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Erik von Detten,
Tucker and Becca are close friends. So close that they live next door to one another with facing second story windows and share a birthday. Tucker is at times an absent minded goof-off while Becca tends to be opinated and in a hurry to grow up. Now in middle school, they find themselves caught in everyday events that turn into comical adventures. Throughout the show, Tucker, Becca, and their friends speak directly to the audience, telling the story as they remember how much more simple everything was when they were five. If they can survive junior high, then their friendship can survive anything.Written by
Uneven writing saved by talented, confident acting.
The summary says it all, folks. Some of the episodes are amazing, while others are so-so. A few are garbage. Nearly every episode, however, is played beautifully. Ben Foster and Jewel Stait fit perfectly into their roles, and they have the personality to pull off monologues directly to the camera, á la Ferris Bueller and Malcolm In The Middle.
If you see an episode (I believe that they are still played occasionally on the Disney Channel) I highly recommend watching it.
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