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Maybe It's Me

Moral Rating: usually OK
Primary Audience: Teen to Adult
Genre: Comedy
Length: 30 min.


    Starring: Reagan Dale Neis, Julia Sweeney, Fred Willard, Andrew Walker, Patrick Lewis, Ellen Albertini Dow, Vicki Davis

Reagan Dale Neis in 'Maybe Its Me'. Copyright The WB.

Show Synopsis: (from the producer) Created by two-time Emmy Award winner Suzanne Martin (Frasier), this offbeat family comedy centers on 15-year-old Molly Stage (newcomer Reagan Dale Neis) who - like most girls her age - feels as if she's surrounded by a family of freaks.

This series aired from September 2001 to May 2002.

Viewer Comments   

Usually OK—I was pleasantly surprised to find a show that involved a Christian character (Grant)! I think it's a wonderful thing, due to the fact that finding a Christian character on a tv show is rare. I've read numerous remarks that Grant's character is offensive …I do not believe so. He is displayed as a caring individual who is a strong young man in his faith and beliefs. I also find it wonderful that there have been contemporary Christian artists' music played on the show as well!
   —Caitie, age 18

Usually OK—This show is hilarious! It has quickly become one of my all-time favorites. The cast, especially the parents, are very believable people. They are pretty funny to watch too. I definitely recommend this show for anyone that wants to have a good time.
   —Dustin Foree, age 14

Take Caution—I thought this show was OK. It was at times humorous and didn't have too much objectionable content. The one thing about it that I didn't like was how one of the Christian characters was portrayed. He is shown as some mindless follower who always has his guitar and a goofy grin on his face. He is also always made fun off for his beliefs. Another character is a thief who often involves his younger sisters in breaking into houses-this is not condemned either. Also, the parents are portrayed as less intelligent than the children. Not the worst but definitely not something I would recommend.
   —Megan, age 18

"…isn't perfect (it boasts occasional mild profanity and subtle sexual humor), but its tone is benevolent. And so far, its moral messages are clear…"
   —Steven Isaac, "Plugged In", Focus on the Family