On the surface, this show is easily three full loads of fun. It's about a girl and her friends and brother -- and no parents at all. That's fun. Parents are a total drag. To not have to explain parthenogenesis to kids, Carly technically has a dad -- he's just in the military and opted to leave his children home alone while he serves an ever-ongoing term overseas. If Carly has a mother, no one cares to mention her at any time. Ever.
Carly lives with her seemingly mentally-impaired artist brother and has a weekly webshow. The nature of her show seeks to defy all you know of the internet and how it works at every turn. Bandwidth? Servers? Costs? These things do not concern us. Instead, it's two teen girls who are not doing anything illegal, while another nerdy teen uses one of those 1980s omniscient computers to control everything with one or two button clicks that make sounds and lights and visual effects appear. The show is live-streamed because editing is for assholes and f**k-faces.
Carly's two friends are Sam, a felonious tomboy who also has no parents, and Freddie, the computer nerd whose mother seems like one of those types who might shower with him. He has no father. No one is allowed to come from an unbroken home; that's a rule. Also, there's a fat boy named Gibby who takes his shirt off all the time because boy bosoms are hilarious to young and old alike. Next time you're at the beach, look for a fat kid and just enjoy the rest of your day.