Rugrats

Season 7 Episode 14

All Growed Up

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Aired Daily 2:00 PM Jul 21, 2001 on Nickelodeon
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All Growed Up
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Special:In this 60-minute episode, produced in celebration of the Rugrats' 10th anniversary, the Rugrats watch a movie on TV, where some scientists go into the future. The movie, unfortunately, was interrupted with a special presentation of Angelica singing on her new karaoke machine. Of course, when they wanted to play with her machine, she wouldn't let them. The only way to escape her tirades is to go into the future. So, our favorite babies hitch a ride in Tommy's time machine, made of a deflated basketball, a jump rope, and a purloined karaoke machine, to ten years into the future, where the Rugrats become pre-teens (except for Angelica, who will actually be a teenager). After they turned older, the now-former Rugrats get ready to attend their first concert, headlined by teen sensation "Emica" (voiced by Adrienne Frantz). Meanwhile, Stu and Didi, also ten years older, participate in a "Dinosaurs of Disco" dance contest, with Stu's disco medallion acting as a good luck charm, for him and Angelica.moreless

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  • In my opinion, this Rugrats / AGU episode was definately the best episode in both shows.

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    This episode IS the best episode in Rugrats & AGU. This episode was the only reason I am a big fan of all grown up. It was really cool, funny, and entertaining at the same time. This episode sorta tells what the AGU casts' future would be like. Ex: What they would look like. Angelica and Susie are Teenagers. The message was: Growing up isn't so bad anymore.
Jack Riley

Jack Riley

Stu Pickles

Joe Alaskey

Joe Alaskey

Louis Pickles 1997-

Nancy Cartwright

Nancy Cartwright

Chuckie Finster 2002

Tress MacNeille

Tress MacNeille

Charlotte Pickles

Ron Glass

Ron Glass

Randy Carmichael

Cree Summer

Cree Summer

Suzie Carmichael

Adrienne Frantz

Adrienne Frantz

Emica

Guest Star

Larraine Newman

Larraine Newman

Samantha Shane

Guest Star

Phil Proctor

Phil Proctor

Howard DeVille

Recurring Role

Michael Bell

Michael Bell

Drew Pickles/Chazz Finster

Recurring Role

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    • Goof: When Angelica is taking the cookies off the plate, there are 7. She takes one off, leaving 6. Angelica says "Maybe you should put the babies in time out forever," and the angle changes to a close up of the plate while she is saying this. When the angle changes, there are suddenly three cookies left, so there was no time in between while she took the other cookies away.

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    • When this special first aired on Nick, it was not only the highest-rated Rugrats episode ever, it was also the highest-rated Nickelodeon program ever, as well as the second-highest rated program on cable in 2001 (up to that point). This episode sparked the spin-off show, All Grown Up.

    • Stu's disco medallion has a design of a scorpion on it. In astrology, the scorpion symbolises the "scorpio" sign -- the astrology sign for people born on or between October 24 and November 21. What's just as interesting is that later in the episode, at the dance contest, Didi mentions to Stu that he's a "libra" -- represented by scales, libras are people born on or between September 23 and October 23. Didi goes on to say that Stu is a "libra-scorpio cusp", which means that Stu's birthday was near the final days of the libra period. This means that Stu's birthday is anytime between October 21 and October 23. Given that he was born during the Eisenhower era, around 1958 (as we found out in Sour Pickles), he would actually be 42, going on 43, when this episode aired in 2001. Where storylines go, considering the fact that he's always 35 years old (as per The Legend of Satchmo) and the toddler Rugrats are always that their ages, he'll be about 45 years old when the events in this episode takes place. And as for Didi, she'll be roughly the same age as Stu. I should also mention that during the disco era of the 1970s, everybody was asking "What's your sign?"

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