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By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Talk show features Griffin's bawdy style; heavy language.

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After being banned from practically every talk show on television, Griffins is now using her own talk show as a platform for the brash conversations she likes to have about celebrities and other sensational topics. However, because there are few celebrities actually featured on the show, much of its focus is on the endless sex jokes and bleeped language used to talk about them.

The best parts of the show are the ones that feature Griffin doing her comedy, rather than her interaction with her panel, which can get a little tiresome. But it has its funny moments, and folks tuning in looking for Griffin's trademark over-the-top humor will not be disappointed.

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