Who said there's no such thing as culture clash? When three American teenagers are forced into a friendship with three of Opetta's finest, people they don't even know, they might just find that they're not so different after all.
The last thing that they wanted is to visit a country like Opetta, somewhere so small that it barely shows on the map. However, it's about time that the kids take a trip farther than their own front porch. They might just learn a bit more about the global conflict that they've been fighting so hard against.
Known as Double-Up by the rest of the world, Joseph spends his alter-ego days being cautious. He knows that one mistake might mean that he could never be a hero. That's all he's ever wanted to do. Despite his desire to help as much as he can, he restrains himself for the greater good.
As the daughter of a great ambassador, Nina maintains her composure in the worst of situations. She is steadfast, which has a tendency to make her arrogant. Obviously, she always knows what's best for everyone - she wouldn't be capable of turning into pure titanium if she didn't.
Terrance lives his life independently to make things as easy as possible for his mother. He's been through a lot in his life, which leaves him unsympathetic to the others and what they're struggling with. He always supposed that his struggles might be why the universe gifted him with the ability to adapt.
As the president's daughter, Danielle doesn't have a choice in how she behaves. She must be levelheaded and capable. If someone were to see anything different, it would be the end of her world because her parents would kill her. Besides, she does enjoy some of the benefits that come from life at the White House.
Errol entertains a bold lifestyle as the best friend of the president's daughter. It gives him a certain amount of leeway with both his parents and the Secret Service. A good example of this would his unorthodox artistic endeavor in the dining room one night - he was banned from the White House for almost two weeks.
As the only child of a prominent United States senator, Serena was never expected to run her life and wouldn't survive on her own because of it. However, she boasts a deeper consideration and perception than her friends can. She tries her best to empathetic and discerning with others.
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