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By Ty'Kira Smalls, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Clunky comedy mystery series has strong language, violence.

TV Netflix Comedy 2022
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This show has the right ingredients for a classic comedy/whodunit story, but the final dish comes out chaotic and jumbled up. Unsuspicious attempts to handle too many characters and plotlines at once. Bits don't have time to land or breathe, and the stereotypes don't make it any better. There are moments when the set-ups do pay off, especially the physical comedy. Overall, the mystery plot could be intriguing, but it's doubtful that viewers will get their mystery fix or laughs out of this. Constant swearing and slapstick violence might make it suitable for older teens.

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