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Julio Oscar Mechoso,
Amidst the sweeping cityscape of cosmopolitan Hong Kong, an ex-Marine falls in love with a ballerina from China. Against mounting cultural and religious pressure, the two star-crossed lovers risk it all in pursuit of true love.
Stanley J. Orzel
Jennifer Birmingham Lee,
I never thought I'd actually watch this show. I mean "Maybe It's Me" looked like a cleaver and funny show, but I wasn't exactly planning on staying home on Friday nights to watch a t.v. show. But now I plan on taping every single episode that I end up missing. Why? Well it's plain and simple. Fred Willard and Julia Sweeney do an awesome job at portraying parents that you really love even though they are annoying (like everyone's parents are). Then Reagan Dale Neis does an outstanding job as Molly Stage (the lead character). This newcommer is sure to have a wonderful future ahead for her in acting. Throw in the two cute brothers (Patrick Levis of So Weird and Shawn Sipos) and that only adds to the beauty of this show. Mia, played by Vicki Davis, does a wonderful job of adding humor to the show, and the twin sisters played by Daniella and Deanna Canterman add more humor. I was even thrilled to see Noah Bastain on the show (who knows for how many episodes). He charmed us in 2ge+her on MTV, and now is making us smile on Maybe It's Me.
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