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Golden Boy
Tommy breaks his plans to go the Big Ball Game with Grandpa, so Grandpa decides to take Dil instead. Upon seeing how well Dil and Grandpa are getting along, Tommy worries that he is being replaced as favorite grandson.

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Brothers Grimm
Sick of her family acting like zombies, Didi decides to get rid of all the TVs in their house. Tommy and Dil are distraught over this; as are their friends when their parents also decide to get rid of their televisions.

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Bad Blood
Dil has gotten a hold of a one of kind, reportedly real alien autopsy tape. He and the gang can't wait to watch it, but their plans are impinged upon when both Grandpa Lou and Grandpa Boris decide to baby-sit them.

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Petition This
Fed up with the annoyance that cell phones cause at school, Kimi decides to start a petition to ban cell phones. Angelica, an avid cell phone lover, decides to start her own counter petition, but no one will sign it because no one likes Angelica.

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All Broke Up
Tommy and Rachel break up because Rachel's family is moving away. Surprisingly, Tommy feels okay. His friends, however, are convinced that Tommy is in denial and they go over board trying to help Tommy cope with his grief.

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What's Love Got to Do With It?
Angelica has always talked her way up from bad grades with her powers of persuasion. But her usual methods are thwarted by the dreamy new substitute, Mr.

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The rats are up in the Finster attic searching for Halloween costumes when they discover a carving of a heart and the initials "T.P.

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Bad Blood
Dil receives an alien autopsy from a 11th grader and makes plans to watch it with Tommy, while his parents are at an Invention Convention. But when Didi tells them that Grandpa Lou is going to babysit them, they decide to make plans to watch it in the basement, by making Grandpa Lou fall asleep.

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Brothers Grimm
Didi stops Tommy and Stu from watching television because they have become obsessed with it, and she tels Betty and Chaz to do the same. So with the gang televison -less they decide to find another way to entertain themselves.

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Petition This
Kimi and Susie start a petition to ban cell phones in school. When Angelica finds out she starts her own petition to allow them.

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All Grown Up is an American animated television series from the famed children's television network, Nickelodeon, which ran from 2003 to 2008. The show represents a time leap from Rugrats, another popular animated series from Nickelodeon, as it presents the characters from Rugrats reimagined into their preteen years. Though the show maintains ties to its predecessor, it introduces new, more mature themes and plotlines that acknowledge the characters' growth and evolution. All Grown Up expands around the fascinating concept of getting a glimpse of what the Rugrats would be like in their adolescence. From life as babies and toddlers in Rugrats, we now find these characters negotiating the turbulent yet exciting phase of pre-adolescence in All Grown Up. The original main characters - Tommy Pickles, Chuckie Finster, Phil and Lil DeVille, Angelica Pickles, Kimi Watanabe-Finster, Dil Pickles, and Susie Carmichael - all return, but this time with more complex personalities and multi-layered character arcs. Tommy, initially the brave de facto leader in diapers in Rugrats, matures into an aspiring filmmaker in All Grown Up, tackling the issues faced by a typical 11-year-old. Chuckie, the scaredy-cat best friend, still maintains his nervous demeanor but also tries to deal with mundane preteenage problems. Phil and Lil DeVille, the identical twins known for their gross-out humor, have developed distinct personas, with Lil being the more feminine, popular tween whereas Phil is the gross-out boy that no one understands. The infamous Angelica, who was a bossy toddler earlier, has now turned into a teenage diva who is obsessed with popularity and appearances while battling her own insecurities. Kimi, the youngest member in Rugrats, shows a charming mix of Japanese and American cultures, handling the tribulations of middle school life with a strong and positive vibe. Dil, Tommy's eccentric and imaginative younger brother, has developed profound insights about the universe, making for an intriguing oddball character. Susie, who is older than the rest of the Rugrats gang, has a talent for singing and aspires to be a professional performer, while also dealing with pressures and crises typical of adolescence. The show does an excellent job of transitioning these once infant characters into preadolescent individuals, making their transition to adolescence feel realistic and relatable. Nostalgia is a significant part of the All Grown Up's appeal. It enables audiences who saw Rugrats as kids to grow up with the characters, connecting them to the characters even more deeply. The context of the show being set in a school allows for a plethora of situations that real-life tweens experience. It addresses the normal struggles of growth, such as changing friendships, first crushes, homework burdens, sibling rivalries, peer pressure, esteem issues, school dances, and sports competitions. It does not shy away from exploring the provoking challenges of maturity, such as the struggle for independence, the desire to fit in, the turbulence of puberty, and navigation of new responsibilities. All Grown Up also makes an effort to reflect a more modern and diverse society. Diversity can be seen in the various ethnic backgrounds of the characters and also cultural references throughout the show, presenting an inclusive and cosmopolitan perception of a pre-teen's world. In addition to using slapstick humor and original characters' charm, the show also leans heavily on emotional storytelling to deliver memorable and impactful episodes. Through this combination, All Grown Up provides entertainment with an undertone of valuable lessons about life, friendship, family, and growing up, making it engaging for both children and adults to watch. The animation style of All Grown Up matches the mature tone of the series, offering more detailed and realistic character designs than its predecessor, Rugrats. The show maintains specific features that distinguish each character, preserving their individuality and uniqueness. The blend of familiar and fresh in the character designs, storylines, and themes helps the series resonate with audiences, both new and old, while maintaining an appealing continuity with Rugrats. In a nutshell, All Grown Up serves as a nostalgic bridge for Rugrats fans into the difficult but captivating years of adolescence while offering witty humor, sentimental connections, dynamic character arcs, and wholesome storytelling for a whole new generation of viewers who didn’t grow up with the Rugrats. It's a humorous, touching, and relatable exploration of the fascinating journey from childhood to adolescence.

All Grown Up is a series categorized as a canceled. Spanning 5 seasons with a total of 63 episodes, the show debuted on 2003. The series has earned a moderate reviews from both critics and viewers. The IMDb score stands at 5.5.

Joe Alaskey, Pat Musick, Tress MacNeille, Melanie Chartoff, Ann Magnuson, Dionne Quan, Cheryl Chase, Cree Summer, Kath Soucie, Nancy Cartwright, Tara Strong, E.G. Daily, Clancy Brown, Jack Riley, Jeremy Piven, Laraine Newman, Amanda Bynes
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