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|The Seven Voyages of Cynthia||Gallery||Transcript|
|Season 2 Episode 20a|
|The Seven Voyages of Cynthia|
|Original Airdate||March 14, 1993|
|VHS release||Angelica the Divine|
|DVD release||Season 2|
|Previous Episode||Let Them Eat Cake|
|Next Episode||My Friend Barney|
Inspired by Drew and Stu's boat, Tommy and Chuckie decide to sail a pretend boat of their own, with Angelica's doll Cynthia as the captain. When they accidentally lose the doll in the sewer, will Angelica ever get Cynthia back? - Description from Klasky Csupo.
While Stu and Drew are cleaning Drew's boat, Tommy and Chuckie shanghaied Cynthia so she could be captain; however, when she got lost in the sewer system, it broke Angelica's heart with foreign cry, because they played with her doll without her permission. She did get her back, but not without sailing miles and miles in the sewers and taking a bath in toxic waste. Meanwhile, after being chased away by Angelica, Spike hitches a ride in a garbage truck to the city dump, which doubles as a "scenic overlook". Angelica gots the funeral. He finds the dirty and grimy Cynthia and brings her back to Angelica. Tommy and Chuckie with Tacoma cry.
- Original Music by: Mark Mothersbaugh and Denis M. Hannigan
- Rugrats Theme - [ending]
- The title of the episode makes a reference to the 1958 movie The Seventh Voyage Of Sinbad starring Kerwin Mathews.
- This episode served as a level in the video game Rugrats: Search for Reptar.
- Drew's boat, the Kingfisher 9000, was won in the Little Miss Lovely beauty pageant, as seen in the season one episode "Beauty Contest" .
- Nickelodeon thought that kids wouldn't get the part where Angelica says the line: "Cynthia, we hardly knew ye", but it stayed in the script.
- Nickelodeon didn't want the episode to be paired with "Down the Drain" because both episodes had Cynthia going into a sewer system.
- Originally, there was a line where Angelica said, "Sick little monkeys!," but Nickelodeon ordered that line be cut because it was too much like another Nickelodeon show ' Ren & Stimpy.
There are two morals to this episode: 1. Always ask permission first before you can borrow someone’s toys. 2. Keep your personal belongings away from younger kids.