Pushing Daisies

TV review by Sierra Filucci, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 14+

Quirky drama mixes murder, fantasy, romance.

ABC Drama 2007

Parents say

age 12+

Based on 14 reviews

Kids say

age 12+

Based on 24 reviews

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My son who is 12 watches it and the first episode there was a son (about 6) running in daises all happy then in a shocking moment the dog is hit by a truck. The boy (Ned) touches the dog and it goes back to live. Ned has the talent of turning the dead back to life for only one minute or something else dies. Also another part has Ned as an adult stripped down in his underwear and his girlfriend (Chuck) in undergarments. Many uses of people "wanting to touch". Emmerson uses "Hell" and "a--" alot and other characters use "danm". They have bad role models because when they were at a nunnery, the nuns started killing eachother. While they were there, a nun started drinking some type of whiskey hidden in their bible. One person smokes and many people drinking beer and whiskey. Bad role models because people steel and kill eachother.

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