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    The Fever of 'Awkward' - TV Show That We Relate To

    Understand and analyze the fever of MTV’s Awkward; a show that relates with teens and parents alike and has you hooked from the very first episode you watch. Is it a realistic portrayal of teen life or just an exaggerated, glamour coated TV version?

    • I think that this needs to either be analyzed season by season or just write an article about one season itself. I think that in the beginning it tried to emulate John Hughes but it lost that touch once it became a hit – ajames 5 years ago
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    Dance definitely plays an underrated role in OITNB. It is amazing how a simple dance leads to sch developments both in the plot and the characters in season one.

    Dancing in Orange is the New Black

    I believe video games have little influence on a person’s behavior given that my brother and I have been playing them for years now and are still the most calm and least aggressive of the lot. Violent video games allow one to take out a lot of the stress, anger or frustration that one might have and seep into a world of unrealistic yet comforting virtual being.

    The Effects of Violent Video Games: Blasting the Myth

    Fallout has always been one of my favorite games and the theme of loneliness is something so trivial in making it different from most other games. After reading this article I will surely go back to playing the game with a whole new view of it’s characters, themes and plots.

    Loneliness in Fallout