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After accidentally stumbling into his uncle's mysterious "tanning bed", Adam learns the answer to all of his problems - multiple Adams. With his new collection of clones, Adam is hopping on one wild summer ride with an epic splash.
This show had me hooked from the very first episode. The writing is sharp, witty, and original, which is more than I can say for 95% of everything else on TV.
The kid actors are VERY good and have great presence in all of their scenes. It is one of the few shows I've ever watched that had laugh- out-loud funny moments in every episode that even older viewers will appreciate.
For me it was a breath of fresh air in the midst of modern television which (in my opinion) has become extremely mundane and predictable.
I hope it has a long and prosperous run with many seasons to look forward to.
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