A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
The series highlights the most popular dance moves features on the Internet. It's a competition, but most of the focus is on having fun.
Violence & Scariness
Videos show the less graceful tripping and falling off roofs, boats, and furniture. Fireworks and other props sometimes get out of control and create dangerous situations.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Women are sometimes showed in skimpy bikinis; men are shown shirtless. Contains very subtle sexual or body part references that will go over the heads of most kids. Some dances feature some butt-shaking, but nothing too sexual.
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Products & Purchases
Songs from popular artists like One Direction are featured.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Rare references made to drinking and driving.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Dancing Fools features family-friendly Internet clips of people of all ages dancing. Some videos feature people doing dance moves with potentially dangerous props (like fireworks) or falling from the tops of tables, boats, and even houses (but no one gets hurt). Some of the dancers like to shake their butts or dance in bikinis, too, but none of the moves are too risqué. Jokes sometimes contains some mild potty humor and innuendo.
Is It Any Good?
Dancing Fools offers a look at some of the more popular amateur viral dance videos on the Internet, some of which date back to a decade ago. It also shows random clips of people engaging in silly and/or potentially dangerous dance routines in order to get audiences laughing.
The show is family friendly, and the various gags that take place between videos are mildly entertaining, but some of them feel like silly, half-hearted attempts to fill up part of the show's 30-minute time slot. There isn't a whole lot of substance here, but folks who like this sort of thing may find it worth tuning in to.
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