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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
First of all, It's refreshing to watch a sitcom that doesn't take place in Southern California or the East Coast , for example; Hot in Cleveland, Reba, even Last Man Standing.
I'm a single mom who lives in Texas, Abilene to be exact, and the writers have NAILED the major characters. Too bad the rest of you don't understand. We didn't all grow up like the "Dallas" series.
Hopefully, the writers will have time to develop our characters in future episodes. So they aren't a Clair Hukstable "Supermom", that's part of their charm. It's apparent they are maturing and their struggles are relative and honest to those of us who have been there.
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