Hey. I'm probably the only person who has seen this show, especially because it first aired last Monday, plus it's on We, and nobody watches We. I mean, why would you? But I saw the show advertised in this magazine, and the concept looked kind of cool, so I watched it regardless.
I liked how they showed the girls age and progress for lack of a better word. The appear to be so innocent and by their senior year, they have matured (well, in the first episode, they have matured..not sure if you can say that for future episodes).
Even though they started with Lauren (G?), who was diagnosed with a brain tumor (sad, yes, but for Lauren "oh, no big deal. i could be dead"), I felt more for Cappie, whose story interested me more. I guess I could understand her story more, since most people don't get tumors during high school, I suppose.
I think I might continue to watch the show, since they seem to be tackling some hardcore stories.
I still find it hard to believe that they just happened to follow 12 girls with interesting stories. I bet there was more that they followed. I know!
All in all, I just find the concept of video taping someones life over a long period of time, and then showing it in a 30 minute time frame (well, actually an hour, but each story is about 30 minutes, just mixed together). There is supposively a British show about this guy as he aged and stuff after high school, but whatever. This was my idea, and somebody stole it. ugh.