Life's a beach for surfers Brady and McKenzie -- until a rogue wave magically transports them inside the classic '60s beach party flick, Wet Side Story, where a full-blown rivalry between ... See full summary »
Here's a show adults and kids will love. This show just grew on me. Now, it's like I've taken this addictive candy. The characters are well devised, Mortified perfectly explains how this girl feels all the time with her larger than life parents, slight nut jobs, who are just a hoot. I love 'em. Taylor has an older bitchy sister. She has a best friend, Hector, slightly bucktoothed, an outcast like her. She has a rival, neighbour friend, a Ms squeaky clean of equivalent age, while she and her other friend hang around with the school stud Leon. What's ironic here, my dad's name was Leon. He's a good looking guy, always has been. He had a workmate, Who first was an employee of my Dads. His name was Hector, and wasn't so fortunate in the looks department, and is no longer with us any more. Every shows a misadventure thanks to the kooky parents, the Dad way out there, just cracks me up. Shot on the southern side of the Gold Coast, it does offer some nice background shots, where at times, you forget you're at this location, you get so wrapped up in the story. The song rocks too. The beautiful Marny Kennedy, who's just a gifted actress, is the next star on the rise. I would say the next Emily Browning. Whatever, you can be sure we haven't seen the last of her. In the meantime, I'm just happy with her being Taylor, in this hit show of non stop laughs, each episode, always an adventure. God knows what those parents will do next. It's frightening.
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