Meet Mary-Kate and Ashley, the Tween Queen Twins! Your new best friends have just arrived...
Ashley is SO jealous. Mary-Kate has a new maths tutor, and he's totally cute! The problem is, Mary-Kate couldn't care less about cute. Her maths lessons are making her miss basketball practice - and that means she won't be able to play in the big game!
So the twins decide to switch places. Now Ashley is working on fractions with the tutor, while Mary-Kate is working on her jump shot.
But can they fool everyone long enough to get what they want?
Adapted by Megan Stine.
From the teleplay by Bob Keyes and Doug Keyes.
From the series created by Robert Griffard and Howard Adler.
"The twins are the epitome of middle-class southern California: pretty, polite and inspirational. The image appeals to a vast number of young girls."
John Harlow, The Sunday Times (January 27, 2002)
"At just 15 they are a showbiz phenomenon and so squeaky clean they make Britney Spears look like a rebel."
The Sun (January 31, 2002)
"Two teenage fashion icons who define style for millions of American girls... Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen are a marketing phenomenon."
Toby More, Daily Express (January 31, 2002)
"Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen must be the coolest twins around."
tv choice (December 15-21, Issue 51)
"The most recognizable young icons among children aged six to 11."
Wendy Vukosa, Metro (January 28, 2002)
"The most powerful teenagers on earth."
Andrew Buncombe, The Independent (January 2002)
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen have been huge international stars since the age of 9 months, when they shared the role of Michelle in the sit com FULL HOUSE. With videos, video games, CDs, dolls, books, a fashion line and a magazine already under their belts in the US, they are poised to take over the UK market in 2002.