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19th Nov '15 4:29:53 PM nombretomado
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* Why was AllGrownUp so short-lived and far less popular than it's parent series? Because it was never meant to be it's own series. The one that got the ratings (the Rugrats special All Growed Up) was hyped for months and for good reason. It was supposed to be a single glimpse into the future of Rugrats, never it's own series. What's more, Rugrats (the world from the eyes of infants) was a fairly fresh idea for it's time and had no shortage of original ideas. AllGrownUp is only one of hundreds of pre-teen sitcoms with the same stale stories.

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* Why was AllGrownUp ''WesternAnimation/AllGrownUp'' so short-lived and far less popular than it's parent series? Because it was never meant to be it's own series. The one that got the ratings (the Rugrats special All Growed Up) was hyped for months and for good reason. It was supposed to be a single glimpse into the future of Rugrats, never it's own series. What's more, Rugrats (the world from the eyes of infants) was a fairly fresh idea for it's its time and had no shortage of original ideas. AllGrownUp ''WesternAnimation/AllGrownUp'' is only one of hundreds of pre-teen sitcoms with the same stale stories.
11th Sep '15 8:09:18 PM JohnPeacekeeper
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** One who is familiar with the series might note as well that while Tommy is usually the leader while they were babies, much of his ideas and preconceptions came from movies he had seen, from Reptar to "Okey Dokey Jones" and the like? Even from a very young age, movies have been an inspiration to him!
19th Jan '15 3:31:45 PM SnowyWolf
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* Why was AllGrownUp so short-lived and far less popular than it's parent series? Because it was never meant to be it's own series. The one that got the ratings (the Rugrats special All Growed Up) was hyped for months and for good reason. It was supposed to be a single glimpse into the future of Rugrats, never it's own series. What's more, Rugrats (the world from the eyes of infants) was a fairly fresh idea for it's time and had no shortage of original ideas. AllGrowedUp is only one of hundreds of pre-teen sitcoms with the same stale stories.

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* Why was AllGrownUp so short-lived and far less popular than it's parent series? Because it was never meant to be it's own series. The one that got the ratings (the Rugrats special All Growed Up) was hyped for months and for good reason. It was supposed to be a single glimpse into the future of Rugrats, never it's own series. What's more, Rugrats (the world from the eyes of infants) was a fairly fresh idea for it's time and had no shortage of original ideas. AllGrowedUp AllGrownUp is only one of hundreds of pre-teen sitcoms with the same stale stories.
19th Jan '15 3:30:38 PM SnowyWolf
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* Why was AllGrownUp so short-lived and far less popular than it's parent series? Because it was never meant to be it's own series. The one that got the ratings (the Rugrats special All Growed Up) was hyped for months and for good reason. It was supposed to be a single glimpse into the future of Rugrats, never it's own series. What's more, Rugrats (the world from the eyes of infants) was a fairly fresh idea for it's time and had no shortage of original ideas. AllGrowedUp is only one of hundreds of pre-teen sitcoms with the same stale stories.
29th Dec '14 4:41:41 AM Pichu-kun
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* Why are so many characters, especially Tommy's, personalities drastically different between this, ''Rugrats'', and ''All Growed Up''? Most people aren't the same as age 1 as they are at 11. People mature and experience new things. ''All Growed Up'' was in the babies imaginations and what they wanted to be as kids. While it's sad to see Tommy go from being so bold and adventurous to being, well, 'normal' it makes sense.
14th Jan '14 6:42:26 AM blueranger
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** The film competition episode also shows snippets from home movies Tommy made when he was a toddler as well. Perhaps it's the same camera?
28th Dec '13 12:52:02 AM JoseRamiro
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* Tommy's an aspiring filmmaker, and Stu comments he had been using cameras since a very early age. This is actually a clever CallBack to the Rugrats' second Christmas special, 'Babies in Toyland', where Tommy's gift (that he receives from Angelica of all people) is precisely a small camera that really works.
29th Oct '13 7:10:22 PM blueranger
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** Plus she got to know him during school before she went anywhere at night with him.
26th Jan '13 10:31:27 AM MarkLungo
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** Hair dye and tanning?

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** Hair dye and tanning?tanning?
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28th Aug '12 11:19:52 PM Enoydamoment
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* So, how did Samantha turn from having pale skin and dark blue hair to being AmbiguouslyBrown?

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* So, how did Samantha turn from having pale skin and dark blue hair to being AmbiguouslyBrown?AmbiguouslyBrown?
** Hair dye and tanning?
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