List of All Grown Up! episodes

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The following is a list of episodes of All Grown Up!, an American television series that ran on Nickelodeon from April 12, 2003 to August 17, 2008.

Series overview[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired
Season premiere Season finale
Pilot 1 July 21, 2001 (2001-07-21)
1 15 April 12, 2003 (2003-04-12) June 26, 2004 (2004-06-26)
2 10 June 4, 2004 (2004-06-04) January 15, 2005 (2005-01-15)
3 10 February 12, 2005 (2005-02-12) July 16, 2005 (2005-07-16)
4 10 October 10, 2005 (2005-10-10) November 20, 2007 (2007-11-20)
5 10 November 21, 2007 (2007-11-21) August 17, 2008 (2008-08-17)


Pilot movie: 2001[edit]

No. in
Title Original air date
1/2 "All Growed Up" July 21, 2001

Season 1: 2003–04[edit]

No. in
Title Directed by Written by Original air date
1 "Coup Deville" Michael Dædalus Kenny Joe Purdy April 12, 2003

Lil is invited to a party with all of the popular kids from school, provided her brother does not come with her, as the kids believe he is "socially inept" and "hygienically challenged". Lil begins to pull away from Phil, even though he tries to remain close to her. When Phil and Lil are partnered together for a science project, Lil freaks out and angrily reminds everyone that she and Phil are separate individuals and not a single person, and embarrasses Phil. When their parents, Betty and Howard, arrive home excited for their family vacation trip to 'Nick and Dick's Twin Canyon Resort' Lil refuses to go. Knowing how unhappy Lil became, Betty allows Lil to move into their family's office/workout room to give her a space of her own. However, Phil struggles to deal with the changes and misses having Lil in his life, despite Dil's attempts to become Phil's new twin. When Lil goes to her party, her new friends begin to make fun of Phil, which makes Lil upset and then realise how close to her brother she really is and she leaves the party after telling off the popular kids. In the end, Lil made up with Phil and agree to go to 'Twin's Canyon' together.

Meanwhile, Chuckie struggles to complete the 'President Fitness Test' and resents the embarrassment of gym class. The next day, Chuckie refuses to attend gym class (by pretending to be sick) to take a stand against the 'Presidential Fitness Test', despite Tommy's objections. The day after that Chuckie hides out in the boy's bathroom, but breaks one of the pipes in an attempt to see out the window. The bathroom becomes flooded but Chuckie is able to hold the pipes together for over an hour, which impresses Pangborn, however, he still expects Chuckie to take the test in a few days.
2 "Susie Sings the Blues" Jim Duffy Sheila M. Anthony April 19, 2003

After meeting a woman from a talent agency, Susie begins to believe that she has the talent needed to become an international pop star. The woman tells Susie that she has many prospective clients ready to meet her, provided she pays $1,000. Unable to come up with the money on her own or ask her parents for it, she turns to her older sister, Alisa, who has been saving up for a house. Alisa agrees to give her the money, however, when Susie arrives at the building she was told to meet at, she discovers it is deserted. Completely devastated, Susie goes home and tells her sister about the lost money. Alisa is understanding, but angry that Susie put her life at risk. Despite her setback, Susie goes onstage at Chas and Betty's cafe, the Java Lava, for a talent night and is a huge success.

Meanwhile, after seeing a group of students getting punished for a school prank Chuckie decides that he is tired of playing it safe and decides to reinvent himself as Chuck - a boy who is not afraid of taking risks. With the reluctant help of Tommy, Chuckie superglues all of the basketball team's sneakers to the bathroom ceiling but does not get caught for the prank. So Chuckie and Tommy rig the soda and ice cream machines to explode all over Vice Principal Pangborn and replace his diploma with a photocopy of Chuckie's butt. When they go to his office, the boys discover that Pangborn is a closet poet and inadvertently encourage him to read some of his works at the Java Lava. Inspired by Chuckie's daringness, Pangborn only tells the boys to clean up their mess, much to Chuckie's disappointment.
3 "Bad Kimi" Ron Noble Scott Gray & Monica Piper (story)
Scott Gray (teleplay)
July 19, 2003

