A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Riley and Todd both have best friends who are of different nationalities. Their mom, Agent K, is a strong, intelligent person whom both kids adore -- and despite her inexperience in parenting, she's loyal to her family (dad Dick Daring, on the other hand, is egocentric and seems more concerned with his appearance than anything going on with the kids). Each episode has lessons about accepting responsibility for your actions.
Violence & Scariness
Infrequent scenes with punches and kicks that never cause lasting injury. One scene shows an adult being attacked by three raccoons, but he's no worse for the wear.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Some female characters wear tight outfits that show some belly, and the mom dons a skin-tight bodysuit that enhances her ample curves. Mild flirting scenes among tweens.
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Playground talk like "kick your butt" is rare.
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Products & Purchases
One female character dresses in the trendiest, hippest outfits, which are a little over the top. The kids use cell phones to order their replacement adults.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that although the family at the center of this series is unconventional, kids will relate to many of the issues Riley and Todd face, including impressing a first crush and feeling misunderstood by adults. The siblings' relationship will also ring true with viewers -- they tease each other a lot, but they always support each other, too. Kids will enjoy seeing how Riley and Todd change the circumstances that frustrate them, and the absence of questionable content makes this entertaining, imaginative series a good choice for young viewers.
Is It Any Good?
Disney delivers another winner with this imaginative animated series. The characters in THE REPLACEMENTS are funny and lovable, and kids will enjoy watching Riley and Todd attempt to change situations that viewers will likely relate to. Lessons about self-esteem and accepting responsibility for your choices are prevalent throughout the show, giving substance to what was already a delightful cartoon.
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