Parents' Guide to

Flipped Off

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Notorious Survivor celeb flips houses, argues, curses.

TV A&E Reality TV 2012
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Flipped Off acts as a promotional vehicle for Russell, who was a Survivor fan favorite despite villainous role on the show. Outside of Russell's temper tantrums and vague conversations about his troubled personal life, most of the show centers on the close but contentious relationship between him and his brother.

There is a minimal focus on the actual house-flipping process here, except for on the mistakes the brothers make. As a result, unless you happen to be a Russell Hantz fan or are interesting learning a bit more about what can happen after you appear on a reality competition, you probably won't find a whole lot here worth watching.

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