Remember the good old days when you would rush home after school, grab a snack and then turn on the
Well, we can live out those glory days with the new Lizzie McGuire reboot that is coming out! Lizzie McGuire was a staple of my childhood and, honestly, I miss watching those episodes.
With this new reboot, what better way to celebrate than binge-watch all the episodes. All Lizzie McGuire episodes are amazing, but here are just five of my
One of the Guys: Season 3 Episode 33
When I was growing up, gender binaries were all the craze and questions of “are you a girly girl or a tomboy” were the
Clue Less: Season 2 Episode 23
I love murder mysteries, so this episode was
Last Year’s Model: Season 2 Episode 16
Lizzie becomes a minor celebrity after
When Moms Attack: Season 1, Episode 3
Lizzie and her friends are excited to go on a class trip, as it would mean that they would be away from their parents. However, Lizzie’s mom decides to join as a chaperone because, well, she’s a good mom who didn’t want the trip to be cancelled. This episode is so pure. Lizzie’s mom — her name is Josephine, but I never knew that and it feels wrong to say her name — helps the girls plan revenge on the boys and even takes the fall for them. This episode makes you appreciate your mom for everything she does.
Lizzie in the Middle: Season 2 Episode 15
Full disclosure: I loved Malcolm in the Middle and Agent Cody Banks when I was younger. This episode features Frankie Muniz and was filmed before Hilary Duff was set to play Natalie Connors in Agent Cody Banks. It’s really interesting to see Muniz and Duff act together before the movie. Crossover episodes are the shit. Also, this episode shines a light on the challenges child stars face and sends a great message to fans that celebrities are people too.
Lizzie McGuire isn’t perfect; there are some consistency errors (like Lizzie playing soccer) and problems in their portrayal of difficult subjects. However, this show remains memorable and holds a special place in my heart.