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Season 3 is the third season of the Rugrats Television series which ran from 1993-1995.
Season 3: 1993-1995 Edit
The babies sabotage a dinner party for a visiting cartoon animator; Phil and Lil want to be different.
Chuckie is afraid to get a haircut; Angelica attends summer camp with Susie.
The kids think that Angelica stole Susie's brand new tricycle; Angelica tells Chuckie that he is turning into a rhinoceros when she pretends to be a doctor.
Grandpa moves into a retirement home after feuding with Stu and Didi; The babies go camping in the backyard, and things turn scary at night when they fear "the Satchmo monster" will capture them after hearing one of Grandpa's stories.
Angelica and the babies stage a circus after they are forced to leave one, due to Chuckie's fear of clowns; Tommy thinks that he is getting a new baby brother, and he tries to protect it.
Angelica uses vanishing cream to try to steal desserts from the adults; Tommy and Chuckie decide to part ways after clashing in their views of "adventuring".
The babies think that Angelica has turned into stone after Tommy makes a desperate wish; While staying at Stu and Didi's house, Angelica fakes a broken leg to get attention.
Susie's older sister babysits for her younger siblings and Tommy, but things go awry when a "monster" suddenly appears; Grandpa recalls a turning point in the childhood of Stu and Drew when Angelica gets a kaleidoscope.
The babies supply their own endings to a movie when the VCR breaks; Tommy tries to prevent Stu from going to work in the morning.
Tommy and Chuckie reluctantly share a new toy; The babies turn "money hungry" after finding a nickel in the sandbox.
The kids make "films" about their lives; A new toy frightens the babies.
Angelica accidentally handcuffs herself to Chuckie; A snowstorm comes to the neighborhood, and the babies imagine that they are sledding to the North Pole.
The kids pretend that Grandpa's new trailer is a spaceship, and they go to the moon to find Chuckie's toy rocket; Angelica wants to be a baby to avoid having responsibilities or getting older.
Angelica thinks that she is royalty, and she schemes to go to "her castle with her real parents"; Tommy and Chuckie learn that "you don't really know someone until you live with them".
Tommy wants to shed his clothes to be like his dog, Spike; Angelica forces the babies to compete to see who gets to be in her secret club.
Chuckie thinks that there are monsters living underneath his new "big boy" bed; The Finsters suddenly become wealthy after Chas wins a contest that is sponsored by Pat Sajak.
Angelica and Tommy nearly ruin Charlotte's business deal; An angel shows Chuckie what life would be like without him when the babies accidentally destroy Chas's record.
Chuckie has trouble distinguishing his dreams from reality; Angelica worries Phil and Lil about which one is "their parents' favorite".
Chuckie tires of standing out because of his red hair, and he and Tommy make it black; The Pickles' dog runs away, and Stu cannot get a good replacement.
Angelica tells the babies that Chuckie is an alien; Chuckie becomes a "neat freak" after his father tells him about germs.
Charlotte announces that she may be pregnant; The babies pretend to be superheroes to get back their action figures from Angelica.
Tired of being picked on by Angelica, the babies meet a new boy named Josh, who turns out to be worse than their old nemesis; Drew dreams that Angelica sues her parents after a family argument.
The kids create their own TV shows after the Pickles' TV breaks down; Angelica makes the babies worry that "it is the end of the world".
Chuckie's pet bug dies; Angelica swears off cookies after she suffers a stomachache.
Chuckie develops a crush on a new girl in the neighborhood; The babies recollect how they first met after Angelica announces that her family may be moving to another city.
- A Rugrats Passover (April 13, 1995)
The babies and Boris accidentally get locked in the attic during the family Seder.