In Rugrats Go Wild, she wears a cyan dress with teal and green tropical grasses on it, her braided hair is tied up in three teal hairties with teal flowers at each end and teal and green sandals and a pink bracelet.
Mr. Carmichael insists that he stays in his current neighborhood, calling his neighbors inspiration and a "writer's goldmine". Also, while Susie and Angelica still treat each other as rivals (especially at singing, see "Susie Sings The Blues" and "It's Karma, Dude!" Susie helps Angelica find her doll in "Saving Cynthia". Creators of Rugrats named the character Susie (actual name Susanna) as an homage to Leonard Cohen's song "Suzanne", despite differences in spelling, since her mom, As smart and cautious she may be, Susie was swindled out of $1,000 from a woman named.
Susie was brought in as a "foil" to Angelica, as she is Angelica's biggest rival and helps the babies to stand up to the mean-spirited toddler, acting like a deuteragonist to them. An example of this is seen in Rugrats in Paris: The Movie, where she is shown to be fluent in French at only three or four years old. All grown Up Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community. "), the two will often help each other. Susie is a girl of African-American descent. She is given a larger role in Rugrats Go Wild, as she tags along with the others, and uses her video camera to record their adventure. Despite the rivalry, she does try to get along with Angelica, and tries to befriend her. Susie has appeared in many episodes of Rugrats, with her first appearance being in "Meet the Carmichaels". Also, in "The Stork", she explains to Angelica where babies really come from, her knowledge presumably because her mother, a doctor, felt that Susie should know the truth and not lies. In "Be My Valentine", Susie shows a romantic interest in Timmy McNulty, and even makes a valentine for him. Susie Carmichael is voiced by Cree Summer who also played Kida from Atlantis: The Lost Empire, Penelope from Barbie as Rapunzel, Cleo from Clifford: The Big Red Dog, Abigali Lincoln from Codename: The Kids Next Door, Pilgrim from Kermit's Swamp Years, and Khannie from The Wacky World of Tex Avery. As a child, her braided hair is tied up in three red hairties with red flowers at each end and she wears a yellow dress with purple wavy lines on it, purple leggings, and red flats. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Since then, she has appeared in a majority of the episodes (although still in less than the other characters). Susie's energetic, optimistic, and quick to offer friendly advice and reassurance to an overwrought Rugrat. This is what's buzzing and it has people talking about relationships and what they actually mean in this day and age. His catchphrase would soon be "Or a bear!". Susie was brought in as a "foil" to Angelica, as she is Angelica's biggest rival and helps the babies to stand up to the mean-spirited baby, acting like a deuteragonist to them. They were a lot closer when they were younger but they are still very good friends and support each other in their ideas and adventures. Lil and Susie go to the mall and shop with Angelica and Kimi and hang out all the time. It has been hinted that Chuckie has a crush on her and that she might return it.
You can find Susie Carmichael gallery here. Like Angelica, she has many toys, even some that Angelica doesn't have, much to Angelica's personal annoyance. Out of all the children, Susie has the most siblings (with two older brothers and an older sister). Also, while Susie and Angelica are still rivals (especially at singing, as seen in episodes such as "Susie Sings The Blues" and "It's Karma, Dude!
But it never phases Angelica because she believes it's because she's jealous. Susie even helps Angelica find Cynthia in "Saving Cynthia". To punish her, she decides to tie Angelica's doll, Cynthia, to Chuckie's balloon and send it off, much to Angelica's personal horror, even though a low-flying airplane popped the balloon, sending Cynthia falling back down. The rivalry that Susie has with Angelica is due to Angelica being jealous of Susie.
Susie also has a much better understanding of how adults are, such as in the "Dummi Bear Dinner Disaster", where she began to realize that her father's boss would give the family money to move (although it was obvious that he was doing it to get him to write better material for the Dummi Bears show), and cries when she realizes he was enjoying himself. She has brown hair that alters throughout the series. But she's also a little kid. She and her family were introduced in … In a episode of All Grown Up!, "Interview With a Campfire", during a play depicting … Susanna Yvonna "Susie" Carmichael (Born April 9, 1988) is one of the main characters from Rugrats, All Grown Up! However, Timmy, being too naive, throws her valentine away, as he only wanted the button on it. She possesses the kind of wisdom you can only get from experience.
Angelica is Susie's best friend.
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was put into production, a press release for the show announced that "smart, spunky Susie (Cree Summer), still a crusader for what's right, upstages Angelica as a singer with real talent", which implied an increased role for Susie in the new spin-off.
Susie's also shown to be very intelligent for her age. Susie's energetic, optimistic, and quick to offer friendly advice and reassurance to an overwrought Rugrat. But Susie is shown to have a mean side, such as in "The Tricycle Thief" when she believes Angelica stole her tricycle (however for once Angelica didn't and just had a identical one). She's also a very supportive person such as in "The Slide" as she tries to help Chuckie get over his fear riding down slides and also ends up winning two fudge pops (from a bet with Angelica) once he overcomes his fear. Susie's energetic, optimistic, and quick to offer friendly advice and reassurance to an overwrought Rugrat. Susie is the main African-American child in the series.