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Dean Strickland: Bust a move, raise a roof.
Jon Lee: It's bust a shape.
Dean Strickland: Oh.
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The entire series itself grows on you, and Hollywood is no exception (so far)
16 September 2001 | by (Evansville, Indiana) – See all my reviews

I have negative comments on this site about the other two S CLUB 7 shows, and I do not apologize for them. At first glance, the show has very little to offer...but after a while of watching, the show and the band grow on you. Sure, they're horrible actors, and the plotlines are all ridiculous, but in the end, it all comes together in a nice little package that entertains for the half hour it runs. The new season was one I actually looked forward to, and after the first episode, it looks like more of the same...which, as it turns out, isn't so bad afterall. The band's music is actually pretty good, so it also goes a long way to push the show forward. In the end- as I said- it works.


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