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By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Video clip show has stunts, stereotypes, and sexual content.

TV MTV Reality TV 2011
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age 16+

Based on 18 parent reviews

age 18+

Abuse of animals and children

I’ve watched this show off n on for some time now. I used to really like it a lot, but anymore some of the clips they show are upsetting. They should not be showing toddlers given hot sauce to the extreme of yelling “help” to the camera or kids being deliberately “ran over” with a truck at full speed!! (This Episode aired on 3-19-21) labeled “super normal” cuz the child had a super heros outfit on. It’s clear from his stance that he’s scared to death and being made to do it!! Did the child survive? He clearly was ran over! It’s sad how this show has lowered its standards. Not to men-chin the girls annoying laugh.

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Too much violence
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age 17+

Re: S20 Ep5. Chanel needs to wear clothes that fit her chest! Just saying. It looks Trampish

1 person found this helpful.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (18):
Kids say (29):

The series mixes popular Internet videos of silly, irresponsible, and dangerous behavior with footage of accidents at BMX races and other events; the goal is to create a lighthearted viewing experience. But replays of some of these scenes often include people cursing and screaming out in pain (ha ha?). And scenes containing more sexually explicit material are accompanied by the hosts' stereotypical jokes and crude comments.

Warnings about the dangers of attempting the featured stunts featured are overshadowed by the fact that most of what's being shown is popular because people seemingly can't get enough of watching outrageous stunts that lead to painful accidents. Some folks may find it entertaining, but the mixed messages the show offers about the consequences of these activities makes it socially irresponsible.

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