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.. in this lazy, uninspired, homophobic, stereotype-laden piece of sitcom dung.
Metcalfe is the only one who seems to even be trying and even she falls onto the ledge of the overacting pit the rest of the cast wallows in on occasion. There are child actors on soap operas with more subtlety than even a single moment of this show. This show, should it last much longer, could just be a career killer for a couple members of the cast. The acting is just that bad!
While pilots can be uneven and not so great, the second episode will often then clean up and correct the problem areas. Or in this case, the show sinks even further into the well of awful.
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