This film is about Mary-Kate and Ashley turning sixteen years old and going on a road trip without parents. They are headed to Utah for the Olympics and arrive late. There are also scenes ... See full summary »
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This is not the first time that Mary-Kate and Ashley play sisters called Riley and Chloe. In their movie "Winning London" from a year prior, Mary-Kate played "Chloe Lawrence" and Ashley played "Riley Lawrence". The girls liked the names so much that they wanted to use them again for this series - only this time they switched them around, and used a new last name. In "So Little Time" Mary-Kate plays "Riley Carlsson" and Ashley plays "Chloe Carlsson". See more »
So you're a girl who happens to be my friend?
And I can tell people?
Hey Tony! Chloe's my...
Larry I am a girl who happens to be your friend! But if you value your life NEVER put those 2 words together.
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This is a refreshing show that the whole family can enjoy. It's nice to sit back and enjoy this funny show. The Olson Twins stand for true family television. Unfortunately, some smug adults did not like this show that centers on attracting children and teens, so the show got cancelled. Television shows such as this one should be judged only by children and young adults. "So Little Time" should have been allowed to continue on to provide good wholesome television for the whole family. With all of the trashy stuff on television, shows like So Little Time are a blessing.
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