A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Haim is frequently disrespectful to his hosts. The Feldmans are politically active.
Violence & Scariness
Frequent bickering. In at least one episode, the guys threaten each other and wrestle.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Talk of "getting laid." Some kissing.
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Frequent cursing; most is bleeped but obvious.
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Products & Purchases
Some brands are visible, like Mercedes and Pellegrino. Feldman's house is luxurious.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Lots of smoking. Discussion of addiction. Mention of Valium, pills.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this reality show about two '80s child stars who reunite and live together for several weeks shows lots of smoking. Plus, one is a recovering drug addict, and there's some discussion of his addiction struggles, as well as occasional jokes about drugs and alcohol. Corey Feldman and his wife kiss frequently -- and sometimes passionately. The adults talk about sex occasionally, especially about the need to "get laid." Cursing is commonplace, though most words are bleeped (but obvious).
Is It Any Good?
Though the Coreys frequently profess their love for each other and genuinely seem to share affection, Haim and Feldman are a modern-day odd couple. Feldman is married, stable, neat, vegetarian, and level-headed. Haim is single, erratic, messy, carnivorous, and spazzy. The two clash frequently, though most of the conflicts seem to involve Feldman trying to gently reason with a boundary-crossing, button-pushing Haim. And with Susie along for the ride, Feldman is often caught in the middle, dealing with a tearful wife in one room and an obstinate friend in the other. The interactions might be entertaining if Haim didn't seem like someone with so many problems; it seems like he might relapse or lose his mind at any moment. Some people might find this tension enjoyable to watch, while others may find it unbearable.
With constant smoking, cursing (mostly bleeped, but obvious), and some talk about sex, younger viewers should steer clear. But most teens won't know about the Coreys anyway, so chances are they won't be that interested in their reunion.
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