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    15 Aug '14 12:26
    What do you think?

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    This is the crucial note---> quote from Wiki::Many shows at the time used these themes as a one-time issue (a "very special episode&quot😉 that would be introduced as a problem at the beginning of an episode and resolved at the end, but on My So-Called Life these issues were part of the continuing storyline. The title of the show alludes to the perception of meaninglessness that many teenagers experience and encapsulates the main theme of the series. The show depicts the teenage years as being difficult and confusing rather than a light, fun-filled time.


    I hated Dawson's Creek. I felt most lines were soapy, artificial instructive, hertz-novelish, pathetic, false, bljak.

    I loved My So-Called Life. At the time I watched it for the first time in midst 90's, I thought that the series broke two wide-spread misbeliefs...
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    misbelief No. 1, that the teenagers are more preocupated with sexthan adults /episode with Angela's parents that got horny inspired by costumes for the ball; misbelief No 2, that girls like nice guys with good grades more than bad guys... 😉 .../
  2. Subscribersonhouse
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    15 Aug '14 21:54
    Originally posted by vandervelde
    What do you think?

    [hidden]This is the crucial note---> quote from Wiki::[b]Many shows at the time used these themes as a one-time issue (a "very special episode"😉 that would be introduced as a problem at the beginning of an episode and resolved at the end, but on My So-Called Life these issues were part of the continuing storyline. The title of the s ...[text shortened]... isbelief No 2, that girls like nice guys with good grades more than bad guys... 😉 .../[/hidden]
    What's sexthan?
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    30 Aug '14 14:43
    I don't believe it: I was sure the series are now "part of common American culture". 😉
  4. Stargazing
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    31 Aug '14 07:16
    Originally posted by vandervelde
    I don't believe it: I was sure the series are now "part of common American culture". 😉
    But the majority of the rest of the world is not part of American common culture.
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    31 Aug '14 11:36
    Originally posted by divegeester
    But the majority of the rest of the world is not part of American common culture.
    Exactly. Or - in Swedish/Danish/Norwegian - netopp/netop.
    But isn't this an American site? I was hoping to get first-hand opinion from Americans.

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