All Grown Up

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  • 2003
  • 5 Seasons
  • 5.5  (5,779)

All Grown Up is an animated television series created by Arlene Klasky and Gábor Csupó for Nickelodeon. The show is a spin-off of the popular animated series Rugrats, and it follows the lives of the Rugrats characters as they transition from childhood to adolescence.

The show premiered on April 12, 2003, and it ran for five seasons until its final episode on August 17, 2008. All Grown Up featured an ensemble cast of voice actors including Joe Alaskey as Grandpa Lou Pickles, Pat Musick as Betty DeVille, Tress MacNeille as Charlotte Pickles, Melanie Chartoff as Didi Pickles, Ann Magnuson as Aunt Miriam, Dionne Quan as Kimi Finster, Cheryl Chase as Angelica Pickles, Cree Summer as Susie Carmichael, Kath Soucie as Phil and Lil DeVille, Nancy Cartwright as Chuckie Finster, Tara Strong as Dil Pickles, E.G. Daily as Tommy Pickles, Clancy Brown as Mr. Little, Jack Riley as Stu Pickles, Jeremy Piven as Ari Gold, Laraine Newman as Mrs. Guppy and Amanda Bynes as Vicky.

All Grown Up follows the lives of the Rugrats characters as they enter junior high school and deal with the challenges of adolescence. The show explores themes such as friendship, family, self-discovery, and growing up. Each episode is centered around a specific character or group of characters as they navigate their way through the ups and downs of teenage life.

The show's main characters include Tommy Pickles, Chuckie Finster, Angelica Pickles, Phil and Lil DeVille, Susie Carmichael, and Kimi Finster. Tommy is a natural leader and the voice of reason among his friends, while Chuckie is more cautious and often nervous. Angelica, the bossy older cousin of the Rugrats, is still the same conniving character but is now trying to navigate her way through the tricky world of middle school. Phil and Lil are still inseparable, but now they are starting to develop their own unique interests, and Susie and Kimi are both new to the group, having moved to town in the previous Rugrats series.

All Grown Up also features the parents of the Rugrats characters, who are now dealing with their own challenges as they watch their children grow up. Didi and Stu Pickles, the parents of Tommy and Dil, are still trying to figure out their roles as parents, while Betty and Howard DeVille, the parents of Phil and Lil, are dealing with the challenges of running a business and raising twin teenagers. Charlotte Pickles, the powerful executive mother of Angelica, is still juggling her work life with her family life, and Chas Finster, the single father of Chuckie, is still struggling to find his place in the world after the death of his wife.

The show's animation style is similar to the previous Rugrats series, but with some updates to reflect the characters' more mature personalities and the new setting of junior high school. The show's humor is also more grown-up, with jokes and references that will resonate more with older viewers. However, the show still maintains its original charm and heart, with themes of love, friendship, and family woven throughout each episode.

Overall, All Grown Up is a fun and heartwarming spin-off of the beloved Rugrats series. It offers an entertaining and relatable look at the challenges of growing up, and it is sure to be enjoyed by both longtime fans of the Rugrats and new viewers alike.

All Grown Up is a series that is currently running and has 5 seasons (63 episodes). The series first aired on April 12, 2003.

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Golden Boy
10. Golden Boy
November 22, 2007
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.
Brothers Grimm
9. Brothers Grimm
August 10, 2008
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.
Bad Blood
8. Bad Blood
August 11, 2008
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.
Petition This
7. Petition This
November 29, 2007
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.
All Broke Up
6. All Broke Up
November 28, 2007
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.
What's Love Got to Do With It?
5. What's Love Got to Do With It?
November 27, 2007
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. Fisk.
4. TP + KF
November 26, 2007
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. + K.P." in the heart. Everyone immediately questions Tommy who claims he doesn't know anything about the heart. Chuckie believes Tommy at first but becomes suspicious of him.
Bad Blood
3. Bad Blood
August 3, 2008
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. While, sneaking downstairs Grandpa Boris comes over and starts fighting with Grandpa Lou. So the boys decide to try to make both of them fall asleep before Dil has to return it to the 11th grader that gave the tape too him.
Brothers Grimm
2. Brothers Grimm
August 10, 2008
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.
Petition This
1. Petition This
November 30, 2007
Kimi and Susie start a petition to ban cell phones in school. When Angelica finds out she starts her own petition to allow them. However when no one will sign her petition because she was mean to them she makes Chuckie help her so they will sign it.
Where to Watch All Grown Up
All Grown Up is available for streaming on the Nickelodeon website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch All Grown Up on demand at Paramount+, Amazon Prime, Amazon and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    April 12, 2003
  • IMDB Rating
    5.5  (5,779)