Some readers may remember the animated television show Rugrats, which aired on Nickelodeon for several years. The show followed a group of babies and toddlers as they went on a variety of adventures and said words incorrectly. It was a fun kids show, but now those fans are adults and their interest lay in...other areas. At least that's what this porn parody of Rugrats is hoping for as it seeks to connect with nostalgic porn watchers. Amazingly called Tugrats, this porn parody envisions the babies all grown up and looking to spend their time the way adults do. Check out the trailer below.

Some shows lend themselves easily to the porn format. Game of Thrones is extremely popular with pornography makers and has multiple different porn versions, while others like Rick and Morty are a bit more of a stretch. But here we have a bonkers trailer for WoodRocket's Tugrats, a porn parody of the animated show which aired on Nickelodeon during the 90s. Despite the fact that all the characters in the porn are dressed like babies (Tommy has adult baby syndrome; it's a thing), they are actually adults, which is addressed in the trailer in a genuinely funny moment.

As the story goes (if that even matters here), the gang is trying to decide what to do now that they are adults and Chucky accidentally takes "boner pills." This makes him see a lot of sexy stuff, leading to an eventual sex scene with Angelica. Meanwhile, Phil and Lil argue about gangbangs. It's weirdly self-aware, but that actually makes the whole thing pretty funny. There are some solid jokes in there.

For those who may not know, Rugrats was an animated TV show that aired on Nickelodeon from 1991-2004 in a 13-year run that made it one of the longest-running animated series in America. It followed Tommy Pickles and his baby friends as they went on adventures both real and imaginary, getting into situations only friendship and a baby-friendly screwdriver could solve. The series also spawned several theatrical movies and TV specials. The program was Nickelodeon's longest running show, until it was eventually surpassed by Spongebob Squarepants. It eventually spun-off into All Grown Up!, which featured the former babies as awkward teens That series ran for 5 seasons and 55 episodes in the early 2000's.

While you debate if you are actually going to watch Tugrats, you can always watch non-porn versions of TV anytime you wish. There's plenty of good shows on right now and you can find them all through our midseason premiere guide. Don't forget to keep up to date on what's no longer airing too, with our cancellation guide.

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