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|Cooking With Susie||Gallery||Transcript|
|Season 6 Episode 22b|
|Cooking With Susie|
|Original Airdate||October 9, 1999|
|DVD release||Season 6|
|Previous Episode||Brothers are Monsters|
|Next Episode||Officer Chuckie|
When Susie bakes some Reptar cereal bars that taste really awful, the Rugrats decide to tell her a "white lie" that they enjoyed her cooking so they don't hurt her feelings. But this suggestion (made by Angelica) backfires as Susie keeps making more bad food. Will they have to confess to her that they were not being honest? - Description from Klasky Csupo
Susie was a first on her block to get a Cynthia Easy Cook Oven -- literally, as they weren't available to the general public yet; the makers were advertisers on the Dummi Bears show. The oven was so precious to Susie, she wouldn't sell it to anyone, not even Angelica. With the oven, she made some Reptar Snack Squares. The Rugrats ate them, but didn't like them. However, they lied to Susie and told her they were the best snacks they ever eaten; they lied (as recommended by Angelica, of course) so they wouldn't hurt Susie's feelings. Instead, this encouraged Susie to make more. They learned to lie after Didi lied about praising Stu's electronic door stop, which was actually the most stupidest invention he had ever invented.
- Stu's new invention is the Doorstopper 3000.
- Lou's mustache was shaved off by Stu's hydraulic nose hair trimmer and wants to hide at the lake until it grows back.
Moral: it is better to tell the truth than it is to lie
Chuckie: They kind of taste like (spits out food)... cat poo!
Didi: (after Stu's doorstopper invention shoots out of the roof): Stu, that is enough!!! I tried to be nice to you about this, Stu, but the truth is: this doorstopper thing is a menace! If you install any more of these things, we are going to be living in a tent in the backyard!
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