In Science class, while building grapefruit batteries, the school bad-boy, Z, explodes his grapefruit causing bits to become lodged in Chuckie's nose. When Chuckie has to go to the nurse, the teacher, Mr. Beaker, partners Kimi with Z for the experiment. Kimi hits it off with Z, whom she admires for being an individual. Chuckie, however, is horrified at the thought of Kimi hanging around with a "bad-boy", however the rest of the gang encourage him not to judge a book by its cover. Chuckie is not convinced and encourages them to help him spy on Z. When they look in his locker, they find it full of electronics, which Chuckie believes to be stolen. Chuckie later skips class and follows Z to the arcade and records him telling a sketchy guy to meet him at the alley behind the warehouse on 10th. When Chuckie learns that Kimi plans on meeting Z that night, he lets her listen to the tape of Z's mysterious plans. Kimi pretends to be heartbroken and goes into the bathroom, but sneaks out the window to meet him. When Chuckie and the boys arrive in the alley, Chuckie catches Z and Kimi entering a truck with a lot of merchandise. Scared for his sister, Chuckie swerves his bike in front of the truck causing it to stop. When he confronts Z he finds out that the merchandise is for charity to help raise money for inner-city schools and that the sketchy man is Z's dad. Kimi is angry and says she will never forgive Chuckie, but Z encourages her to cut her friends and brother some slack since they only did what they did because they cared about her.

Meanwhile, Angelica wants to attend a new accessory store's opening at the mall, but she has her online advice chat at the same time. Reluctantly, she agrees to let her friend, Harold, take over her chat for the night. Harold realizes he enjoys helping people and is hurt when Angelica comes back the next day to resume her duties. Susie helps Harold set up his own advice column called "Hey Harold!" much to Angelica's disapproval. Although, when Harold gets his own column, he realises that he cannot take the pressure of trying to help everyone and tells Angelica she can have her own column back.
4 "Tweenage Tycoons" Ron Noble Scott Gray & Erin Ehrlich (story)
Scott Gray (teleplay)
September 13, 2003
To earn money to buy concert tickets for the Sulky Boys (JT, TJ, RJ, and JR), the gang sell products based on Dil's ideas. First Dil invents Belt-quariums (a belt with a fish inside), but this idea is soon stolen by Angelica, who is also trying to earn money for the Sulky Boys concert tickets herself and goes out of fashion because Vice Principal Pangborn was wearing one. Then Dil invents Shades with a View (glasses with changing scenery). With Angelica and Harold spying on them, they try to duplicate it in which Harold thought they were note glasses, much to Angelica's disappointment. Unfortunately, Dil's latest invention goes out of fashion when kids, who were wearing them, were bumping in to each other, one kid crashes his bike, and then a cheerleader accidentally hugs a chess clubber. So the gang gets Dil to come up with a new invention to which he invents Shillows (shoes with pillows). After Tommy telling them what they were, Angelica and Harold make copies of the shoes, but Harold calls them Poos (another mixture of pillows and shoes), but the school news paper writes a reports saying that Shillows are not cool anymore. The gang needs Dil to come up with a new invention so that they can get enough money for all of them to go to the concert, but he has a breakdown and cannot come up with anything so he decided to quit after a little pep talk from Vice Principal Pangborn. After the gang tried to come up with ideas themselves Nicole tells them that the Belt-quariums are back in and they manage to sell enough stuff to go to the concert. Angelica decides to stick one of the band members faces from the Sulky Boys (JT) on all of the things that she copied from Dil and gets enough money for the Sulky Boys concert as well. But became jealous when the rest of the gang was able to get a row ahead of her at the concert.
5 "Truth or Consequences" Michael Dædalus Kenny Tom Frykman & Cathy Ladman (story)
Erin Ehrlich (teleplay)
November 29, 2003

Tommy becomes excited when he learns about an upcoming film contest that is going to be judged by his favorite director, Martin Costomiris. His parents, Didi and Stu, encourage him to enter, but Tommy is unsure of what kind of movie he wants to make. Eventually he decides on a sci-fi thriller about aliens, starring his friends. However, he quickly becomes frustrated by his friends constant bickering and unprofessionalism. He realizes that filming his friends' secret conversations is more film worthy than his sci-fi thriller. When reviewing the footage, Dil tells Tommy he does not think that entering the footage about their friends' secrets would be a very good idea. Angelica comes over one day demanding to see the tape when Tommy is not home. When Angelica sees the tape and the humiliating footage Tommy shot, she calls over the whole gang to watch it, who except for Chuckie (who isn't that embarrassed) and Dil (who had tried to warn Tommy), are all outraged that Tommy would consider entering their private moments into the competition and demanded him to destroy the tape. When Tommy refuses, his friends stormed out and give Tommy the cold shoulder for the next couple of days. After an epiphany involving a poster of his favorite director, Tommy is inspired to cut a new version of the film. The film he enters for the competition, A Day before the Day of the Life of My Friends, features bloopers from his earlier attempt at making a movie and clips of the gang as babies, this time showing them in a more positive and proud light. Tommy did not win the competition but he got a picture of him with his favorite director and he got his friends back. Meanwhile, Vice Principal Pangborn wants to spend more time observing Dil's behaviour as he finds it either interesting or disturbing. However, his attempts to delve into Dil's mind using traditional methods are frustrating. Pangborn calls Stu and Didi into his office and tells them that he recommends Dil have some counselling. Didi is outraged that Pangborn would consider changing her son into a generic boy without any originality. She praises Dil for seeing the world differently and storms out, leaving Pangborn cowering behind a file shelf.

