The Carmichaels deal with the "Great Aunt T", coming over to celebrate their Kwanzaa. The holiday, which they normally don't celebrate, celebrates the honor and good of the African people. However, Susie feels that she's as ungreat as her siblings, all of them examples of greatness in the Carmichaels. With a little help from the Great Aunt T. and the Rugrats, she learns that everyone's good in their own way, making "Kwonzo" a joyous holiday. History is travelled when Aunt T met Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in the most unusual place at the road's side with trouble, as well as the time Aunt T funded Lucy's tuition money for.
Home video releasesEdit
- Rugrats: Kwanzaa
- Rugrats: Season 7
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