Teenage genie Katia and her father are working with two scientists who plan to set up a global warming scheme of sorts, using violent electrical storms. Katia doesn't want to use her powers for this and runs away, meeting the Bratz.
The widowed King Randolph enlists the help of his cousin to teach his daughters the proper royal etiquette. Instead, she bans all dancing in the palace. Can the twelve dancing princesses save the kingdom with their late mother's gift?
Inspired by Mark Twain's fascinating novel, Princess Anneliese finds an unexpected friendship when she meets her humble look-alike, Erika. Will the Princess and the Pauper thwart the plans of the Queen's scheming advisor, Preminger?
I had to watch 'Bratz' for a pop culture class and was completely appalled by it. It shows young girls that it is okay to be superficial, slutty, vain, and stupid. Any parent who would purchase this for young girls disgusts me. Not only is it completely devoid of any positive role models, it is also not in the least entertaining. It was physically painful to watch all of the random, awkward statements from horribly under-developed characters. The situations are unoriginal and uninspired (i.e. 'everything goes wrong for prom night, but it all turns out okay in the end'). This show should be avoided by adults and children alike.
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