Ribald, drunken animated comedy is too edgy for most teens.
Mindless comedy will entertain teens, but watch for pot.
Superb British comedy classic skewers snobbery.
Superhero family's relationships set iffy examples for kids.
Quirky cartoon's stereotypes, crudity make it iffy for kids.
Funny family sitcom appeals to older kids and adults.
Crass but sweet sitcom better suited to adults.
Loud look at '80s family life has positive takeaways.
Jovial family sitcom is simplistic but still entertains.
Nickelodeon alums team up in funny book-inspired heist film.
Irish comedy has drinking and cursing but sweet family ties.
Charming family sitcom with great messages for all ages.
Hilarious true history lessons make drunkenness seem funny.
Tepid, short-lived sitcom upends some gay stereotypes.
Mockumentary comedy boasts subtle humor, strong language.
Flawed but family-oriented comedy pushes a positive message.
Dysfunctional family biz sitcom has sexual humor.
Classic family sitcom features 1950s social values.
Funny family sitcom with positive themes for tweens.
White House comedy with a few mature-ish storylines.
Series-inspired TV movie is worry-free holiday fun for kids.
No-frills, kid-staged pranks make for funny family comedy.
Sitcom's take on gender roles is fun for tweens, teens.
So-so sitcom celebrates families, raises discussion points.
Funny puppet comedy needs a reality check from parents.