Maisie and Daisy McCormack are two ordinary 12-year-old girls...Well, ordinary-ish. They're as ordinary as you can be when you've just chased off the narrator of a children's film (Colin Baker) and taken over the story. As ordinary as you can be when you have an aspiring model (Sarah Warren) for a mother and an overprotective writer (Kenton Hall) for a father, both of whom seem determined to prove how weird grown-ups can really be. As ordinary as you can be when you decide to take your borrowed audience on a whirlwind trip through what it's really like to be 12 in the 21st century, with a little help from princes and princesses, cops and robbers, first loves, knights, bullies, teachers, werewolves, vampires and Gary (Ewen MacIntosh) from the comer shop. So, not very ordinary at all, really.