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"Our Hero" is one of those shows that may not be the most groundbreaking thing on television, but still remains fun, creative, and addicting to watch overall. I would know- the first time I ever watched it (on a tape my friend made for me) was last week. Since then I've seen about five episodes, and I'm still eager for more. The show documents the life of Kale, a high school student with her own zine, and the escapades she endures with her two best friends, Ross and Mary E. The episodes are interspersed with little animated sequences (I'm not sure how else to describe them) that express her thoughts in more detail and connect to the audience a bit more. While the show is probably not engaging enough to attract a permanent audience in the older teenager range- it seems to be aimed at preteens and younger teenagers- it still is fun to keep track of, because it's entertaining. So if you're ever unsure if there's anything good on TV, and you see that "Our Hero" is on, go take a look. If anything, you probably won't hate it. Sarah
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