KIDS REACT TO 90s TV SHOWS (Nickelodeon: Rugrats & Doug 25th Anniversary)

KIDS REACT TO 90s TV SHOWS (Nickelodeon: Rugrats & Doug 25th Anniversary)


– (children) Kids React to retro TV! This episode: Rugrats and Doug! ♪ (drumroll) ♪ ♪ (lighthearted keyboard music) ♪
– Wait, what is this? – Oh, I know this show. – What is this show called?
I know this show. – Oh, is this Rugrats? – I remember this. – I watched this with my dad a lot. – I love it. Me and my brother
used to watch it. – I remember that Angelica was also in it. (babies laughing playfully) – What? Why is there a creepy robotic cat? – Yup, she is there. (Chuckie gasps) – I don’t know what channel
it was on, though. It’s like Nickelodeon or something. – They just made an entire mess, but their parents don’t even care. (formula bottle squirts) – Rugrats! – Oh, Rugrats! Yeah, I watched this show. – I really like Rugrats. – I remember watching it, ’cause there was a bunch of babies in it. And a girl has a really weird doll. ♪ (upbeat percussive music
with a cappella beats) ♪ – What the heck? (dog yipping)
– Don’t know if I know this one. – Nope, don’t know what this one is. – ♪ Doo-doo, doo-doo ♪ – This looks familiar. – ♪ Doo, doo-doo, doo-doo ♪ – He looks like Caillou. – Oh, he likes her. He just got curved. Ouch! ♪ (rock riffs join in) ♪ – Why does he have a green face? (thud) – I’ve seen this show once,
but I never actually liked it. – ♪ Doo, doo-doo, doo-doo ♪ – (Skeeter) Oh! Whoa! – Why is he blue? – ♪ Na-na, na-na ♪ ♪ Nananana, nanana, na-na, na-na ♪ ♪ Nananana, nanana, na-na, na ♪ – I don’t get what they’re doing. – “Doge”? Is it called “Doge”? – Never even heard of that show. “Doug.” – It was better than the Rugrats one. I never heard of that show before though. – (children) Question time! – (FBE) So these were the openings
to the shows Rugrats and Doug. – Uh, I’ve seen Rugrats. – I’ve seen Rugrats, but not…
“Duh”– what? “Doug”? I saw it when I was
scrolling through Netflix. – When I was little,
my mom would find them and put them on for me. – (FBE) These shows are pretty old. In fact, they come out
25 years ago on Nickelodeon. – Really? I knew it was old. I just
didn’t know it was 25 years old. – I wasn’t alive then. My parents were. – That’s crazy, ’cause I
sometimes see Rugrats on Netflix. – That seems reasonable. I mean, Nickelodeon had
a lot of animated shows. – The animation was just
all scruffy and weird. It looks like it was done by a crayon. – I feel so old now. I’m just kidding. I don’t feel old at all. – (FBE) The first we’re gonna
talk about is called “Doug.” What do you think the show is about based on the opening that we showed you? – Uh… I have no idea. – It’s about this magical string. – A guy who has a dog,
who has a crush on a girl. – About this boy that
falls in love with a girl, and then there’s this bully that always tries to ruin that boy’s day. – There was a girl tight-roping,
and he totally got rejected. And maybe it’s like the life of Doug. – (FBE) Well, the show Doug
followed a kid named Doug Funnie, who moves to a new school and a new town, where he meets new friends
and gets through growing up by writing about
everything in his journal. Does that sound like a good plot?
