You’re in your early twenties/late teens and your show gets picked up to be on ABC family. It gets popular, ridiculously popular and suddenly magazines want to interview you and girls are looking up to you and you’re famous.

And you share this experience with 4 other girls, all of whom didn’t land big jobs before, all of whom are experiencing this for the first time.

And for 7 years, it’s all of you together, filming, interviewing, late night shoots, early morning shoots, getting makeup done, going to awards shows, the list goes on…

And now you’re in your late twenties and you’re ready to move on, you’re ready to play a different role, seek out big films, independent films, book deals, music…

But those 4 other girls won’t be doing it with you. The rest of this cast and the crew and the writers and all the people who you’ve been with this whole time- but especially those 4 girls who you’ve grown closer and closer to, they are going on their own journeys.

And you’re excited, for yourself, for them… but holy shit are you going to miss those late night shoots and early morning makeup with those 4 girls who experienced it all with you from day one.