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Tony 

Tony is a smart-ass, super-confident 17-year-old, with the good-looking girl on his arm and ability to charm most other females he encounters. He launches a scheme to help his friend Sid ... See full summary »

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Tony is a smart-ass, super-confident 17-year-old, with the good-looking girl on his arm and ability to charm most other females he encounters. He launches a scheme to help his friend Sid lose his virginity before his birthday, whilst making a little profit on the side. However his plan quickly unravels, leaving the friends with a dilemma which requires an urgent solution. Written by Headblade

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25 January 2007 (UK)  »

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Even though Kaya Scodelario did appear on-screen as Effy she didn't have any lines. See more »

Goofs

When Sid and Tony are at the restaurant waiting for Michelle, the sauce on Sid's chin keeps changing and vanishing. See more »

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Maxxie: I've gotta get these moves ready. Y'know, for the show
Tony: Do they have tap dancing in Death of a Salesman?
Maxxie: It needs a number. I've always said that.
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References The Karate Kid (1984) See more »

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Flesh and Bone
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Written and performed by Brendan Benson
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Disappointingly OTT
2 February 2007 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

I found this pilot to be rather depressing, it gave out a really bad view of teenagers. Parts of it were cool to watch but other parts were dead boring! The characters weren't very interesting at all, but the acting was variable. Disappointing acting by Nicholas Hoult, but some other people seemed a lot better and I look forward to seeing more of them. I really don't like the view of teenagers this programme sends out, how badly it pretends they ALL behave ALL the time. Probably younger teens will watch it and think they have to behave like that - not good! All the teenagers I have spoken to about the show have agreed it is extremely exaggerated and over the top and it's disappointing that younger children and adults will now get this impression of teenage behaviour.


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