Parents' Guide to

Just Shoot Me

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Grown-up humor in the workplace. Teens and up.

TV Syndicated Comedy 1997
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The series pokes fun at the fashion industry and high-society life, but it's the show's sharp-tongued wit and quick sarcasm -- both of which play to Saturday Night Live alum David Spade's strengths -- that make it one worth watching.

Teens and adults will enjoy 30 minutes of fun and laughs with the Just Shoot Me gang, but the show's willingness to make light of alcohol and drug use and intermittent sexual innuendoes should rule it out for kids. One disappointing side effect of the show's humor is that Maya -- the only character to exhibit strong morals and overall good judgment -- is often the brunt of workplace jokes and comes across as weak and simple-minded.

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