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|Alyssa Jasmine Carmichael|
|Also Known As||Alyssa Carmichael|
|Birth Date||September 12, 1975 (Rugrats 1991)|
September 12, 2005 (Rugrats 2021)
26 (All Grown Up!)
Talking on the phone
|Relatives||Susie Carmichael (sister)|
Randy Carmichael (father)
Lucy Carmichael (mother)
Edwin Carmichael and Buster Carmichael (brothers)
Chowder (pet cat)
Great Aunt T (great aunt)
Charles (great uncle)
|Enemies||Buster Carmichael (sometimes) (Rugrats only)|
|Voice Actor||Kath Soucie (The Last Babysitter)|
Bettina Bush (Junior Prom-onwards)
|First Appearance||"Meet the Carmichaels" (1993)|
|Last Appearance||"In the Family's Way" (2007)|
Alyssa Jasmine Carmichael she is the oldest daughter as well as the oldest child in the Carmichael family. Alisa and the rest of her family made their first appearance in "Meet the Carmichaels". Alyssa is a typical teenager; she desires more independence, loves gossiping on the phone, enjoys hanging out with her friends and boyfriend, Tad, and is also overly concerned about her appearance (she once overreacted when her younger sister, Susie, unintentionally pointed out a zit to her). In the original series, Alyssa is 16 years old, thirteen years older than Susie, so she's old enough to drive a car. Like Angelica Pickles' mom, Charlotte, Alyssa spends much of her free time talking on the phone. Alyssa feels that her parents (mainly her father) treat her like a little kid instead of having to treat her like a teenager, and wants to be more independent, but despite that, Alyssa enjoys spending time with her younger siblings (especially Susie), and even enjoys reading children's books to her sister and Tommy Pickles.
In "The Last Babysitter", Alyssa is finally given a chance to prove to her parents (mainly her father) that she's responsible by babysitting her siblings and Tommy while their parents go to a concert. But just as she does, the lights go off and she gets nervous as she hears some noise downstairs. Her younger brother, Buster, volunteers to go and see for her, then rushes up saying there was "something" downstairs. Insisting she call their parents, but as she does the phone's dead. Susie watching this, and also desires to help her older sister with her baby-sitting job, gets Tommy to sneak upstairs with her and look for the "monster". As they do, Alyssa realizes their gone and begins to worry when she can't find them downstairs, oblivious that Buster's enjoying seeing her freak out. After exploring the second floor, Susie and Tommy find the "monster's" hair and come back downstairs, showing it to her. But Alyssa begins to piece everything together when she realizes that they had found Buster's old wig for his Halloween costume the previous year. As they go to investigate Buster's room, she realizes that he and his friend, Sticky, had decided to play a prank on her for sending him home. To which Alisa stands her ground, making them fix the lights, sending Sticky home and sending Buster to bed early for the prank. Afterwards, Alyssa thanks Susie and Tommy for being there for her.
Alyssa also makes an appearance in the spin-off series, All Grown Up!, in "Susie Sings the Blues". After Susie's falsely told she has to come up with $1000 to fund an audition, Kimi reveals that Alyssa and her boyfriend were saving to buy a house, so Susie goes to ask her for the money. After some convincing, she reluctantly agrees to loan Susie the money, only for Susie to be tricked by the con artist named Beverly Jones. In the end, while Alyssa is obviously very mad at her sister, she's glad that Susie's okay and calmly allows to pay her back.
- Alyssa gave Susie $1,000 to become a "pop-star", but only to be swindled by Beverly Jones.
- Alyssa has a daughter.
- Alyssa's husband is a man named Ty.
- While her parents and younger sister have all made appearances, it's currently unknown if Alyssa (along with Buster and Edwin) will appear in the 2021-reboot of Rugrats -- so far in the reboot, Susie appears to be an only child, as their haven't been any mentions of her parents having any kids outside of her.