History WesternAnimation / AllGrownUp

23rd Apr '17 5:30:08 AM fearlessnikki
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* TheAce: Tommy Pickles. Averted in some episodes as he was shown to be the worse cowboy and has a fear of water.

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* TheAce: TheAce:
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Tommy Pickles. Averted in some episodes as he was shown to be the worse cowboy and has a fear of water.



* AdultFear: In “Susie Sings The Blues”, Susie is conned out of a large sum of money by a con-woman posing as a talent agent. Her older sister's speech upon learning this is chillingly accurate.

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* AdultFear: AdultFear:
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In “Susie Sings The Blues”, Susie is conned out of a large sum of money by a con-woman posing as a talent agent. Her older sister's speech upon learning this is chillingly accurate.



* AffectionateNickname: Tommy, Chuckie and Dil call themselves by 'T', 'C' and 'D' at times.



* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: Kimi with Z, and Lil with anyone who shows some rebellion in them. "Chuckie, I've never seen you act like this! ...It's kind of attractive." Lil also seemed attracted to Dil for a moment when he admitted to stealing the alien autopsy tape he was supposed to deliver, saying he was "like a criminal".
** Though while Z resembles the typical 'bad boy,' he's a pretty nice and likable guy who's quiet with his own sense of style.

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* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: Kimi with Z, and AllGirlsWantBadBoys:
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Lil with anyone who shows some rebellion in them. "Chuckie, I've never seen you act like this! ...It's kind of attractive." Lil also seemed attracted to Dil for a moment when he admitted to stealing the alien autopsy tape he was supposed to deliver, saying he was "like a criminal".
** Though Kimi and Z appear to have this kind of attraction. But it's turned into a subversion as, while Z resembles the typical 'bad boy,' he's a pretty nice and likable likeable guy who's quiet with his own sense of style.



* AmbiguousDisorder: Dil, who is described as "Not the brightest candle on the menorah", with Phil and Lil mentioning they feel responsible for his mental condition because they dropped him on his head.

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* AmbiguousDisorder: AmbiguousDisorder:
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Dil, who is described as "Not the brightest candle on the menorah", with Phil and Lil mentioning they feel responsible for his mental condition because they dropped him on his head.



* AsianAirhead: Savannah is the Type A, an Asian Alpha Bitch. Not necessarily ditzy, but rather easily falls for Tommy's plan to sabotage her party and {{Squee}}s over a 'Senor Jumping Bean' character.



* {{Corpsing}}: In-universe example. While watching Tommy filming his home slasher movie, Lil bursts out laughing when Dil attacks her.



* DelinquentHair: Kimi giving herself a pink streak is what makes Chuckie think she's seriously going bad.



* FreeRangeChildren

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* FreeRangeChildrenFreeRangeChildren: The kids are only preteens yet freely wander around town by themselves. Kimi and Chuckie are only eleven and yet work part time at the Java Lava.



* TeenDrama: Although the cast are in their pre-teen years, the series tends to favor this a lot, especially compared to their carefree days of infancy where they were a lot friendlier and less snappish.

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* TeenDrama: Although the cast are in their pre-teen years, the series tends to favor favour this a lot, especially compared to their carefree days of infancy where they were a lot friendlier and less snappish.



* TooMuchInformation : Phil mentions in "What's Love Got to Do With It?" that he likes to be completely naked at home; Tommy makes a mental note about always calling the DeVilles' place before visiting.

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* TooMuchInformation : TooMuchInformation: Phil mentions in "What's Love Got to Do With It?" that he likes to be completely naked at home; Tommy makes a mental note about always calling the DeVilles' [=DeVilles=]' place before visiting.



* VagueAge[=/=]WiseBeyondTheirYears: from ''All Grown Up'' to All Growed Up(Which, while it premiered first, takes place after the series proper): Dil is 9-10, Phil, Lil, Tommy and Kimi are 10-11, Chuckie is 11-12, and Susie and Angelica are 12-13. Each of them tend to ''act'' as though they're a few years older.



* WalkOnTheWildSideEpisode: Susie gets told she's too perfect by the popular girls and decides to go bad for the episode.
** '''[[JerkWithAHeartOfGold Angelica]]''' of all people tells her to calm down.

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* WalkOnTheWildSideEpisode: WalkOnTheWildSideEpisode:
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Susie gets told she's too perfect by the popular girls and decides to go bad for the episode.
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episode. '''[[JerkWithAHeartOfGold Angelica]]''' of all people tells her to calm down. At first it's parodied when Susie's idea of going bad involves rearranging the library books.


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* WiseBeyondTheirYears: From ''All Grown Up'' to ''All Growed Up'' (Which, while it premiered first, takes place after the series proper): Dil is 9-10, Phil, Lil, Tommy and Kimi are 10-11, Chuckie is 11-12, and Susie and Angelica are 12-13. Each of them tend to ''act'' as though they're a few years older.
14th Mar '17 11:29:24 PM YasminPerry
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* MostWritersAreAdults: Taken to [[ExaggeratedTrope ridiculous levels]]. The main cast is only ''11-to-13-years-old'', and yet they all act like 15 to 16-year-olds. Then again, in the original series they acted like toddlers​ instead of the babies that they were, so maybe this is just [[FridgeBrillance carrying on the tradition?]]

