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Rugrats - Top Secret
In "Momma Trauma", when Tommy follows other babies to the playroom, two guys from the Snow, Steele, and Trick 'em ad agency gave Super Blast-O dolls to the babies (including Tommy). There is a small ball in the dolls. Tommy takes the ball out of the doll, playing with it. The babies seized the opportunity to take the ball out of the doll. Later, the two men, thinking that taking the ball out is not the way to do it, one of them said "The toy is top secret." If the dolls were a confidential project, they shouldn't give the damn toys to those babies.
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Anonymous on 03-19-2001
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Mindy Doll writes:
What they meant was that the toy wasn't patented. And if some other company got hold of it, they could make all the money.
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lightoler writes:
Those babies were used to see if the toy was any good.Even the door said test room or something like that.
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Zap810 writes:
they don't curse in the show...that cursing part is the guy who posted this slipup. In the show, the lines are "That Toy was Top secret! If it ever gets to the public, we could lose our jobs!" also, maybe the audience was told beforehand it was a secret.
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dairy queen writes:
Well, I don't think they should be using that kind of language on the show.
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Goddess062887 writes:
Whoever you are, I agree with you. Those bumbling idiots should have thought about that BEFORE they handed the toys out, unless they needed a test "audience."
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