• 2006
  • 1 Season
  • TV-Y7

A teen girl hosts a cable-access series with three friends and shows viewers how to take ordinary items and make them unique.

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Second Hand Woes Season 1, Episode 13 Dec 9, 2006 Paid

Lesson: Creativity and Humility. Craft: The Cake Mix Style Challenge. Amy hates being a hand-me down heiress but Cake sees that Amy's second-hand woes as a blessing in disguise and an opportunity to get creative. to donate her "little clothes" to Amy especially since Miracle has just been chosen to guest star on her favorite television show, "She's A Gem." Everyone is thrilled and they are more than happy to help her rehearse. After her first day on the set, Miracle's "inner diva" is unleashed and she soon becomes unbearable as she orders her friends around. Cake, Amy and Benjamin want the old Miracle back, and eventually the real Miracle returns, after she is given an unpleasant taste of her own medicine by Gem. This week's Cake TV episode features the Cake Mix Style Challenge designed to show Amy (and all of the CAKE TV viewers) how to turn their hand-me-downs and into fashionable pick-me-ups!

Snack Attack Season 1, Episode 12 Dec 2, 2006 Paid

Lesson: Creativity and Nutrition. Craft: "Take the Cake" Healthy Snack Keepers. While Cake and Miracle look through last year's yearbook, Cake is concerned about Miracle's umpteenth chocolate chip cookie. It's unhealthy and she's talking a mile a minute. Then Benjamin feels the negative effects of his scarfing down two Snoogleberry bars, a bag of Butter Bubbles and a raspberry-lime snow cone...It may be "easier" to grab junk food on the run but her friends' poor nutrition habits soon inspire Cake to put on her healthy hat and create "Take the Cake" Healthy Snack Keepers for this week's Cake TV.

Flopportunity Season 1, Episode 11 Nov 25, 2006 Paid

Lesson: Creativity and Responsibility. Craft: Cake's In-Jean-Ious Jeans. Miracle's fashion sense is hanging by a thread when the principal decrees that her new designer jeans ("stylishly" ripped, torn and filled with holes) don't meet the school's dress code. Miracle spent all of her birthday money on the jeans and doesn't know what to do. (Though, when one pant leg suddenly falls off altogether, she does have to admit that perhaps the principal has a point!) Miracle's dilemma may inspire the craft for the next episode of Cake TV featuring Cake's In-Jean-Ious Jeans, but the question is, will there actually be any more episodes of Cake TV? Maybe not! Because Benjamin, the cable access show's producer/director/cameraman, has been offered a huge opportunity to produce a teen sports show and that means leaving CAKE TV. The girls struggle to hide their disappointment as they wish Benjamin "good luck," and Benjamin struggles to decide if accepting the new opportunity is really the right thing to do.

Trump It Season 1, Episode 10 Nov 18, 2006 Paid

Lesson: Creativity and Self Acceptance. Craft: Cake's Cool Cases. Even though he is first chair in the school's concert band, Benjamin loses his enthusiasm for trumpet playing when the new Swedish transfer student, Inga, mentions that "the trumpet players are not so hot, ja?" Benjamin's convinced that his dull black trumpet case is part of the problem, so Cake turns the old case into the new craft for Cake TV, demonstrating how a little creativity and imagination can turn any ordinary container, from a make-up and glasses cases to lunch boxes into cool, one-of-a-kind expressions of one's individuality. Benjamin's thrilled with his new trumpet case, but he really changes his tune when he discovers that what Inga meant to say with her broken English, was that "trumpet players are not so hot - they are COOL!"

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