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so far, the episodes of have been very cheesy and poorly written, hence it's a kid's show.
there is some originality, but when phrases like, "resistance is futile" start showing up in non-Star Trek TV series, it just ruins it. admittedly that's from the pilot episode, which is a movie *i think*. the other episodes seem to be much more entertaining.
thankfully the acting is not as bad as expected, but it is still pretty horrible. despite the cheesy moments, it is still somewhat enjoy able. although i'm not a fan of the #1 main character... his fake hacking is just GAH!
so far Jessie Usher's character is my favourite xD gotta love the ponies :)
it's definitely not going to be one of my, "oh my gawd, i can't wait for the next episodes...," but i'll definitely add it onto my list of TV shows to follow.
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