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G.I. Joe: Sigma Six

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Covert operatives get high-tech in 21st century.

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While mostly predictable in plot, the series does make attempts to work in some good lessons. One episode features a mission that pairs an unlikely duo: cool-headed Scarlett and impulsive Tunnel Rat (Pete Zarustica). When asked why he partnered these particular operatives, Duke responds that "their working methods will complement each other." In the end, the lessons learned are two-fold; Scarlett learns to place more trust in Tunnel Rat, which then increases his self-confidence.

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