From the International best seller childrens' books, Life is pretty humorous when you look at it from the point of view of the five young teenage girls in The Sleepover Club. They have a ...
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From the International best seller childrens' books, Life is pretty humorous when you look at it from the point of view of the five young teenage girls in The Sleepover Club. They have a secret society with rules and conventions - and no boys or parents allowed. Constantly dealing with their archrivals three teenage boys called the M&Ms life couldn't be more serious or more fun. The Sleepover Club combines drama and humour with the odd fantasy sequence to make seriously cool TV. Written by
This show is pretty okay, and I love it when the sleepover club and m&ms con each other like in the theme park episode. but sometimes the episodes are too much adventurous to be all-at-once part of a pre/teenager's life. I love how Frankie is, though; she's like, the leader of the pack and stuff...plus the actress is really pretty. But I don't like how Fliss acts...sometimes she just overreacts in the way she talks...
Overall, the acting could be improved, and the script and writing could be tweaked a little bit. Maybe a bit more characters every now and then. But nevertheless a good show to keep me entertained during weekday afternoons :)
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