What's your opinion on it?
Not the song by Kaai Yuki, but the theory itself.
If you don't know what the Rugrat's Theory is, research it. *rabid laughter* //shot
Okay, to clear up some confusion and make some people happier, I'm going to try to summarize the Rugrat's Theory. The original Rugrats Theory, however can be found at [link]. But yeah, anyways, here's my summary:
The Rugrats were really a figment of Angelica's imagination; Chucky died a long time ago (which is why Chaz is always a nervous wreck), Tommy was a stillborn (which is why Stu is always making toys in the basement, for his son that never lived), and the DeVilles had an abortion. Angelica couldn't tell if the baby that was aborted was going to be a boy or a girl, so her mind produced the twins Phil and Lil.
In "All Grown Up," Angelica was diagnosed as a bi-polar schizophrenic teen, who quickly became addicted to drugs that caused CNS (central nervous system) depression. The depression brought back memories of her childhood, thus making her creations (Tommy, Chucky, Phil, and Lil) become 'reborn' within her mind. Her mind made up for the time lapsed since she had last been with her creations, and aged them all to teenagers like herself. Angelica was alone without her creations, so she continually took the drug LSD to keep them in her mind and around her, so she would never have to be alone again.
Angelica's real mom OD'd from heroine, causing Angelica's bi-polar and schizophrenic disorders. Eventually, Angelica's dad, Drew, married a gold-digger. Angelica quickly tricked her own mind into thinking the woman was her real mother, and idolized her. However, the image of Angelica's true mother never escaped her head: Angelica made a replication of her with a Barbie doll - giving the doll jacked-up hair and an unwashed orange dress - which is why she was always so attached to the thing. Later on in life, Angelica continued to follow along in her mother's footsteps, and died of drug overdosage at age thirteen; when the show "All Grown Up" was cancelled.
The only nonfictional Rugrat was Tommy's younger brother, Dil. Angelica couldn't determine the difference between Dil and her creations, therefore she couldn't understand why Dil wouldn't listen to her commands. One day, she was through with it, and beat Dil up. Stu tried to stop it but was too late; Dil had a brain hemerage, which resulted in deformation. As he grew up, the damage only became more evident - and by the time he was nine in "All Grown Up," he was an outcast, ridiculed for his weirdness. The immense guilt Angelica held inside her because of Dil's situation was another factor which lead to her drug abuse; and is also what lead to her temporary un-creating of the Rugrats.
On a trip to Paris to find love, Chaz married a woman named Kira. Kira and her daughter, Kimi, had been torn from each other because Kimi was also a drug addict. Chaz and Kira got married upon their return to America, and lived happy life despite the fact Kira constantly struggled with addiction, as well.
Suzie was, in reality, Angelica's only friend. She entertained the thoughts of Angelica's creations for her, and later became a psychologist that teamed up with Nickelodeon to create the Rugrats and All Grown Up shows. When Angelica died, Suzie helped arrange her funeral. Her death was sad; because of her addiction, she had been expelled from society, which caused a break in reality. Angelica spent the last days of her life playing with her unseen creations at the cafeteria table in school.