A completely normal 13-year old girl, living a completely normal life. She goes to a completely normal school, with students, and her best friends, Miranda and David Gorden "Gordo". They help her in situations where she is stuck and needs help and depends on them. Her home life is completely stereotypical, with a Nuclear Family that consists of her gnome-loving dad, Sam; level-headed mom, Jo, and bratty brother, Matt. Written by
The broadcast version Lizzie McGuire: Gordo's Video (2002), is different than the DVD version for some regions. In the original version, Gordo not only distorts Miranda's voice for the final cut of his film, but also distorts everyone else's and blurs out their faces, including Kate and Claire. Most of the students watching the film look very amused. In the DVD version however, Gordo only distorts Miranda's voice but shows the faces and uses the original voices of the kids he filmed. The students watching look embarrassed and upset. See more »
Kate's last name switches from "Saunders" to "Sanders" during the earliest part of the first season. See more »
Yeah, well, there's lots of weird stuff in this world - tofu bacon, hairless cats, country music.
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After the credits are outtakes of the actors and Animated Lizzie. See more »
This show is cute and innocent. It deals with simple problems that everyday middle schoolers go through. It is usually easy to follow and fun. Lizzie and her friends deal with not complicated, harsh issues but ones that teens still face such as boyfriends, peer troubles, a first job, "my crazy family", stuff like that. I also like it because it's appropriate for anyone while still appealing (at least a little, admit it, it IS addicting!!!) to the older genre. Also, Hilary Duff does a good job playing her part as Lizzie, and her T.V. family seems so real to me, like they really seem like they work together as a "real" family. This is a cute show that any age can and will enjoy.
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