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|performer = {{WikipediaLink|Kath Soucie}}
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[[File:Phil_and_Lil_in_AGU.jpg|thumb|250px|Phil and Lil in "[[The Finster Who Stole Christmas]]".]]
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'''Phillip and Lillian DeVille''' are a pair of twins from the [[:Category:Nickelodeon|Nickelodeon]] animated series ''{{WikipediaLink|Rugrats}}'' and its spin-off ''[[wikipedia:All Grown Up!|All Grown Up!]]'' Not only do they look almost exactly alike (except for Lil's hair ribbon), they think alike too. When one of them starts a sentence, the other finishes it. But like all brothers and sisters, Phil and Lil can get into some pretty cranky arguments. But when the twins are getting along, they really pull the Rugrats together as a team. They can even convince [[Chuckie Finster|Chuckie]] to join in [[Tommy Pickles|Tommy]]'s adventures!
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==Bio==
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|gender = Male {{s|(Phil)}}<br>Female {{s|(Lil)}}
===Phil===
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|performer = [[Kath Soucie]]
Phil is all about mud, worms, boogies, and pretty much anything gross. If he isn't playing in the mud with his twin sister Lil, or searching for delicious bugs, he's off on an adventure with Tommy and the gang. Phil is fearless and always ready for action...as long as he doesn't get distracted by something icky.
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===Lil===
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'''Phillip "Phil" and Lillian Marie Jill "Lil" DeVille''' are a pair of twins from the [[:Category:Nickelodeon|Nickelodeon]] animated series ''[[Wikipedia:Rugrats|Rugrats]]'' and its spin-off ''[[wikipedia:All Grown Up!|All Grown Up!]]'' Frequently joining [[Tommy Pickles]] on his adventures, Phil and Lil were near-identical in both appearance and personality in the original series, to the point that even their parents had a tendency to mistake one for the other. They were often seen eating bugs and worms, and like all brothers and sisters, frequently get into pretty cranky arguments, in which they often address each other by their full first names. In ''All Grown Up!'' (which takes place approximately ten years after the events of ''Rugrats''), the twins evolved into two distinctly different characters; while Phil still enjoys repulsive objects, Lil has taken an interest in sports, particularly soccer.
Lil loves hanging out with her twin brother, Phil. Whether they're digging for worms or looking for Reptar, the twins are pretty much inseparable. Like Phil, Lil is always up for one of Tommy's adventures, whether that means wandering through Playland or just playing in the backyard. And when it comes to all things icky, Lil's fearless-she'll dive into a mess head first.
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==Appearances in Christmas specials==
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[[File:Phil_and_Lil_Gift_of_the_Magi.jpg|thumb|250px|Phil and Lil exchanging gifts at the end of "The Santa Experience".]]
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In the first ''Rugrats'' [[Christmas]] episode, "[[The Santa Experience]]", Phil and Lil have a subplot inspired by ''[[The Gift of the Magi]]'', in which both of them are trying to find a good gift for the other. [[Angelica Pickles|Angelica]] offers to give Phil a box of crayons in exchange for his Reptar doll, so he can give the crayons to Lil as her Christmas gift. Lil then gives her coloring book to Angelica so that she can have a Reptar space helmet to give to Phil for Christmas. Angelica soon realizes, though, that she will likely be punished with coal from Santa as a result of this, and throughout the second half of the episode, Angelica tries to return Phil's Reptar doll and Lil's coloring book. In the end, Angelica finally does succeed in giving Phil and Lil their things back.
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In the series' second Christmas episode, "[[Let It Snow (Rugrats)|Let It Snow]]", Phil, Lil and their friends mistakenly think that it is Christmas but believe that [[Santa Claus]] is not bringing any gifts because it is not snowing, so they try to make it snow.
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In the series' third Christmas episode, "[[Babies in Toyland]]", Phil and Lil, along with the other Rugrats and their families, take a trip to the Christmasland park (designed by Tommy and [[Dil Pickles|Dil]]'s dad). After [[Angelica Pickles|Angelica]] ends up causing the man hired to play Santa to quit, Phil, Lil, and the other Rugrats venture across the park, believing that Santa left his presents for them at his workshop. When the Rugrats get caught in ''[[The Nutcracker]]'' animatronic show, Phil and Lil grab a shoe and a ribbon from a cardboard ballerina; they later present the shoe and the ribbon as a present to Baby [[Jesus]] in the Nativity display. Later, Angelica, having had a change of heart, presents Phil and Lil with a new pair of shoes and a magic princess wand, respectively.
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===''All Grown Up!''===
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[[File:Phil_and_Lil_in_AGU.jpg|thumb|250px|Phil and Lil as preteens in "[[The Finster Who Stole Christmas]]".]]
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Phil and Lil have a comparatively minor role in the ''All Grown Up!'' holiday episode, "[[The Finster Who Stole Christmas]]". During the episode, they are shown helping to decorate the Java Lava for Christmas. Eventually, they find out that [[Chuckie Finster|Chuckie]] mistakenly stole the Hillicki family's Christmas tree, and they, along with Tommy and Dil, help Chuckie secretly return the tree to the Hillickis on [[Christmas Eve]].
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===Other Christmas productions===
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Phil and Lil also made a few appearances in the ''[[Merry Nickmas (shorts)|Merry Nickmas]]'' interstitial shorts. They, along with the other Rugrats, appear in "[[Merry Nickmas (shorts)#A Chuckie Finster Christmas, Channukah, Kwaanza, Winter Solstice|A Chuckie Finster Christmas, Channukah, Kwaanza, Winter Solstice]]"; there, they are shown playing a cello like [[Pig-Pen]] in ''[[A Charlie Brown Christmas]]''. Also, in "[[Merry Nickmas (shorts)#How the You-Know-Who Stole You-Know-What!|How the You-Know-Who Stole You-Know-What!]]", Angelica is shown stealing chocolate worms from them.
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==External links==
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*[[w:c:rugrats:Phil DeVille|Rugrats Wiki: Phil]] and [[w:c:rugrats:Lil DeVille|Lil DeVille]]
   
