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Relative Chaos

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Sibling rivalries resurface at family reunion.

TV Freeform Comedy 2006
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Though the premise of Relative Chaos is a bit far-fetched (adults on hippity-hops?), it offers a tongue-in-cheek look at a lovably dysfunctional family whose problems might just be an extreme version of those shared by viewers. Bradshaw particularly shines as a flawed father whose priorities are so shaky that he cursed his kids with rhyming names, and he delights in their stunned reactions when a family trivia event brings to light many of the lies he told them when they were young.

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