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Old 08-24-2004, 12:23 PM   #1
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i think the first 3 seasons are the best. To me when they have curly hair the show is way funnier!!! and when they are still young, it just is better When they get older and get their hair fixed i think they get more serious the shows do. I only like to watch when they are young and funny.
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Old 08-27-2004, 09:07 PM   #2
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I think the best seasons were the latest. When they had the straight hair and they were in college. It really totally changed from the beginning because they had them acting geeky in the begining. Whichever season it was where tamera would do those inpressions, and whine, where the MOST ANNOYING. They had her acting really dumb.
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I think I liked it all about the same. If I had to say I think I would say I liked the later seasons better.
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Old 07-27-2005, 02:15 PM   #4
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I think I liked it all about the same. If I had to say I think I would say I liked the later seasons better.
I did too.
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Old 07-28-2005, 05:12 PM   #5
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I liked the later seasons... Everything was better, the episodes fit more of their age range where in the older ones where they were like 13 or 14, they had them act almost like 8 year olds.Plus the girls grew up to be beautiful women & they look so much better with the str8 hair. Plus Marques Houston aka Roger came a long way too! I also liked the addition of Tyreke & Jordan.. Later seasons hands down!!!
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I liked the first seasons the best. I liked that everything was fresh and they were all just geting to know eachother. I think that they were funnier in the first few seasons. I just liked the High school storys better than the colluge. I also liked Roger much more in the first few seasons.
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Oh yeah! The early seasons were the best! And I absolutely don't think they ever acted like eight-year-olds. They were so much funnier in the beginning. It's like they stopped being funny when they straightened out their hair.
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I definitely enjoy the early episodes best, most especially the ABC episodes. For some reason, I didn't enjoy it nearly as much on the WB.
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I love the earlier seasons the best. I did not care much for Tyreke and Jordan. Marques Houston was much funnier.
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Yeah, the ABC episodes were much better. When the show moved to WB for its last 4 seasons, things got very boring and overacted. The show was way too serious, and was getting away from the premise of the show.
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Yeah, that what happens a lot with shows about teenagers. They become too serious in the end, in an attempt to make the show more "mature". I defineately like Tia and Tamera better in the beginning anyway. As I've said, when they straightened out their hair, it was like they straightened out their personalities too. I would still watch the late seasons too, if they came on a Swedish TV channel again. But I like the early seasons way better.
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I enjoyed the show all the way through, but if I had to choose between the earlier vs. later seasons, I would choose the earlier seasons because I liked Roger more than the boyfriends.
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