Parents' Guide to

Perfect Hair Forever

By Scout Davidson, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Mature anime parody is funniest for genre fans.

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Perfect Hair Forver, a parody of traditional Japanese anime series, was produced by Williams Street -- Cartoon Network's most popular production company. It starts off fine, but by the third (of six) episode, things start to go seriously awry -- so much so that, by the end of its run, the series' creators were publicly bored with it and announced they were moving on.

Mysteriously, the show will still pop up occasionally, usually on Adult Swim. As an absurdist romp, it's fine if you're into that kind of thing. But it's definitely got some iffy content, and most families will probably want to use their TV-watching energies more judiciously.

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