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The acting isn't too great, but the plot is interesting. The stories aren't always, but it has potential. I saw the pilot one nite when I was up late and since then I've been watching when I catch it on.
I'm trying to figure out what the poster vze58 means saying that shows like "Out There", "Even Stevens" and "Boy Meets World" are the reasons for teen pregnancies, single-parent children and divorce. The divorce just makes no sense to me. I think these shows are much too innocent and unrealistic in dealing w/ sex and I can't imagine they encourage teen sex. Would you rather young children watch Dawson's Creek and other teen shows where sex is seen as no big deal. THAT is what causes teen pregnancies and single parents. I just don't understand that poster's reasoning. Anyhow, from the episodes of "Out There" I've seen the characters have only dealt w/ crushes, not sex, so I don't see how it's bad for kids to watch.
The lead actor of the show (Riley) does sometimes refer to girls as chicks and always has this little smile on his face during those interviews for like no reason. Other than that he doesn't bother me.
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