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I am well above the target age for "Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn" but sometimes it's nice to watch a show that requires little thought, easy and lazy viewing for adults! The show revolves ten-year-old quadruplets made up of three boys Nicky, Ricky and Dicky with their sister Dawn (as yet, it's not been addressed whether Ricky and Dicky are both called 'Richard' and why not use 'Micky/Michael' instead of 'Dicky') and the children's harassed parents.
The show is surprisingly funny, even for those of us who have passed high school, and the kids are adorable, even if they don't look anything at all alike. My other lazy kiddie show at the moment is 'Girl Meets World' but I prefer this as the kids are more likable and they also look and act like ten-year-olds and gives the audience a soft spot for them. In GMW, some of the 'pre-teens' look almost ready for uni and the girls dress like they're on the catwalk instead of off to school.
"Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn" is definitely a nice wee show that can be enjoyed by children and their parents without the adults wanting to peel their eyeballs out in boredom!
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