All Grown Up!/Characters

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    See also the Rugrats characters page.

    Characters from All Grown Up! include:

    Main Kids

    Tommy Pickles

    • The Ace: Played straight, though subverted in "Dude, Where's My Horse?", where he's shown as being no good at being a cowboy. At least, initially.
    • Big Brother Instinct: Towards Dil.
    • Continuity Nod: Carries around a screwdriver-shaped keychain, a throwback to his trademark toy from Rugrats.
    • Gadgeteer Genius
    • The Hero
    • Heterosexual Life Partners: With Chuckie, in spades.
    • Informed Judaism: Frankly, you'd only know he's Jewish if the episode itself centers around it.
    • Launcher of a Thousand Ships: It's pretty much bouncing between shipping him off with either Lil or Kimi.
      • In universe, it starts with a girl Chuckie has a crush on, then he has a couple more single-episode girlfriends, then Rachel for a season and then an episode teasing Kimi.
    • Prima Donna Director: Has aspirations of being a great film director, and sometimes falls into this.
    • The Scapegoat: There have been a couple of episodes where the entire gang blames Tommy for something he's not technically responsible for. "Dude, Where's My Horse?" is one such episode.
    • Ship Tease: The entire focus of the episode "TP+KF".
    • Tragic Mistake: Ends up causing him to lose Rachel for good.
    • You Gotta Have Purple Hair: Although it's really black.

    Chuckie Finster

    • Anime Hair: Especially during his "Yu-Gotta-Go!" dream sequences.
    • Berserk Button: He'll go absolutely paranoid if he thinks Kimi is in danger.
    • Big Brother Instinct: Towards Kimi, who doesn't always appreciate it. (See Berserk Button above)
    • Big Brother Mentor / Older and Wiser: Chuckie has an odd role when it comes to wisdom: most of the time he's nebbish and insecure, but when the moment comes for it he's also often the guy who picks up on his friends' sensitive/emotional problems and gives wise speeches to members of the gang, most often to Tommy and Kimi. Occasionally he's the "lesson giver" when Susie's not around.
      • This leads to a Running Gag where Chuckie gives some insightful advice, and then admits he got it out of a fortune cookie / hallmark card.
      • Funnily enough, while Chuckie often fills this role for Tommy, Tommy often fills this role for Chuckie. It's a cornerstone of their friendship. In fact, a couple of the speeches he gives to Tommy are of the "teaching a lesson that Tommy didn't realize he was already inspiring in other people" sort.
    • Blatant Lies: "HALLO, I AM CHONGO!"
    • Bad Liar: Ironically, given the above. Angelica basically has to drill him in how to be an effective liar.
      • Though to be fair, he wasn't particularly good at playing "Chongo" either...
    • Blind Without'Em
    • Butt Monkey: Even more so in this series. One episode even finds him completely naked on school grounds, save for a guitar.
    • Heterosexual Life Partners: With Tommy, of course, and even gets jealous if anybody threatens to take his place as his best friend.
    • The Lancer
    • Launcher of a Thousand Ships: In-universe.
    • Lovable Coward: Tries HARD to avert being a coward, especially in the earlier episodes.
    • Nerd Glasses: He wouldn't be Chuckie without 'em, you know.
    • Self-Deprecation: Always seems to do this.

    Chuckie: See? I'm VANILLA! Crustless, vanilla Finster.

    • Techno Babble: Descends into this when he's deprived of television. "TV Rots Your Brain!" indeed.

    Phil Deville

    • The Big Guy
    • Gasshole: Demonstrated in one episode, but it's implied that he's like this.
    • Continuity Nod: His Season 1 shirt had a yellow duck on it.
    • Full Name Ultimatum: When he and Lil argue, they'll address each other by their full names.
    • The Pig Pen: Obviously not to the extent of Rugrats, but he'll still engage in gross behaviour now and again.
    • Real Men Wear Pink: Wound up in a cooking class full of girls and demonstrated a real talent for it. He only gave up cooking because he learned there were health codes to abide by (such as washing hands).
    • Running Gag: If Phil's wearing a hat, expect it to be gone by the end of the episode.
    • Talking to Himself: With Lil.
    • Theme Twin Naming: Phil and Lil Deville.

