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|Season 9 Episode 13b|
|Kimi Takes the Cake|
|Original Airdate||October 5, 2002|
August 1, 2004
|DVD release||Season 9|
|Previous Episode||Fountain Of Youth|
On Kimi's 2nd birthday, the babies search for her birthday cake without knowing that their parents are holding the cake!
The episode begins at the Pickles' home, where Chas and Kira are planning Kimi's birthday party at a birthday place known as the Happy Castle. Didi has made a birthday cake, a Reptar-themed ice cream cake for Kimi's birthday. Taffy announces that she has to leave her babysitting job early because her band has a gig at a teenage castle club. Chas, Kira, and Didi leave for the Happy Castle and Stu was left to bring Tommy, Chuckie, Phil, Lil, and Kimi there; however Stu accidentally brings the kids to Taffy's gig due to him not paying attention because of his newly invented P.U.S.S (Pickles Ultimate Satellite System). As Didi and Stu try to figure out where the other is using the P.U.S.S. the babies look for things at the club that would seem fit for Kimi's birthday (balloons and cake). Didi, Chas, and Kira come with Dil and the ice cream cake and while looking for the kids the children find and eat the melted remains of the Reptar ice cream cake; the adults later find them and enjoy the party. The episode ends as Taffy sings a birthday song to Kimi.
The gallery for this episode can be found here.
- This is the third and last episode in the main series to focus on a character's birthday. The first was "Tommy's First Birthday" and the second was "Angelica's Birthday".
- Depending on when the episode airs, that is supposedly Kimi's birthday.
- This is also the last episode of the Rugrats series on television, making it the 'series finale'.
- This is also marks the final appearance of Tommy, Chuckie, Kimi, Phil, Lil, Taffy, Dil, Stu, Didi, Chas and Kira in Rugrats.
- This was episode 172. Until the SpongeBob SquarePants episode "Squiditis" aired, Rugrats was the longest running Nicktoon.