Meanwhile, Phil fails his math test and conspires with Lil to change his grade before his mother finds out. While changing the grade, he makes a comment to Lil about wondering what Dil would be like if they never dropped him on his head, which unbeknownst to them is shot by Tommy. Although he changes the grade back after watching the tape, the incident still manages to make it into the final cut of the film, embarrassing them greatly, while Dil is reassured by Didi that she thinks his personality is what makes him wonderful. After Phil and Lil, goaded by Betty, apologise to Didi about Dil, she assures them that it is most likely genetic. Pangborn also apologises to Dil, saying maybe being different isn't all that bad.
6 "Chuckie's in Love" Andrei Svislotski Peter Hunziker December 6, 2003

Chuckie has a crush on Nicole Boscerelli, but he is afraid to talk to her because she does not notice his existence. Desperate, he goes to Kimi for help on changing his image to get Nicole to notice him. She agrees with the condition that Chuckie takes her shift at the Java Lava so she can go to a concert with Lil. With the confidence he receives from his new disguise he develops an alter ego as foreign exchange student, Chongo, when he introduces himself to her. Tommy tells Chuckie he does not need to become a different person to impress Nicole and that Nicole does not really like Chuckie but the fictional Chongo. Chuckie is convinced that he can keep the charade going. One afternoon when working at the Java Lava Nicole comes in for a smoothie and spends time talking about Chongo to Chuckie and tells him that she appreciates his great listening skills. With his success in talking to her Chuckie decides to tell Nicole that he is really Chongo, but when he arrives, Nicole insists that Chongo meets her new friend Chuck… from the Java Lava. Chuckie tries to keep switching between Chongo and himself but is caught by Nicole who is angry at him for lying to her but still wants to be friends with him regardless.

Meanwhile, Angelica becomes a reporter on the school newspaper and decides to write a story about the weird school cafeteria food. Angelica's article is widely received by the students, causing them to avoid the school's cafeteria food. Pepe, the school's head chef, agrees to make normal food in exchange for a positive article about him in the school paper. Angelica agrees, but when Pepe attempts to make the food blindfolded he accidentally puts egg shells, dish soap, and other unusual items into the food. When the students taste it the next day, they agree the food is weird free and they eat it, until later when they are all sick. They all agree that the weird food never made them sick and kick Angelica off the school newspaper.
7 "Thief Encounter" Andrei Svislotski Erin Ehrlich December 6, 2003

There is a thief who has been stealing things from gardens, so Betty and Chas set up a neighbourhood watch to catch the thief. Tommy and the gang think that the thief is Dil after Tommy spots one of the Deville's two stolen gnomes in his bed, and finds Susie's bike in their garage the next day. Dil keeps denying that he is the thief, and then later finds the other gnome in Tommy's room. With the constant tossing of blame, Tommy holds a sleepover inviting Chuckie, Phil and Lil to stay over and help him catch Dil. As well as trying to catch Dil in the act Tommy, Phil and Lil are studying for the Standardised Test and are freaking out. Dil then finds out that the thief was Tommy, although Tommy appears oblivious to this fact. Dil then decides to return the stolen items, but is caught by Betty and Chas, who thinks that Dil is the thief, while he simultaneously denies it and defends an oblivious Tommy. At home, Didi and Stu threaten to forbid Dil from going on his field trip, but upon Tommy's intervention, reluctantly agree to cut him some slack for giving back the stolen items and ground him for a few days. Tommy soon wakes up in the middle of the night on top of a statue holding a garden flamingo and realises that he is in fact the real thief. He is arrested by the police, and he tells them that it was only because he was sleepwalking due to the amount of stress that he was under from studying for the Standardised Test. The two officers are sympathetic because the test has caused a lot of kids to go crazy, including them, and let him off the hook and explain to his parents what happened. Tommy then somehow manages to pass the test while asleep, and then surprises Dil by both having their parents unground him and let him go on the field trip and thanking him for defending him.

