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Help! Charlie Miller (Ashley Benson), a D-list reality TV star with a rabid fan base, has just gone missing off the coast of Key Biscayne, Florida. On the case are Mark Green (Zachary Quinto), a deskbound police department employee with an encyclopedic knowledge of celebrity gossip, and Tiana Jones (Michelle Buteau), his no-nonsense colleague. After Mark and Tiana pose as detectives to find Charlie, the case gains national media attention, and the two quickly find themselves in a firestorm of basic bitches, gun-toting bookies, and cutthroat momagers. Sorry Charlie Miller is a TikTok-era mystery with twists, turns, and a whole lot of questionable fashion choices. It takes place in Florida, hello.  

Please note this show contains sensitive material and is not suitable for children. Discretion is advised.

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Disappointing

I only managed to finish because I am a fan of Zachary Quinto. The voices were so good and did their best with the material.

The concept is clever, and has potential, but the execution isn't great. The writing is very camp which is the point, and that's fine, but the actual dialogue is really cringe.

The short jokes about the Captain arent funny and slaps of early 90s ignorance. The dialogue is repetitive ("The eggs are burnt!" "The eggs are burnt??") and the characters are really one dimensional.

There are random things in the story just for the sake of being random (like, haha look at me being cute and random! No.), and sometimes it feels like the writer is talking down to the audience- right near the beginning they straight up do it, literally like, "Audible users have trouble following the story with audio dramas". What. It doesn't come across as cute tongue-in-cheek like it tries, but just kind of rude.

The music is cute, and the "sor-ry chaah-lee!" title singing is quite catchy.

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Fabulous!

I don't normally write reviews but this pod cast made me laugh and smile! Great performances from all involved!

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I didn't hate it.

A little over the top, but entertaining enough. One episode in and you'll know if it's for you.