Parents' Guide to

Being Terry Kennedy

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Positive pro skater balances sport, business, and family.

TV BET Reality TV 2010
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Kennedy, who has been featured on other shows like Viva La Bam and Run's House, shows us what life is like for a business mogul before s/he hits the big time. Meanwhile, most of the conversations that take place throughout the show are about wanting, needing, and making money. While some of this talk about cash comes from the desire to drive expensive cars and afford other luxuries, much of it is spurred by Kennedy's desire to support his extended family.

It contains some salty language and some mature storylines that shed light on the skateboarder's rough past. But it is the show's overall positive messages about making constructive life choices, living a balanced life, and the importance of family, that make it a worthwhile viewing choice. 

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