Meanwhile, Angelica becomes a mentor to a toddler with a similar personality to herself at that age. All this stresses Angelica, who upon Susie's advice, falsely threatens to spill out a supposedly bad secret the girl has kept unless she writes a good review.
8 "River Rats" Ron Noble Joe Purdy December 13, 2003
Betty and Chas take Tommy, Chuckie and Phil white-water rafting. It is discovered that Tommy is not the big brave hero that everyone thinks he is as he has aquaphobia, a fear of water. But he confronts his fear when he saves Phil from drowning.
9 "Brother, Can You Spare the Time?" Ron Noble Monica Piper January 17, 2004

Tommy wins the National Junior Director's Chair Award for his short film, Kaleidoscope Lunch. However, Dil is saddened by Tommy's success because he feels that he and Tommy are growing apart and that he will be forgotten when Tommy becomes famous. So he decides to spend as much time with Tommy as he possibly can, much to Tommy annoyance. Finally Tommy cracks and tells Dil that he is acting ridiculous and that nothing between them as brothers was going to change. Despite this, Dil cannot help but feel that he will eventually be forgotten, so he decides to begin preparing for a life without Tommy. He attempts to hang out with the other 4th grade kids, since he usually hangs out with Tommy and his friends, but they think that he's too strange. Tommy begins to get groupies, who obsessively follow him around. When he is in the back room of the Java Lava with Chuckie they see that Dil is a guest on the new hit show, 'What's Your Tragedy?' Tommy and Chuckie go to the studio and Tommy publicly apologizes for his behaviour. The conniving talk show host tries to convince Dil to dump Tommy and he almost does until Tommy drags him backstage to talk. Dil admits that he is ashamed of being different and that he fears losing Tommy being as Tommy is the only one who understands him. Tommy reminds Dil that it is the different people in the world that make the biggest difference in life. They leave the talk show and go to Tommy's surprise party at the Java Lava.

Meanwhile, the adults and the rest of the gang are planning a surprise party for Tommy to celebrate his win. This is hard for Chuckie who has a hard time lying so the gang attempt to teach him how to lie without much success. So they enlist Angelica's help to teach him how to do so. Chuckie succeeds and actually becomes a decent liar however he decides that he prefers telling the truth to lying.
10 "The Old and the Restless" Andrei Svislotski Peter Hunziker January 24, 2004

Grandpa Lou chaperons Tommy's class field trip to the Human Body Museum. Tommy becomes embarrassed, because Grandpa Lou is quite slow as he is a lot older now than he used to be, so they do not get to do everything there is at the museum and he keeps telling old stories, which no ones finds interesting. Sean and Tommy sneak off and Sean makes them go to a part of the museum that is out of bounds. They get trapped and Grandpa Lou saves them in a way that reminds Tommy of some of the war stories that Grandpa Lou had told him. Tommy then forgives Grandpa Lou for embarrassing him.

Meanwhile, Dil has to go to hospital with a burping disorder.
11 "It's Cupid, Stupid" Michael Dædalus Kenny Sheila M. Anthony February 14, 2004

There is a Valentine's Day dance. Dil makes friends with the new boy Lil' Q, guest star Lil' Romeo, who is a hacky sacker, but his hacky sacky turns out to be cupid's arrow. Chuckie is planning to ask Nicole to the dance, but while Dil is helping Lil Q with his hacky sacky aiming Lil' Q goes to hit Nicole's book, but he accidentally hits Nicole, making her fall in love with Tommy. Chuckie gets angry at Tommy and they fall out. Angelica is scheming to get the boy of her dreams, Sean Butler, into asking her to the dance, but while she's talking to him Nicole, Tommy and Chuckie are walking passed, so Lil' Q tries to undo his mistake earlier, but this time instead of hitting Nicole with his hacky sacky he hits Sean on the head and he falls in love with Susie (who is sitting on a bench). Later at the Java Lava Angelica warns Kimi to keep Susie away from Z, because Susie is a boy stealer. Kimi tells Angelica that there is not anything to worry about because she, Susie and Z are just friends. Lil' Q and Dil are practising throwing the hacky sacky around the Java Lava and when Lil' Q throws it he hits Z who is carrying smoothies back to their table. He immediately falls in love with Susie and he and Sean argue over who is taking Susie to the dance and Kimi gets upset because she likes Z.

Eventually at the dance Lil' Q and Dil fix all of their problems, so Nicole asks Chuckie to dance and Z asks Kimi, but when they hit Sean with the hacky sacky nothing happens, but Angelica orders him to dance anyway. Phil asks Tommy to dance with Lil, so he could get a snack. But Phil was pulled away by Susie so she can dance with him.
12 "Tommy Foolery" Michael Dædalus Kenny Joe Purdy & Monica Piper (story)
Joe Purdy (teleplay)
March 26, 2004

The kids prank Dil into thinking aliens have contacted him and they are speaking to him through Tommy.

