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Parents need to know that Lizzie and her friends are constantly grappling with notions of social acceptance and what it takes to be a "cool kid."
Lizzie and Miranda learn their favourite kids' show is coming to town, and are determined to go, despite now being far too old. Kate sees them there, and tells everyone, so they're teased when they get to school.
Lizzie worries that her athleticism will be a big turn-off to the guys after she makes a game-saving tackle.
Mr. Dig comes to Lizzie's house for dinner; Matt tries to get a good grade by inviting his teacher to dinner.
Gordo has a brilliant idea - he'll use his credit card to buy the props and equipment that he needs to make his film. Soon he reaches his limit and the film's not finished.
Miranda has a huge party and invites everyone - except Tudgeman. Lizzie's so sorry for him that she and Gordo convince him to come along in disguise.
Gordo remembers his grandma as a quiet, conservative woman and is shocked when she visits. Now she's full of fun, wears a kimono and eats sushi, but is that an improvement?
Hearts are fluttering when a hunky new English teacher arrives. Lizzie, Miranda, Kate and Veruca all fight to be noticed, and it leads to friction.
Lizzie's dreading the McGuires' annual trip to an Old West town, so she invites her friends along. When she tries to ditch her family she realises the trip is about spending time with them, not just a holiday.
Gordo finds out why Parker turned down his invitation to the dance, while Matt embellishes his family tree for a school assignment.
A water pipe has burst, so Matt has moved into Lizzie's room. As if that wasn't bad enough, she and her friends must find another group to join as part of a project promoting school unity.
It's the end of junior high, when the kids sign yearbooks and reminisce, while worrying about high school. Gordo's also worried whether he should reveal his true feelings for Lizzie in what he writes in her book.
Lizzie and gang take part in a who-dunnit, and Lizzie realizes her true feelings for Gordo.
Lizzie becomes the agony aunt on the school's website, but some of her advice backfires, and she realises that some of the problems were more complex than she first thought.
Lizzie's determined to get 11 of her pictures in the school's yearbook, although the editor is not so keen and takes them out.
Lizzie's float for the Christmas parade gets a boost from a singing Santa (Steven Tyler).
A food fight earns Lizzie, Kate and Tudgeman a detention, part of which consists of cleaning up the mess and finding out who started it. They each seem to have different ideas.
Lizzie, Miranda and Kate sneak off to an unchaperoned party at Kate's. The partygoers are much older than them, and when things start to get out of hand they get worried.
Gordo is doing really well at school and gets a chance to go into the next class early, but that means leaving his friends behind, and he can't decide what to do.
Lizzie and Gordo worry about Miranda's diet; Matt expresses interest in the fine arts.
Mr Digs' old friend Frankie Muniz is now a star, and comes to visit the school. He asks Lizzie out, and she discovers that underneath all the celebrity, stars are just ordinary people.
When Lizzie acts as mentor to a group of younger girls, they start to copy everything she does and wears.
Kate broke the head off a statue of the school's former principal, and Lizzie's the only one who knows who did it. But the dance has been cancelled until the culprit owns up: should Lizzie tell all?
Lizzie is determined to win the school yearbook's Best Dressed competition, and out-dress Kate for once. She's set her heart on a trendy pair of hip-huggers, but neither she nor her family can afford them.
Lizzie hears that a friend has made the Olympic diving team and is worried her life is going nowhere, but what career would suit her?
Lizzie and Miranda's friendship is put in jeopardy when Lizzie won't testify to Miranda's innocence after she's accused of shoplifting at the mall.
Something really odd is going on: after Matt and Lizzie argue, they find themselves in each other's bodies. How will they cope at school?
Lizzie asks Ethan to be her partner for the dance, but he says he sees her more as a friend. She's determined to turn herself into the sort of girl he will fancy.
Lizzie doesn't want to babysit for Matt, and things get worse when Matt and Lanny destroy their dad's prize autographed football. Soon Lizzie's learning some important lessons in parenting.
An argument between Lizzie, Miranda and Gordo leads to some unlikely pairings when they partner up for a class scavenger hunt.
Lizzie learns about financial independence, and Matt expresses his devotion to Miranda.
When Kate hurts her arm she's forced to stop being head of the cheerleading squad. Her replacement is such a tyrant that Lizzie, Miranda and Gordo are determined to get Kate back in the squad fast.
