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Juniper Lee is highly entertaining, but it is a Jake Long knock-off
I periodically watch Juniper Lee and find it highly entertaining, but it is only an American Dragon: Jake Long knock-off. I have an appreciation for both programs, but the "AM-DRAG" as Jake calls himself is much more preferable. The acting in both programs is really good, but Dante Basco provides a much more engaging main character. I like that he has an arch nemesis that is a recurring character. I also like the fact that mostly everyone in his family knows that he's a dragon and that he has two best friends that know. I think Jake has more of a support system than June. In my humble opinion, Jake Long has more to offer.
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