Above:One of a series of "Thank You, Nickelodeon" ads,
this one featuring Tommy. These ads are published in various mass-circulation
family and children's magazines. Other ads featured Angry Beavers
and CatDog. The ad above, however, was never published in magazines
such as TV Guide or Nickelodeon Magazine, but was seen in the
11/30/1998 issue of Cablevision, an industry trade publication.
(Ad ©1998 Viacom)
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| Nick Flicks in 2001 -- Too Much Of A Good Thing
Google Brings Newsgroup History Back To Life
Is Rugrats Really Pop-ular?
The Episode That Will Live In Infamy
The Comic Crowd Chooses Their Toons
Creator Of Nicktoons Concept Sues For Piece Of The Action
A Timeless Holiday Classic, Because TV Guide Said So...
...As Well As Blockbuster
The Rugrats Are Forever Young
The Mother of All Non-Realistic TV Sitcoms
Nick Reinvents Itself
Heads Will Roll, or rather, Float
More Rugrats... On Another Network
Parents Approve of "Rugrats"
Chatting With The Rugrats
Tommy's Second Birthday
Giving Credit Where Credit's Due... Sort Of
Rugrats Go Reptar!
The Sales Pitch
"Rugrats" Is One Of The Best Things About Television
Chuckie Has A Need For "Greed"
"Rugrats" May Cost You $31,000
"Whatchyou talkin' about, Willis?"
Rappin' & Rockin' With The Rugrats
The Secret Life Of Angelica Pickles
How The Rugrats Speak
Who Created Whom
The Rugrats Really Get Around, Don't They?
The Disney Way
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"Rugrats" Go Disney (sort of)
Oh Yeah! Rugrats!
We'll Be Right Back After This Important Message
Let's Call The Whole Thing Off
Make Your Own Seasonal Rugrats Special
An Interesting Story
The Klasky-Csupo Staff Are A Bunch Of Characters...Literally
Changing the Course of Continuity: The "Chuckie's Mom" Case
Another Continuity Quandary
How To Locate The "Old Country"
How To Watch The Rugrats Opening
The Rugrats Secret Formula
The Secret of the Rugrats' Success?
The AsCERTtion Of "Rugrats"
Enquiring Minds Want To Know!
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