In a world where mannequins are people too, reality TV is always watching everything, and the Leader of the Free World is decided by phone in vote, American Idol style, two actors help bring meta-cultural absurdism to its critical mass.
Nancy Kenny is a superstar, let’s start there. She is a fantastic actress with a captivating stage presence and that’s all on play in her Princess Polly. Wes Babcock as her part-time foil part-time ally – I’m going to coin the term anti-antagonist – is a perfect hopeless unknowing douche. Don’t ever change, Prince Charming Type. Not that you ever would. As stereotypes go he is (and then some), she isn’t. The two play off each other with comfortable chemistry, though their relationship is nearly overshadowed by Polly and her on again off again mannequin boyfriend.