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I suppose I should introduce myself. I'm Lisa. Guess we'll be working together.
Andy "Fish" Troutner:
Uh, yeah. I'm Fish, this is Krak. You know, I was thinking, if we pull together we can do a lot for our class.
Blah, blah. Just keep your head down and I'll try not to step on it on my way to the top.
Henry "Krak" Krakowski:
That is one nasty women.
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I saw "Go Fish" on my cable guide moments before its premiere. At first, I thought that it would be just another stupid summer show! But then I remembered last Summer's Survivor, so I figured that ALL summer premieres can't be all THAT bad! So I decided to watch the first two episodes, hoping to revive some of my classic feelings I had while watching episodes of "Saved by the Bell" for the first time..... and it was so much fun!
The main character is Andy Troutner (Kieran Culkin, Macauly's brother), nicknamed Fish. He has two friends nicknamed Krak and Hazard. The show brings you through their high school years!! Their adventures are full of love, hate, trouble, crushes, fights, weird situations, weird teachers, and much much more. It also shows Andy's older brother, Pete (Will Friedle, the older brother from Boy Meets World) and Pete's new adventures as a teacher at the same high school straight out of college. It doesn't hurt that there are many good-looking girls in this show (Kimberly Ellis and many more)! The show is good, not trash, and makes you laugh and feel for the characters who aren't exactly the most popular crayons in the box! It's funny and somewhat satrical of high school!
The show is one of my new favorite shows! It has great actors, plus great, hilarious performances by Andy Dick as the crazy Drama teacher! The show is funny, touching, and just all around great entertainment!!
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