Robbie, Ray, Lily and Travis have had enough with the lame crap on the radio. So they decide to take over the airwaves and give Roscoe High what it needs: an underground radio station. Can ...
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Based on a song she wrote and performed, a young girl wins a national contest for a recording contract. Now she must balance the life of a normal teenager with that of a rising star in the music industry.
Robbie, Ray, Lily and Travis have had enough with the lame crap on the radio. So they decide to take over the airwaves and give Roscoe High what it needs: an underground radio station. Can they find their voice while keeping their identities a secret? Radio Free Roscoe. Think underground.Written by
Although canceled on the N network in America, the show has become enough of a success in Canada for the Family network to continue production until they pulled out as well in early summer 2005. See more »
[looking at her CD cover]
Finally a good picture of me.
Are you kidding? I've never seen a bad picture of you.
That's 'cause you're not looking at my flaws. My arms are to skinny, my nose looks weird...
Lily you're gorgeous.
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I think Radio Free Roscoe is by far one of the most well-written and produced dramatic or otherwise Canadian television programs in years. You cannot help but fall in love with the show or its characters. Funny, charming, and rebellious, RFR is undoubtedly easy viewing.
The show has everything, and although the second season may have focused a bit too much on romance and less on what made the show so unbelievably popular among a demographic of fans in its first season, I still have yet to view a 'bad' episode.
RFR gives a universal message about individuality and following one's heart, despite adversity, and I would recommend it to people of all ages.
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