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Some people might not like the wacky humor that is the best part of "Zoe, Duncan, Jack, and Jane," but I, for one, have not seen a show this clever and side-splittingly funny in a long time. I introduced it to my brother, uncle, and two cousins this summer, and they fell in love with it as well. They couldn't get enough of it, and were disappointed that there were only 13 episodes! Zoe (Selma Blair) is quirky and lovable, Jane (Azura Skye) is smart and funny, Jack (Michael Rosenbaum) is the money-loving adorable twin of Jane, and Duncan (David Moscow) is just a cute dimwit that you can't help loving. My favorite character, though, would have to be Breeny (Sara Rue--who's gone on to do the WB's "Popular".) The coolest thing about this show is that although the actors may not be teenagers (except for Azura Skye), they sure can act! These characters are just the best on TV and so is this show.
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