Meanwhile, Angelica schemes to be paired with Sean at the Spring Fling school dance.
13 "Lucky 13" Andrei Svislotski Sheila M. Anthony August 28, 2004
It's Angelica's thirteenth birthday and she plans a big party but Savannah, the most popular girl in school, decides to throw a party on the same day. Tommy and Phil use Savannah's obsession with Senor Jumping Bean to ruin her plan and save Angelica's party.
14-15 "Interview With a Campfire" Ron Noble & Michael Dædalus Kenny Erin Ehrlich 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. The camp package contains brain-eating zombies, missing settlers, creepy pioneer Rock, the worst musical in history [Starring—who else? Angelica Pickles], and a mystery that is just dying to be solved. But when people start to go missing, can Tommy and the gang figure out just what happened on that same soil, over 100 years ago?

Season 2: 2004–05[edit]

No. in
Title Directed by Written by Original air date
16 1 "Bad Aptitude" Andrei Svislotski Scott Gray June 4, 2004
Tommy and the gang take an aptitude test to get a clue as to what they want to be when they grow up. After Tommy's film had gone bad at the showing in the Java Lava, he decides to give up his dream of film making and become a business man, like the aptitude test told him. Chuckie a dare devil. Lil a wedding planner. Phil (with a bowl or helmet hairstyle) a male model. Dil a public speaker. Kimi a film critic. Everyone's career plans do not turn out according to plan, but Tommy is becoming quite successful in being a business man with the school's business group, BLEK. But all becomes clear during Tommy's marketing scheme of 'Lightning Chuck', where Tommy takes his camcorder back and leaves the BLEK Club. But able to film a commercial about them with Phil modeling the BLEK club attire.
17 2 "Fools Rush In" Jim Duffy Peter Hunziker June 5, 2004

A 14-year-old girl, Francine, publicly humiliates Tommy. At first he does not know why, but then Lil and Kimi convince Tommy that Francine has a crush on him. When he finds out that Francine did not have a crush on him, she humiliates him even more (along with Dil's numerous failed attempts of saving him). In the end it becomes apparent that she was only humiliating him because he had cut her scene in one of his films. Once they discuss the misunderstanding they become friends.

Meanwhile Angelica tries to increase her website's popularity with embarrassing and humiliating pictures of people.
18 3 "Memoirs of a Finster" Michael Dædalus Kenny Erin Ehrlich June 12, 2004

On being given a family tree project Chuckie and Kimi are excited that they only have one piece of homework between them as they are brother and sister. However Kimi discovers her Japanese heritage and decides that she and Chuckie should work on separate projects, because she is studying all of her biological family's side, not her adoptive father's side (Chuckie's dad). At first Chuckie is supportive of his sister, but after she drags the Finster family into a charade for the schools culture festival, which humiliates them, Chuckie becomes annoyed and wants his old sister back.

Meanwhile Tommy meets a new kid called Trevor who behaves a lot like him.
19 4 "Miss Nose it All" Andrei Svislotski Erin Ehrlich, Monica Piper & Krista Tucker (story)
Krista Tucker (teleplay)
June 17, 2004

Angelica has been invited to one of Savannah's parties, and must find a dress that she has not already worn. While working at the hospital she trips and breaks her nose. Not wanting to be seen by anyone, because she has a cast on her nose she fakes having a crazy illness after seeing it on a drama on the hospital television. She then meets a small boy in the hospital, who has greater problems than herself and sees that she is being selfish by pretending to be ill so that she can stay in the hospital and not be seen by Savannah and her friends.

Meanwhile Tommy, Chuckie, Phil, Lil and Kimi help Miss O'Keefe to make a tranquility garden.
20 5 "Runaround Susie (Susie's Choice)" Ron Noble Monica Piper 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.

Meanwhile, Lil makes Phil pose as her to tell a nerdy boy, Geoffrey, that she does not like him.
21 6 "Saving Cynthia" Ron Noble Sheila M. Anthony October 2, 2004

Angelica gets a new design for her room. Her mother, Charlotte, accidentally misunderstood her when she said, "to get rid of 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 7 "The Science Pair" Michael Dædalus Kenny Peter Hunziker November 6, 2004

Tommy's school have a Science fair and Tommy has an idea to create a machine that can sort socks by colour so that you never end out wearing odd socks. After asking his dad, Stu, for a little advice Stu becomes a little too helpful and takes over. Stu takes over so much that Tommy has to admit that the project is no longer his design at the prize giving event.

