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Its funny. I feel better after I watch it. No one dies, gets pregnant, does drugs or is gay. Which disqualifies it for prime time network rubbish. So I like it.
It does not address bullying. So what? Here we have seven kids who are friends (the actors, not the characters) and obviously enjoy doing this show. You have two strikingly beautiful women and (Take note Disney) their equally attractive side-kicks. The guys well not so much, but someone has to be outlandish. And they're all having fun.
It had around 3 million viewers in the first half and then it went down which maybe why they canceled it. I miss it.
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