A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
The series provides interesting, educational information about living green, environmentalism, and other related topics. There's some mildly competitive behavior between players.
Occasional plays on words like "dam."
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Products & Purchases
At the end of each episode, there's some information about the winner's trip and the company who sponsors it. Runners-up receive DVDs from the Discovery Channel that are briefly but prominently displayed at the end of the show.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Some questions deal with the "green" production of alcohol. These questions sometimes lead to some mild drinking references.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this game show is full of facts about green living and other environmental issues. It's pretty mild, but there are occasional references to drinking and other humor that isn't really appropriate for young kids. Older tween and teen environmentalists are more likely to find it entertaining and informative.
Is It Any Good?
This fast-paced edutainment series offers lots of interesting facts about green living, conservation, and international environmental efforts. Witha focus on educating viewers about environmental issues, Green offers interesting bits of trivia between each round of play and even highlights some of the green design on the show's set.
But while the series is pretty tame, there are some mildly iffy moments, including a play on the word "dam," occasional drinking references, and some minor bathroom humor. And young kids frankly may not get too excited about the show, either. But older tweens and teens interested in green living and/or trivia will find the series worth watching.
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