Magazine editor and writer Dylan Krieger sends her friends into fits when they discover that she keeps a rather insightful video blog about them on a website called "quarterlife."
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 Danny / ... 5 episodes, 2008
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 Brittany 4 episodes, 2008
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 Jed / ... 3 episodes, 2008
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Magazine editor and writer Dylan Krieger sends her friends into fits when they discover that she keeps a rather insightful video blog about them on a website called "quarterlife."

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28 February 2008 (USA)  »

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This show was cancelled after the first episode. See more »

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[from trailer]
Dylan Krieger: Why do we blog? We blog to exist, therefore we are... idiots.
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Referenced in The Jay Leno Show: Episode #1.83 (2010) See more »

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Okay, okay, but it's GOOD boilerplate, very McWhite though
4 April 2008 | by See all my reviews

While those who have seen "Once and Again", "thirtysomething", "My so-called Life", "War of the Worlds", etc etc certainly will recognize a lot of stuff, patterns and type, it surely isn't a bad show. The writing is excellent, and there are pearls of wisdom, of life's insights splattered throughout each episode. The characters are very boilerplate: There's the 'narratoress': The Geek Girl Writer (a great role by Bitsie Tulloch, who can play fragile young looking like HOT DAMN, THAT GIRL IS SO TIGHT!!) , the Golden Couple With The Cheating Husband (where Debra never had a close up in the first 30 mins, a deadly mistake. I totally cannot identify with her now), The Sensitive Creative Geek Guy, and the One-Dimensional Side Kick Geek Guy. The Beautiful Girl, (actually a good role and good acting) and The Political Dude, who's slightly ridiculous BECAUSE he protests, and of course The Prom Queen Bitch. All these roles we've seen before in any teen movie of the last ten years, especially the twenty something crowd.

And of course, the total absence of Black, Latino or Asian Characters. But I guess Marshall and Zwick didn't grow up with those kinda people, so that makes it okay? I guess they ARE liberals, Jewish or Eastern European, so THEY are ethnic enough ... :) I haven't seen all episodes, so they might pull a "Once and Again" and bring DB Woodside in the last episode, when it's clear it's gonna be canceled anyway? When will producers, writers or studios learn that the black, Asian female demographic is good for over 30 BILLION dollar of female beauty industry spending, so that writing up a Sensitive Geek Black Guy would not only be refreshing, but would bring in solid ratings as well? "Token" or not, who cares? People like to identify, or pine. And that they have money to spend .... it shuh don't hurt none, sistah! ;)


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