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Glory Daze

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Wild college comedy with drinking and sexual content.

TV TBS Comedy 2010
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The series takes a fun look at college life in the late 1980s by highlighting some of the day-to-day activities and crazy antics that college coeds are stereotypically known for. It also makes some obvious, but amusing references to the music, fashion, films, and conservative politics of the time.

Despite being set in the past, the positive messages it sends about friendship, loyalty, and finding one's own way in life are timeless. But its strong sexual content, alcohol consumption, and drug use makes watching the show a guilty pleasure best left for older viewers.

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