A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Much of the show's fun/humor revolves around people behaving inappropriately -- but generally not extremely so. There's a fair amount of cake smashing and the like, for example. Some mild reinforcement of gender stereotypes.
Violence & Scariness
Pratfalls aplenty. In an episode featuring a Klingon wedding, there's some fake Klingon-style violence, including a faux beheading.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Some suggestive dancing here and there.
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Words like "pissed" are audible and printed in subtitles. In one sequence, a bride thinks her groom said "vagina," when he said "Regina" (pronounced the same way), and then she makes a couple of jokes about it.
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Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
People toast with champagne, and while no one is pointed out as being drunk, you have to wonder in a few sequences. ...
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this wedding-themed reality show is all about things going wrong at a very important moment -- and a lot of what goes wrong has to do with people behaving inappropriately. Nothing gets too edgy or graphic (expect more cake smashing than painful injuries, for example), but you're still laughing at other people's big day gone awry. Some parents might be concerned that the "stunt" weddings reflect a lack of seriousness about marriage (though others might feel that they put the whole "three-ring circus" aspect of weddings into perspective...).
Is It Any Good?
The good news? The more graphic scenes -- such as the groom barfing at the altar or the bridesmaid whose skirt flips up when she falls while dancing -- are handled as well as can be expected; producers pop a little bouquet graphic over the barf or panties, for example.
And aside from that, the show is silly, romantic, and mostly funny. While some of the goof-ups might have seemed horrific at the time -- such as a tux shop delivering the wrong-size suits, forcing the groom and groomsmen to literally tape their clothes together at the last second -- ultimately you're reminded that things like that are just part of life ... so you might as well laugh.
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