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Odd Mom Out

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Fun scripted satire of NYC wealthy skewers stereotypes.

TV Bravo Comedy 2015
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The smart, satirical series, which is produced by Jill Kargman, unapologetically pokes fun at how rich, privileged folks understand the world around them. It underscores what the wealthy deem as important as opposed to what "average" people value, such as getting their children into top private schools, staying thin, and putting on self-serving charity events to help the underprivileged.

It's funny, but one can't help but note the obvious stereotypes about the wealthy being perpetuated here, which leaves you rooting for Jill as the wiser underdog even when she isn't. Meanwhile, fans of the The Real Housewives franchise will find some of show's story lines familiar. Nonetheless, you can't help but laugh at some of the show's more absurd moments, as well as recognize some of the truths being articulated in the statements it makes.

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