No Good Nick

TV review by Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 11+

Sympathetic teen scams a family in edgy sitcom.

Parents say

age 13+

Based on 47 reviews

Kids say

age 10+

Based on 102 reviews

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age 10+

Save no good nick

I need it back i cant cope i need answers why doe she have photo of her family, did she know them is she related, is she responsibl for what hapend to nick's mum i must know. It was such an amazing show keeped me guesing every episode, m emotions were all over the place felt every emotion going it is so crule to leave people hanging. It is going to drive me mad.and i think it dose have a good message as yes she dose wrong how ever in the end she learns reveng dose not make you happy and is not right so it teaches you not to be a nick throught be real nick who knows right from wrong

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age 2+

I liked the show until part 2 came along. It became based on revenge plus a daughter thinking her dad being in prison was the other people from opposing restaurant were in the wrong over her dad who was put in prison because of his life choice. She blames the other family and what kind of lesson does that teach young viewers? That it's okay to think like "Nick", because her dad's restaurant failed? I think her problems were much more than because of a simple review. Her dad chose to commit a crime, his bad decision led her to be in foster care, and her bad decision to become a criminal led her to where she is right now. I can't watch anymore of this garbage!! It makes her appear as though she's justified in doing wrong, when in simpler terms, she's reaping what her father sowed. Or karma taking them out because of their bad decision making.

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