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Ghost Story

Ghost Story

Season 6, Episode 12 (Rugrats)
March 27, 1999
Previous Rugrats Episode
"Chuckie's Complaint"
Next Rugrats Episode
"The Old Country"

Ghost Story is the 103rd episode of the animated television series Rugrats. It originally aired on the television network Nickelodeon on March 27, 1999, during the series' sixth season. This serves as the final appearances of Ickis, Oblina and Krumm, though this is non-canon.

Characters Present[]


On a stormy night, Angelica convinces the babies to take turns telling scary stories. Angelica makes the story about Chuckie in a spooky house. Chuckie attempts to make the story as bearable as possible to himself in the story but Angelica interjects constantly, making things like a ghost (Tommy) and a strange pair of twins (Phil & Lil) appear to spook him.


The babies finally reach the top of the spooky house and find the light they'd seen from below was a large bear nightlight. In the room was a large bed that all the babies concurred to be 'comferble' and fall asleep, in the story and in reality. Angelica, still awake, is too frightened to fall asleep and afraid to be alone. The closing shot is of her running out of the room and crying to her daddy.

Other Info[]

This episode marked the first time Nicktoons from another show have a crossover. The other monsters seen in this episode are also from Aaahh!!! Real Monsters. The success of this episode inspired other TV series to have crossover episodes. This episode first came out to DVD on August 31, 2004, with the Halloween episodes and Christmas episodes. It is on the bonus episode of the Halloween disc.

Difference From The Show[]

Unlike on Aaahh! Real Monsters, Ickis and Krumm are watching TV, in the episode, The Ickis Box, it revealed that monsters are forbidden to watched TV because they will turns into potatoes if they do. Also, all of the monsters got into a mood of eating chocolate pudding, which it's "human food" and monsters shouldn't be eating any human foods because it's extremely hazardous to their health.