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I gotta admit it. I heard about this show, and I was like...wow...this is going to be terrible. I made jokes even. But for some reason, I watched the first episode. And it was absolutely hilarious. I love how Tori totally makes fun of herself. Her friends are funny as well, and the situations are brilliant. I heard that her mother was thinking about suing her for bad portrayal, but...wouldn't that be a bad portrayal anyway? Suing your own daughter? Apparently, she's rather crazy, anyway...and that's something I learned not from just watching the show.
Good job Donna Martin. ;P This is a good one to watch out for.
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