Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this reality series follows the lives of insanely rich people who place immense value on physical beauty and material possessions. While the show focuses on a group of adult women who have breast implants, get Botox shots, and pose for Playboy, we also see teens who spend thousands of dollars on school shopping, get new luxury vehicles at the drop of a hat, and shoot rabbits for fun. But beneath the superficial lives are real people who struggle with childrearing, self-esteem, and finding purpose.
Provocative clothing, women in underwear and tiny bathing suits, sexy dancing, talk of "getting some."
Rabbit hunting with guns, but no blood.
Some minor cursing, like "hell" and "damn." Stronger language is rare and bleeped.
Wealth, physical beauty, prestige, and power are the main themes of the show. Family and hard work are also themes (even though they often get lost in the shuffle).
Luxury brands are everywhere -- Mercedes, BMW, Louis Vuitton, etc.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Lots of drinking. Jo is clearly alcohol dependent. On a Mexican vacation, parents do shots with their teens. One child discusses his use of drugs in a remorseful way -- he eventually goes to juvenile hall.