Rugrats: Season 3, Episode 24

I Remember Melville/No More Cookies (15 May 1994)

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Chuckie's pet bug dies and he must learn how to deal with it. After she gets a stomach ache, Angelica swears off her favorite snack, cookies.

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Chuckie's pet bug dies and he must learn how to deal with it. After she gets a stomach ache, Angelica swears off her favorite snack, cookies.

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Lil Deville: Dead means that you go to sleep for a long time.
Phillip 'Phil' Deville: Like forever.
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I Remember Melville is an episode of Rugrats. In this episode, Chuckie takes a bug and names it Melville. Unfortunately, Chuckie's new pet passed away and Chuckie tries to deal with it. This episode has good writing and is emotional. It's not as moving as the Mother's Day episode or the second movie, but the writers did a good job on it. 7.5/10 No More Cookies is an episode of Rugrats. In this episode, Angelica stuffs herself with too many cookies, resulting in a stomachache. Angelica swears them off and tells Tommy to get rid of them. However, she remembers her emotional and funny past with cookies and tries to stop Tommy before it's too late. This episode is well done. My favorite part was when the parents wanted infant Angelica to walk to mom or dad, but chose the cookies. 7/10


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