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Were all used to those Disney teen sitcoms. But how did the British do? Well, Overall the show is very funny, but adults will only laugh at some bits, and some of the humour is a bit dull and unoriginal. However, some bits really made me laugh out loud, and the actors really have a go at acting. The aliens at the beginning of each episode are really funny, and their humour is all from the voice.
My main criticism would be of of the series 4 'maisy' character. Her actor is really flat, and her humour is written terribly. Her constant tantrums are not funny, and her Scottish accent is way over the top, despite being her actual accent. She is unnecessary to the show.
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