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Andrew W. Walker,
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After witnessing the killing of his parents, a young teenage boy is put in a witness relocation program and sent to a boarding school in Canada to start a new life. He soon befriends a fellow student who is a hit man looking for him.
I loved this show! I watched it every Friday night on the WB without fail. It really surprised me when I went to watch it one night and it wasn't there. It so described how being a teenage girl is nowadays (maybe without such a quirky family or such a large family). Reagan Dale Neis was excellent as Molly Stage and the little 'fun facts' that popped up everynow and then (Pop-Up Video anyone?) were fun. I'd've LOVED to be in a family like that if I had the chance. I would have given this show (out of 5) 5 stars for comedy, 5 for acting and a 5 for the use of factuality.
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