History WesternAnimation / AllGrownUp

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.
4th Sep '16 9:08:56 PM StarSword
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* SprayingDrinkFromNose: Discussed in the episode "All Broke Up Again":
-->'''Tommy''': So what have I missed?\\
'''Lil''': Well Phil was drinking some chocolate milk and it spat out of his nose.
4th Sep '16 6:07:08 AM CaptainTedium
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** In "What's Love Got to Do With It?", Chuckie chants "I'm a big brave dog" when he overcomes his fear of showering with the other boys. The original series also had Chuckie chant "I'm a big brave dog" on some of the occasions where he faced his fears.



* TooMuchInformation : Apparently, when he's home alone, Phil likes to be completely clothes-less; Tommy makes a mental note about always calling the DeVilles' place before visiting.

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* TooMuchInformation : Apparently, when he's home alone, Phil mentions in "What's Love Got to Do With It?" that he likes to be completely clothes-less; naked at home; Tommy makes a mental note about always calling the DeVilles' place before visiting.
3rd Sep '16 11:05:12 AM Hedging
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** The main storyline of ''Chuckie's In Love''. Tell me if the basic storyline sounds familiar: A person wanting to get closer to someone they care about disguises themself as a foreigner (with help from their sibling) who seems perfect in every way and the person becomes very fond of...but a restaraunt due to a failed TwoTimerDate, they're busted and the girl is furious...but they reconicle at the end.[[Film/MrsDoubtfire Robin Williams come to mind at all?]]

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** The main Tell me if the basic storyline of ''Chuckie's In Love''. Tell me if the basic storyline Love'' sounds familiar: [[Film/MrsDoubtfire A person wanting to get closer to someone they care about disguises themself as a foreigner (with help from their sibling) who seems perfect in every way and the person becomes very fond of...but a restaraunt due to a failed TwoTimerDate, when they're busted after a failed TwoTimerDate at a restaraunt,said person is shocked and the girl is furious...hurt...but they reconicle reconcile at the end.[[Film/MrsDoubtfire Robin Williams come to mind at all?]] ]]
31st Aug '16 6:40:45 AM CaptainTedium
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* KickMePrank:
** In "Coup [=DeVille=]", Mr. Beaker attempts to get a laugh out of his students by turning around to reveal a "Kick Me" sign on his back.
** A variation occurs in "A [=DeVille=] House Divided" when Vice Principal Pangborn's nephew Morty puts crude drawings of his uncle on his back.
31st Aug '16 5:30:21 AM CaptainTedium
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* TakeThat: In "Rat Traps", the kids express disdain for a movie called ''The Dumb Talking Cat Movie'', which is a blatant jab at [[Film/{{Garfield}} the live-action Garfield film]].

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* TakeThat: In "Rat Traps", the kids express disdain for a movie called ''The Big Dumb Talking Cat Movie'', which is a blatant jab at [[Film/{{Garfield}} the live-action Garfield film]].
31st Aug '16 5:27:56 AM CaptainTedium
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** "Rat Traps" has several shout outs to ''Film/HomeAlone'' and ''Film/TheMatrix'' plus one movie poster announces a ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}-like film.
** The main storyline of ''Chuckie's in love''. Tell me if the basic storyline sounds familiar: A person wanting to get closer to someone they care about disguises themself as a foreigner (with help from their sibling) who seems perfect in every way and the person becomes very fond of...but a restaraunt due to a failed TwoTimerDate, they're busted and the girl is furious...but they reconicle at the end.[[Film/MrsDoubtfire Robin Williams come to mind at all?]]
** The opening scene of "Truth and Consequences" is a homage to ''Film/AmericanBeauty''

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** "Rat Traps" has several shout outs to ''Film/HomeAlone'' from the kids foiling a pair of crooks in the mall and ''Film/TheMatrix'' plus one the gang also sneak into a movie poster announces a ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}-like film.
called ''Labyrinth'', which parodies ''Film/TheMatrix''.
** The main storyline of ''Chuckie's in love''.In Love''. Tell me if the basic storyline sounds familiar: A person wanting to get closer to someone they care about disguises themself as a foreigner (with help from their sibling) who seems perfect in every way and the person becomes very fond of...but a restaraunt due to a failed TwoTimerDate, they're busted and the girl is furious...but they reconicle at the end.[[Film/MrsDoubtfire Robin Williams come to mind at all?]]
** The opening scene of "Truth and Consequences" is a an homage to ''Film/AmericanBeauty''


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* TakeThat: In "Rat Traps", the kids express disdain for a movie called ''The Dumb Talking Cat Movie'', which is a blatant jab at [[Film/{{Garfield}} the live-action Garfield film]].
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