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JAKE STACKLEY, 30's, is a Beverly Hills fitness trainer who is in worse shape internally than his clients. Seems Jake has an eating disorder, namely an overly abundant love of sweets. A single parent trying to raise his 13 year old daughter, MEGAN, who's life's ambition is to be the next big film star, Jake tends to be the immature one of the two, something that is a constant challenge to Megan, especially when she needs him to be a father figure, not a brother. Written by Anonymous

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Very Bad
3 March 2007 | by (American Samoa) – See all my reviews

Wow. Can you say amateur? This apology for a pilot (available free online) was probably the poorest excuse for entertainment I had seen ever. I actually didn't mind the plot, to be honest. But it was nothing original (about a fitness instructor and his teen daughter, he is asked to become the trainer to a movie star who his daughter crushes on) nor particularly funny. I liked Roland Kickinger, but the acting from the girl was the sort of over-the-top style you see in amateur drama productions. Not to mention she had some terrible lines ("Sometimes I don't know who's raising who!"). The whole thing had the feel of a high school media class assignment, except I get the feeling that a bunch of 13-year-olds with an old camcorder could have done a better job than whoever was responsible for this.


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