Finding Carter

| October 20, 2014 | 1 Comment

This show is really sad,  yet very interesting. The show Finding Carter, tells a story about a teen who  got abducted when she was a child. Watching this series it makes me realize how lucky most of us are  to have our parents in our lives. In my opinion, this program might show us why are parents are always so strict with us. In this particular situation I feel very hurt and sad what this girl had to go through, and how hard it must be to find out you where kidnapped. How, she had to meet a whole new family that she doesn’t remember.

Carter was abducted when she was a child, from her family. Her biological mom was a cop and never stop searching. One day she was found and perfectly fine in every condition there was. When they found her she was already sixteen years old, about to be seventeen. Carter was stunned when she saw her family because she didn’t really remember any of them. This was a new thing for her and  the rest of her family.

Her so called “Mom” vanished because she didn’t want anyone to find her as Carter kid napper. Carter’s didn’t hear from her for months. Carter’s best friend Max had came down with her to where her mother Lori and her father David. That way she knew someone there and wouldn’t have to face the obstacles in meeting the new family alone. She ended up finding out  that she had a twin sister and a younger brother. Carter attended school with her sister and apparently everyone knew who she was. When Carter was found, it was scattered around the news all over the town and who knows where else.

Everyone in high school wanted to be her friend but really wasn’t because she was a new kid. They wanted to be her friend because of all the publicity she was getting. In my opinion, most of it was messed up because it should not be because of publicity, with the all the surprises and all the challenges she has to face know. People should not play around with friend ship, Some should really have a heart. Carter knew what real friends were and that was the good thing, but some people just really weren’t. She made real friends after the first couple of days.

Carter was very new to everything because she didn’t know her family. To them she was their precious little girl, but to her, they were total stranger. Later into the series, she gets into trouble with a boyfriend that she started dating. Her boyfriend’s name was Crash, and he would get into trouble with the police, Most of it was really not worth getting into trouble for, but the rest was.

Her boyfriend had accidentally shot her best friend Max. He had ended up in the hospital and was in a coma for a week or so. Crash ended up taking off, trying to contact Carter right after that. Carter wanted him to turn himself in, because the cops were looking for him. Crash was afraid that he would never see Carter because he would be in prison. But they should of never even stopped and Carter should have never made the decision to get cell phones.

That is where season one had left off of Finding Carter.

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  1. Graham G. says:

    This article has many issues, both content-wise and grammatically. The main problem with the content is that it’s a summary, and not a review like it’s supposed to be. You barely tell me how you feel about the show or why I should watch it.

    Now before I start, don’t let this lengthy comment discourage you. I’m trying to help you to write correctly and am not pointing out your errors just for the sake of pointing them out to you.

    Now onto the grammatical errors. You need to proofread better, because I found a grammatical error in literally every paragraph, and they’re especially bad in the first paragraph. It’s not entirely our fault though, because Erica (our Editor-in-Chief) should have caught many of them. I shall take time to list them here so you can improve.

    Paragraph 1:

    “The show Finding Carter, tells a story about a teen who got abducted when she was a child.” – No comma is necessary.

    “Watching this series it makes me realize how lucky most of us are to have our parents in our lives.” – “Watching this series” and “it makes me realize how lucky most of us are to have our parents in our lives.” are two separate thoughts, so the sentence is a run-on. There is also an extra space in between “are” and “to”.

    “In this particular situation I feel very hurt and sad what this girl had to go through, and how hard it must be to find out you where kidnapped.” – “Were” is the word you were looking for, not “where”.

    “How, she had to meet a whole new family that she doesn’t remember.” – The “How” and comma don’t make sense; it’s not a coherent sentence, even with context.

    Paragraph 2:

    “Her biological mom was a cop and never stop searching.” – “stop” does not match “searching” (it should have the same tanse), and it should be “stopped”.

    Paragraph 3:

    “Her so called “Mom” vanished because she didn’t want anyone to find her as Carter kid napper.” – “Carter” is a possessive, so it should be “Carter’s”. “kid napper” should be “kidnapper”

    “Carter’s didn’t hear from her for months.” – Looks like you might have mixed up possessives from the last sentence. “Carter’s” is not a possessive in this sentence and should be “Carter”.

    “Carter’s best friend Max had came down with her to where her mother Lori and her father David.” – This sentence is missing a word at the end. Right now, it’s a fragment.

    Paragraph 3.

    “In my opinion, most of it was messed up because it should not be because of publicity, with the all the surprises and all the challenges she has to face know.” – “know” should be “now” (I think. Is that what you meant to type?)

    “People should not play around with friend ship, Some should really have a heart.” – This sentence has all kinds of errors: that comma should be a period, and “friend ship” should be “friendship”.

    Paragraph 5:

    “To them she was their precious little girl, but to her, they were total stranger.” – Since a family is multiple people, and “were” refers to multiple people, “stranger” should be plural, as in “strangers”.

    “Her boyfriend’s name was Crash, and he would get into trouble with the police, Most of it was really not worth getting into trouble for, but the rest was.” – The comma should be a period.

    Paragraph 6:

    “But they should of never even stopped and Carter should have never made the decision to get cell phones.” – You shouldn’t start a sentence with a coordinating conjunction
    (FANBOYS: For, and, nor, but, or, yet, so). “should of” is not grammatically correct; instead, use “should have”

    Paragraph 7:

    “That is where season one had left off of Finding Carter.” – It should be ”
    That is where season one of Finding Carter had left off.”

    Overall, try to use consistent tenses in your writing (If you’re using past tense, continue using past tense and if you’re using present tense, continue using present tense.)

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