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Teen, 13 years old Written byCriticizer July 8, 2010

For teenagers and adults; NOT for under- 13's.

I absolutely love it! However, presumably, due to the nature of this show some scenes may be totally inappropriate fore children; this show contains forms of violence, i.e. fighting, arguing, pushing, however this behaviour is deemed as inappropriate.There is quite a lot of blue humour, dirty jokes and gayness and homosexuality discussions by the teens in the show; again this is deemed as inappropriate. There is a lot of profane language e.g milder forms such as hell or dammn aren't bleeped; however strong forms of profanity like s**t or f**k are bleeped, again this behaviour is deemed as inappropriate and TOTALLY unacceptable. There is quite a lot to do with drunkenness, alcohol, smoking and other issues relating to that, again, this is deemed as unsuitable. It is a VERY good effective show, but however, because of the reasons I have just listed the target is clearly NOT for children, it's for TEENAGERS and adults, but teenagers especially. Its target group is about 13-20's, however, if you're the type of adult who's into this kind of thing, go ahead!! But do NOT let any child under 13 watch this is it is inappropriate for children and tweens.
What other families should know
Too much violence
Too much sex
Too much swearing
Too much drinking/drugs/smoking
Great role models