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This is bad. Not the ha-ha funny bad. Just plain bad. There is no consistency. In one episode the centerpiece is this mysterious door in a closet which our heroine (Julie) manages to open. But instead of going inside she stops and looks back as if the director (if there is such a beast) says "Sorry, but we ran out of time." (each episode is 2-3 minutes long) so she closes it and we don't hear about it every again! (at least after 25 episodes - I was hoping they needed time to get better - I was wrong!) The acting is decent but the plot lines are like that out of junior high: mean girl stealing someone else's boyfriend, someone stealing a favorite necklace, etc. One scene has Julie skip out on one of a house functions. As punishment the other three pledges are humiliated (though they pretty much giggle through their humiliation). It is made clear this was done so the other girls would make sure she never sneaks out again. The next episode (and all those afterward) has her sneaking out again with no one trying to stop her. What's the point? I could go on but I'm out of space!
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