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  • I like Michalka's Marti Perkins, but I'm not that fond of her choices, and ultimately the alliance and devotion to the Hellcats actually weighs on her instead of lifting her up
  • This scene is fabulous and was the best of the hour

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      Hellcats: The Match Game focuses on the cheerleading squad deciding to auction off dates with themselves in order to raise money to pay for their trip to the National competition. Naturally, the winners of the auction dates prove to bring some conflict and drama.

      Once again, it is Ashley Tisdale who steals the show from Alyson Michalka.


      I like Michalka’s Marti Perkins, but I’m not that fond of her choices, and ultimately the alliance and devotion to the Hellcats actually weighs on her instead of lifting her up.

      By contrast, Tisdale’s Savannah Monroe is growing, changing, and evolving. Yet, she hasn’t lost herself. In fact, in this hour she actually makes peace with her mother, Layne. This scene is fabulous and was the best of the hour.

      Like Tisdale, it’s Teryl Rothery as Layne Monroe who is stealing the show when it comes to the recurring characters. For me, she is far more watchable and intriguing than, say, Gail O’Grady, who plays Marti’s mom, Wanda Perkins. O’Grady’s ...


      • Hellcats: The Match Game TV Show
      part is so shallow and predictable. I don’t even like her.

      The show did entertain very well on the whole. The drive off moment for Savannah and her boyfriend was fun and flashy, and then Marti’s willingness to be open about her relationship with Lewis was good to see.

      On the whole, Hellcats is about transition and

      evolution, as respects the two new best friends of Marti and Savannah. It’s just a matter of what direction the show decides to take in showing how they grow.

      I do like their connection, and the story has promise. If they could find better cohesion for Marti’s character, things would be even better than they have been.




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