Very Mary-Kate is the #4 Web Series of All Time

Elaine Carroll’s fleet, goofy series proves that the narrowest focus often yields the most results. Carroll plays Mary-Kate Olsen, who, over the course of a handful of seasons, refuses to see that her spoiled, silver-spoon upbringing isn’t doing her any favors. The minutiae of her obnoxious behavior gets put under the microscope, giving Carroll plenty of opportunities to show off her attention to detail, heightening real-life personality quirks and mixing them with those of her own invention. (Even the character’s voice is an odd, slurred combination of reality and fantasy.) VMK is distinctly compelling because it doesn’t try to leave the world of Mary-Kate Olsen—only find new and exciting toys to play with—and is tightly written, running about two minutes an episode.