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|The Incredible Shrinking Babies||Gallery||Transcript|
|Season 6 Episode 29a|
|The Incredible Shrinking Babies|
|Original Airdate||January 29, 2000|
|DVD release||Season 6|
|Next Episode||Miss Manners|
The Rugrats try to have Dil fall asleep. Later that night, Chuckie has a nightmare, where the Rugrats shrink and become the of those "Little People" toys. Dil, however, remains normal-; however, to the now-miniaturised Rugrats, Dil seems more like a giant.
When Dil won't take his nap, the Rugrats try to get him to go to sleep. The job is so tiring for Chuckie that he falls asleep himself. He then has a dream that the Rugrats have become really really small. Can they get the giant, drooling Baby Dil to take a nap, when his every sneeze seems like a hurricane and he want to use Tommy and his friends as his new pacifiers? - Description from Klasky Csupo
The transcript can be found here
- This episode was based on the movie The Incredible Shrinking Man, a sci-fi classic that included a scene when the shrunken man hid inside of a dollhouse from a hungry cat.
- When laying down to take his nap Tommy shirt turns white
- Dil's theme cry, the audio is taken from "The Rugrats Movie."
- At the beginning of the episode Chuckie calls his toy little Lyle but before Chuckie falls asleep he calls the toy little Louie
Chuckie: Dilly! Wait! No! Don't eat me Dil! AAAUUGH!
The gallery for this episode can be found here