A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Jacob passes on good lessons about honesty and standing up for yourself.
Violence & Scariness
Siblings occasionally push and shove.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Slight innuendo amongst parents.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Jacob is a relatable character for kids who come from large families and might feel like they get picked on. Although there's a lot of name calling and sibling rivalry in this show, the messages about honesty, standing up for yourself, and overcoming obstacles make this a fine pick.
Is It Any Good?
In addition to boasting hip music and cool animation, Jacob Two-Two is a show that most kids should be able to relate to. What kid hasn't had to deal with wanting their own room, trying to fit in, and learning how to stand up for themselves in a big world? The sibling rivalries are sometimes overplayed, and the name-calling and occasional slight innuendoes between Jacob's parents might raise a few parental eyebrows. But overall the series successfully conveys useful life lessons in each episode, making it a fine choice for grade-schoolers.
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