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Erik von Detten,
Tucker and Becca are close friends. So close that they live next door to one another with facing second story windows and share a birthday. Tucker is at times an absent minded goof-off while Becca tends to be opinated and in a hurry to grow up. Now in middle school, they find themselves caught in everyday events that turn into comical adventures. Throughout the show, Tucker, Becca, and their friends speak directly to the audience, telling the story as they remember how much more simple everything was when they were five. If they can survive junior high, then their friendship can survive anything. Written by
The best episode has to be the one where they had to take care of that doll baby thing for home economics class and the doll straight falls into the toaster and he like duct tapes a claw hand on it, takes it to school and turns the baby Godzilla loose on a 100% food Tokyo I still laugh about that, until I see him set himself on fire in hostage, then I think maybe he did that to the doll as an experiment for future use. Another good one is the burn book or whatever it was called, and they called that girl the hickey queen, and Gooch whatever happened to him. I'm telling you that show was the greatest. My sisters and I still laugh about it.
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