What strikes me about this show is its honesty. People are complicated, none more so than Marisol, and so while she does disappointing and hurtful things, that's not all she is. There's a lot of humor in this story, energy and youth and frankness about drugs, sex, struggle, and mental health. If Marisol disappoints us, it's because it's so easy to like her and we want her to be better. The voice acting is superb, especially Mo McKynzie whose interpretation of Marisol is utterly believable and charismatic.