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Walter P. Martishius,
Tabitha St. Germain
Merliah, the attractive surf girl and the enchanting mermaid princess, finally gets her ticket to success for the ultimate surfing tournament, but when her enchanted necklace gets stolen, all of Aquellia will be in danger.
My 6 yr old started watching the show and it was just on in the background. I caught a snippet of one show and laughed at the jokes Barbie makes at her own expense. Soon I found myself paying more attention than my daughter. I was surprised to find myself laughing during every episode. From Ken's "Barbie Sense" (like Spidey sense, but specifically for Barbie) to the ongoing "Shlond Poofa" joke, this is not your standard kid-cartoon. Frequent jokes include Barbie's many, many career choices, and her seemingly weekly anniversaries with Ken. The series is stylized as a mock reality show featuring confessionals of the characters in between scenes.
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