A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Stereotypical dumb blondes; smart girl is considered unable to attract men.
Sex, Romance & Nudity
Sexual innuendo; the main characters run a lingerie company; scantily clad women; sex in the office (off-screen).
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Son of a bitch, bitch, ass; sexually charged dialogue, such as "I've got to go grind on that hottie."
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Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Some drinking at bars.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that the show is chock-full of sexual innuendos and mature content. The main characters own and operate a lingerie company, and episodes have included off-camera sex in the office, scantily clad women, random hook-ups, adultery, and sexually suggestive dialogue. Two main characters are blatant stereotypes of beauty and brains.
Is It Any Good?
The stereotypes foisted upon the sisters, who are in their 20s, are over the top and referenced in almost every episode. There are very cliched moments when Farrah -- the "dumb" blonde -- realizes that she's smart after all, only to redeem her airhead ways with a less-than-original quip and giggle. Mitchee, on the other hand, is desperate to be noticed for something other than her brains and typically sees her sister's perfection as her own flaw.
With its stock characters, weak humor, and suggestive dialogue, Twins is far from innovative. Because of the lingerie company setting and the girls' 20-something age, sexual themes are plentiful. Bottom line: The content is formulaic for adults, and the show isn't appropriate for young kids or tweens.
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