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Parents' Guide to

Dollface

By Marty Brown, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 16+

OK comedy about gender stereotypes has drinking, sex talk.

TV Hulu Comedy 2019
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Though they're meant to be quirky, the barrage of gender stereotypes that this series unleashes can be confusing. It's hard to tell which ones Dollface is trying to undermine or debunk and which the show actually believes in. For example, the first episode discusses why its important for women to go to the bathroom together at clubs, but then also depicts women stress-eating after a breakup without comment. The problem is compounded because the show is usually more clever than laugh-out-loud funny; it's more interested in doing something interesting visually than in actually making the jokes land.

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