Caitlin Seeger is a troubled teenager. She was orphaned at age 8 and has been shuffled from one foster home to another ever since. She was forced to grow up fast and to learn how to survive... See full summary »
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1 win & 7 nominations. See more awards »

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 Caitlin Seeger (52 episodes, 2000-2002)
Cynthia Belliveau ...
 Dori Lowe (52 episodes, 2000-2002)
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 Griffen Lowe (52 episodes, 2000-2002)
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 Jim Lowe (52 episodes, 2000-2002)
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 Eric Anderson (22 episodes, 2000-2002)
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Caitlin Seeger is a troubled teenager. She was orphaned at age 8 and has been shuffled from one foster home to another ever since. She was forced to grow up fast and to learn how to survive on the streets of Philadelphia. After running afoul of the law one time too many, she is given the choice between jail and going to live with relatives on a ranch in Montana. Upon arriving in Montana, the street-hardened young girl experiences the ultimate culture shock. Written by Anonymous

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11 March 2000 (USA)  »

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Just a Kid  »

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The show was originally shot in two 26 episode seasons. "Beautiful Dreamers", "Belated Birthday", "Icicle" and "Side Kicks" were aired during season two, but were shot with the other 22 first season episodes. The long break between airings of episodes "Mother of the Year" and "Bowlerama" has led to the listing of a Season 3 for the last 10 episodes. See more »

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Follows Stray Dog (1999) See more »

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World's Gone Crazy
Written by Carson Cole, Roy Salmond
Performed by Carson Cole
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Nick TV Series Proves To Do Well

While flipping through the channels, I stumbled upon Nickleodeon. I watch this channel religiously when Cheers, Roseanne, Wings, Cosby Show and Three's Company are on in the evenings.

While the acting may not have been top notch, and the cinematography was a little too cliche'd and dramatic for my tastes, the script seemed to do well, by keeping my attention. The one major drawback of the series is the constant music, for tense, dramatic and 'action' scenes, when the kids were on their dirtbikes. If they scaled back the amount of music, the series would have been even better.

Not great or near great, but definitely better than most TV shows. And if they can keep a 20-something year interested in the show when it was geared for kids, then my hat goes off to the director and producers.

7.5 out of 10.


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