Angelica Pickles (Rugrats)
Angelica Charlotte Pickles is the main antagonist and secondary tritagonist of the Nickelodeon series, Rug rats. While this is so, she acts more as an antihero in the films and often sides with the babies at the end against the films' respective main villains. She is voiced by Cheryl Chase, both in the original and reboot series, and is among the series' original characters.
Note: This page will only focus on her original series counterpart.
- She is the most unlikable character in the series, as she’s a spoiled brat who thinks she can get whatever she wants.
- She’s another one of those mean girls.
- She's tempestuous. She's tyrannical. She's mean. She's three. Those are here main traits of her mean and bratty personality, and there are episodes where she is arguably at her worse.
- For example, in the infamous "Trading Phil", where she forced Phil to play with Kayla and Marli so she can hang out with the cool kids. Not to mention, Kayla and Marli were very unlikeable.
- She manipulates her parents into getting whatever she wants.
- Whenever she gets a chance for something that will satisfy her, she does all her wickedness can to be sure that she gets it.
- She’s cruel towards many kids, especially the Rugrats, Susie, and her cousins Tommy and Dil.
- Her voice is grating at times, especially when she yells or sings.
- Her obsession towards cookies and her dislike against healthy foods can cause mischief at times.
- She has a cute design, like many of the other Rugrats characters.
- Cheryl Chase does a great job voicing her except when she sings and screams.
- She does have a few funny moments, like when she ate cookies that were in the soap and bubbles come out of her mouth, and when she fell into a mud puddle while serving the Rugrats and Susie at their little party.
- She often gets her comeuppance for her bad actions.
- She does care for her friends and family deep down, as she loves her parents dearly, shows she really loves the babies, and has respected Susie and Harold at times to be their friends, and will do the right thing at times to help them.
- She’s has gotten some character growth that can make her likable sometimes, such as the movies, where she helps save the babies during their adventures. Rugrats in Paris , in particular, is where she has some great moments, when she felt bad for Chuckie being motherless and when she exposed Coco’s plan to the adults.
- She redeems herself when her older teenager self appeared in the spin-off, All Grown Up!, who has become nicer, mature, and more likable.