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"100 Deeds for Eddie McDowd" stars a school bully who got turned into a dog by a drifter for being a bad kid. He then ends up in the pound where he's adopted by the last kid he bullied. From there, Eddie McDowd has to perform 100 good deeds in order to become a kid again. Written by
Fun enjoyable comic romp, better than some nick shows.
One of the best nick romps of recent years, I have to thank god they didn't bring back Clarissa instead of starting this show (there was some talk about this). A big bully is turned into a dog by "The Drifter"(as referred to in the later episodes), and he has to do a 100 good deeds to become a boy again, with the help of Justin, a shy geek in old episodes, and a shy cool guy with computer in the later episodes.
The acting is pretty good, but with the addition of Tori, who's supposed to be British but certainly American. The acting goes down to average.
Enjoyment: 5/5 Violence: 1/5 Family Viewing: 3/5
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