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Tony Hale, Anna Chlumsky and Timothy Simons have signed on for the forthcoming Rugrats reboot, which is set to premiere on Paramount+ (fka CBS All Access) this spring.
Hale will take over the role of neurotic musician Chas Finster (aka Chuckie’s father), while Chlumsky and Simons will voice Angelica’s parents, city councilwoman Charlotte and pharmaceutical rep Drew.
New cast additions also include Ashley Rae Spillers (Vice Principals) as Tommy’s mother Didi, a passionate artisan and blogger; Tommy Dewey (Casual) as Tommy’s father Stu, an optimistic inventor; Natalie Morales (Dead to Me) as Phil and Lil’s mother Betty, Didi’s best friend and coffeehouse owner; Nicole Byer (Nailed It!) as Susie’s mother Lucy, a fun and generous physician; Omar Miller (The Unicorn) as Susie’s father Randy, an affable and good-natured science teacher; and Michael McKean (Better Call Saul) as Grandpa Lou Pickles, an active senior who enjoys yoga.
“This incredibly talented group of actors provides a fresh and very funny take on these iconic roles, combining humor with heart to bring the characters to life in a whole new way,” Liz Paulson, Senior VP of Talent and Casting at Nickelodeon, said in a statement. Added Ramsey Naito, President of Nickelodeon Animation, “The all-new Rugrats is packed with comedy, music and adventures that only babies can embark upon, and the role of the grown-ups is an essential piece of the series.”
As previously reported, original voice actors E.G. Daily (Tommy), Nancy Cartwright (Chuckie), Cheryl Chase (Angelica), Cree Summer (Susie) and Kath Soucie (Phil and Lil) will reprise their iconic roles.
Paramount+ has released the following first look photo at the newly CG-animated cast, which is somewhat conspicuously missing three characters from the original series: Tommy’s younger brother, Dil; Chuckie’s stepsister, Kimi; and Chuckie’s stepmother, Kira. A Rugrats rep declined to comment on the MIA trio, except to say additional casting and character information is forthcoming.
Debuting back in 1991 alongside Doug and Ren & Stimpy as one of the original Nicktoons, Rugrats followed the day-to-day lives of an adventurous band of toddlers, led by diaper-clad Tommy Pickles. It ran until 2004, tallying up a total of 172 episodes. It also inspired a series of big-screen spinoffs: 1998’s The Rugrats Movie, 2000’s Rugrats in Paris and 2003’s Rugrats Go Wild (which also featured characters from fellow Nickelodeon cartoon The Wild Thornberries). Paramount+ has already released a sneak peek at one of the new episodes, which you can view here.
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Rugrats, the reimagining of the classic ‘90s series, is back with more adventures from the colorful imaginations of Tommy, Chuckie, Angelica, Susie, Phil and Lil. The next eight episodes of season one will be available to stream exclusively on Paramount+ beginning Thursday, October 7. Ahead of the all-new episodes dropping this fall, the series was recently renewed for a 13-episode second season.
Joining the cast in this new batch of episodes are:
- Charlet Chung (Craig of the Creek) as Kimi Watanabe, Angelica’s eternally cheerful adversary at preschool, in “Escape from Preschool.”
- Raini Rodriguez (Bunk’d) as Gabi, Betty’s niece and the babies’ favorite babysitter ever, in “Great Minds Think Alike” and “Betty and the Beast.”
- Henry Winkler (Monsters at Work) as Boris, Tommy’s Zayde, in “The Bubbe and Zayde Show.”
- Swoosie Kurtz (Bless the Harts) as Minka, Tommy’s Bubbe, in “The Bubbe and Zayde Show.”
- Ben Schwartz (HouseBroken) as Lord Crater, the pompous but truly evil villain of The Final Eclipse movie franchise, in “Final Eclipse.”
In the all-new season one episodes, the babies will continue to find themselves in a variety of situations by using their wild imaginations, including defeating an “outer space villain,” traveling through Chuckie’s dad’s body, embarking upon a daring mission to break Angelica out of preschool and more. The new batch of episodes also includes a half-hour, Halloween-themed special where Tommy needs his friends’ help to save Angelica after she turns into a werewolf at a scary Halloween party as their parents seem to disappear one by one.
The series stars EG Daily (Tommy Pickles), Nancy Cartwright (Chuckie Finster), Cheryl Chase (Angelica Pickles), Cree Summer (Susie Carmichael), and Kath Soucie (Phil and Lil DeVille), all of whom reprise their iconic roles in this new series.
The original adventurous babies’ voice cast is joined by new voices, including Ashley Rae Spillers and Tommy Dewey (Tommy’s parents, Didi and Stu Pickles); Tony Hale (Chuckie’s father, Chas Finster); Natalie Morales, (Phil and Lil’s mother, Betty DeVille); Anna Chlumsky and Timothy Simons (Angelica’s parents, Charlotte and Drew Pickles); Nicole Byer and Omar Miller (Susie’s parents, Lucy and Randy Carmichael); and Michael McKean (Grandpa Lou Pickles).
