding a dog!
Rugrats: The Complete Series | DIY Cynthia Hair Headbands
Dress up as Angelica's favorite doll with this DIY Cynthia Headband craft from AsTheBunnyHops.com!
For a PDF of the complete instructions simply click the image above or HERE.
Rugrats: The Complete Series | Make Your Own Reptar Bars
Let out your inner Reptar with this delicious Ice Cream Bar recipe from PopcornerReviews.com!
For a full PDF of instructions simply click the image above, or HERE.
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