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By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Decent kids' game show highlights viral videos.

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Hosted by Big Time Rush's Carlos PenaVega, Webheads puts a fresh spin on the common home-video show by imbedding it into a game show format, with each round using video clips in a new type of challenge. In some, contestants have to guess what mishap will befall the people on-screen; in others, they answer questions about what they've just seen The result is decent entertainment that kids are bound to find at least mildly amusing.

There isn't much in the way of content to concern parents, but the fact that this clips show (as with every other clips show) encourages players and viewers to laugh at people's accidents and injuries is something to consider. What's more, if your kids get a chuckle out of these viral videos, they may seek more of them in the not-so-friendly confines of the Web, so it's always good to talk about safety on the Internet.

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