– (whispers) No. Because it just sounds like
a bad show. Like, it just does. – That’s sweet. – That’s a good plot. If you move to a new place, you’d want to write about
how you’re feeling there and if you’re having a good time
there, if it’s not fun there. – That’s kinda me, ’cause
I used to live in San Diego. But I met new people. – (FBE) So we’re now
actually gonna show you some pictures of the characters
and see what you think. – Okay. – I don’t remember ANY
of the names of them. – (FBE) So here are some
of the characters from the show. – Why is that guy blue? – They all look super-weird. – These are the stupidest names
I’ve ever seen in my entire life. – I wouldn’t expect somebody’s name to be part of a food or a holiday. – I don’t know how I’d feel about
my last name being Mayonnaise. There’s some creative names in here. – It’s like an Ed, Edd n Eddy style, but at the same time mixed
with the colors of Adventure Time. – (FBE) The other show was Rugrats. What did you think of that show? – Seems like a show
about mischievous kids. – I thought it was so adorable. – Babies getting into
all sorts of trouble. – This kid named Chuckie is like a nerd, and he is the one who
usually gets into trouble, ’cause he doesn’t have his glasses on. – (FBE) So Rugrats followed
the adventures of four babies who would talk to each other, but the grownups couldn’t understand them, as they dealt with life
from a baby’s perspective. Does that sound like a good show to you? – Yeah. It’s kind of a stupid plot, but I feel like people
can expand off of that a lot. – Adults can’t understand,
and it’s from a baby’s perspective. ‘Cause nobody ever really thinks of, does a baby even like being
picked up and going, “Googoo gaga”? – My sister’s three and a quarter
years younger than me, so yeah, we used to talk a lot. Then we have my dad
and my mom just staring at us like we’re crazy ducks. – (FBE) So now we’re actually
gonna show you some clips from Rugrats. – (raspily) Yeah, I’m gonna
have to move over here. – The ball, it’s over the fence! – (Phil) The fence?
– (Lil) Who knows what’s… – It looks really old. – (Phil) She’s right, Tommy.
You better forget about it. – (Tommy) Forget about it?
I can’t forget about it! It’s my ball! – Tommy has a weird voice though. – (Chuckie) …the next yard.
You’re only a baby. – That little baby has
a lot of hair for being a baby. – (Tommy) A baby’s got to do
what a baby’s got to do. – (chuckles) – (Tommy) …a baby’s got to do. – Oh my gosh, his pants are falling down. – Ew! – Oh, thank god. That was
almost too close for me. – Hi, Angelica. – Angelica. See, she has
a really weird doll. – (Tommy) We have something for you. – (babies) Happy birthday! – Ew. – I always filled up bowls with mud, and then my parents would get mad. – (Angelica) No thanks.
I’m too old for that silly kids stuff. – (Chuckie) Too old? – (Angelica) Yeah.
I got ‘sponsibilities now. – (Phil) “‘Sponserbileries”? – Wait, what? Why does
he say “‘sponserbilities”? – (Tommy) But Angelica,
it’s your birthday. – (Phil) Getting old’s fun! – (Angelica) No, no, little Phil.
Getting old is nothing but… – She should be an actress.
She’s quite intense. – (Tommy) It’s too bad
you can’t stay little like us. – She sounds like my older brother. (melodramatically) “Oh,
being in high school is so hard.” – Their voices are so annoying. – It seems like more relatable
to younger kids. – Quite some interesting babies. Odd but interesting. – (FBE) Are there cartoons
like this on TV today, or did these seem different?
– Different. There’s a lot more effects. – Back then, there was actually
some really good shows. – Honestly, they’re not that different
from our cartoons now. – Some of the cartoons now are more like, “Oh, that could never happen.” Well, the other old ones– like, there could be four babies
who can see from a baby’s view and have little adventures that aren’t that big
of adventures to older people. And then also, there can always be a kid who just goes to a new school, and then he could write
about it in his journal. – (FBE) And finally, for a lot of adults, these shows were their childhood, and they remember them very fondly. So what cartoon from today
do you think will be remembered just like Doug and Rugrats are?
– Maybe Gravity Falls. – Gravity Falls, because
that’s one of my favorite cartoons. – SpongeBob. Everybody knows SpongeBob,
’cause if you don’t, you’re crazy. – Adventure Time. It was such a good show
for its originality and its personality and its creativity of characters. – Pokémon. It’s because Pokémon
is just this generation and will be for the next generation,
the next generation. And even Pokémon Go’s out,
which PS, no one likes anymore. Update the game, bros. – (FBE) BURN! – Dear journal, thanks for watching
this episode of Kids React. – You want to see more?
Don’t just sit there. Subscribe! – Thanks for watching, everyone. Bye! – What’s up, everybody?
It’s Dallen here from FBE. Thanks so much for watching
another episode of Kids React. And if you want to see more, you can (tune of Nickelodeon jingle)
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