Meanwhile Lil has a crush on a idiot named Nicholas, who asks to work with her on her Science project.
23 8 "Izzy or Isn't He?" Zhenia Delioussine Erin Ehrlich November 27, 2004
Chuckie runs for School Safety Commissioner. Dil has an imaginary alien friend, Izzy. Izzy becomes popular with the kids in school, despite him being imaginary. Someone then nominates Izzy for Safety Commissioner too. After Izzy becomes more popular than Chuckie, Chuckie relies on his friends to help him win, but even they are backing Izzy. Chuckie becomes annoyed that his friends would rather have an imaginary Safety Commissioner than they would him. While mowing the lawn, Chuckie accidentally runs over Izzy, completely incapacitating the alien being. While Izzy is in critical condition, nearly everyone in school expresses condolences to Dil, believing Izzy to be near death, while at the same time being mad at Chuckie, believing him to be truly at fault for the injury. Upset with all the negative attention surrounding Chuckie, Tommy pleads with Dil to do some damage control. Dil then gets the school to hold a quick funeral for the imaginary alien, but also announces to the school that even though he didn't exist, Izzy would have wanted Chuckie to be the new Safety Commissioner. Once everyone is gone, Chuckie thanks Dil for saving his reputation. Dil then tells Chuckie that Izzy is not really dead. Dil just needed some excuse to pull him out of the election because the thought of sharing him with everyone else was too much for him to handle. Chuckie then asks if Izzy will fully recover from the incident, which Dil assures he will and then makes Chuckie realise that he does care about him. As they leave, Dil also reveals that Izzy has been, in fact, watching the entire funeral service in his seat, the only chair not to be flipped up.
24 9 "The Finster Who Stole Christmas" Michael Dædalus Kenny Adam Cohen December 7, 2004

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 Hanukkah song.
25 10 "Project Chuckie" Andrei Svislotski Monica Piper January 15, 2005

Angelica tries to help Chuckie become more popular for her school project, but it backfires when he takes her advice, and he becomes more popular than her.

Meanwhile Tommy has written a play for the school's History assembly and has cast Phil, Lil, Kimi and Dil to play people in history.

Season 3: 2005[edit]

No. in
Title Directed by Written by Original air date
26 1 "Fear of Falling" Ron Noble Erin Ehrlich 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 instead of helping him overcome his fear of heights. Tommy has his very first kiss with Olivia. Meanwhile Angelica tries to impress a guy who works as a hiking leader at the resort.
27 2 "Blind Man's Bluff" Ron Noble Adam Cohen April 11, 2005
When Susie gets a gig singing at Slosh Mountain, "the world's coolest water park", she gives free tickets to Tommy and his friends. 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 look after Grandpa Boris after cataract surgery on exactly the same day. Dil convinces Tommy to take Grandpa Boris with them to Slosh Mountain, but they lose him.
28 3 "Yu-Gotta-Go" Michael Dædalus Kenny Norm Gunzenhauser April 12, 2005
The whole school has caught Yu-Gotta-Go (A 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, who's been grounded by her mother due to her room being a mess, 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".
29 4 "Curse of Reptar" Zhenia Delioussine Denise Moss 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 for Dil), but decide to throw it away, until, during an electrical storm, they become convinced that they have angered Reptar. They ultimately decide to rescue the toy, and realize that, although they are growing up, they cannot forget their past.
30 5 "It's Karma, Dude!" Andrei Svislotski Lisa Albert April 14, 2005

When there is a talent show coming, Angelica signs up. Tommy tells her to let Susie know, and she does. However, when she calls Susie on the phone to leave a message while Susie's away, the Carmichaels' answering machine malfunctions, preventing Susie from getting the message. Later, Angelica's face breaks out in zits and the others tell her it might be some form of karmic retribution for not letting Susie sign up. Guilt-ridden and experiencing worse luck than before, she comes to Dil's advice. Dil tells her to do good deeds, but the zits get bigger and she ends up letting Susie sing in the talent show instead.

Meanwhile, when nobody signed up for her part of the show, Miss O'Keats forces Chuckie, Phil, and Lil to participate in the show, much to their dismay while attempting to console her.
31 6 "The Big Score" Ron Noble Erin Ehrlich 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. Much to Phil's dismay.

Dil becomes the new mascot.
32 7 "Rats Race" Andrei Svislotski Norm Gunzenhauser June 21, 2005
Tommy, Chuckie, Phil and Dil decide to put together a boxcar to compete in the upcoming derby against Angelica.
33 8 "Wouldn't it be Nice?" Ron Noble Denise Moss & Norm Gunzenhauser June 24, 2005

Susie thinks that Angelica does not think much about the future. While Angelica worries about getting a navel piercing, Susie tries to get a scholarship to a good college. The girls then went on a school trip and get lost and Susie loses her laptop with all of her work on that she needs to show to a college.

Meanwhile Tommy, Phil, Lil and Dil skip school so that Lil can get an autograph from her favourite soccer player.
34-35 9-10 "Dude, Where's My Horse?" Michael Dædalus Kenny & Andrei Svislotski Erin Ehrlich July 16, 2005
As babies the Rugrats used to dream about being cowboys, and as tweens they finally get to make those dreams come true! When the gang is invited to spend a week at a dude ranch, will Tommy and his city slicker pals adapt to the ways of the old west?

