While Stu shows boring slides of his family's vacation, the Rugrats draw their own "slides" which come alive as they narrate their own "day in the life" stories.
Special: Grandpa & Aunt Miriam returned from a vacation and got gifts for everyone, except for Dil, whose souvenir was misplaced. So Dil wouldn't be left out, the Rugrats went on a vacation of their own in their own tour bus (Reptar Wagon), just so Dil can have a souvenir of his own. On this adventure, they visited locales such as the "Graham Canyon" (Grand Canyon), the "Pile of Rockies" (Rocky Mountains), St. Louis, the Everglades, and, of course, the "Statue of Library" (Statue of Liberty). Meanwhile, Angelica and Susie become "Easy Riders" on their own journey across America, on the run because of their criminal acts (that is, if you consider dumping cole slaw "criminal").
Special: This mini-documentary, first seen at the end of the "Rugrats Discover America" video, takes a brief, 7-minute glimpse into the making of the Rugrats' second movie, including clips, pencil tests, pictures and other behind-the-scenes stuff, plus some words by Arlene Klasky, Gabor Csupo, Mark Mothersbaugh, Stig Bergqvist, Paul DeMeyer and most of the main voices. For details on the new film, click here.
Angelica turns into the giant creature of the jungle called "Angelicon." / When Dil's binkie pops out of his mouth, it takes a quick trip around the neighborhood. / Chuckie is afraid he'll never be a good "big brother."
Dil's pacifier travels around the neighborhood, after it drops out of Dil's mouth.
Chuckie accidentally had his toy airplane jammed inside the toilet, which motivated Chazz into getting a new one to replace it. While the folks are shopping at a home improvement store, the Rugrats think that an entire army of toilets are out after them, to seek revenge for what Chuckie did to one of them.
When Angelica decides to play "business luncheon", the Rugrats wanted to play too. However, Angelica told the Rugrats that they can't play unless they're able to wear grown-up clothes, tell jokes and not wear diapers -- her idea of growing up. Susie tries to make the Rugrats grow up, so they can join Angelica.
When Stu started using a picture of Dil on his computer, the Rugrats thought that it is Dil himself who's trapped in there. Because of this, they treat the computer the same way they treat Dil -- like a baby. Meanwhile, Lulu & Grandpa come over to babysit the Rugrats -- including the real Dil.
Stu has bought a new pair of shoes. But when they clash with his suit, squeak when he walks, and hurt his feet, he rants and raves, complaining that they are "the worst shoes ever worn by a human". Overhearing this, the Rugrats figure out ways to save Reptar, Stu, and themselves from this pair of "bad shoes".
To help expand their minds, Chazz and Kira send their kids to the Happy Clown Daycare Center, endorsed by Dr. Lipschitz. Angelica informs Chuckie & Kimi that daycare can be dangerous, as it's where the "scary kids" go to play. When they got there, Kimi ended up having a ball, while Chuckie would rather hide in balls.
Since Kira & Kimi came into Chuckie's life, he believes that everything is changing when Kira straigtens his hair, buys him new "trap-door" pajamas with feet, gives him sandwiches with crusts, and, worst of all, gives Wawa a makeover.
The Rugrats discover the first thing about magic when they sneak backstage at a magic show at the local park.
The whole family is at the retirement home, visiting Grandpa and Lulu. While Grandpa shows the adults around, Lulu babysits the Rugrats; but once she's distracted, the Rugrats wreak havoc all over the place.
The Rugrats set their sights on a staircase post, where it hides one of the Rugrats' greatest mysteries -- why does it wobble?
When Kira & Chazz felt that Kimi is homesick for France, they throw her a party and shower her with gifts, all with a French theme. However, by doing so, they ended up not giving Chuckie any attention.
When Chazz's library book, "The History Of Nasal Inhalers", was due, he took the Rugrats to the library to return it. While there, Chazz decided to get library cards for Chuckie and Kimi, saying that they're "the window to the world". But, will the Rugrats obey the librarian's rules to keep quiet, not eat, and to put the books back? Meanwhile, Chazz's library privileges are revoked when the strict librarian noticed a microscopic tear on a book's cover, forcing him to make a deal.