Parents' Guide to

Adventures in Hollyhood

By Sierra Filucci, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Oscar-winning rappers head west; hijinks ensue.

TV MTV Reality TV 2007
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While much of the show focuses on the men working and making career-building connections, there's also a fair amount of partying and scoping out women, and there are some semi-sexual scenes of playful, physical flirting in bedrooms. Adventures in Hollyhood also touches on some racial issues -- like when the Mafia's white neighbor suggests that the fellows will be more successful if they slow down their music and use language that "most" people can understand. In other scenes, white people gawk at the guys as they drive through their fancy new neighborhood.

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