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Season 1 Episode 14/15
All Grwon Up Interview Witch A Campfire
Interview With a Campfire
Original Airdate June 26, 2004
VHS release Interview with a Campfire
DVD release Interview With a Campfire

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"Interview With a Campfire" is a Season 1 episode of All Grown Up!.

Characters Present


Camp Everwood seems like the perfect opportunity for Tommy's horror movie to take flight, especially when they learn the curse of Camp Everwood. The camp package contains brain-eating zombies, missing settlers, creepy pioneer Rock, the worst musical in history (Starring—who else? Angelica Pickles), and a mystery that is just dying to be solved. But when people start to go missing, can Tommy and the gang figure out just what happened on that same soil, over 100 years ago?


  • Phil: (to Chuckie and Tommy) I don't think it's (something's) a great idea, I watched enough scary movies, you know?!

  • Bean: (is revealed to be a deadite in Tommy's film) Ain't never had a brain or nothing. (All kids scream.)

  • Susie: Congratulations, Angelica.
  • Angelica: I KNEW I GET THE LEAD!!!!


  • This is the first two part episode in All Grown Up!; the other two part episodes are "Dude, Where's My Horse?" and "R.V. Having Fun Yet?".
  • The characters are in their season 1 designs, but have their season 2-5 colors.
  • This is the second time Chuckie wears a flannel shirt. The first was in "River Rats", where it was purple. Here, it's blue.
  • This is the first time that Susie's box braids are worn out of her usual ponytail.
  • It is shown that Chuckie is a very talented climber.
  • It's also mentioned that Chas can whistle in three octaves, a talent he only discovered when he was seventeen years old.
  • Ending tagline: *Kira coughs twice*
  • For some reason this episode is in the Season 2 DVD.
  • This episode reveals that Lucy is a modest singer, calling herself "tone-deaf" compared to Betty's singing.
  • The title is a reference to the 1994 movie Interview with the Vampire.
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