My son (age 6) and I LOVED this show (in fact, so much, I refused to let him watch it without me). The science content is spot on without being overwhelming or dry, it encourages curiosity and experimentation without being pedantic, and does all this while showing true diversity with respect to race, class, ethnicity. Best of all for us, given that I am newly a solo parent, the show delicately grapples with the issues of single parent families, no-show fathers, and the like in a gentle, accessible way. It also is one of the rare shows that illustrates some degree of the realities of social and economic class, if such things are important to you - in the same vein as shows from a previous era (I'm thinking Rosanne - though of course this show has little in common with that program). It's refreshing to me to see characters and families that are not wealthy or even solidly middle class on t.v. (or in this case, Amazon) once again. As a family whose finances have recently crashed, it's refreshing to see folks like us on the screen and certainly helpful for my son (though we don't yet live in a junkyard). Love this sweet, funny show!