Despite past mishaps, Pepper Ann is determined to make this year's school photo a good one. Unfortunately, her plan hits a snag when she finds herself with a pimple the day before it's time to take ...
Fifteen years into the future, Pepper Ann (now an educational toy maker) is invited to her reunion, where she must stop them from digging up a time capsule, which contains an embarrassing letter she ...
Comedy about a 12-year-old who only really has 2 friends, and manages to put other kids off by her slightly-nerdy behavior, constant bad timing and insistence on trying to be cool. And to make matters worse, she's just started middle school, and has immediately caught the attention of the perfectionist principal, who's always on her case and waiting for her to screw up.Written by
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Absolutely light-hearted, fun and imaginative! I love Peppie, Milo, Nicky, Moose! Unlike other Disney shows, the one-parent family is realistically portrayed and the kids are actually funny. I especially like the real-life aspects of the show... the divorced parents, Jewish mom and Catholic dad, the over-achieving best friend, the sexually ambiguous little sister... These elements combined with the cartoonish comedy make for some hilarious situations. Not to mention, Pepper Ann's theme song is great, great, great! It never succumbed to crazy gimmicks, spin-offs or new "very special" characters. Maybe it's not as sophisticated as Doug, but Pepper Ann is a heart-warming and uplifting show, great for younger and older kids... and much older kids. I'm glad Disney still keeps it in rotation. This is one of those kids' shows that actually leaves you entertained after a half hour.
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