I guess they where technically not adults, but title problems aside it was actually okay. Kinda weird though. Anyway they also had a behind the scenes look at it. They had many of the shows key creators but I couldn't help but notice that Paul Germain wasn't interviewed. As some of you may know along with Klasky and Csupo, Germain was a key creative influence in the show. Around the middle of the decade he left the studio though. At this time in my opinion the Rugrats lost alot of its "sharp edge" so to speak. As far as its satire on certain things. Not suprisingy to me around this time Disney Animation let loose a show called Recess. Created by two former Rugrats writers, among them Germain himself. Recess as you may know has alot of that kind of Satire. IE relating the playground to global geopolitics, and often feels like something out of Orsen Wells imagination. Coincidence? I think not.