Miss O ruins any redeeming qualities
Likes and loves: Beautifully integrates problem solving (especially using mathematics, logic, etc.) into cases to be solved. Well done.
Where it falls short:
Miss O single-handedly destroys what could have been a near perfect series for kids. No, she's not funny. Let's observe her behaviors (my judgements):
* Petulant (very rude)
* Did I mention yelling?
She's the antithesis of a role model and while older kids know to pass her off as a horrible boss, younger viewers can—and in my case have—idealized her and worse mimic her "managerial style" by yelling, growling, etc. I'll make these same comments to PBS, but my goodness not a single counselor had a groat's worth of feedback about the Miss O character?
The world is already stock full of national leaders that are horrible role models and PBS could've **easily** featured a calm, effective, leader that rally's agents to the cause but instead they grenaded the series with this selfish, unlettered, ill-mannered donkey.