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* MostWritersAreAdults: Taken to [[ExaggeratedTrope ridiculous levels]]. The main cast is only ''11-to-13-years-old'', and yet they all act like 15 to 16-year-olds. Then again, in the original series they acted like toddlers​ toddlers, instead of the babies that they were, so maybe this is just [[FridgeBrillance [[FridgeBrilliance carrying on the tradition?]]
14th Mar '17 11:27:39 PM YasminPerry
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* MostWritersAreAdults: Taken to [[ExaggeratedTrope ridiculous levels]]. The main cast is only ''11-to-13-years-old'', and yet they all act like 15 to 16-year-olds. Then again, in the original series they acted like toddlers​ instead of the babies that they were, so maybe this is just [[FridgeBrillance carrying on the tradition?]]
12th Jan '17 12:04:09 AM Crossover-Enthusiast
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** The two-parter "R.V. Having Fun Yet", has the kids sneak out of the aforementioned RV at night to explore. Unfortunately, Betty wakes up and , not knowing the kids are missing, sees that there's no traffic and figures it's a great time to rack up some miles on the trip to New York. By the time they realize the kids are missing, they are ''hundreds'' of miles apart. The result is both groups attempting to meet halfway. How many parents dread losing their kids during a vacation? We're guessing all of them.

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** The two-parter "R.V. Having Fun Yet", has the kids sneak out of the aforementioned RV at night to explore. Unfortunately, Betty wakes up and , and, not knowing the kids are missing, sees that there's no traffic and figures it's a great time to rack up some miles on the trip to New York. By the time they realize the kids are missing, they are ''hundreds'' of miles apart. The result is both groups attempting to meet halfway. How many parents dread losing their kids during a vacation? We're guessing all of them.
12th Jan '17 12:02:51 AM Crossover-Enthusiast
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''All Grown Up!'' (2003-2008) is a spin off from the popular Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} cartoon ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'', and serves as the 17th cartoon in the Franchise/{{Nicktoons}} franchise. It follows the adventures of Tommy and friends in their junior high school, with the timeline [[WritersCannotDoMath supposedly about 9 years following the original series]]. The crew is now in their preteens.

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''All Grown Up!'' (2003-2008) is a spin off from the popular Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} cartoon ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'', and serves as the 17th cartoon in the Franchise/{{Nicktoons}} franchise. It follows the adventures of Tommy and friends in their junior high school, with the timeline [[WritersCannotDoMath supposedly about 9 years following the original series]]. The crew is are now in their preteens.
13th Dec '16 5:01:48 PM tv1995
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* ThousandYardStare: Susie [[spoiler: after she learns she has been conned out of a thousand dollars by a con artist pretending to be a talent agent.]]
5th Sep '16 3:53:22 AM CaptainTedium
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** One episode has Didi catching Stu watching a hula girl dancing suggestively on the TV.

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** One episode "Brothers Grimm" has Didi catching Stu watching a hula girl dancing suggestively on the TV.TV. It also has Didi mention that the shows her son watches feature girls in inappropriate attire when she talks about her concerns that they have too much television.
5th Sep '16 3:47:23 AM CaptainTedium
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** "Brothers Grimm" features a parody of ''Series/GilligansIsland''.
5th Sep '16 3:20:47 AM CaptainTedium
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* AlphaBitch: Savannah, as opposed to Angelica the LovableAlphaBitch.

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* AlphaBitch: Savannah, as opposed to Angelica the LovableAlphaBitch. Savannah's basically Angelica with no redeeming qualities.



* BreakTheHaughty / BreakTheCutie: (YMMV on which) Susie, in "Susie Sings the Blues."

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* BreakTheHaughty / BreakTheHaughty: Angelica gets this in "Lucky 13" when Savannah holds her own party on the same day as Angelica's 13th birthday party just so that no one would come. Interestingly enough, while these actions can be seen as LaserGuidedKarma for Angelica refusing to invite Tommy and his friends and being in-your-face about becoming a teenager, the episode is actually one of those occasions where it isn't hard to sympathize with Angelica.
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BreakTheCutie: (YMMV on which) Susie, in "Susie Sings the Blues."Blues" has Susie Carmichael get hit with this when she's so confident of launching a singing career that she gets conned out of a thousand dollars. She's devastated when she realizes she's been had.
* BrickJoke: Happens in "Bad Blood". Phil reacts to seeing Boris and Lou with their shirts off by screaming "Old man boobs", which is later hollered by Spinesnapper when Lou and Boris scare him off by lifting their shirts.
5th Sep '16 1:37:38 AM CaptainTedium
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* DownerEnding: "All Broke Up".

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* DownerEnding: "All Broke Up".Up" ends with Rachel breaking up with Tommy and most of his friends angry at him for not telling him he wasn't really hurt about Rachel moving even though they didn't listen to his statements about it the first time.



* ItsAllAboutMe: Angelica's attitude in general. Best summed up in her response to a boy who had a crush on her.

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* ItsAllAboutMe: Angelica's attitude in general. Best summed up in her response to a boy who had a crush on her.her in "Dude, Where's My Horse?".



* JerkassBall: Every character save for Dil and Angelica ''(yes, [[BitchInSheepsClothing ANGELICA.]])'' has fallen to this, either in single instances or as a group. The biggest example would be the entire group turning on Tommy in "All Broke Up" even though it was mainly their fault Rachel left Tommy on bad terms in the end.



* NeverMyFault: In "All Broke Up", Tommy's friends hear about his girlfriend Rachel moving away and assume that he's hiding a lot of emotional pain about it even when he says to their faces otherwise. After Tommy takes advice from Dil and pretends to have trouble getting over the loss of Rachel to try and get his friends to stop bugging him, Tommy's friends arrange for Rachel to come back, unaware that Tommy already moved on and found a new girl named Anita. After both girls end up angry at Tommy and leaving him, Tommy's friends turn on him too even though the whole thing was pretty much their fault in the first place.



* TookALevelInJerkass: Every character save for Dil and Angelica ''(yes, [[BitchInSheepsClothing ANGELICA.]])'' has fallen to this, either in single instances or as a group. The biggest example would be the entire group turning on Tommy in ''"All Broke Up."''
** Considering the age gap though, it's not hard to wrap your head around the fact.
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