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Courtney Loves Dallas

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Self-absorbed reality spin-off has vocab, innuendo, booze.

TV Bravo Reality TV 2013
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Courtney Loves Dallas centers on the life of the thirtysomething Courtney Kerr, who is struggling with being single while trying to build a new career for herself and keep her social life going. It also addresses some of the pressures women in the Bible Belt face when they do not make marriage and having children a priority.

It's definitely voyeuristic, and Kerr appears superficial and narcissistic thanks to being consumed by fashion, status, having fun, and finding romance. But, despite being self-absorbed, she lacks a larger-than-life personality. As a result, some might question why she has a show in the first place.

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