Parents' Guide to

House of Consignment

By Elka Karl, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Smart businesswoman hawks luxury goods; some language.

TV VH1 Reality TV 2012
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McFadden is very fun to watch. She's the rare unicorn of the reality TV world: smart, strong, beautiful, driven -- and not represented as mean or shrewish. VH1 does her a service by letting her business savvy and intelligence shine through, without obviously trying to manipulate her actions or words.

Along the way, a team of employees share the limelight with McFadden and create fun reality TV moments -- think fussy interns forced to pick up after tiny dogs on walks -- that never take away from the show's main message and theme. This is one of the more enjoyable, light-hearted reality shows out there, and fashion-savvy teens will get a kick out of it and see a fairly strong female role model in the process.

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