Ultimately realize that there is nothing fundamentally wrong with this trope; all forms of entertainment are about the illusion. At the same time this is not about age discrepancies, just being three or four years older doesn't necessarily mean the production is "trying to pull a fast one" on the audience.If anything finding a 19 year old to play a 17 year old is well ahead of the curve.While maybe not the worst case example (Jack aside), it is a joke that has filtered into the cultural mindset regarding the show.By and large this trope requires some research, you can't know for certain that an actor/actress is a certain age unless you scour around Wikipedia or IMDb.Also consider that production time may vary greatly from release of the movie or airing of the episode. Timeline issues sometimes make this more apparent, as 5 seasons of a tv show may only cover one year within the context of the story, making an actor who was an aversion become a straight example over time.
But the plan that is likely laid out for you is a plan destined to fail, so you've got to make the right choices to get a jumpstart on a life of health, wealth and happiness.Regrets are pointless, but if for some reason I was put into a time machine and found myself 18 years old again this is what I'd be glad to know.She isn't your soulmate, she isn't “the one”, it isn't true love. Assuming you are a westerner, especially an American, . As a young man you can be free to date around and play the field.17-year-old Michelle Williams was the only one still high school aged.In season two, the new main character Jack was 16, and actor Kerr Smith was 26.