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I knew it was going to be bad. But I didn't think it would be this bad.
When I first saw the ads on Nickelodeon, I figured that this show would be garbage. But, I didn't think it would be this bad. Everything about this show is awful in so many ways. Let's start with the acting - beyond awful. Lucas Cruikshank was incredibly annoying as Marvin. Actually, calling him annoying is like calling Bin Laden a jerk - it's true, but it's not enough to call them that. Every one else in the show is bad. All the children actors are bad but are not as annoying as Marvin. Also, the adults overact as well. They act like everything is the most serious thing ever. Also, the plot of the series is something we've probably seen numerous times before. In fact, this kind of sounds like it could be a drama on ABC family. For that to happen, get rid of all the actors, get better writers, lose all the bad comedy, get good actors, have a back story and make the characters at least a little likable. While I was watching this, all I was thinking was "We're they reading this script?" Probably not. I mean if the adults were doing this for their kids or something, that's fine. Kids will probably enjoy this, but do know what these kids are into these days? I can only think of two positives about this: 1. it does teach that nobody should be judged for anything - but that could work if it wasn't so annoying and it probably focused on a real issue. Can't Nickelodeon do a show about a family raising a gay son or lesbian daughter? Or be raised by two moms or two dads? It's real, it's current and it would be interesting and give credibility to Nickelodeon. But no, Nickelodeon has to give this show to Fred just to keep him relevant. The other positive is that with this new show for Lucas Cruikshank, Fred: The Show is canceled. Then again after watching this, it made me want to watch Fred videos willingly and I would never do that - EVER! If you thought Nickeloden was dead before, they are officially dead now.
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