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Nikki and Annie are two single mothers whose lives were made nightmarish by high school bullies. They raise their respective daughters with much more freedom than they did, but the daughters bite the hands that feed them and become the kind of girls who plagued their mothers during their teen years.Written by
OK, I know that I really like Jaime Pressly because she is simply HOT, HOT, HOT, but she can really be bloody funny and this show is a really good comedy. I haven't seen Katie Finneran in much comedy, but between the 2 of them, you are going to need a thick towel on your chair because you are going to wet your self laughing. Who would have thought that you could take the horror and struggles of going through a young girls teenage years and make it an appealing comedy for the family. I give this show (I HATE MY TEENAGE DAUGHTER) 8 out of 10, but only so there is some room in case they make a few episodes even better.
Happy Viewing from Mike.
PS: if you don't find this show funny, see your Doctor immediately, because you have either lost your hearing, eyesight or your mind :-)
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