Alice, I Think is a story about the misadventures of Alice's unconventional family and their odd collection of friends living in the northern town of Smithers, BC. The show follows the ... See full summary »
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 Alice MacLeod 13 episodes, 2006
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 Diane MacLeod 13 episodes, 2006
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 John MacLeod 13 episodes, 2006
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 Mac MacLeod 13 episodes, 2006
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 Geraldine 13 episodes, 2006
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Alice, I Think is a story about the misadventures of Alice's unconventional family and their odd collection of friends living in the northern town of Smithers, BC. The show follows the family as they encounter life's ups, downs and occasional absurdities. Written by Anonymous

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I think you should watch Alice I Think
7 July 2006 | by See all my reviews

Not typically the type of show that we watch but I've been sucked in by Alice I Think. It's witty, simple and not over-the-top. Oddly enough, while based on books aimed at teens, the humour definitely has an adult theme at points (like The Simpsons).

The collection of actors is very captivating. From the Gemini-nominated Rebecca Northan (read a nice Q&A article with Rebecca in U magazine published by her alma mater U. of Calgary - search for it on their site) to the relative newcomer with the large resume Connor Price (see him with Russell Crowe in Cinderella Man) to the hard-working and multi-talented Dan Payne (Stargate, multiple Muppets projects, multiple other movies), Carly McKillip has a great 'supporting' cast (she's no slouch either). Of course, Carly is the title character but her family takes on an equally important role in portraying this quirky BC family.

I think this show will need about another 5-6 episodes under its belt before we fully understand each character a bit better. We've seen glimpses of John's persona when he dreamt of a Tetris-filled life and saw his 'paranoia' with fame after his rookie photo shoot. I still think that Diane and Mac need some more time until we see who they really are. The other true supporting cast member (Marcus, Finn,...) are slowly rounding out as well.

Overall, very enjoyable. Hopefully will be around for a while.


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