Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that in this self-improvement reality series, '80s action star Mr. T helps real people who are struggling with family, work, and relationship problems -- many of which are rooted in laziness and failed communication. Parents also need to know that while the show doesn't present these issues in a way that's particularly controversial or extremely contentious, the subject matter isn't really geared toward younger viewers. That said, some kids may be drawn in by Mr. T's icon status, and the show is fine for older tweens and up.
References to punching and other violent acts as they pertain to Mr. T's action-hero personality. But there's no tolerance of violent behavior.
Fairly mild: "Crap," "bastard," etc.
Mr. T's goal is to teach strong positive values -- such as family unity, motivation, and good communication.
Some of the locations Mr. T visits are commercial businesses, such as a Nissan car dealership.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Occasional adult consumption of alcohol and tobacco products.