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Baxter is a half-hour live-action comedy that follows Baxter McNab and his friends on their journey through the unique, high-energy world that is Northern Star School of the Arts. At this ... See full summary »
Shows like this are giving Canada a horrible name. The idea was just terrible to begin with. This show was clearly run by 40 year old's who know nothing about kids. "Yeah, lets make a show about a teen court house for kids" was the best idea these people could think of? I'm not even going to begin with how horrible the acting is. The humour in this show, wait.. there is no humour. It's suppose to be a comedy and the closest thing to making me laugh was the main characters parted bangs when apparently he's the cool hot guy in the school. This whole show is just a blatantly obvious reason why kids television should be run people who know how to entertain kids and not some bland boring directors and producers.
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