The classic nostalgic feelings attached to any original 90s show from Nickelodeon’s glory days are strong, and Rugrats is a prime example of that kind of show. A sweet little show about childlike innocence from a baby’s perspective remains a staple of many people’s childhood growing up in the 90s. The show aired its final season in 2004, with plenty of movies and video game adaptations inbetween.

It was no doubt a success story on its own, but it doesn’t end there. Following the 10-year anniversary episode “All Growed Up” in 2001, Nickelodeon got the idea to launch a spinoff series of Rugrats where the kids are teenagers. It’d be called All Grown Up! and it would see Tommy and everyone else dealing with pesky middle school troubles.

As expected, the results were…mixed. Many fans felt that the whole point of the original show was that everything was from the perspective of an infant, so to change the primary concept ...

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