Lizzie McGuire (Season Two)

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2.01 – First Kiss
Directed by: Steve De Jarnatt | Written by: Terri Minsky
[ aired on February 8, 2002 ]



Lizzie meets Ronnie, a paper boy. She falls for him, and gets a series of firsts. First love, kiss, and heartbreak.

2.02 – El Oro De Montezuma
Directed by: Savage Steve Holland | Written by: Douglas Tuber & Tim Maile
[ aired on February 22, 2002 ]



Lizzie, Miranda and Gordo are obsessed with a Spanish game show, “El Oro de Montezuma.” Miranda’s cousin, Carlos, is scheduled to compete on the show and Lizzie and her friends decide to be on his team.

2.03 – Mom’s Best Friend
Directed by: Steve De Jarnatt | Written by: Douglas Tuber & Tim Maile
[ aired on March 8, 2002 ]



Lizzie and her mom become best friends after reading a book in social studies.

2.04 – The Rise and Fall of the Kate Empire
Directed by: Anson Williams | Written by: Nina G. Bargiel & Jeremy J. Bargiel
[ aired on March 15, 2002 ]



When Kate dislocates her shoulder during cheerleading practice, Claire usurps Kate’s position as captain.

2.05 – Working Girl
Directed by: Anson Williams | Written by: Nina G. Bargiel & Jeremy J. Bargiel
[ aired on March 29, 2002 ]



Miffed with her parents for not raising her allowance, Lizzie gets her first job as a busboy at the Digital Bean.

2.06 – And the Winner is
Directed by: Peter Montgomery | Written by: Melissa Gould
[ aired on April 26, 2002 ]



Lizzie, Miranda and Gordo have a fight and stop talking to each other. Meanwhile, Kate and Gordo, Miranda and Larry, and Lizzie and Ethan, are paired up for a treasure hunt-styled school project.

2.07 – The Longest Yard
Directed by: Steve De Jarnatt | Written by: Nina G. Bargiel & Jeremy J. Bargiel
[ aired on May 17, 2002 ]



Lizzie must watch Matt and Lanny and she tries to be responsible and stops the boys from playing with her dad’s prize possession, a football autographed by the legendary Walter Payton. But Matt and Lanny managed to deflate the football anyway. Lizzie and Matt know they’re in BIG trouble if they can’t get the ball fixed.

2.08 – Just Friends
Directed by: Mark Rosman | Written by: Douglas Tuber & Tim Maile
[ aired on June 14, 2002 ]



Lizzie learns what sort of things Ethan Craft is into in order to transform herself into his ideal date.

2.09 – Those Freaky McGuires
Directed by: Oz Scott | Written by: Melissa Gould
[ aired on June 28, 2002 ]



Lizzie and Matt switch bodies for a day, a la Freaky Friday. Matt (in Lizzie’s body) and Lizzie (in Matt’s body) go to each other’s school and end up in amusing situations.

2.10 – In Miranda Lizzie Does Not Trust
Directed by: Alan Cohn | Written by: Douglas Tuber & Tim Maile
[ aired on July 5, 2002 ]



Miranda accidentally bumps into a lipstick display, upsetting the contents, she hurriedly puts things right, then tells Lizzie and Gordo she wants to leave, but the security guard stops her and wants to check her purse. Inside he finds a brand of lipstick from the display. Miranda protests that she bought it at the store last week and asks Lizzie to back her up, but Lizzie doesn’t help her out.

2.11 – Over the Hill
Directed by: Savage Steve Holland | Written by: Alison Taylor
[ aired on July 12, 2002 ]



Lizzie starts feeling inferior when she realizes a lot of the other kids around her have special talents and skills that they’ve developed, including Gordo with his film making and Miranda with her violin.

2.12 – Best Dressed for Much Less
Directed by: Tim O’Donnell | Written by: Bob Thomas
[ aired on July 19, 2002 ]



Lizzie wants to be voted “best dressed” in her school and wants to buy an expensive pair of jeans, but her Mom refuses and insists on buying her clothes at discount store.

2.13 – You’re a Good Man, Lizzie McGuire
Directed by: Peter Montgomery | Written by: Alison Taylor
[ aired on July 26, 2002 ]



While Lizzie and Kate are stuck working together for the Spring Fling committee, Lizzie sees Kate knock over the bust of the school’s founding principal. When Principal Tweedy discovers this, he cancels the Spring Fling unless the person responsible comes forward.

2.14 – Just Like Lizzie
Directed by: Anson Williams | Written by: Melissa Gould
[ aired on August 9, 2002 ]



Lizzie begins mentoring a seventh-grader girl named Andie, who begins to mimic her characteristics and behave like Lizzie.

2.15 – Lizzie in the Middle
Directed by: Savage Steve Holland | Written by: Nina G. Bargiel & Jeremy J. Bargiel
[ aired on August 23, 2002 ]



Frankie Muniz visits, which puts a strain on Lizzie’s friendship with Miranda and Gordo.

2.16 – Inner Beauty
Directed by: Mark Rosman | Written by: Melissa Gould
[ aired on August 30, 2002 ]



Lizzie and Gordo worry about Miranda’s diet; Matt expresses interest in the fine arts.

2.17 – Movin’ On Up
Directed by: Mark Rosman | Written by: Nina G. Bargiel & Jeremy J. Bargiel
[ aired on September 13, 2002 ]



Gordo skips a grade and gets promoted to high school. After initial euphoria, Lizzie and Miranda start to miss Gordo.

