It's just cartoons, they can do whatever they want.
But I agree it is unrealistic and stupid. :anime:
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The Rugrats are still stuck in 1991 obviously, because they haven't gotten any older. Can anyone tell me how all the events that have happened through out this series 12 year run could ever possibly have taken place over the course of one year, especially Dedes pregnancy! God, a pregnancy lasts 9 months, which is nearly one year alone!
Originally Posted by Shaggy&Daphne
I'm going to make a horrible comparison here, but it's a comparison that works...
it's just like the Simpsons... there's obviously time passing, but then no time passes... it's all to help keep everything timeless. Think of everything that has happened on the Simpsons over the years and how many things have happened that make it impossible to happen in a short period of time...
I know, not two shows that are on the same level, but it makes the same point... in that, they are going for a "timeless" feel instead of one where you have to worry about the characters aging, and all...
Don't you people understand!?!
And when they do flashbacks Marge and Homer are still teenagers in the 70's. Of course in their case they're semi-aware of this.Originally Posted by Colin
Of course the first time I ever became aware of such a thing was with the children in The Peanuts. Baby Sally was born and grew up while everyone else stayed the same age. Later the same thing happened with Rerun.
How appropriate. You fight like a cow
and i guess that puts the thornberrys in the 1991 too.
and real monsters was in 1991. cause it was a show on tv the rugrats watched, when they had that fantasy about that ghost story.
i'd like to be in 1991 right now, with about 10 more years to prepare myself emotionally for the 2001 terrorist attacks.. but we all can't have what we want.
thank god sd-gundam's series finale is not in 1991but today. so i'll watch that. MMM.
Maybe we're the ones stuck in 1991.
...Or maybe I've just been eating too much Mexican food.
Jag man you know I tear up every time I see you 'round." -RD
Well that means all grown up will probably be "stuck" in 2001 for it's run. On a pretty much unrelated note, anyone else notice that the Pre Teens in "All Grown Up" look a LOT taller and older then the pre teens in "As Told By Ginger" despite them all being about the same age? It's the same company that makes the show so why would there be such a diffrence like that.
Originally Posted by DianaGohan
However, I noticed that the preteens in "As Told By Ginger" are the same proportionally as the gang in Rugrats. However, everything has been redrawn to match their proportions. The adults, lockers...
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