Season 4: 2005–07[edit]

No. in
Title Directed by Written by Original air date
36-37 1-2 "R.V. Having Fun Yet?" Zhenia Delioussine & Andrei Svislotski Denise Moss October 10, 2005
When Susie gets chosen to sing at a big parade in New York City, the tweenage Rugrats hit the road with their moms on a cross country trip! Will Betty's clunky old motor home be able to make it to NYC and see all the stops along the way (like the world's biggest ball of yarn)? Will Tommy and his pals go crazy from lack of video games and TV? Will Chuckie finally get kissed?
38 3 "Rachel, Rachel" Andrei Svislotski Adam Cohen November 25, 2006

Tommy attends a Hebrew school to prepare for his bar mitzvah. While there, he meets Rachel, and falls deeply in love with her. After a while he lies and says that his father, Stu is a rabbi but at the Hebrew School Picnic Rachel finds out and they find out they are both working on the same house.

Note: This is the only All Grown Up! episode that aired in 2006.
39 4 "Separate But Equal" Zhenia Delioussine Erin Ehrlich November 12, 2007

As Phil and Lil's birthday nears, the twins realize that they are more different from each other than they think. Phil is getting to like girls, and Lil is wearing a pink training bra. After a shocking incident, 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 bitten what he thinks is a vampire bat.
40 5 "Ladies' Man (Ladies' Boy)" Ron Noble Norm Gunzenhauser 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.
41 6 "Lost at Sea" Michael Dædalus Kenny Sheila M. Anthony November 14, 2007

Angelica falls for Darryl, but she 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.
42 7 "O Bro, Where Art Thou?" Zhenia Delioussine Erin Ehrlich November 15, 2007
Tommy is getting annoyed by Dil's eccentric behaviour, and he wants more space. When the gang visits Cirque Extravaganza Day Camp, Dil meets a family who are just as eccentric as he is who invite him to join their troupe permanently.
43 8 "Rat Traps" Ron Noble Norm Gunzenhauser November 16, 2007
When the gang sneaks into a PG-13 movie at the mall, Angelica catches them, and she has excellent blackmail fodder. The mall then closes with them locked inside with two robbers. Chuckie imitates the main character of the movie they just saw and saves the day.
44 9 "In the Family's Way" Michael Dædalus Kenny & Dean Criswell Sheila M. Anthony November 19, 2007

After Charlotte and Drew have to cancel their annual vacation with Angelica to Hawaii, much to Angelica's fury, 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 and Chuckie then bet Phil, Kimi, Lil and Susie that the spoiled princess can handle all the Carmichael family rules for seven days or a week. After the first two days, Angelica is close to cracking, but after someone points out what she would be doing if she quit too soon, she starts to drastically improve her skill and efficiency on the chores, while adding her own style to them, much to Susie's displeasure, but she also starts playing dirty and tricking them so she takes full advantage of the rules. However, after Kimi and Lil egg Susie on how worse the bet is getting she rallies her brothers Buster and Edwin, who are also eager to get back at her, to give Angelica a whole list of assignments to do, involving some heavy remodeling of everything in the entire house. This backfires when their parents catch Angelica falling down while cleaning the rain gutters on the roof with a toothbrush as her "last chore", and they ground Susie, Buster and Edwin for a month changing the entire chore table. Since it is the last day of the week, the Carmichaels allow Angelica to leave their home, noting that after all that pressure Susie, Buster and Edwin gave her, she made a breakthrough with the rules.

Meanwhile, Charlotte and Drew initially enjoy having "silence" in the house, but Dil shows up to "fill the void" left by Angelica. Throughout his stay, he gets them to play his original game "Impatience", which causes them to get very impatient with the game's rules and realise they miss Angelica. Angelica comes home and surprises her parents with a nice peaceful family dinner together at the table, taking what she learned from the Carmichaels with her.
45 10 "A DeVille House Divided" Ron Noble Denise Moss & Norm Gunzenhauser November 20, 2007

Phil has a crush on Lil's best friend and soccer teammate Wally they start hanging out more often, making Lil feel out of the loop. So Lil develops a plan to pull them apart. Phil and Wally's relationship fell apart when Lil told Wally that he didn't like her. When he found out that Lil lied to Wally, Phil became upset.

Meanwhile, Dil brought him his new friend to Tommy and Chuckie who happens to be Principal Pangborn's nephew.

Season 5: 2007–08[edit]

No. in
Title Directed by Written by Original air date
46 1 "Susie Goes Bad Lite" Michael Dædalus Kenny & Dean Criswell Sheila M. Anthony November 21, 2007

Tired of being considered a "goody goody" by the popular kids, Susie tries desperately to prove that she can be a bad girl.

