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Series cast summary:
Katherine Beck ...
 Fury (52 episodes, 2013-2014)
John Hasler ...
 Trafalgar (52 episodes, 2013-2014)
Simon Kennedy ...
 Jeremiah (52 episodes, 2013-2014)
Nigel Pilkington ...
 Chuck Charming / ... (52 episodes, 2013-2014)
Dan Russel ...
 Magic Mirror / ... (52 episodes, 2013-2014)
Emma Tate ...
 Fairy Godmother / ... (52 episodes, 2013-2014)


Three best friends, Jeremiah, Trafalgar, and Fury, who are all relatives of iconic fairy-tale characters, all live through a tough life as teenagers and are determined to be themselves, despite their parents' orders and their fairy tale origins. Written by Julian Cervantes

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Just as Unappealing as The Weekenders
17 May 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Now I have nothing against these types of shows were they try to have small things in life big adventures but this show is so abysmal and poor that it hurts. First off the animation is horrible! all the characters look extremely ugly and some of them resemble really offensive racial caricatures, people complain about Klasky Csupo looking bad well take a look here. At least Klasky had a style and looked good for the most part. Another thing I notice is the movement as the characters move like they have some sort of disability that makes them movie like characters in those horrible direct to video bootlegs. Now I can get past bad animation as long as the writing and acting is good sadly For Teenage Fairytale Dropouts the writing and acting is horrible. I'll start with acting as I swear NONE of these people can act! All of the actors especially for the two main boys and mother goose are completely bland and bored with mother goose being the worst as she also sometimes bulling the main trio for no reason. Some of these characters are even unsympathetic randomly like the character Trifogar who sometimes becomes Bitter of his friends. Now for the writing which ohhh boringly bad. All of the characters are bland or are so stereotyped it hurts. However the humor in this show is the biggest gripe. The show is not funny at all. The jokes are told with such bland delivery that it makes them not funny or they are extremely forced such as one scene where Mother Goose get mad at the trio for doing something that upsets her. The pacing is undesirably slow with many pointless scenes, slow delivery and slow animation that it makes a 11 minute episode feel like half an hour. Now after all of that are there any positives? Yes, the music is quite nice with a rock soundtrack that sounds nice and does not succumb to the cliché people vocalize instruments like with Mega Babies. Yes I know this is intended for kids but I always say the same point I have made with Tak and The Power of Juju. Why bother when you have Pixar,Disney, Dreamworks, Studio Ghibli and more? As for this why bother when you have shows like Space Goofs, Fix and Foxi, Pac-Man and The Ghostly Adventures and other shows that make little things in life BIG ADVENTURES! I also hear people compare this to The Problem Problem Solverz is funny, witty, clever and has great writing and characters! This is the complete opposite!

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