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What do you get when you mix: a popularity longing fifteen-year old, her embarrassing, bad advice giving parents, one brother who is a Wanna-be Christian rocker, another brother who just "happens" to have a lot of expensive stuff, a lot of money, but no job, two little rascal twins sisters who fight over everything and enjoy turning over cereal bowls on each other's heads, a best friend who is Jewish, but is in love with the Christian rocker Wanna-be brother, a grandmother who hides food EVERYWHERE and cannot remember what she said from one minute to the next and tends to repeat things, and a grandfather who despises that grandmother? Well, (after taking a breath after saying all that,) you get the new WB Friday night comedy Maybe Its Me! Molly Stage, played by Reagan Dale Neis, is fifteen and has just gotten rid of her baby fat, AND just gotten noticed by her all-time crush. But for every good thing to happen to a fifteen year old, there is also a bad thing right behind it! Molly, is the middle child of five, has to deal with Rick (Andrew Walker), Grant (Patrick Levis), Cindy (Daniella Canterman) and Mindy (Deanna Canterman) and her parents (Julia Sweeney and Fred Willard) and grandparents (Ellen Albertini Dow and Dabbs Greer). Vicki Davis plays Mia, Molly's best friend and the only other sane person in her life. Well, there's also Nick Gibson (Shaun Sipos), Molly's biggest crush who just happens to be invited to Molly's house for dinner on the night that she forgot to check every ornament in the dining room for the raw food her grandmother hides. Well you get the picture. Life's not easy for Molly, but something got her thinking. "Why is my family so weird? I don't know. MAYBE ITS ME!" "Maybe is Me" can be seen on the WB Friday night at 8:30. Don't miss it!
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