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Latest revision as of 00:02, February 18, 2020

Phillip "Phil" and Lillian Marie Jill "Lil" DeVille are a pair of twins from the Nickelodeon animated series Rugrats and its spin-off All Grown Up! Frequently joining Tommy Pickles on his adventures, Phil and Lil were near-identical in both appearance and personality in the original series, to the point that even their parents had a tendency to mistake one for the other. They were often seen eating bugs and worms, and like all brothers and sisters, frequently get into pretty cranky arguments, in which they often address each other by their full first names. In All Grown Up! (which takes place approximately ten years after the events of Rugrats), the twins evolved into two distinctly different characters; while Phil still enjoys repulsive objects, Lil has taken an interest in sports, particularly soccer.

Appearances in Christmas specialsEdit

RugratsEdit

Phil and Lil Gift of the Magi

Phil and Lil exchanging gifts at the end of "The Santa Experience".

In the first Rugrats Christmas episode, "The Santa Experience", Phil and Lil have a subplot inspired by The Gift of the Magi, in which both of them are trying to find a good gift for the other. Angelica offers to give Phil a box of crayons in exchange for his Reptar doll, so he can give the crayons to Lil as her Christmas gift. Lil then gives her coloring book to Angelica so that she can have a Reptar space helmet to give to Phil for Christmas. Angelica soon realizes, though, that she will likely be punished with coal from Santa as a result of this, and throughout the second half of the episode, Angelica tries to return Phil's Reptar doll and Lil's coloring book. In the end, Angelica finally does succeed in giving Phil and Lil their things back.

In the series' second Christmas episode, "Let It Snow", Phil, Lil and their friends mistakenly think that it is Christmas but believe that Santa Claus is not bringing any gifts because it is not snowing, so they try to make it snow.

In the series' third Christmas episode, "Babies in Toyland", Phil and Lil, along with the other Rugrats and their families, take a trip to the Christmasland park (designed by Tommy and Dil's dad). After Angelica ends up causing the man hired to play Santa to quit, Phil, Lil, and the other Rugrats venture across the park, believing that Santa left his presents for them at his workshop. When the Rugrats get caught in The Nutcracker animatronic show, Phil and Lil grab a shoe and a ribbon from a cardboard ballerina; they later present the shoe and the ribbon as a present to Baby Jesus in the Nativity display. Later, Angelica, having had a change of heart, presents Phil and Lil with a new pair of shoes and a magic princess wand, respectively.

All Grown Up!Edit

Phil and Lil in AGU

Phil and Lil as preteens in "The Finster Who Stole Christmas".

Phil and Lil have a comparatively minor role in the All Grown Up! holiday episode, "The Finster Who Stole Christmas". During the episode, they are shown helping to decorate the Java Lava for Christmas. Eventually, they find out that Chuckie mistakenly stole the Hillicki family's Christmas tree, and they, along with Tommy and Dil, help Chuckie secretly return the tree to the Hillickis on Christmas Eve.

Other Christmas productionsEdit

Phil and Lil also made a few appearances in the Merry Nickmas interstitial shorts. They, along with the other Rugrats, appear in "A Chuckie Finster Christmas, Channukah, Kwaanza, Winter Solstice"; there, they are shown playing a cello like Pig-Pen in A Charlie Brown Christmas. Also, in "How the You-Know-Who Stole You-Know-What!", Angelica is shown stealing chocolate worms from them.

External linksEdit

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