I've just viewed the first season of Jane By Design on DVD, on loan from my library. The first thng I want to address is almost the complete absence of parental figures. Billy is a high school student who lives with his brother who is always in trouble with the law. Apparently, they earn money by selling fake IDs. There is never mention of a parent except for an absentee mother toward the end of season 1. Billy's sole purpose in life appears to be that he is an enabler for Jane. The double life premise in regard to Jane attending high school part time and working for a fashion designer could never happen the way it is portrayed. Jane is hired on the spot with no background check and no verification of her age or employment status, completely unbelievable, apparently she lied on the application. Even those entering into intern programs are carefully screened, certainly this would have been discovered. Also, her boss and the majority of her coworkers never have a clue that she might be a high school girl and never question her age. We see Jane enrolled in AP calculus and English lit, the top student in her class, when does she have time to study? I loved the designer clothes, but the girl's income must all be on her back, yet she manages to make the mortgage and support her marginally employed brother, all on $34,00 a year. Flying to Paris and back in a day? Give me a large break! The show is entertaining and definite "eye candy," just don't try to make sense of the plot.