Parents' Guide to

Bam's Unholy Union

By Sierra Filucci, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Boring, crude skateboarders get married, too.

TV MTV Reality TV 2007
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age 12+

Based on 1 parent review

age 12+

Bam's Unholy Union

Funny show! Its not suprising that most parents on this website hate Bam's humor and stunts, but like all Jackass related shows, it does have a very specific warning before the show starts. (Kids take heed to those warnings, we dont want any casualties). Oh and theres nothing wrong with sex before marriage. Religious people are silly.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say: (1 ):
Kids say: Not yet rated

As anyone familiar with Margera's antics in the Jackass franchise (as well as Viva la Bam) might imagine, the show features wild stunts, crude language, and strange characters. The series' appeal -- aside from providing the opportunity to witness Margera doing stupid things -- is the way it juxtaposes the supposed anti-establishment rule breaker with the traditional, rather conservative notion of a big wedding.

Viewers who happen to find Margera's personality -- or his propensity to wake up his friends by bashing them with a table lamp -- charming will enjoy the show. But without the car-wreck dysfunction of a couple like My Fair Brady's Christopher Knight and Adrianne Curry, Bam's Unholy Union feels a little been-there, done-that.

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