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A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
The sibling rivalry is constant and never resolved. There are few (if any) momenst of family loyalty. Because one friend's family members live in the swamp, they're called swamp people and are treated as lower class by the rest of the town.
Violence & Scariness
The battle between the brothers is strong and never-ending, but no weapons are involved.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that the Cramp siblings apparently do not love each other underneath all of their fighting and conflict. Their rivalry is bitter and cruel. Stereotypically, the dumber, meaner one is stronger and usually comes out on top.
Is It Any Good?
This is sibling rivalry at its most extreme. There are no special or loving moments to "spoil" what some kids may see as the fun of the ongoing battle between the brothers. Other viewers will long for a respite from the show's predictable set-ups and inevitable fights -- particularly the cruelty of Wayne, who stalks and torments Lucien in every episode. As if the sibling hatred message weren't enough, Lucien's best friend is the son of a family of swamp dwellers, who are referred to as swamp folk and scorned by the rest of the town.
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