All grown Up Wiki

 Bad Kimi is the third episode from Season 1. It aired on November 29, 2003.


In Science class while building grapefruit batteries, the school bad-boy, Z, explodes his cau


Kimi is upset when her friends aren't the nicest towards Z.

sing bits to become lodged in Chuckie's nose. When Chuckie has to go to the nurse, the teacher, Mr. Beaker, partners Kimi with Z for the experiment. Kimi hits it off with Z whom she admires for being an individual. Chuckie, however, is horrified at the thought of Kimi hanging around with a bad-boy, however, the rest of the gang encourage him not to judge a book by its cover. Chuckie is not convinced and encourages them to help spy on Z. When they look in his locker they find it full of electronics which Chuckie believes to be stolen. Chuckie later skips class to follow Z to the arcade and records him telling a sketchy guy telling him to meet him at the alley behind the warehouse on 10th. When Chuckie learns that Kimi plans on meeting Z that night he lets her listen to the tape.


Kimi's new look shocks her dad.

Kimi pretends to be heartbroken and goes into the the bathroom but sneaks out to the window to meet Z. When Chuckie and the boys arrive in the alley, Chuckie catches Z and Kimi entering a truck with a lot of merchandise. Chuckie swerves his bike in front of the truck causing to stop. When he confronts Z, he finds out the


Kimi finally forgives her friends for what they did.

merchandise is for charity to help raise money for inner-city schools and that the sketchy man is Z's dad. Kimi is angry and says she will never forgive Chuckie but Z encourages her to cut her friends and brother some slack since they only did what they did because they cared about her.

Sub Plot[]

Meanwhile, Angelica wants to attend a new accessory store's opening at the mall, but she has her online advice chat at the same time. Reluctantly she agrees to let her friend Harold take over her chat for the night. Harold realises he enjoys helping people and is hurt when Angelica comes back the next to resume her duties. Susie helps Harold set up his own advice column called Hey Harold! much to Angelica's disapproval. Although, when Harold gets his own column he realises that he cannot take the pressure of trying to help everyone and tells Angelica she can have her own column back.

Previous Episode More Episodes Next Episode
Susie Sings the Blues Episode Guide Chuckie's in Love