|Season 1 Episode 11a|
|Original Airdate||October 24, 1993|
|Previous Episode||Incident in Aisle Seven|
|Next Episode||The Trial|
Touchdown Tommy is an episode of Rugrats from season one.
- Fluffy (debut, but made a cameo)
Tommy pretends he is part of a football game when Angelica tries to steal a bottle of chocolate milk from him.
The fathers all bring in a big-screen TV to watch the Ultra Bowl, a big event in football, with a split decision on which team should win. The problem is that, while the men will be focused on the game, the women will be out shopping. This leaves the little babies virtually unsupervised. Making matters even worse, Grandpa Lou gives Tommy a bottle of chocolate milk. Angelica will do anything to get it from him.
Angelica chases Tommy. The chase is seen by Tommy as a football game as he is wearing a football outfit-like getup and the chocolate milk is wanted by many players, similar to how the ball is wanted in football. He throws the bottle to the others who throw it to everyone else besides Angelica. As the bottle is thrown, it splatters across the room. The chocolate milk in the bottle begins to disappear and she's too old for baby bottles. At the end, the mothers return to chocolate milk stains all over the living room, and the fathers barely paying attention.
- Goof: It impossible for bottle of Milk to cover the whole living room.
- Spike licks chocolate milk off of Angelica's face. In real life, chocolate is considered toxic to dogs.
- Third episode in which Chaz appears, but the first episode in which he talks, although he may have said his son's name once in his first appearance (Barbecue Story).
- The Ultra Bowl is a reference to the Super Bowl.
- Chick Hearn was the commentator of the game. In real life, he was best known for being the play-by-play announcer for the Los Angeles Lakers basketball team.
- This is another one of the few episodes where Angelica is wearing a diaper under her skirt when she lays down from feeling dizzy.
- This is the first appearence of Fluffy
- Angelica: Bottles are for babies grandpa, I am NOT a baby.