Parents' Guide to

Campus Ladies

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Mad misadventures of middle-aged college co-eds.

TV Oxygen Comedy 2006
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Campus Ladies is funny, but it definitely has plenty of iffy (and sometimes crude) humor, poking fun at issues like religion, race, sexual misconduct, and mental and physical disabilities. It's tempered by the fact that Joan and Barri aren't mean-spirited, just oblivious to the fact that both they and their behavior are out of place.

While they're not the savviest pair, Joan and Barri's courage (to start their lives over) and attempts to live life fearlessly make them extremely likeable. Plus, the unconditional support they offer each other during the whole experience is a welcome, positive representation of female friendship. They provide a genuine reminder that it's never too late to change the direction of your life -- or to have fun in the process.

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