REBEKAH DEVLIN OUT OF THE BOX
IAM JUST itching to find myself in one of those Zac Efron body-switch comedies. I’d settle for Freaky Friday or Vice Versa, but 17 Again would be my pick. Mainly because Zac Efron is just so ridiculously good looking. And yes, I know he’s way too young for me, but it doesn’t mean that I can’t admire the human form. As my mum once said, ‘‘ I may be old, but I still have eyes’’.
Don’t those Americans just make high school look so cool?
Everyone has convertibles and is either a footballer or a cheerleader.
Oh and what I wouldn’t give to go to just one homecoming prom.
OK, so my real dream is to be crowned Homecoming Queen and then go to one of those ultra-cool parties by the lake where everybody drinks from those red and blue plastic cups.
Pretty Little Liars is my favourite teen show in a long time. It’s got the whole I Know What You Did Last Summervibe happening, but is also a cross between 90210— the first one, not the shoddy reboot — and The O.C..
The liars in question here are four impossibly beautiful teens whose friend Alison vanished a year ago, and turned up dead in episode two.
Just what happened to her, we don’t know. But someone has it in for the quartet and keeps sending them increasingly menacing text messages, signing them as ‘‘ A’’.
But these ain’t the usual ‘‘ I’ll always love you’’ messages from the grave, these are the nasty, ‘‘ you’re gonna pay, bitches’’ kinda stuff.
Things take a decidedly creepy twist tonight, and not just because one of the four is getting it on with her teacher.
Sadly, you know you’re getting old when actors you remember from the shows of your youth end up as mums in a new teen drama.
This stars both Sydney from Melrose Place and Piper from Charmed — oh, and a little Aussie actress called Tammin Sursok, remember her? Pretty Little Liars Go!, 8.30pm
Dreamy: Zac Efron