Lizzie tries to be best friends with her mom, and Matt and Lanny find a chimpanzee.
Lizzie, Miranda and Gordo go on an outrageous Spanish game show, and the language barrier means they find themselves up to their waists in rice pudding.
Lizzie finally has her first boyfriend, and he's not all what her friends expected. She's obsessed with him, and Miranda and Gordo think something must be done.
Gordo marks his transition into manhood with his Bar Mitzvah, but finds other ways to celebrate too. Meanwhile, Sam is forced to do his fair share of parenting.
Gordo captures embarrassing footage of his fellow students on hidden cameras, and Matt wants to be a daredevil.
Miranda has a crush on Ryan, after she sees him in a play. Trouble is, she can hardly speak, when she's around him. So, Lizzie tries to help her get a date.
Lizzie and Kate are assigned as partners on a social studies project; Matt convinces everyone he is psychic, but Jo sets out to find the truth.
Lizzie's grandmother sends her a game and Gordo becomes so obsessed with it that he starts neglecting his school work. So Lizzie and Miranda think it's time to intervene before he gets into trouble.
On the advice of her mother, Lizzie decides to go out with a geeky kid named Larry; Sam, Matt and Gordo try to refurbish an old downhill racer.
Lizzie, Gordo and Miranda enter a competition hoping to win a trip to Miami, and Matt and Lanny start a band.
Kate believes that a prop from the horror movie 'Day of the Dead' has turned her friends into zombies.
Lizzie appears in a fashion show and is a great success. However, the fame goes to her head and she quickly discovers that being a celebrity isn't always the fun it's supposed to be.
A famous director arrives at school and picks Gordo to star in his documentary, but he wants Gordo to be confrontational, and this upsets his friends. So Gordo must choose between friends or fame.
Lizzie's plans with Ethan and her dad clash on the same night, and Miranda tries to help Gordo overcome his bowling phobia.
Lizzie and Miranda are thrilled when Gordo begins tutoring Ethan Craft, and Matt and his friend become ineffective superheroes.
Lizzie and Miranda envy the time Gordo spends with his girlfriend; Matt gets candy using newfound math skills.
After sneaking into an R rated movie, Lizzie saves a moviegoer's life and is interviewed by the local news.
Lizzie (Hilary Duff) is forced to attend the school's golf tournament handcuffed to Matt (Jake Thomas).
While Lizzie becomes obsessed with doing good deeds, Matt takes his duties as a hall monitor too seriously.
Lizzie (Hilary Duff) is intrigued by reports of a new student with celebrity status. With Jake Thomas, Hallie Todd and Robert Carradine.
Lizzie reports on the school play for the school magazine, and is in a quandary when her friend gives a terrible performance.
When Gordo's passion for lounge culture becomes the latest passing fad at school, he tries to find a new interest to stand out from the crowd.
Lizzie and Miranda go shopping for bras with Lizzie's mother; actor David Carradine gives Matt a helping hand.
A girl called Angel befriends Lizzie, and together they embark on a life of petty crime, sassy attitude and skipping school classes.
The class play-acts marriage in social studies. Lizzie 'marries' Gordo, but is jealous of Miranda, who has been paired with Ethan.
Lizzie (Hilary Duff) runs for class president; Matt (Jake Thomas) hoodwinks his parents into buying him presents.
Chaos erupts when Lizzie (Hilary Duff) baby-sits her little brother Matt (Jake Thomas) with the help of pals Gordo and Miranda (Adam Lamberg, Lalaine).
Lizzie and Miranda (Hilary Duff, Lalaine) sneak onto the set where pop star Aaron Carter (guest starring as himself) is shooting a music video.
Gordo is convinced that his science teacher is out to get him, leaving him doomed to life as a blackjack dealer - the career his aptitude test has predicted for him.
Lizzie discovers she is supremely gifted at rhythmic gymnastics, widely regarded as the geekiest sport in the universe.
Lizzie is invited to the hottest party of the year, but she can't go because of a family obligation. Worse yet, her best friend Miranda may go without her.
Lizzie is pleased at the prospect of a a weekend away from her mother, until she hears her mum is chaperoning the field trip.
Class pictures are going to be taken, and Lizzie's mother is insisting she wears the red sweater her grandmother knitted for her.
Lizzie inadvertently starts a hurtful rumour about Kate, the most popular girl in school.