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My Babysitter's A Vampire: The TV Show has the same charm and goofiness as the movie but unfortunately isn't as good. When you turn a movie into a TV Show the translation can be lost in the execution. The storytelling has been overlooked and each episode seems to have no direction. It really irks me when the characters don't develop and instead play over the same scenes with the same results. In no way is this show a bad show but it had so much potential. It's still entertaining and fun but needs something more.
I also find it to be a lot more childish. They have returned back to the old slapstick comedy mixed in with zany situations. Luckily not every episode is weak, every now and then there will be a great episode that reminds you why you should keep watching the show..
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