Parents' Guide to


By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Animated celeb spoofs mix violence, sex, stereotypes.

TV MTV Comedy 2009
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age 16+

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age 16+

Is It Any Good?

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The gags featured here range from pure silliness to actual social commentary about the impact that popular culture icons have on the way we view our lives. It also offers interesting insight into how easily the media enhances someone's celebrity status.

While the show isn't as over-the-top as other teen-oriented animated series, it definitely has its share of iffy stuff -- including some pretty strong sexual innuendo. Some segments also rely on stereotypes (including some with racist overtones) to get a laugh and make their point. But for those who like this sort of humor, the show will probably tickle a few funny bones.

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