List of All Grown Up! episodes

The following is a list of episodes from the Nickelodeon TV show, All Grown Up! In the United States, the first episode aired on April 12, 2003 and the final episode aired on August 17, 2008.

NOTE: These episodes are listed in production order, rather than airdate order.

Pilot: 2001

# Episode Original Airdate (USA) Short Summary
0. Rugrats: All Growed Up August 11, 2001 Angelica's karaoke machine was now a time machine by Tommy and the gang making them ten years, where they attend a concert.

Season 1: 2003–2004

# Episode Original Airdate (USA) Short Summary
1. Susie Sings the Blues April 19, 2003 When a talent agent approaches Susie after hearing her sing, Susie becomes optimistic. The agent then cons her into giving her $1,000. Chuckie wants to be more daring. So he and Tommy start pranking vice-principle Pangborn.
2. Coup DeVille April 12, 2003 Lil moves out of the bedroom she shared with Phil since they were babies, and gets invited to a 'cool kids' party without Phil. Chuckie tries to avoid the President's fitness test.
3. Chuckie's in Love December 6, 2003 Chuckie poses as a cool boy named Chongo to impress Nicole, the girl he has a crush on. Angelica challenges the school chef Pepe's weird food.
4. Bad Kimi July 19, 2003 When Kimi is drawn to the new bad boy at school named Z, Chuckie and the guys believe that they steal things and try to get information on Z to figure out what they're going to do. Meanwhile, Angelica needs Harold's help giving out advice on her website, Ask Angelica.
5. Truth or Consequences November 29, 2003 Budding filmmaker Tommy has some footage of his friends and family that he wants to enter in the student film contest, but the film is of embarrassing moments of his friends after discovering them during filming of his initial film about outer space. Dil and Pangborn have a talk. Meanwhile Betty finds out Mercury is in reverse.
6. Thief Encounter December 6, 2003 There is a thief who has been stealing things from gardens, so Betty DeVille sets up a neighborhood watch to catch the thief. Angelica becomes a mentor to a toddler with a similar personality to herself at that age.
7. River Rats December 13, 2003 Betty and Chas take Tommy, Chuckie, and Phil white-water rafting. Tommy has a fear of water, but he confronts his fear when he saves Phil.
8. It's Cupid, Stupid February 14, 2004 There is a Valentine's Day dance. Chuckie is planning to ask Nicole to the dance, Angelica is scheming to get the boy of her dreams, Sean Butler, into asking her, Kimi, Z and Susie are planning to go as a group and Romeo special guest stars as Lil "Q", a hacky sacker whose attempts to get Chuckie and Nicole together result in Nicole falling in love with Tommy and Sean and Z falling in love with Susie. Friendships between Tommy and Chuckie and Susie and Kimi deteriorate because of this. And Angelica is becoming jealous of Susie "stealing" Sean from her.
9. The Old & the Restless January 24, 2004 Grandpa Lou chaperons Tommy's class on a field trip to the Human Body Museum. Dil has to go to hospital with a burping disorder.
10. Tweenage Tycoons September 13, 2003 To earn money to buy concert tickets for the Sulky Boys, the gang sell products based on Dil's ideas. But, they end up in competition with Angelica.
11. Tommy Foolery March 27, 2004 The kids prank Dil into thinking aliens have contacted him and they are speaking to him through Tommy. Angelica schemes to be paired with Sean at the Spring Fling school dance.
12. Lucky 13 August 28, 2004 Angelica is turning 13 and having a big bash to celebrate. But she does not want any 'dweebs' there, and that includes her pre-teen cousins and Rugrats pals. But, her party and Savannah's big bash collide on the same day, so who will the kids go to? Dil is obsessed with porpoise.
13. Brother, Can You Spare the Time January 17, 2004 When Tommy wins an award for a short film, Dil worries that Tommy will forget about him when he becomes famous. Chuckie tries to learn the art of lying.
14. Interview With a Campfire (Part One) June 26, 2004 Camp Everwood seems like the perfect opportunity for Tommy's horror movie to take flight, especially when they learn the curse of Camp Everwood.
15. Interview With a Campfire (Part Two) June 26, 2004 When people start to go missing, Tommy and the gang go into the woods to figure out just what happened on that same soil, over 100 years ago.

