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Jasmin Savoy Brown
Every single scene looked like a setup for a porn scene. All of the elements are there-- cheesy lines, shallow plot, beautiful and perfectly proportioned women and men that are nice to look at (with mediocre, but not horrible, acting talent), with some bikini moments and plenty of flirting. They seem like they're just a step away from throwing it all down and going at it, but then each scene just ends, and it transitions to yet another scene that appears to be another setup for porn. I'm too old for that stuff, to be honest, so I held my finger over the fast-forward the whole time expecting to skip over something that never showed up.
The conversation does get a little risqué at times, but compared to other PG-rated shows, this one is mild.
Overall probably not worth spending your time with.
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