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A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
It's a dating game, but often sends the message that making quick judgments about a person can cause you to miss out on meeting a potential mate.
Positive Role Models
Many of the singles behave in a silly and/or obnoxious way to get the players' attention.
Sex, Romance & Nudity
Lots of flirtatious comments and sexual innuendo, some of which will go over younger kids heads. Quick references are made to liking booty, and other body parts. Occasionally singles appear in skimpy clothing.
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Occasional phrases like, "I suck at this!"
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Perfect Score is a lighthearted dating competition with enough sexual innuendo to make it an iffy choice for younger viewers. The show isn't designed to be taken too seriously, but it often sends the message that looks and first impressions can be deceiving.
Is It Any Good?
The fast paced series leads to lots of laughs as contestants find themselves having to make fast decisions based on brief exchanges and silly pick up lines. But the funniest moments are when players react to eliminating people who tested as being the most the compatible with them, and therefore worth a lot of prize money.
Some of the banter contains sexual references, like a play on words about "spreadsheets" and getting between the "sheets." The behavior among the singles can often get a little obnoxious, too. But if you're looking for a quick-moving, lighthearted dating show, this one might fit the bill.
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