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Scott Michael Foster,
I literally wanted to bash my head into a wall attempting to watch this show. The acting is borderline terrible with a few promising actors budding on acceptable (Ben, Jane's brother, isn't HORRIBLE). The script is juvenile at best. I do think it's probably a good show for teens but if you are an adult trying to watch this, you will want a good healthy dose of a hefty pain killer before you try to watch it. Erica Dasher, who plays Jane, is annoying and there is something going on with her face that just bothers me and distracts me from anything else that is going on in the show. Also, people at ABC Family, who are we trying to kid? These actors and actresses portraying high school students do NOT look like they are in high school! At least hire actors who look like they can pull off being a teen. For example, Matthew Atkinson, who plays Jane's crush, Nick, is DEFINITELY pushing 30. I'm sorry to those who like the show, but for someone who was excited to watch this show because she likes fashion, this was a huge, stinking pile of disappointment.
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