Susie Sings the Blues

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All Grown Up!
"Susie Sings the Blues"
Season 1, Episode 2
Airdate: August 26, 2003 (video)
November 27, 2003 (TV)
Written by: Sheila M. Anthony
Directed by: Jim Duffy
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"Susie Sings the Blues" is the second episode of All Grown Up!, though it was the first one in production order. It was first released in the US on the All Grown Up!: Growing Up Changes Everything VHS and DVD before airing on Nickelodeon on November 27, 2003.


After meeting a woman from a talent agency, Susie begins to believe that she has the talent needed to become an international pop star. The woman tells Susie that she has many prospective clients ready to meet her, provided she pays $1,000. Unable to come up with the money on her own or ask her parents for it, she turns to her older sister, Alisa, who has been saving up for a house. Alisa agrees to give her the money, however, when Susie arrives at the building she was told to meet at, she discovers it is deserted. Completely devastated, Susie goes home and tells her sister about the lost money. Alisa is understanding, but angry that Susie put her life at risk. Despite her setback, Susie goes onstage at Chas and Betty’s cafe, the Java Lava, for a talent night and is a huge success.

Meanwhile, after seeing a group of students getting punished for a school prank Chuckie decides that he is tired of playing it safe and decides to reinvent himself as Chuck - a boy who is not afraid of taking risks. With the reluctant help of Tommy, Chuckie superglues all of the basketball team’s sneakers to the bathroom ceiling but does not get caught for the prank. So Chuckie and Tommy rig the soda and ice cream machines to explode all over Vice Principal Pangborn and replace his diploma with a photocopy of Chuckie’s butt. When they go to his office, the boys discover that Pangborn is a closet poet and inadvertently encourage him to read some of his works at the Java Lava. Inspired by Chuckie’s daringness, Pangborn only tells the boys to clean up their mess, much to Chuckie’s disappointment.

Home video releases

  • All Grown Up!: Growing Up Changes Everything
  • All Grown Up!: Growing Up Changes Everything
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