|Format||Animation, comedy, family, fantasy|
|# of Episodes||15|
|DVD release||October 4, 2011|
|Previous Season||Season 6|
|Next Season||Season 8|
|"Rugrats" Episode Guide|
Season 7 is the seventh season of the Rugrats Television series which ran for fifteen episodes from 2000-2001. It is the first season to feature shorts.
Season 7: 2001-2002
Angelica becomes an evil robot; Dil's pacifier gets tossed around the house; Chuckie must protect Kimi.
Stu makes a Dil screensaver; Phil and Lil make a pie; Angelica has a dream, in which she is powerful.
Angelica seeks a sibling; Spike has a nightmare; Kimi falls for a pinata.
- "Finsterella" (January 15, 2001)
Chuckie thinks that his life parallels that of Cinderella.
Stu is forced to wear uncomfortable shoes; Dil and Spike's perspectives of the world around them; The babies wish on shooting stars.
Chuckie and Kimi go to day-care; Tommy finds something weird on the stairs; Cynthia goes missing, and the babies battle the McNulty kids for the doll.
Chuckie goes through adjustments with Kira; The babies attend a magic show; The babies see the local retirement home.
Howard develops laryngitis; Tommy tries to find Dil's bottle; Kimi gets more attention than Chuckie.
Angelica and Susie compete in a contest; Dil takes a bath; The babies have various adventures.
Chuckie breaks the toilet at his house; Angelica breaks Charlotte's cell phone; Angelica gets a watch.
The babies attend a "lunch party"; Tommy shows various things to Dil; Chuckie believes that Kimi is going back to Japan.
The kids play a game; Tommy shows more things to Dil; Angelica hosts her own "talk show".
- "A Rugrats Kwanzaa" (April 22, 2001)
The gang celebrates Kwanzaa.
- All Growed Up (July 21, 2001)
The Rugrats are now ten years older and attending middle school.
- This is the first whole season where the animation is done digitally, the show transitioned from cel to digital in the previous season with Acorn Nuts & Diapey Butts.
- This is also the first whole season to be animated by Sunwoo Entertainment, who absorbed Anivision (the show's primary overseas animator) in April of 1999.