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Swans Crossing was a short-lived half-hour serial following the lives, loves, and intrigues of twelve wealthy teenagers who stir up scandal and excitement in their small town. Among them are: Sydney Rutledge, the mayor's scheming daughter; Garrett Booth, a manipulative charmer and Sydney's blackmailing ex-boyfriend; Mila Rosnovsky, a former television star; and Neil Atwater, a young scientist who is trying to create the world's first self-propetuated rocket fuel. Written by
A VERY amazingly good show, and not just for "soapaholics"!
"Ooh, I love this.." Whoops, someone else quoted Garrett's much used catchline.
The reviewer who mentioned this as for the whole family's right on, and to that last poster, to each their own opinion, on the show being a waste (the one that said the episodes should be burned in the lake of filming!) I wish Stacey Moseley had become a major big screen star like SMG had,and that Cariksa Dahlbo had made it, like Sarah M.Gellar, Mira Sorvino and Brittany "That 80s Show"/"Sweet Valley High" Daniel did.
Very funny and surreal show, as already mentioned by others. No high school mentioned either! Just a pictoresque, Victorian like setting with all kinds of weird stuff happening, and songs like "Talk as Sweet as Honey","Pola Dot Pink", and the theme, "Gotta Grow Up Sometime"., Glad to see so many others rememebered it, and I was already thirty when it aired..:)
Fun show for the whole family..
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