Parents' Guide to

Party Monsters: Cabo

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Party-planning competition isn't all fun and games.

TV E! Reality TV 2008
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The series showcases the hard work that goes into setting up over-the-top star-studded events. It doesn't hesitate to show how unglamorous event planning can really be, no matter how high profile your clients are -- just like anyone else, the rich and famous can turn on you quickly if your party fails to live up to their expectations and/or threatens their reputation.

But outside of watching contestants focus on the mundane details of putting a party together, this voyeuristic show offers little more than a chance to watch contestants argue and insult each other before, during, and after every event. (And when those scenes aren't front and center, shots of people drinking, "dirty" dancing, and engaging in other hedonistic pursuits are.) Older teens and adults may find it an entertaining guilty pleasure, but overall this show doesn't offer much to party about.

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