All Grown Up!

Season 2 Episode 11

Project Chuckie

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Aired Sunday 6:30 AM Nov 27, 2004 on Nickelodeon
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Angelica tries to help Chuckie become more popular as a school project, but it backfires when he takes her advice, and he becomes more popular than her.

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  • Awesome Ep!

    8.0
    Favourite highlight: Phil's rap about the American history.

    I like how they put this together.
  • No offence dudes and dudettes but they copied of the simpsons ep bart the murderer

    8.4
    cause one of the parts in this ep is similar what they did in that simpsons ep

    the part where the flashbacks are on and the last flashback is where angelica smiles or waves to chuckie cause he is not getting on the bus and in bart the murderer there was a part where bart was getting on the bus but it closed and lisa did the exact same thing as angelica did

    oh yeah cause probably klasky-csupo likes that.moreless
Cree Summer

Cree Summer

Susie Carmichael

E. G. Daily

E. G. Daily

Tommy Pickles

Cheryl Chase

Cheryl Chase

Angelica C. Pickles

Tara Strong

Tara Strong

Dylan "Dil" Pickles

Dionne Quan

Dionne Quan

Kimi Watanabe-Finster

Kath Soucie

Kath Soucie

Phillip "Phil"/Lillian "Lil" DeVille

Charles Duckworth

Charles Duckworth

Fridge

Guest Star

Dionne Quan

Dionne Quan

Cool Boy #2

Guest Star

Pamela Adlon

Pamela Adlon

Sean

Recurring Role

Tara Strong

Tara Strong

Cool Boy #1

Recurring Role

Candi Milo

Candi Milo

Brianna/Justin

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • The alternate title "My Fair Chuckie" is probably based on a classic movie entitled My Fair Lady, where a rich man in high society is challenged to make something out of a woman who is a complete nobody.

  • QUOTES (18)

    • Angelica: Okay Finster, observe.(Walks hunched over) What does this look like?
      Chuckie: Well, like a guy who just got splashed with mud on his way to work a double shift in the mines to support his mom who needs an operation and doesn't have bus money, so he's walking uphill against the wind through the snow with a sack of potatoes on his back.

    • Edith: Hi, Chuckie.
      Chuckie: Hi, Edith.
      Edith: It's... (Dreamily) Edith.

    • Tommy: Okay, I think you're going to be happy. It turns out there were some kick-butt women in the Revolution.
      Kimi: Thanks, Tommy. Oh, and duh.
      Tommy: Yeah.

    • Lil: Oh, George. It is I, your beautiful, smart, strong, and independant wife. Those nasty Redcoats are getting on my nerves. I say we throw a revolution.
      Phil: She eats a lot of sugar.
      Tommy: Uh, Lil, that didn't happen, either.
      Kimi & Lil: How do you know?

    • Phil: (As Ben Franklin) A diplomat, a writer dude...
      Kimi: Oh, Ben, dear... I can hardly see a thing. Could you go outside with, oh, I don't know, a key and a kite, and maybe capture some lightning? Oh, and I'd like to call it "electricity."
      Tommy: Uh, Kimi, I don't think it happened like that.
      Kimi: Were you there?
      Tommy: Uh... no.

    • Angelica: Now, for phase two, your PR - just leave it to me. In the meantime, study this cool-speak and work on that noise.
      Chuckie: What noise?
      Angelica: Your voice.

    • Lil: (After rehearsing the play) Cut! Thomas, were "the people," by any chance, a chorus of idiots?!

    • Angelica: Chuckie, I have observed your tragic social skills, but because we've been friends since childhood, I want to make a difference in your life. I'm here to help.
      Chuckie: Oh, this can't be good.
      Angelica: Chuckie, you're, well... a gork - those sad few beyond geek.
      Chuckie: Not helping yet.

    • Chuckie: Just once, I'd like to know what it feels like to be genuinely popular.
      Lil: Huh! And what are we, deformed mutants?
      Kimi: Well, we are "the people."
      Tommy: Chuckie, we're popular.
      Chuckie: No, we're normal - except maybe Phil.
      Phil: Hey...

    • Tommy: Okay, Chuckie, you're King George.
      Chuckie: King George? King George! The guy everyone hates?! Oh, sure, let's make Chuckie "Mr. Unpopular Revolting King Guy!"
      Phil: Shows how much you know. I'm revolting.
      Lil: Can't argue with the facts.

    • Kimi: (About her part in the play) Who am I?
      Tommy: Are you ready? Kimi, Lil, you're... "the people!"
      Kimi & Lil: "The people"?
      Tommy: Yeah! They're, uh... important.
      Phil: You know, "by the people, for the people."

    • Tommy: Wait 'til you hear your parts, guys.
      Lil: I love the theater - the lights, costumes, make-up, applause.
      Phil: Good. Now, how do you feel about a skit in a history assembly?
      Lil: Hmm... yeah. Well, it is extra credit.
      Kimi: I don't know. History is so passé.
      Tommy: Not my version. These guys were cool, real rebels, the original American bad boys. It's going to rock; and I picked you guys over everyone.
      Phil: No one else wanted to do it, right?
      Tommy: That, too.

    • Susie: Remember when we were studying for mid-terms and you were studying for makeovers? You need an "A" - good luck!
      Angelica: Summer school?! As in no beach? No mall? No 14 hours of beauty sleep? No lying around watching mindless TV? Okay, who needs my talents?

    • Chuckie: Gorilla vanillio.
      Angelica: What?
      Chuckie: Means I'm ready. Just made it up.
      Angelica: Well, stop it.

    • Angelica: But I'm willing to make you popular.
      (Chuckie glares)
      Angelica: Have I ever let you down?
      (Chuckie flashes back to his childhood, remembers what Angelica did to him)
      Chuckie: (Swiftly) No way, no how, no chance, uh, but thanks.

    • Angelica:Now it's time to work on that noise.
      Chuckie:What Noise?
      Angelica:Your voice.

    • Angelica: Now, your look.
      Chukie: Oh, no - may I remind you of my ill-fated "Chongo" disaster? The look stays or I walk... or... bounce.

    • Edith: Hi, Chuckie.
      Chuckie: Hi, Ellen.
      Edith: It's Edith. But Ellen's good. Sorry you're not in the pageant anymore.
      Chuckie: Yeah, me, too.

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  • ALLUSIONS (1)

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