    Lil Deville


    Lil: It's biologically impossible for girls to fart.


    Angelica Pickles

    Dil Pickles

    • Berserk Button: Make fun of his hat, and he will turn on you.
    • Chaste Hero: Given his young age compared to the others, he's probably the only character on the show that doesn't really fall for anybody.
    • Cloudcuckoolander
    • First Contact: Dil eagerly looks forward to this. And apparently succeeds in one episode.
    • Gadgeteer Genius: Just like his old man. Played straight in one episode where Tommy treats him as the go-to guy for creative inventions, which unfortunately begins to rob Dil of his creativity and oddness.
    • Heterosexual Life Partners: He's attached to his brother Tommy, and even has a secret handshake with him. He even attempts this with Phil during a falling out with Tommy, but it doesn't work out.
    • Intergenerational Friendship: Dil is pretty certain this is the case with Pangborn since the start of the series. Pangborn tends to humor him at first (when he's not outright irritated by him, of course), but the trope is played straight over time.
    • Punny Name
    • Speaks Fluent Animal: Can communicate with animals, especially in "Brothers Grimm".
    • Tagalong Kid
    • The Smart Guy: When he interacts with the older kids, that is.
    • Why Couldn't You Be Different?: Averted. So long as Dil's happy, Didi and (to a somewhat lesser extent) Stu are very supportive of his Cloudcuckoolander ways.

    Kimi Finster

    • The Ace: Sometimes when Tommy's not around.
    • Bare Your Midriff: In Season 1.
    • The Chick
    • Disappeared Dad: Inverted. She knows where her birth dad is and keeps in touch with him, but is a continent apart from him due to her mom re-marrying Chaz. He even visits her in one episode.
    • Far East: The chopsticks in her hair in Season 1, her focus on her Japanese heritage in Season 2 onwards.
    • Freaky Fashion, Mild Mind: Kimi's fashion on the show tends to lend to a 'bad girl' image, but she's still nice overall. This trope is only really hammered home when she shows up to work with a mohawk.

    Chuckie: That settles it. Kimi's gone bad.


    Tommy: Why would I be interested in Kimi?
    Kimi: Hello, I'm in the room?

    • Irony: She goes on a campaign to ban cellphones in school, and doesn't even have one herself. Guess what she gets near the end of the episode?
    • Japanese Honorifics: In a dream sequence by Tommy, she refers to him as "Tommy-san". Her mother and herself also occasionally use honorifics with each other.
    • Red Oni: Kimi is quick to anger, impatient at times, often easily standoffish (as well as often being the most bluntly snarky of the group, which is saying something), often instantly passionate about things and has a strong enough sense of justice that she will almost immediately rally behind a cause with lots of fervor. Interestingly, her Blue Oni is her own mother, who is exceedingly calm, patient and level-headed. However, as Kira is only rarely a major character Kimi is more often a Foil for Chuckie.
    • She Cleans Up Nicely: Anytime it's a special occasion.
    • Ship Tease: With Tommy in "TP+KF". It's implied that she still has feelings for him.
    • Token Minority
    • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?
    • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: And, in one episode, a pink mohawk. In season two, it becomes purple.

    Susie Carmichael

    • The Ace: She gets all of the good grades, she's a talented singer, and she's basically loved and respected by her peers.
    • Badbutt: Her attempt to avert her "goody two-shoes" status in the aptly named "Suse Goes Bad Lite". It doesn't work out.
    • Broken Bird: Almost became this when she got conned out of a thousand dollars.
    • Cool Big Sis: Plays this role towards the others, though less as much than the original show.
    • Cree Summer
    • Sassy Black Woman
    • Token Minority
    • Vitriolic Best Buds: With Angelica. One the one hand, whenever Angelica's got some scheme going Susie's the first to try and take her down, sometimes going out of her way to stick it to her. On the other hand, she's probably the best friend Angelica has and often tries to do what's right by her (and encourage her to do the right thing)... even if Angelica doesn't see it that way. A lot of episodes involving Angelica and the popular kids also have Susie being the more supportive friend.

