Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this partially scripted "reality" series is rife with bleeped-out curses. What's more, star Jamie Kennedy and his sidekick are pretty irreverent, and their actions border on rude and unprofessional. Most of this is done with the intention of getting laughs, but given that the series -- which is, at heart, a mockumentary -- is presented as a reality show, some of the comedy might be lost on viewers. The rap/hip-hop community and culture is satirized non-stop.
Songs make references to female body parts; scantily clad men and women; "caught on tape" footage of star in bed with women.
Many curses are bleeped out. Un-bleeped language includes "ass," "twerp," and "moron."
The stars goof off and don't seem to take achieving their goal seriously -- which is part of the joke, but still sends a mixed message.
Drugs / Tobacco /