A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Competition is the major theme throughout all four episodes. Family, friendship, fairness, other positive themes also featured.
Positive Role Models
Some adults teach very positive lessons, while others make mistakes (and usually face the consequences).
Violence & Scariness
Some folks are more competitive than others, and make silly threats. Big Show sometimes puts people in wrestling locks.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Some suggestive comments that will go over young kids' heads. Occasionally characters will wear stomach-revealing outfits.
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Words like "ass" are occasionally audible.
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Products & Purchases
Apple products (and Apple logo) are clearly visible. Overall the event helps promote different Netflix situation comedies.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Contains a reference to getting high. Occasional references to drinking alcoholic beverages (like margaritas).
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Game On: A Comedy Crossover Event is a limited series where four different Netflix comedy shows "cross over" into each other. Each episode has parallel themes and includes guest appearances from the other shows' characters throughout. It contains some mild suggestive references that will go over young kids' heads, occasional strong words, and Apple computers and iPhones. Despite all of this, the messages are positive and family-friendly.
Is It Any Good?
This lighthearted comedy event bills itself as a crossover but doesn't combine the shows into a singular story. Instead, it relies on a competitive theme to tie each of the stand-alone episodes together, and uses special appearances by characters from each show to reinforce it. It isn't the most creative approach, but it allows viewers unfamiliar with the four series to easily follow each plotline. If you're a Netflix sitcom fan, Game On: A Comedy Crossover Event will be sure to please.
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