Kimi Watanabe-Finster is a fictional character on the animated television series Rugrats and spin-off All Grown Up!. She is voiced by actress Dionne Quan and first appeared in Rugrats in Paris in 2000. She is the stepsister of Chuckie Finster; born into a Japanese family, she was the last character to be introduced to the Rugrats character list when her mother, Kira, married Chas Finster, the father of Chuckie Finster, a regular character on the show. She later appeared in the series All Grown Up!. She appeared in every Rugrats film except for The Rugrats Movie.
Kimi was the last addition to the cast of Rugrats, making her first appearance in the second Rugrats movie, Rugrats in Paris. In Rugrats, the one and a half year old Kimi was portrayed as very brave and often stumbled into dangerous situations she was too naïve to recognize, often bringing her new stepbrother, Chuckie Finster, along, much to his dismay. He described her as "another Tommy" upon meeting her.
She is depicted as being chubby with purple hair, tied up in three pigtails on top of her head. She wears a pink shirt, yellow dress with a purple cat on it, wearing a diaper underneath (like Lil) and purple cowgirl boots.
She was introduced as Chuckie's new stepsister, after her mother, Kira Watanabe-Finster, married Chuckie's father, Chas Finster, after she divorce Hiro Watanabe, Kimi's father. . Oddly enough though, in Finsterella, both Kira and Chas announced that they had each adopted Chuckie (Kira adopted him as his official mother) and Kimi (By Chas as her official father), they are still referred as stepchildren. This marriage and the changes it brought to the Finster family were used in Rugrats to teach the child viewers, by demonstration, about adapting to such drastic changes caused by divorce and remarriage. In Kimi Takes the Cake, it's Kimi's birthday.
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