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Sam Puckett has been touring the West Coast by motorcycle, and stops in Los Angeles. She witnesses Cat Valentine being thrown into the back of a garbage truck, and rescues her. They become friends, and Cat convinces her to become roommates after Cat's grandmother moves to a retirement home. To make money, rather than getting traditional after school jobs, they form an after-school babysitting business that leads them into a series of comical adventures. Also involved in their lives are Dice, their next door neighbor, who is notorious for aiding people for money, Cat's cheerful and supportive grandmother, Nona, who decided to move into "Elderly Acres", which is a home for the aged, and Goomer, a dim-witted professional MMA fighter whom Dice manages. —Anonymous
this is OK, but not more then that
The series is fine, reasonable, a little funny but nothing more than nice. Can not say that the series is bad, because it is really funny, and the plot is good too, but I just do not connect with the Nickelodeon youth series anymore, more connected to the scenes. Anyway, my score is 7. The series is nothing more than a way to pass the time, if you're bored. Most of the characters in the series are interesting, but it should be said that the series focuses mainly on comedy, which is fine with me, but this series is specific, almost every sentence is almost comedy, which I did not like. Unlike Drake and Josh, where I became more attached to the characters, here I was less attached to Sam and Cat, and more to the boy (whose name I had forgotten) and to Gomer. In conclusion, you can say that for me the series is quite mediocre, interesting but on the other hand I saw better.
- Apr 10, 2017
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