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That "Awkward" show really wasn't great
By the end of the show all I could say was, “That was it?”
For a first impression I wasn’t drawn in, it seemed like another, “Woe is I, I think I’m awkward and that’s why the popular guy that I like doesn’t want people to know he likes me and because of that today is the WORST day of my life and blah blah blah sometimes these situations makes me wanna die blah blah blah I’m a misunderstand teenager blah blah.”
I couldn’t relate to the protagonist and I know it’s only the first episode but that first episode is where you snatch and keep most of your new viewers/fans. It didn’t do it for me so I’m, “Eh” about it.
I kept comparing it to Awkward Black Girl where the protagonist, though she’s black, she’s ten times more relatable and embodies “awkward”. Nothing about the show Awkward screamed “I’m truly awkward!” it was more, “I’m an ordinary girl getting bullied by a popular cheerleader who has more meat on her bones than me and the popular guy I like doesn’t want people to know he likes me.”
Typical. Played out.
She was more clumsy than awkward. I saw some Easy A similarities like the outlandish counselor that doesn’t listen to her students, the protagonist’s demeanor though the protagonist in Easy A was more interesting and relatable than this one…
I don’t know. The show was just, “Eh.”