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Andrew Lee Potts,
This show is a lot better than S Club 7 in Miami, if you ask me. In Miami, they worked with the horrible acting, non funny grouch and his brother, and that's all gone. In L.A. you have Linda Blair, who is of a bit higher caliber when it comes to acting, so that helps. Even tho both shows are fairly enjoyable, this show, I think, is of a much higher quality, and the different jobs the group gets are a lot more fun to watch.
The group has left Miami, and are supposed to be on their way back to England, but instead, at a crossroads, they take the road to L.A. to try to make it big as a musical act. When they get to L.A., they learn that it surely isn't as easy to make it big as a lot of people think it is. They all get small little jobs, and Bradley even lands a gig in a boy band, but none of it lasts very long, and they go from place to place all thru L.A. with one goal in my mind--become a famous musical group. The show is entertaining, but only to people who don't totally despise shows in this genre. If you do hate this genre, then you'll probably hate this show, because it's exactly like every other show starring an up and coming music act. BUT-- If you think you might remotely like the show, catch it on Fox Family channel, because you might enjoy it.
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