Parents' Guide to

Keep It Spotless

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 6+

Simple, messy game show has short-lived appeal.

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This game show's shtick -- silly games with a high mess factor -- intrigues for a while, but it has a hard time sustaining much entertainment value. Some of the challenges in Keep It Spotless require contestants to strategize and adapt as they learn what works and what doesn't, but others are more dependent on luck than on any amount of skill on the part of the players. The fact that there's a quantitative measurement of cleanliness by way of the Spotless Scanner helps validate the selection of a winning team and their eventual winnings. The bottom line? There are more substantial game shows with broader appeal for the whole family than this one-dimensional offering.

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