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“Fake” stars give the real answersWhen you watch “Fakes,” starring Emilija Baranac and Jennifer Tong, know that there is a third star: money. And while Baranac and Tong play Zoe and Becca, respectively, and can pull inspiration from their real lives, the blue, purple, green, red and brown bills you see on the screen are the real deal. Why? Because—fun fact—it’s illegal to use fake money in Canada, even on a CBC Gem TV show like “Fakes.” (It’s viewable on Netflix outside of Canada.)

The two teens embark on a massive fake-ID business, learning about the power of money and its impact on ego and motivation. Oh, and on their friendship, too. In addition to the comedic drama that ensues when teens have access to more (Canadian!) money than they even knew existed, there are financial subplots, too. Tayocoin, for example, is a fictional crypto that shows how monitoring the ups and downs can affect investors’ emotional states. 

Baranac (“To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before”) and Tong (“Grand Army”) take the My MoneySense Proustian-style questionnaire to reveal their views on money and more…

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