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Producing Parker is so underrated. I think Parker is a combination Meg Griffin from Family Guy and Hayley Smith from American Dad!, being hot an funny, but also pushed around by her boss. Parker is overworked by her fame grabbing boss Dee. Dee is your typical fame lover, not caring about what happens to Parker and if she looks good on the camera. Parker's pretty much Dee's whore when it comes to her show, always using her as an accessory instead of seeing her as a human being. While overworking Parker, she only pays Parker half of what she should have.
To sum it up this show has a good storyline, but the animation could be better. Also, some of the characters are unbearable like Dee for one, but I can get over all of that when I see how well developed the storyline and dialogue is.
9/10 (Producing Parker Rules!)
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