From my perspective, the show Lizzie McGuire is really good, as well as very well-written, too. Also, Hilary Duff is really amazing and has a naturalness when it comes to acting. She really brought Lizzie to life the way she did, and I am very proud of her, too. :)
(The way I see it, besides pretending to be someone who is fictional and sometimes different from the actor playing the character in real life, acting is using the imagination one was given.)
So, with that, here are some of my favorite quotes from some of the Lizzie McGuire episodes that I recall the best:
I like the episode Dear Lizzie; it’s really cool, as it has the concept of the advice column in it. Plus, from my perspective, advice columns are pretty neat, too. :)
“Dear Lizzie, My little sister is incredibly annoying. She goes through all my stuff, she listens in on my phone calls and is a total pain. But my parents think she’s totally adorable. What do I do? Signed, I Want To Be An Only Child.”
That email was a pretty great start for Lizzie’s advice column, and her advice — suggesting that Parker get a lock for her room and look for an out-of-state college — sounded pretty neat,...
Here are my thoughts on the Season 1 Lizzie McGuire episode Scarlett Larry. Basically, I find it to be an awesome episode, as well as very neat and inspiring, too. Plus, the way I see it, Lizzie learned an important lesson: never jump to conclusions about someone because of how they might look to others — sometimes, they’re worth taking a second look at. And that’s what she does when it comes to Larry Tudgeman; she realizes that there is a whole lot more to him than meets the eye.
While square-dancing during gym class, Lizzie discovers that one of her classmates has a crush on her —...
One of my favorite episodes is “The Gordo Shuffle” from Season 2. For one thing, Lizzie doesn’t get in trouble (which usually means being grounded) for once. Instead, it’s her friend Gordo who gets into an ordeal and has to learn a lesson the hard way — although this ordeal is one that he’s unable to handle by himself.
It begins when Gordo gets a credit card in the mail. This credit card, he tells Lizzie and her crush Ethan Craft, has him pre-approved for a $5,000 line of credit.
However, Gordo soon learns the hard way that a credit card is the kind of card that has to be paid off...