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Harry Loves Lisa

By Kari Croop, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Celeb couple mixes career and family in tame reality show.

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The last thing the world needs is another reality show about a celebrity couple. But as far as Hollywood couples who have their own reality series go, Hamlin and Rinna are at least refreshingly honest about their intentions: They're using the show to try to rejuvenate their flagging careers. Both had brief moments of national exposure thanks to Dancing with the Stars, but neither is as famous as they used to be -- or apparently want to be.

That doesn't make Harry Loves Lisa a best of breed by any means, but it's a generally harmless look at what it's like to try and reinvent yourself in a here today, gone tomorrow entertainment industry. At times, the concept feels forced. But when you think about it, the fact that you're watching a reality show about a celebrity couple that's using a reality show to fuel their celebrity is surprisingly -- and frighteningly -- real.

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