Parents' Guide to

Nikki & Sara Live

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Quirky late-night comedy has strong language, sexy stuff.

TV MTV Comedy 2013
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The lighthearted weekly series, which was born from their popular podcast You Had to Be There, creates some laughs thanks to the two hosts' polite, but sarcastic wit. But the show feels more awkward than edgy, thanks to their seemingly unsophisticated attempts at poking fun at people, places, and things.

Some of the jokes fall flat thanks to some odd timing, and the skits range from being funny to just plain silly. But these moments aren't too uncomfortable thanks to the hosts' ability to move things along. Nikki & Sara Live is certainly not for everyone, but folks who enjoy this sort of pop culture banter will find it worth watching.

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