From the fashion to the lingo to the logo (and, let's face it, the title itself), this show is so hilariously stuck in the '80s that I actually had to look it up to make sure that it wasn't meant to be set thirty years prior. I would have still questioned it, had it not been for the use of smartphones -- well played, Jane By Design. I guess this just leaves one question as far as this inevitably short-lived series goes: Do the writers know less about being a high school student or about working in the fashion industry?
With the extended first season coming to a close, I'm officially ready to say that ABC Family's Jane By Design turned out to be one of my favorite new shows of the year. Considering the fact that I've yet to find anyone else who actually watches the series (outside of our forum, that is), and in hopes that someone from the network will see this and decide to order a second season, here are five solid reasons why I recommend catching up with Jane and the gang:
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