A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
The show hypes up the interpersonal drama between women in the bridal party, though there are also some tender moments.
Positive Role Models
Bridesmaids range from being sweet and polite to being sassy ex-cons. Sometimes they are more focused on themselves and competing with each other rather than helping the bride.
Violence & Scariness
Arguments between brides and bridesmaids are frequent, but nothing too over-the-top.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Bachelorette parties can get rowdy, with women hitting on random guys and discussions of being "horny." Some playful stripping, but all sensitive parts are covered.
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Words like "pissed" and "bitch" are audible. Words like "s--t" are bleeped. Epithets like "white trash" occasionally used.
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Products & Purchases
References are made to brands like Paxil. The names of local haunts and drinking holes are sometimes visible.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Drinking (shots, cocktails) is frequent at bachelorette parties (often leading to drunken behavior). Wine and champagne is visible at rehearsal dinners and wedding receptions. References are made to anti-depressants.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Along for the Bride is full of catty behavior between women, hyped up by the show's format. Expect plenty of sexual references, salty language, and drinking leading to drunkenness.
Is It Any Good?
The bridesmaid-centered series Along for the Bride focuses on the final days before the wedding, when the bridesmaids all come together (sometimes for the first time) to celebrate the big day. There's some nuptial drama, but the show creates some humor by assigning each bridesmaid a nickname to reflect her unique personality.
Along for the Bride is milder than some other wedding-themed reality series, and thanks to some lighthearted moments, some folks may find it entertaining. But if you're looking for something that features lots of romance or a complex story, there simply isn't much here.
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