CAKE, E/I, TVY 7, is a live-action show within a show about a 13-year-old girl (a la Martha Stewart) who hosts a cable access show with her two best friends. The three girls show their ... See full summary »
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 Cake (13 episodes, 2006)
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 Miracle Ross (13 episodes, 2006)
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 Benjamin Turner (13 episodes, 2006)
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 Amy Carson (13 episodes, 2006)
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 Announcer (13 episodes, 2006)
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CAKE, E/I, TVY 7, is a live-action show within a show about a 13-year-old girl (a la Martha Stewart) who hosts a cable access show with her two best friends. The three girls show their audience (and each other) how to take ordinary, everyday items (t-shirts, CD cases, lamp shades) and make them extraordinary with a little imagination (and a hot glue gun!). CAKE's motto: "You can't buy individuality, but you can make it! Written by DIC

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You can't buy individuality, but you can make it!

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This replaced Lazy Town?
25 November 2006 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

As an adult I can appreciate the attempt at healthy hints (slumber party bits) and safety ( the "Party Time" mnemonic). The problem is the execution. The scripts are not well written, or adequately articulate the moral they're attempting to communicate and the characters are not what I would consider role models I would want the girls to emulate.

The girls(7 and 11 in age) loved the previous Nick Jr line up. Neither care for the new KOL secret slumber party programs that have replaced them. In the end I find Cake virtually unwatchable and agree with the girls that there are better things to watch. Lazytown was far better produced, effectively communicated a great message, and was much more entertaining in the process. The Nick Jr shows (Dora the Explorer, Blue's Clues, etc.) didn't play so heavily to gender stereotyping either.


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