Season 2: 2004–2005

From this season and on, the show has different looks/styles of the kids, the places and other things. Lil, Kimi, Angelica, Phil, and Susie have new hair styles. Tommy, Dil, and Chuckie have new clothes, but same hair styles.

# Episode Original Airdate (USA) Short Summary
16. Bad Aptitude June 4, 2004 The kids take an aptitude test to get a clue as to what they want to be when they grow up. Tommy wants to give up film making and wants to become a business man. Chuckie's a dare devil. Lil's a wedding planner. Phil's a male model. Dil's a public speaker. Kimi's a film critic.
17. Fools Rush In June 5, 2004 An older girl, Francine, publicly humiliates Tommy because of a previous humiliation in the past. Angelica tries to increase her website's popularity with embarrassing and humiliating pictures of people.
18. Memoirs of a Finster June 12, 2004 Kimi takes pride in her Japanese heritage, and drags the Finster family into a charade for the schools culture festival. Tommy meets a new kid (Trevor) who behaves a lot like him.
19. Miss Nose it All June 17, 2004 Angelica has been invited to one of Savannah's parties, and must find a dress that has not already been worn and trips and breaks her nose while working at the hospital. Then, she fakes a dilemma. Tommy and the gang try to make a tranquility garden.
20. Runaround Susie July 17, 2004 Susie is forced to choose between singing at the TV Talent Show, and leading her language team to victory in the language bowl, which is held on the same day. Lil makes Phil pose as her to tell a nerdy boy, Geoffrey, that she doesn't like him.
21. Saving Cynthia October 2, 2004 Angelica gets a new design for her room. Charlotte accidentally misunderstood her when she said, "All the toys." Now that Angelica realizes that she misses Cynthia, she goes out to find her. After getting in trouble, Tommy and Chuckie have to water Pangborn's plant, but end up destroying his PDA.
22. Izzy or Isn't He? November 27, 2004 When Chuckie runs for School Safety Commissioner, Dil has an imaginary alien friend, Izzy. Izzy then runs for Safety Commissioner too. After Izzy becomes more popular than Chuckie, Chuckie relies on his friends to help him win.
23. The Science Pair November 6, 2004 Stu becomes a little too helpful when he helps Tommy with his science fair project.
24. Project Chuckie January 15, 2005 Angelica tries to help Chuckie become more popular for a school project, but it backfires when he takes her advice, and he becomes more popular than her.
25. Fear of Falling February 12, 2005 On a trip to a mountain resort, Tommy develops his first crush on a girl named Olivia, another guest at the lodge. Chuckie becomes a third wheel, and feels alienated when Tommy prefers spending time with Olivia to helping him overcome his fear of heights. And Tommy and Olivia share a kiss.

Season 3: 2005

# Episode Original Airdate (USA) Short Summary
26. Dude, Where's My Horse? (Part One) July 16, 2005 As babies, the Rugrats used to dream about being cowboys, and they get to live out their dream.
27. Dude, Where's My Horse? (Part Two) July 16, 2005 When the gang is invited to spend a week at a dude ranch, Tommy and his friends try to adapt to country life.
28. Blind Man's Bluff April 11, 2005 When Susie gets a gig singing at Slosh Mountain, "the world's coolest water park", she gives free tickets to all the Rugrats. The kids are thrilled, not so much about the show, but about getting the chance to go on the mother of all rides, Whiplash Gorge. Unfortunately, Tommy and Dil soon learn they have to baby-sit Grandpa Boris after cataract surgery the exact same day. Dil convinces Tommy to take grandpa Boris with them to Slosh Mountain, but they lose him.
29. Yu-Gotta-Go April 12, 2005 The whole school has caught Yu-Gotta-Go (an obvious parody of Yu-Gi-Oh!) fever, a role playing card game, except Chuckie. When he finally starts playing, it becomes an obsession, and he's hired by Angelica to do her chores in exchange for more cards, and he becomes overwhelmed by the hope of finding a rare card called "The Red Mirror Dragon" (another parody of Red Eyes Black Dragon a card in the game).
30. Curse of Reptar April 13, 2005 After Stu sells an invention, he tells the kids that he's planning to buy them a swimming pool in the backyard. While digging up the yard, the construction crew unearths the Rugrats' old mechanical Reptar toy. The kids fondly remember it (all of them except Dil), but decide to throw it away, until, during an electrical storm, they become convinced that they've angered Reptar. They ultimately decide to rescue the toy, and realize that, although they're growing up, they can't forget their past.
31. It's Karma, Dude! April 14, 2005 When there is a talent show coming, Angelica signs up, Tommy tells her to let Susie know, but she doesn't. Angelica's face breaks out in zits and comes to Dil's advice. Dil tells her to do good deeds, but the zits get bigger and she ends out letting Susie sing in the talent show instead.
32. The Big Score April 15, 2005 It's soccer season, and as per usual, Phil has soccer-on-the-brain. But when Lil casually joins the team, she surprises everyone, including herself, by instantly becoming a super star. Dil becomes the new mascot.
33. Rats Race June 21, 2005 Tommy and the gang decide to put together a boxcar to compete in the upcoming derby against Angelica.
34. The Finster Who Stole Christmas December 7, 2005 As the holiday season approaches, Chuckie is dreading another forgettable Christmas. In order to liven things up, he mistakenly steals a great tree (to replace the lame one his dad has picked out). When he discovers that the whole community is after the thief, he hatches a plan to rectify the situation. Tommy and Dil write a Chanukah song.
35. Wouldn't it Be Nice? June 24, 2005 Susie thinks that Angelica doesn't think much about the future. While Angelica worries about getting a navel piercing, Susie tries to get a scholarship to a good college, while Tommy and the gang skips school to get Lil's autograph from her favorite soccer player.