2.18 – Party Over Here
Directed by: Savage Steve Holland | Written by: Alison Taylor
[ aired on September 20, 2002 ]



Kate’s having a big birthday party and she invites everyone from her class, including Lizzie, Miranda and Gordo. But Lizzie and Miranda’s parents refuse to let them go to the party as there would be no adults around. So, Lizzie, Miranda and Gordo lie to their parents and go to the party anyway.

2.19 – She Said, He Said, She Said
Directed by: Brian K. Roberts | Written by: Melissa Gould
[ aired on November 22, 2002 ]



A major food fight is raging in the cafeteria. Principal Tweedy walks in and sees Lizzie, Kate Sanders and Larry Tudgeman right in the middle of things and calls them to his office. For punishment, the three will have to clean up the huge mess and do some community service.

2.20 – Xtreme Xmas
Directed by: Savage Steve Holland | Written by: Douglas Tuber & Tim Maile
[ aired on December 6, 2002 ]



Lizzie fervently hopes to win the grand prize in the Christmas parade with her idea for a “Rock & Roll Christmas” float. The rest of the McGuire family are there, and they are charmed by an eccentric old man in an elf suit who calls himself Nobby Frostybump and seems to really believe he’s one of Santa’s elves!

2.21 – Lizzie’s Eleven
Directed by: Robert Carradine | Written by: Douglas Tuber & Tim Maile
[ aired on January 1, 2003 ]



Lizzie tries to get all eleven of her pictures in the school yearbook, but Kate has other plans.

2.22 – Dear Lizzie
Directed by: Mark Rosman | Written by: Nina G. Bargiel & Jeremy J. Bargiel
[ aired on January 24, 2003 ]



Lizzie starts a column on her school’s website, but soon finds it difficult to handle when her good intentions backfire.

2.23 – Clue-Less
Directed by: Peter Montgomery | Written by: Douglas Tuber & Tim Maile
[ aired on January 31, 2003 ]



Lizzie’s friends and family play a murder mystery party game at her house.

2.24 – Bye Bye Hillridge Junior High
Directed by: Ken Ceizler | Written by: Jaime Becker
[ aired on February 7, 2003 ]



As Lizzie and her friends get ready for graduation, Gordo tries to figure out the perfect thing to write in her yearbook.

2.25 – Bunkies
Directed by: Anson Williams | Written by: Bob Thomas
[ aired on February 21, 2003 ]



A water pipe bursts in a wall in Matt’s room and to Lizzie’s horror, she’ll have to share her room with her brother for a week until the repairs are done.

2.26 – A Gordo Story
Directed by: Savage Steve Holland | Written by: Nina G. Bargiel & Jeremy J. Bargiel
[ aired on February 28, 2003 ]



Parker, a girl that Gordo likes, turns down his offer to go with him to the school dance because of his height.

2.27 – Grubby Longjohn’s Olde Tyme Revue
Directed by: Steve De Jarnatt | Written by: Douglas Tuber & Tim Maile
[ aired on March 14, 2003 ]



The McGuire family members are all psyched about making their annual journey to Grubby Gulch, a “Wild West” theme park. But Lizzie, Miranda, and Gordo are reluctant to go for the trip.

2.28 – The Greatest Crush of All
Directed by: Rachel Feldman | Written by: Douglas Tuber & Tim Maile
[ aired on March 21, 2003 ]



Lizzie, Miranda and almost every girl in their class have a crush on their new English teacher.

2.29 – Grand Ole Grandma
Directed by: Savage Steve Holland | Written by: Melissa Gould
[ aired on April 4, 2003 ]



Gordo is irritated by his grandma’s new lifestyle choices.

2.30 – My Fair Larry
Directed by: Mark Rosman | Written by: Nina G. Bargiel & Jeremy J. Bargiel
[ aired on May 16, 2003 ]



Miranda is throwing a big house party, and refuses to invite Larry. Lizzie feels bad about it and decides to give him a makeover and sneak him into the party.

2.31 – The Gordo Shuffle
Directed by: Steve De Jarnatt | Written by: Melissa Gould
[ aired on June 13, 2003 ]



Gordo uses his new credit card to fund his newest movie. Lizzie warns him about his spending limit, which leads to a fight between the two.

2.32 – My Dinner With Mr. Dig
Directed by: Rusty Russ | Written by: Melissa Gould
[ aired on August 15, 2003 ]



Lizzie feels uneasy, when her dad becomes best friends with Mr. Dig.

2.33 – One of the Guys
Directed by: Steve De Jarnatt | Written by: Nina G. Bargiel & Jeremy J. Bargiel
[ aired on November 21, 2003 ]



Lizzie is invited to play touch football with the guys, but she is worried when Ethan calls her a “dude,” and she feels that she is losing her feminity by playing football.

2.34 – Magic Train
Directed by: Henry Chan | Written by: Amy Engelberg & Wendy Engelberg
[ aired on February 14, 2004 ]



Lizzie, Miranda, and Gordo go to see their childhood favorites Clover and Daisy live, keeping it hush so no one from school will find out-only to be shocked when the most popular girl in school is there on a babysitting job. Lizzie and friends remember that sometimes it’s great, just to be silly, willy, nilly, and extaslopadily. Meanwhile Matt comes up with a dirty scheme to make money.