History Headscratchers / AllGrownUp

19th Nov '15 4:29:37 PM nombretomado
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* ''Rugrats'' takes place in the year the episodes were made, Stu even mentions it's the TurnOfTheMillennium in one of the movies. What year does AllGrownUp take place, the early 00s, the 2010s, or is it a TimeSkip?

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* ''Rugrats'' takes place in the year the episodes were made, Stu even mentions it's the TurnOfTheMillennium in one of the movies. What year does AllGrownUp ''WesternAnimation/AllGrownUp'' take place, the early 00s, the 2010s, or is it a TimeSkip?
8th Sep '15 12:45:01 PM fearlessnikki
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** Well I wouldn't say Tommy completely lost his adventurous side. He's now a wannabe filmmaker, which I definitely see as a representation of the imagination he had as a baby. Chuckie had a nerdy side in ''Rugrats'' but it was just downplayed. Susie seems pretty identical to how she was in the previous show; she was the well-behaved {{Foil}} for the bratty Angelica. Her becoming a straight A student and Miss Perfect seemed like a logical enough development.


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** I think you took the "I'm Japanese!" comment a little too literally. She obviously knew she was Japanese all her life. But she had never properly embraced her culture or been taught too much about it until then. Kimi was already living in Paris when she was a baby and then moved to America not too long afterwards. Growing up around Americans, she had simply been 'westernised' her whole life. In the episode itself she suddenly realises that there's a side of her ancestry she hasn't really explored yet. It's quite similar to Tommy only discovering his Jewish side when he wants to impress Rachel. In both cases their parents just didn't teach them much about their culture. Neither Didi nor Kira seem to be that heavily into that side of themselves.
5th Aug '15 5:18:54 AM neonhitch
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* How did Kimi not know that she was Japanese until the episode 'Memoirs of a Finster?' In my neighborhood, a kid was seen as dumb if they didn't know which race they were. I find it really hard to believe that Kimi wouldn't know about her culture until she was about twelve. Wouldn't she have found it earlier, or noticed some differences and perhaps asked? No? Okay.
5th Aug '15 4:35:08 AM neonhitch
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* While watching the series, this has always bugged me. Why did character personalities change so drastically? It was almost as if they weren't even the same people as they were on Rugrats! Tommy pretty much lost his interest in adventures, Kimi is as bratty as Angelica was now, Chuckie is just a nerd, Susie is a control freak along with perfectionist, and so on! I understand that we change throughout the years, but this much? What were the writers THINKING?
* Why did Tommy noticeably and seemingly gain a lot of weight in between series? It looks more normal on Chuckie.
5th Aug '15 4:32:20 AM neonhitch
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** If you watch until the end of the episode 'TP+KF' we find out that [[Spoiler: Chuckie is jealous of Tommy.]]

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** If you watch until the end of the episode 'TP+KF' we find out that [[Spoiler: Chuckie is is, for some reason, jealous of Tommy.]]his best friend.


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** From my memory, 'All Grown Up' itself was made to celebrate the ten years anniversary since the beginning of Rugrats.
5th Aug '15 4:30:50 AM neonhitch
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** If you watch until the end of the episode 'TP+KF' we find out that [[Chuckie is jealous of Tommy.]]

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** If you watch until the end of the episode 'TP+KF' we find out that [[Chuckie [[Spoiler: Chuckie is jealous of Tommy.]]
5th Aug '15 4:30:35 AM neonhitch
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** If you watch until the end of the episode 'TP+KF' we find out that [[Chuckie is jealous of Tommy.]]
21st Jul '15 3:28:45 PM TokoWH
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* Why did they decide to have the characters as 12-13 year olds, despite the plots and settings being very teenager oriented? If they were going to time skip for that, why not make them around 17-18 year olds?
30th Mar '14 9:26:17 PM KittyKax
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** It's also been shown that Suzy is very mature for her age, so they probably trust her more.

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** It's also been shown that Suzy Susie is very mature for her age, so they probably trust her more.
30th Mar '14 9:24:43 PM KittyKax
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**It's also been shown that Suzy is very mature for her age, so they probably trust her more.
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