Season 4: 2005–2007

Nickelodeon aired a new episode of All Grown Up! each weekday morning from November 12, 2007 to November 30, 2007, minus Thanksgiving day (November 22). These episodes make up most of seasons 4 and 5.

# Episode Original Airdate (USA) Short Summary
36. Separate But Equal November 12, 2007 As Phil and Lil's birthday nears, the twins realize that they are more different than they think. Phil is getting to like girls, and Lil is wearing a training bra. Realizing this, they decide to have separate parties for the boys and the girls as they try to out-prank each other. Meanwhile, Dil is worried that he might turn into a vampire after getting bit by a vampire bat.
37. Ladies Man November 13, 2007 Susie trains Harold to help him get a date with Angelica. He soon becomes the most wanted boy in school. Meanwhile, Dil tries to play Cupid himself as he helps Vice-Principal Pangborn woo Miss O'Keats.
38. Rachel, Rachel November 25, 2006 Despite his objections, Didi forces Tommy to attend Hebrew school to prepare for his bar mitzvah. While there, he meets Rachel, who is there studying for her bat mitzvah, and Tommy is instantly smitten. In a series of flashbacks, we learn that Tommy's affection for Rachel parallels the courtship of Boris and Minka.

First Appearance By: Rachel

39. Lost at Sea November 14, 2007 Angelica falls for Darryl, but she gets gets too nervous to talk to him whenever he's around. Her mom loses her CEO job and decides to become a full-time mom. Then, they get stranded together on a sail boat on the same day as Darryl's rock concert. Meanwhile, Tommy decided to invite Rachel for dinner with his family, he was afraid it will go wrong and she will dislike his family.
40. O Bro, Where Art Thou? November 15, 2007 Tommy is getting annoyed by Dil's eccentric behavior, and he wants more space. When the gang visits the Cirque Extravaganza Day Camp, Dil meets a whole group of kids who are just as eccentric as he is who invite him to join their troupe permanently.
41. Rat Traps November 16, 2007 When the gang sneaks into a PG-13 movie at the mall "Labyrinth Guy"(A Parody of the Video Game The Matrix: Path of Neo), Angelica catches them, and she has excellent blackmail fodder. The mall then closes with them locked inside with two robbers. Chuckie saves the day.
42. In the Family's Way November 19, 2007 After Charlotte has dinner with the Carmichaels, she decides that Angelica could use a bit more discipline, so she has her staying with Susie's family for a week. Tommy then bets the gang that the spoiled princess can handle all the Carmichael family rules for seven days.
43. R.V. Having Fun Yet? (Part One) October 10, 2005 Susie gets chosen to sing at a giant parade in New York City. The gang opts to travel to New York cross country—by R.V.
44. R.V. Having Fun Yet? (Part Two) October 10, 2005 After some unfortunate events happen after time on the road, the kids begin to crack.
45. A DeVille House Divided November 20, 2007 Phil falls in love with the captain of the school soccer team. Meanwhile, Vice-Principal Pangborn asks Dil, Tommy, and Chuckie to hang around with his nephew, who turns out to be irritating and annoying.

