POOL PARTY- Lizzie is invited to the hottest party of the year, but will she make a splas- or end up looking like a drip?
PICTURE DAY- It's time for the dread school photo. Worst of all, Lizzie's Mom wants her to wear that 'really nice' sweater that granny knitted. Social embarassment looms...
RUMOURS- Lizzie accidently starts a rumour about the most popular girl in school- and now its rebounding on her and her friends- bih time!
IVE GOT RHYTHMIC- Oh the shame of it! Lizzie discovers that her hidden talent is Rhythmic Gymanastics - the geekiest sport in the known universe.
WHEN MOM ATTACKS- The school field trip gives Lizzie a chance of a weekend of bliss away from her overbearing mother- until Mom volunteers to be a chaperone.
JACK OF ALL TRADES- Lizzie and her friends take their job apititude tests. Is Gordo really destined for a career as a card shark? And why does Lizzies little brother insist on being called M-Dogg?
Unlike many teen series on the television, this one actually has something to say. And the cartoon Lizzie offering her tidbits of philosophy is very cool. Hillary Duff, who plays Lizzie, seems to be right at home in character, and her supporting cast slot into place well to.
Overall Lizzie McGuire speaks not only to parents, I think, but to the kids as well, in a way that is both entertaining and thought provoking.
Moms and Dads, get it, they wont be disappointed :-)