Operation Repo

TV review by Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 15+

Car repo docu is full of conflict, unlikable characters.

Parents say

age 14+

Based on 6 reviews

Kids say

age 15+

Based on 5 reviews

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age 18+

Fresh Mouth

As many times as I watched Operation Repo, I must say, as a Latina myself, I'm appalled at Lyndah Pizarro's behavior, despicable towards her family and colleagues. Especially the way she talks to her Aunt Sonia and is an instigator. If my Niece ever spoke to me like that, I'd bust her mouth open. She's a spoiled brat, rude, snob and walks around with a stick up her laurels and acts as if she knows it all. At that time, what can a 20 year old possibly know about life when she was just starting her life. I find her to be a big mouth and a show off with her high pitched voice. The other cast members I like except Lyndah. She had an answer for everything and talks over you disrespectfully. After all these years, I do hope Lyndah grew up finally into a woman, instead of acting like a bratty child. After all, she's nothing to look at absolutely ugly inside and out. Lyndah Pizarro is one ugly BITCH!!!

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Too much violence
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age 14+


They have this show on channel 47 and its awful. They can't Spanish nor English that well. Waste of space on channel 47.

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