Season 5: 2007–2008

# Episode Original Airdate Short Summary
46. Susie Goes Bad Lite November 21, 2007 Tired of being considered a "goody-goody" by the popular kids, Susie tires desperately to prove that she can be a bad girl. Meanwhile, Phil discovers that he has a talent for cooking.
47. Trading Places November 23, 2007 When Chuckie discovers that Kimi is upset, he gets the gang to help him redesign her room. It is then discovered that she is homesick for Japan and her biological father.
48. TP+KF November 26, 2007 When the gang looks for Halloween costumes in the Finster's basement, they find TP+KF carved on the wall. Chuckie believes that Tommy has a crush on Kimi. Dil goes trick-or-treating the day before in order to beat the rush. The argument between Tommy and Chuckie escalates to where their friendship falls apart. The gang tries to bring the two back together. Chas has a new security system to scare away anyone who might want to teepee his house.
49. Super Hero Worship November 27, 2007 When the comic book starring Chuckie's favourite superhero gets cancelled (Armadillo Dave), he is too depressed to help Tommy with his science fair project. Tommy has to buy a rat for his project, but the last rat available is a mean one. It scares everybody. Tommy made a simple one lane track for his rat, but needs Chuckie so he can get a good grade on it since Chuckie has done it before. The gang tries to find Chuckie a new hero to worship.
50. What's Love Got to Do With It? November 28, 2007 Angelica's teacher is having a baby so she brings in a hot handsome sub teacher that Angelica falls in love with. She tries to "date" him by failing her assignments. Meanwhile, Tommy, Phil, and Chuckie are part of the tennis club run by Pangborn. Chuckie is trying to avoid showering at the boys' locker room, but when he takes the chance, he realizes he has nothing to worry about.

Last Appearance By: Harold Frumkin, Principal Pangborn

51. All Broke Up November 29, 2007 Rachel is moving away and Tommy is cool with it, but his friends think otherwise, they think he's in denial so Dil tells Tommy to go along with the plan so his friends will leave him alone. Also, after losing her job, Aunt Charlotte tries to get on track, with Dil's creative game of "Impatience".

Last Appearance By: Rachel, Charlotte Pickles

52. Petition This! November 30, 2007 Kimi leads a petition drive to ban cell phones in school. Angelica hoodwinks Chuckie into helping her keep cell phones in school in her petition drive. Kimi gets busted for wanting a cell phone for Christmas.

Last Appearance By: Angelica Pickles, Susie Carmichael and Kira Finster

53. Bad Blood August 3, 2008 When Tommy Pickle makes a promise to his mom. Tommy does something that will break that promise.

With Stu and Didi away at an Invention Convention, Tommy and Dil want to host a viewing party for a "real" alien autopsy video. But when both Grandpa Lou and Grandpa Boris show up to babysit the kids, they start to have a feud. This gets even more difficult when Phil, Lil, Chuckie, and 10 other kids come see it. Finally, Tommy leaves the school after an encounter with the nurse.

Last Appearance By: Grandpa Boris

54. Brothers Grimm August 10, 2008 When the gang's parents feel that they are spending too much time watching TV, they ban it from the house. So in order to get their televisions back, they gotta do something dare-devilish. But they soon learn that TV isn't everything. When they make a tree house with a zip-line in the backyard, while creating the plan to get TV back.

Last Appearance By: Betty DeVille, Chas Finster, Kimi Finster, Chuckie Finster, Phil and Lil DeVille and Howard DeVille

55. Golden Boy August 17, 2008 When Tommy forgoes going to the traditional opening day ball game outing with his Grandpa, Lou takes Dil instead. This makes Tommy jealous as he and Dil compete to be Grandpa's favourite grandson during a fishing trip. Meanwhile, Drew and Stu want to get rid of Lou's car because its so old and seems to be worthless, but they soon learned the car belonged to Elvis and was very valuable.

Last Appearance By: Tommy Pickles, Dil Pickles, Didi Pickles, Stu Pickles, Drew Pickles and Grandpa Lou

Broadcast history

Every episode of All Grown Up! was shown in the United Kingdom, Australia and Latin America by 2006. However, it was 2008 before every episode was shown in the United States.

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