Dash Dolls

TV review by
Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media
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Mundane Kardashian spinoff stars retail shop employees.

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A lot or a little?

The parents' guide to what's in this TV show.

Positive Messages

Balancing partying with work, family. Religious differences a theme. 

Positive Role Models & Representations

Malik and Khadijah manage and mother the dolls. 

Violence

Arguments. Domestic violence a theme. 

Sex

Lots of sexual innuendo, groping, semi-blurred nudity (buttocks). 

Language

“Ass,” “hell,” “bitch”; curses bleeped. 

Consumerism

DASH, Mercedes-Benz, Rolls-Royce, Bentley, Playboy, Apple, etc. 

Drinking, Drugs & Smoking

Lots of drinking (wine, champagne, shots, cocktails); addiction a theme.

What parents need to know

Parents need to know that Dash Dolls, another addition to the Kardashian tv franchise, promotes the family's DASH stores and stars some of the women who work there. There's lots of strong language (curses bleeped), frequent drinking and endless argumentative behavior. It also features some strong innuendo, lots of exposed skin, cleavage, and partially blurred naked bottoms. High-end brands (Rolls Royce, Bentley, etc.) are also visible. Addiction, domestic violence, and religious differences are themes in some episodes, but aren't dealt with in any real depth. 

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What's the story?

DASH DOLLS is a reality series starring some of the employees of the Kardashian sisters’ Los Angeles-based DASH store. Khloe Kardashian’s best friend Malika Hagg, and her twin sister Khadijah Hagg-McCray, are responsible for working with the store’s high-end clients, as well as managing the Dash Dolls -- the young women who are working in the store. Among their charges is Nazy, the store’s assistant, Durrani, the merchandising manager, and Stephanie, the resident stylist. They also manage sales staff like Caroline and Taylor. While the "dolls" work hard during the day and wreak havoc in the house they share with each other at night, Malika and Khadijah are trying to restart their acting career. 

Is it any good?

The unscripted series offers few original storylines thanks to its reliance on typical reality formulas while highlighting the Kardashian brand. However, it manages to expand the relationship drama to include sibling rivalry, inconsiderate roommates, and some very troubled romantic entanglements. Thanks to the endless, drinking, branding, and sexual innuendo, it's hard to take any of it seriously. 

The show's focus is mainly on specific members of the store's staff, but Kardashian fans will be pleased by the sisters' frequent appearances throughout the season. Some folks may enjoy the antics between the "dolls," too. It's all pretty shallow, but if you're looking for some mindless guilty pleasure, this one will certainly fit the bill.  

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about the popularity of reality stars. Why exactly are the Kardashians so popular? What have they done to earn that fame? What makes them appealing to audiences? 

  • Families can also talk about why people would want to be on a reality show. Does it sound like something you'd like to do? Why or why not?

TV details

For kids who love reality

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