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A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
This show is all about getting laughs at others' expense.
Violence & Scariness
Along the lines of what one might see on a "bloopers" program -- can range from innocuous spills to potentially dangerous falls and stunts.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Depending on the episode, there's some innuendo.
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Mild: "crap," "ass," etc.
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Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Smoking and social drinking.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that viewers are treated to a round-up of the week's grossest, goofiest, and downright most bizarre clips from the Internet (in other words, exactly the kind of thing that kids adore discovering and sharing with friends). Content varies widely and can include everything from celebrity bloopers and silly animal tricks to cultural phenomena. The clips shown here aren't as unfiltered as what kids can find on the Web itself, since VH1 picks and chooses what to show.
Is It Any Good?
O'Neal's commentary is witty and will garner laughs. But he sometimes treads in iffy territory; while watching a clip of Tom Cruise dancing on a stage while promoting his latest film, O'Neal gleefully declares that Cruise is dancing "like a white guy." In the end, Web Junk 20 is fluffy fare suitable for mature viewers; if they're old enough to use the Internet unsupervised, they're old enough to watch this show.
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