Parents' Guide to

Kids Unlimited

By Anne Louise Bannon, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Child actors' antics aren't very entertaining.

TV Syndicated Comedy 2007
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The show's premise is cute, but the execution is bad -- there's really no other word to describe it. The acting is flatter than the state of Kansas (your local newscaster could give more lively and believable line readings), and the writing is about as subtle as a three-ring circus and clumsier than a baby learning to walk.

The show clearly wants to be clever, and it sort of is -- the plot about the kid willing to trade his Eternal Soul video game for tips to beat his friend isn't a bad storyline, for example. But you don't need the whole Faust operatic steam flash and deep, evil voice routine to get the point. And that's one the show's more subtle attempts at humor. Bottom line? Your kids can find far better ways to spend their time.

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