After Stu sells an invention, he tells the kids that he's planning to buy them a swimming pool in the backyard. While digging up the yard, the construction crew unearths the Rugrats' old mechanical Reptar toy. The kids fondly remember it (all of them but Dil), but decide to throw it away, until, during an electrical storm, they become convinced that they have angered Reptar. They ultimately decide to rescue the toy, and realize that, although they are growing up, they cannot forget their past.
Chuckie: So there wasn't any curse of Reptar after all. Well, what do you know about that. Well, good night.
Tommy: That's it? After scaring everyone half to death, that's it?
Lil: So, why'd you even come, Angelica?
Angelica: Are you kidding? Don't you know it's always the gorgeous girl with the naturally bouncy hair who stays behind in the house, and never makes it to the end of the movie? I'd be a goner.
Dil: You still think we'll get the pool, T? 'Cause I was thinking of expanding my sanctuary and calling it "Habitat for Manatee."
Tommy: Pool, yes. Marine mammals, no.
Tommy: We found our old Reptar toy in the backyard and tossed him out. Now, Chuckie thinks that Reptar's mad at us.
Angelica: That is, like, the lamest thing I've ever heard.
Stu: We're going to get you boys something every kid dreams of having.
Angelica: A home in Aspen?
Dil: A six week course in Portuguese?
Angelica: This puts me on Tommy's side, which is a first I'm not particularly proud of.
Angelica: You preteens are lucky your parents are smart enough to have someone my age around to figure these things out.
Phil: You know, she's right.
Lil: That may be the scariest thought all night.
There is a flashback from Tommy that shows the characters as they were in Rugrats.