Parents' Guide to

Wicked Wicked Games

By Lucy Maher, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 16+

Clichéd primetime soap is bent on revenge.

TV MyNetworkTV Drama 2006
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Because of its 8 p.m. time slot, Wicked Wicked Games lacks some of the overtly sexual scenes found in other telenovelas. But it definitely has its share of innuendo, most notably between the nubile young Crawford women and their dashing suitors. In one scene, for example, Brooke, coyly refusing to kiss Josh, takes an ice cube from her drink and runs it down his neck when he complains of overheating.

Soap opera fans will like Wicked Wicked Games -- particularly the show's production standards, which are higher than its daytime cousins'. Yes, it's trite and tacky at times, but it's nothing most teens haven't seen before. It's just too bad the younger characters aren't better role models.

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