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  • As Savannah, Ashley Tisdale has been amazing
  • What I don't like is this soap opera plot with Vanessa, Derrick, and Red

    • by Orrymain

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      Alyson Michalka stars as Marti Perkins in Hellcats: The Prisoner’s Song. This hour was full of drama and excitement, especially when Marti votes against her teammate and roommate, Savannah, when Savannah ends up in a face off with Alice over the video presentation style. Marti also has some issues about Savannah bringing Dan into the cheerleader situation. Dan is Marti’s best friend, and she just isn’t certain about this relationship between he and her roommate.

      As Savannah, Ashley Tisdale

      has been amazing. I never anticipated being so entertained by her or the character, but Tisdale has come on strong, challenging Michalka for the focal point of the show. Sometimes, I’d rather watch her over Michalka, in fact.

      As the hour progresses, Alice (Heather Hemmens) calls for a no confidence vote as respects Savannah being the captain of the cheerleaders, but then surprisingly, the team comes together to make their video first. The vote is had, but after the bid ...

      • video to get into regionals has been submitted. It’s good viewing.

        Marti also has a great line with Dan at the end in which she says she misses having him all to herself. That’s really the truth and something that a lot of people can probably identify with. It was a poignant moment, and my favorite scene of the show.

        A close second was at the very end, the tag scene, when Marti sings a duet with a prisoner who

        she wants to help win an appeal. It’s well done, and it plays over the no confidence vote. It was a superb ending.

        What I don’t like is this soap opera plot with Vanessa, Derrick, and Red. It’s so old hat. It bores me. On the other hand, Marti’s law courses and dealings fascinate me, so I really wish they’d give us more law and less of this triangle tale that has nothing new to offer an audience.

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