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TV review by Angelica Guarino, Common Sense Media
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age 16+

Bulimia, harmful self-talk in dark '80s-housewife comedy.

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Could have been good but it’s not

This is shot well but honestly we found it to be very pedestrian. It’s an unrealistic portrayal of women in the 80s. It seems to emphasize the worst possible type of people-shallow, negative, immoral. I can’t put an age level for when this is appropriate for kids because we would t let our kids watch this. It’s gross. There’s nothing positive or redeeming about it.

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Too much swearing
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