After being uprooted from New York to New Orleans, the Hathaways were ready to just get back to their normal lives in their new home, but little did they know that a family of ghosts had the same idea.
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.
Manny has moved to a new school, and it's not easy to fit in. After wishing he had more friends, Manny finds a mysterious collar and puts it on Rufus, the family dog. Suddenly, Rufus turns ... See full summary »
Um, let's see, well to start off, I must admit it is an entertaining show, but let's look at the reason for that: It is almost an exact copy of Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide which was a show I loved in my childhood. Scott Fellows must have thought, "oh no one will remember that show 10 years later" when he created this. Sure it's funny, but all I can think of is how similar it is to Ned in almost every way. That aside, perhaps that's the only reason I'm drawn to watch it, perhaps it wouldn't interest me if it didn't remind me of Ned, I mostly search for the similarities when I'm watching it and find it hard to enjoy as its own story. However if you never seen Ned's declassified school survival guide, this is your next best option for cheesy (genuinely quite funny) shenanigans from middle schoolers now that Ned is off the air for quite a few years already. Definitely a nice comedic show for today's generation who hasn't seen Ned I suppose, but still in 2nd place when you compare the 2.
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