Baxter (2010– )

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In order to avoid an essay on vampires, Baxter (Evan Williams) convinces Ms. Mansfield (Melanie Scrofano) to let Emma (Holly Deveaux) and him, with Jackal's (Dewshane Williams) help, film a... See full summary »

Director:

Paul Fox

Writer:

Alex Pugsley

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Evan Williams ... Baxter McNab
Holly Deveaux ... Emma Ruby
Brittany Bristow ... Tassie Symons
Kyle Mac ... Marcus Crombie
Dewshane Williams ... Jackal Corman
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Simon Ahmadi Simon Ahmadi ... Jaden
Jake Beale Jake Beale ... Dennis McNab
Addison Holley ... Dana McNab
Tara Joshi ... Jenna Jacovitch
Ish Morris ... Mr. Fellini (as Ishan Morris)
Melanie Scrofano ... Ms. Mansfield
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In order to avoid an essay on vampires, Baxter (Evan Williams) convinces Ms. Mansfield (Melanie Scrofano) to let Emma (Holly Deveaux) and him, with Jackal's (Dewshane Williams) help, film a vampire video. After choosing Marcus (Kyle Mac) as the vampire, Baxter overrules Emma's pick for the same role, her crush, the cute dancer Jaden (Simon Ahmadi). And yet Baxter casts his crush Tassie (Brittany Bristow) as the female victim, despite her lack of acting experience which Jenna (Tara Joshi) considers a personal affront. When Baxter's ego gets the better of him and he refuses to rewrite his script, Emma, Tassie and Jenna quit - to make their own movie starring Jaden! Soon both productions are on the rocks. About to give up and write the essay, Baxter and Emma decide to work together to create an amazing vampire ballet music video, with Jaden and Tassie as the stars. Written by Shaftesbury Films

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Genres:

Comedy

Certificate:

TV-G

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Release Date:

10 October 2010 (Canada) See more »

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