In ALL GROWN UP, the babies have grown up and now theyre teenagers! Now, its their time of seeking independence, dealing with parents, grappling with identity, finding their place on the schoolyard and the social ladder and wondering what they look like because they suddenly care. The DVD features the episodes "Susie Sings The Blues" and "Coup DeVille," along with the original episode, "Rugrats: All Growed Up," in which Americas favorite babies get a glimpse of the "footure" when they travel 10 years forward in an imaginary time machine.
Their names may have stayed the same, but the once diaper-clad Rugrats have turned into teens, complete with makeup and midriffs, pranks and peer pressure. Two 20-minute episodes continue the endearing antics of the Pickles and Carmichael families, while adding the complexities of adolescence. In the first story, a talent agent discovers Susie's voice and ignites her passion to become a singing sensation. Problem is, her parents are not supportive of stardom at the expense of school. And when Susie puts up her own front money for the venture, she starts to sing the blues. In the next tale, it's twin trouble when Lil decides she wants to become independent of Phil. She not only moves away from him at home, but edges into the "cool" crowd at school, until realizing that the "magnetic bond" of a twin is even cooler. Engaging, relevant, and morally uplifting, this one's a winner. (Ages 8 and older) --Lynn Gibson