From Nickelodeon Animation Studio, the brand-new Rugrats series features rich and colorful CG-animation and follows the babies – Tommy, Chuckie, Angelica, Susie, and Phil and Lil – as they explore the world and beyond from their pint-sized and wildly imaginative point-of-view.
This August 11th marked the 30th anniversary of the series. The original Rugrats series launched in August of 1991 and instantly became a groundbreaking phenomenon, spawning consumer products and three hit theatrical releases, and cementing its place in pop culture history through its iconic characters, storytelling and unique visual style. The series earned four Daytime Emmy Awards, six Kids’ Choice Awards and its own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Rugrats was in production for nine seasons (169 episodes) over the course of 13 years.
Produced by Nickelodeon Animation Studio, the all-new Rugrats is based on the series created by Arlene Klasky, Gabor Csupo, and Paul Germain. Eryk Casemiro (Rugrats) and Kate Boutilier (Rugrats) are executive producers and Dave Pressler (Robot and Monster) and Casey Leonard (Breadwinners) serve as co-executive producers, with Rachel Lipman (Rugrats) as co-producer and Kellie Smith (The Fairly OddParents) as line producer on season one.
Kimi Finster (Rugrats)
Kimi Watanabe-Finster is a main character in the Nickelodeon animated television series Rugrats. She first appeared in Rugrats in Paris: The Movie in 2000. She is the step-sister of Chuckie Finster; born in a Japanese family, she was the last character to be introduced to the Rugrats character list. Her mother, Kira, married Chas Finster (the father of Chuckie). Kimi became a regular character on the show after Rugrats in Paris: The Movie. She also appeared in the second and third Rugrats films. She is voiced by Dionne Quan.
Why She Used To Suck
- After the success of "Rugrats in Paris: The Movie" adding Kimi, Kira and Lu-Lu (from "Acorn Nuts & Diapey Butts") was extremely unnecessary.
- With that said, Lu-Lu and Kira are both decent characters, with Lu-Lu being a caring wife for Lou and a nice grandmother for Tommy and Dil, and nice grandaunt to Angelica, and Kira being a caring wife for Chas and a loving mother for both Chuckie and Kimi herself. Kimi, on the other hand, is unfortunately not really that good of a character.
- Like Dil, Kimi was also one of the reasons that Rugrats was going downhill even further than ever.
- She is another annoying character, as her normal baby antics usually cause some trouble towards her brother and their friends, and due to her walking and talking, can cause even more trouble than Dil.
- Some of the trouble she causes is really bad, such as taking Cynthia without Angelica’s permission and throwing her up the treehouse, which unsurprisingly led to Angelica angrily chasing the babies.
- Much like Dil, her crying can be annoying, depending on your view.
- She often likes to mess around with her brother, and she often gets on Chuckie’s nerves, especially when she messes with his stuff, sometimes by accident.
- Chuckie refers to her as "Another Tommy" (he said this in Rugrats in Paris), which is in a bad way, because Tommy has a more lovable personality, is a better brother to Dil, and even knows when his leadership goes too far, as he understands Chuckie’s feelings of being scared and wanting to explore a safer area. Kimi, on the other hand, is not shown to be a good sister to Chuckie, will often not realize when she goes too far whenever she’s in charge, and will often push poor Chuckie too far during their adventures.
- In the episode "Finsterella", Kimi was at her extreme worse by teasing Chuckie and torturing him along with Angelica for her own fun of amusement making her mean-spirited at best, which is really bad.
- As of the 2021 reboot, she was aged up as a 3-year old and attends the same preschool as Angelica since she seems to take Susie's role. As a result, she and Chuckie are no longer brother and sister.
- She has a cute design, like many of the other Rugrats characters.
- She has some funny moments, like when she drew Reptar on the chalk board and wanting her old friends to guess it, which they got right, but only because they saw the big robot Reptar (which had the Rugrats in him), outside their window, and the scene where she was playing married with her Super Thing and Cynthia before Angelica comes in and takes back Cynthia from her.
- She cares about her family and friends very much, especially Chuckie, as she does look up to him for advice, and will often be sad whenever he doesn’t wanna play with her, showing how much she truly cares about him. She can also comfort her group at times, such as when she comforted Tommy when he felt sad about how he led them into trouble, but reminded him of how he made sure they were safe in "Rugrats Go Wild".
- She has a group of fans of the show that do root for her, despite her flaws. This is especially true considering the fact that her debut was in the movies, being introduced in "Rugrats in Paris: The Movie".
- She definitely has her likable moments, like the last 2 movies, where she helps her friends on their adventures. She’s also likable in some episodes, for example "Kimi Takes the Cake", where she was grateful that her friends and brother tried to help her have a good birthday, and she admitted that having them spend time with her is what made her birthday really great.
- Her voice artist Dionne Quan did a decent job voicing her from the last 3 seasons of Rugrats (as well as the movies) to All Grown Up.
- Speaking of "All Grown Up", she redeems herself there when she appears as an older kid, as she became much less annoying and was much more sweeter and hilarious.
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