The "real"story of The Rugrats shocks network

The "real"story of The Rugrats shocks network

Los Angeles : CA : USA | Jun 11, 2011 at 7:15 AM PDT
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Rugrats - Episode Princess Angelica

Rugrats Angelica and the words are trendigen Topic on Twitter, because a text that flows through the network, its authenticity is unknown, but it tells the "true story" of this cartoon, which for 20 years is passed by Nickelodeon.

So far, the text has been copied and pasted in many places, it is not known on what was published first, but it has been traumatic for many fans of the cartoon.

According to information, the protagonist is Angelica, who really existed, and babies are the product of his imagination because of the lack of parental care. Her best friend Suzy (also character on the show) became a psychologist and sold the story to Nickelodeon.

Supposedly, the babies were several couples in the same neighborhood who were not able to live. Angelica did not know them, so that in his mind was a picture of each.

Carlitos died along with his mother at birth, so Angelica imagine him as his father. Tommy was stillborn, so it looks like a fetus that did not stop growing, and the father lives making toys: for your child not born.

Phily's mother and Lily was actually going to have a child, but had an abortion. As Angelica did not know the sex of the baby boy and girl imagined.

In the All Grown Up, Angelica becomes schizophrenic and bipolar, becoming addicted to narcotics. In real life, went mad and spent his last days in the back of a school cafeteria, imagining friends and playing with their lives, until his death on March 5, 1994.

dewegy is based in Cairo, Kairo, Egypt, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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