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As Told by Ginger 

The TV cartoon follows a preteen girl named Ginger Foutley, along with two friends, as they try to fit in social life as well in school and try to avoid any embarrassments.
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 Blake Gripling / ... 33 episodes, 2000-2009
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 Darren Patterson / ... 32 episodes, 2000-2009
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 Brandon Higsby / ... 24 episodes, 2000-2009
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The TV cartoon follows a preteen girl named Ginger Foutley, along with two friends, as they try to fit in social life as well in school and try to avoid any embarrassments.

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Someone once told me the grass is much greener on the other side.

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The two part episode "The Wedding Frame" is the series finale to the show. Nickelodeon didn't originally want the show to end the show after the episode and wanted the staff to change the ending to the episode just in case there were more seasons renewed. After a few agreements, the network decided to let the original ending to the episode. See more »

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Joann Bishop: She didnt use cheap tuna did she? I'm allergic to mercury.
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Best thing out of Nick in awhile, IMO
17 April 2006 | by See all my reviews

This show is pretty good and a lot better than shows like 'Zoey 101' and 'Romeo!', which are completely unrealistic. Although this is a cartoon I can still relate with stuff on it (I am still in school so I can def. relate) like having friends get jealous because your new boyfriend is taking all your time away from them, although these are usually the really attached ones. It's different than a lot of pre-teen/young teen shows because it actually deals with real things apart from school bullies and the same old clichés. Even though the main char. Ginger's best friend Dodie is really obsessed with becoming popular, I don't believe Ginger is. She is just an average girl whose everything gets mixed up because the most popular girl thinks she might be okay. If Ginger was so into becoming popular she would of immediately ditched her best pals and gone and become one of Courtney's clique. This show deals with real things, including death, first time using makeup or shaving legs (I know, not such a big deal as death, but the younger audience will still relate with these changes in themselves). I totally recommend this show for anyone that is open to watching pre-teenish shows, especially when they're good like 'As Told by Ginger'.


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