Tea is a beautiful, self assured, cheerleader with an openly Saphic reputation among her friends. She can pretty much have any girl she sets her eye on, so why do they all bore her? When her dad, a "...
The story of a group of British teens who are trying to grow up and find love and happiness despite questionable parenting and teachers who more want to be friends (and lovers) rather than authority figures.
A special ten minute episode begins with the group getting stoned in the country and discussing the seventeenth century political group the Diggers. After this yet another party is planned,... See full summary »
The first few minutes hold the secret to the show's failure. Tony looks out the window and sees his neighbor, a naked older woman, about to get dressed. She has bigger and nicer breasts than her UK counterpart, but we do not see these breasts. I hope you understand that this is not about breasts but solely a metaphor for the whole show.
Even though, some minor details were brushed up, the rest plays out exactly the same as the UK version; only more rushed and soulless. Tony, the main protagonist of the first episode, is supposed to be manipulative but interesting. In this version, he's merely a douche.
This show lacks new ideas as well the vigor and the originality from its predecessor. A total failure.
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