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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 Dylan Krieger (6 episodes, 2008)
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 Lisa (6 episodes, 2008)
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 Danny / ... (5 episodes, 2008)
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 Vanessa (5 episodes, 2008)
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 Debra (5 episodes, 2008)
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 Andy (5 episodes, 2008)
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 Eric (5 episodes, 2008)
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 Brittany (4 episodes, 2008)
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 John (4 episodes, 2008)
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 Josh (4 episodes, 2008)
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 Jed / ... (3 episodes, 2008)
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 Maggie (2 episodes, 2008)
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 Editor / ... (2 episodes, 2008)
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 Chloe (2 episodes, 2008)
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 Ray (2 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 »

Quotes

[from trailer]
Dylan Krieger: Why do we blog? We blog to exist, therefore we are... idiots.
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Connections

Referenced in The Jay Leno Show: Episode #1.83 (2010) See more »

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I second the worst show ever comment
28 February 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I find this show personally offensive. Everything about this show is so wrong about people in their mid-twenties. What I mean when I say this is that it makes everyone in their twenties look like overgrown babies. No one that I hang with that's in their twenties like me lives such a self-pitying existence. Just because there is an extremely large group of immature twenty-year olds in this country does not mean that everyone in my demographic eats ramen noodles in their underwear when they aren't moping around a disparaging office job. Why can't there ever be a show about young people that highlights another aspect of our lives besides unrequited love and trite dialogue drowning in pop culture references?


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