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Eric & Jessie: Game On

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 16+

Celeb-couple reality show gets steamy; some drinking.

TV E! Reality TV 2013
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Community Reviews

age 18+

Based on 2 parent reviews

age 18+

Cringe Worthy

You think the show is going to showcase the careers of a wannabe country singer and NFL player however, it turns into more of a PDA fest. I personally cringe watching some of the overexerted efforts to make unnecessary scenes sexualized. It actually comes off as very phony and fake.
age 18+


When Jessie is not busy constantly reminding us how big Eric's penis is and how great he is at sex, she is busy talking about her boobs, showing off her boobs, talking about her sister's boobs, talking about her butt and talking about how great she is - while bragging about how large Eric's penis is to her sister and mother, her mother also gets in on it and starts talking about how large grandfather's (aka Jessie's father) penis is's sickening - have they ever heard of boundaries? The worst part is they are too ignorant to be embarrassed for themselves

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say: (2):
Kids say: Not yet rated

Eric & Jessie: Game On features lots of voyeuristic moments as the straight-laced Decker and the rather wild James enjoy being a new, committed couple. It also highlights how things such as their career commitments, fame, and other issues continually challenge their ability to be together.

They are a likable pair, but, outside of their good looks, some silly pranks, and steamy encounters, there isn't much going on here. However, folks looking for some guilty entertainment may find the risque moments entertaining enough to tune in.

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