Meanwhile, Phil discovers that he has a talent for cooking. The argument between Tommy & Chuckie with Phil escalates to where their friendship falls apart.
47 2 "Trading Places" Andrei Svislotski Denise Downer
Scott Malchus & Harry Harootunian (based on an idea)
November 23, 2007
When Chuckie discovers that Kimi is upset, he comes to the conclusion that she hates how her room looks. The gang decides to help him redesign it for her while Angelica keeps Kimi busy. Dil tries giving advice, but they choose to ignore him. It is later discovered that she is homesick for Japan and her biological father. Chas and Kira have a big surprise for Kimi.
48 3 "TP+KF" Ron Noble Adam Cohen November 26, 2007

While the gang try on their Halloween costumes in the Finster's garage, they find TP+KF carved on the wall. Chuckie believes that Tommy has a crush on Kimi. The argument between Tommy and Chuckie escalates to where their friendship falls apart. So the rest of the gang tried to bring the two back together, but backfired. The two would eventually make up when Chuckie saved Tommy from the middle school goons who were chasing him.

Meanwhile, Chas has a new security system to scare away anyone who might want to T.P. ("toilet paper") his house. And Dil goes trick-or-treating the day before in order to beat the rush, but only gets money and becomes annoyed.
49 4 "Super Hero Worship" Dean Criswell Norm Gunzenhauser November 27, 2007
When a comic book starring Chuckie's favorite superhero Armadillo Dave gets cancelled, he became 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. Kimi made Tommy a simple one lane track for his rat, much to his non-disappointment as he feels he would get a good grade for it, but needs Chuckie so he can get a bad grade on it since Chuckie has done it before. Chuckie bullies Tommy and they have a fight. The gang tries to find Chuckie a new hero to worship. But Chuckie refuses to let Armadillo Dave go.
50 5 "What's Love Got to do With It?" Zhenia Delioussine Denise Moss 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.
51 6 "All Broke Up" Ron Noble Erin Ehrlich November 29, 2007
Tommy's girlfriend, Rachel is moving away, and he's cool with it, but isn't sure why. However, his friends think otherwise, believing him to be in denial. Tommy tries going about his life as normal, but everyone keeps trying to show him compassion, annoying him greatly. Tommy is advised by Dil to go along with the plan so his friends will leave him alone, hate himand storm out. However, when Tommy hooks up with another girl, the gang unexpectedly have Rachel show up to surprise Tommy. Seeing him with another girl so soon is too much for her to bear, so she walks away again, leaving Tommy to cry for real this time. Chuckie then shows up at Tommy's house to comfort him.
52 7 "Petition This!" Dean Criswell Sheila M. Anthony November 30, 2007
Kimi leads a petition drive to ban cell phones in school. To prevent her from having the cell phones ban, Angelica hoodwinks Chuckie into helping her keep cell phones in school in her petition drive. And Susie helping Kimi counteract. Things got worse when during the debate at a school assembly, Chuckie would reveal to the audience that Kimi wanted a cell phone for Christmas, and ending up not speaking to each other and threatening not to attend their parents' (Kira and Chas) 10 year wedding anniversary. However they were forced by Angelica, Susie, and Tommy to attend. At the Java Lava, Chuckie and Kimi argue with each other about cell phones and Tommy and Dil stop them. Until they made up after Tommy showed a video of their parents' wedding when they were babies.
53 8 "Bad Blood" Zhenia Delioussine Adam Cohen August 3, 2008
With Stu and Didi away at an Invention Convention, Dil wants to host a viewing party for a "real" alien autopsy video with Tommy. But when both Grandpa Lou and Grandpa Boris show up to babysit the kids, they all start to have a feud. This gets even more difficult when Phil, Lil and Chuckie show up and Dil invites 10 other kids to come see it and Tommy became frustrated.
54 9 "Brothers Grimm" Andrei Svislotski Norm Gunzenhauser August 10, 2008
When Tommy's gang's parents hate, get jealous of and violent to everyone and feel that they are spending too much time watching TV they ban it from the house. Tommy's friends are violent bullies. So in order to get their televisions back, they do something dare-devilish. They make a tree house with a zip-line in the backyard to scare and anger their parents into giving them their TV back.
55 10 "Golden Boy" Zhenia Delioussine Erin Ehrlich August 17, 2008
When Tommy forgoes going to the traditional opening day ball game outing with his Grandpa in order to patch things up with his former girlfriend Rachel who never appeared in this episode, Lou takes Dil instead. This makes Tommy jealous as he and Dil compete to be Grandpa's favorite grandson during a fishing trip.

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