    Other Kids


    • Blue Eyes: Not in the series itself but in Pre-School Daze.
    • All Love Is Unrequited: Possibly with Angelica.
    • Ascended Extra: Started off as a side character in the Rugrats spin-off "Pre-school Daze", is now arguably a main character.
    • Butt Monkey: Often finds himself as this to Angelica.
    • The Igor: To Angelica.
    • The Shrink: Tries to be Type 3 when he starts his advice column, but is a borderline Type 2.

    Savannah Shane

    Samantha Shane





    • The Ditz: By her own admission, she spaces out sometimes, but it still doesn't explain why she took a chair with somebody still sitting in it without even realising that.
    • Shallow Love Interest




    • The Ditz: Are you sensing a pattern here?
    • Jerkass: Boy, does it show in "The Old and the Restless". He constantly puts down Grandpa Lou during the tour and doesn't even lift a finger to help Tommy and Justin escape from a malfunctioning exhibit, because in his own words, he's "too cool for that."
    • The Slacker
    • Those Two Guys: He's always seen with his best friend, Justin.


    Lil Q

    • Ink Suit Actor: Of his voice actor, Lil Romeo.
    • The Obi-Wan: To Dil.
    • Physical God: Heavily implied to be a Cupid-esque figure trying to earn his wings, who is constantly denied because he keeps making people fall in love with the wrong people.
    • Shipper on Deck: Whoever he hits with his hacky sack falls in love with the first person they see.
    • Stealth Pun: Lil Q is a matchmaker. His voice actor's name is Lil Romeo. Do the math.



    • Gag Nose: He has a REALLY huge honker.
    • Meaningful Name: His fin-like mohawk, the feelings of fear he inspires in other players, and his almost habitual 'devouring' of opponents by beating them and taking their cards.
    • Stealth Pun: His name is Shark. He plays a card game. This makes him a card shark!

    Ryan Rodriguez


    Stu Pickles

    • Demoted to Extra: Remember all of those wacky mishaps with his inventions that practically made his character a fan favorite in Rugrats? Don't expect to see much of that here.
      • Though he certainly faired better than Drew.
    • Genius Ditz
    • Gadgeteer Genius: When his inventions work, that is.

    Didi Pickles

    • Mama Bear: When Pangborn went on about how Dil should learn to be normal, Didi got in the ex-wrestler's face and yelled at him.
    • Skunk Stripe: A mild one in her hair.
    • So Proud of You: Often towards Tommy and Dil.

    Grandpa Lou Pickles

    • Badass Grandpa: His war training really saved the day when he used his know-how to save the kids from a malfunctioning exhibit.
    • Cool Old Guy
    • Old Soldier: A kinder example. Would relate this stories to the kids about his time in the war.

    Grandpa Boris

    Charlotte Pickles

    • Character Development: Charlotte seems a lot more involved in her daughter's life than she was in Rugrats, and has basically taken over Drew's role as the authority figure in the household.
    • Hot Mom: After Season 2, anyway.
    • Just the Way You Are: Averted. Somebody should have really told her this, because her cosmetic surgery winds up giving her a...
    • Nightmare Face: Her face actually made Didi scream in terror.
      • It gets somewhat better in Season 2 onwards, explained in "Interview With a Campfire" as the result of a few touch ups.
    • Shout-Out: Her disco outfit in the pilot is one to Madonna.

    Drew Pickles

    • Demoted to Extra: He's barely seen in the series and doesn't even talk save for a few episodes. It's particularly noticeable when you realize that Michael Bell also voices Chaz, who appeared often.
      • Averted in "Brothers Grimm", where he plays a major role in the episode with Stu.

    Chaz Finster

    Kira Finster

    Betty Deville

    Howard Deville

    Hiro Watanabe

    • Disappeared Dad: Averted. He writes to his daughter Kimi often, and even visits her in one episode.


    Mr. Beaker

    Miss Guppy

    Miss O'Keats

    Principal Estes Pangborn

    Other Characters


    Armadillo Dave