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Pam: Girl on the Loose

By Kari Croop, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Inane docuseries is far too titillating for kids.

TV E! Reality TV 2008
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With PAM: GIRL ON THE LOOSE, Anderson seems to want to prove that she's a normal person, just like everyone else. She vacuums! She colors her own hair! She has yard sales! (Although Anderson's sprawling estate sale, where some customers spend upwards of $4,000, is hardly typical.) Still, the series plays like an amateur film and paints an overall portrait of a woman who's desperate to start afresh, yet can't seem to move on from the image she's worked so hard to reinforce: that of a busty, blonde bimbo who loves sex ... almost as much as she loves animal rights. It's a puzzling combination, indeed. Almost as puzzling as the decision to put this show on the air.

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