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Parents' Guide to

She's Got Game

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Music star's boozy, sexist dating show standard fare.

TV VH1 Reality TV 2015
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The voyeuristic series sends questionable (and rather sexist) messages about finding love by featuring seemingly educated and professional women childishly competing for a man's attention. Furthermore, its entertainment value comes from showing how far the women will go to win the chance to be with the Game, while attempting to sabotage each other in the process.

It's traditional reality dating fare, but the fact that the folks who "introduced" these women to him are fueling this dating game by coaching them to look or behave a certain way only makes the overall premise feel even more tawdry. Some folks may like this sort of entertainment, but ultimately there just isn't a whole lot here that's positive.

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