Who here watches skins? And when I say skins I mean the British version the American one sucked. It was definitely one of my favorite television series as a teenager, so I decided to re-watch it recently and have fallen in love all over.
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I started watching the show in lateafter my close friend introduced me and a bunch of others while hanging out one day. I was instantly hooked to the characters that the show offered. However, one character that I felt a kindred spirit with was Effy, the younger sister of Tony Stonem and one of the leading characters in series two.
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Elizabeth "Effy" Stonem is a fictional character in the television series Skinsplayed by Kaya Scodelario. She appears in all of the first four series, as well as the seventh series, and appears in the most episodes She was included in AfterEllen.
The innocent fan, sitting down next week to the first episode in the third series of E4's teenage comedy drama Skins, is in for a shock. All the carefully developed young characters that they have become involved with over series one and two are gone — no more Tony, no more Cassie, no more Sid. No more any of them.
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Even the most dedicated fans can see how much of a target Skins has been over the years. Appearing like a dream come true for advertisers wanting to appeal to a rebellious teen audience, at the same time horrifying their parents, it was pitched as a tawdry sex and drugs fest simply after titillation and ill-advised wish-fulfilment for its impressionable young audience. But for those that gave it a chance, wondrous moments of entertainment lay in wait. The sex, drugs and wish-fulfilment were all there, but simply provided a backdrop for a ground-breaking and unique exploration of youth and growing up as a teenager in the UK.