MTV provides an all expense-paid trip to some of the craziest parties around the country for some lucky kids. What's the catch? They secretly bring along their parents and loved ones to spy on them in disguise.
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Austin Abney ...
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MTV provides an all expense-paid trip to some of the craziest parties around the country for some lucky kids. What's the catch? They secretly bring along their parents and loved ones to spy on them in disguise.

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Pretty funny.
13 September 2004 | by (Minnesota) – See all my reviews

This is probably the only show on MTV worth watching. The amazing thing is that it actually has a little common sense to it. How safe can it be for these drunken teenage girls to put on a striptease in front of hundreds of drunken teenage guys? Talk about a perfect way to set yourself up to get raped multiple times, or to find out that you got thirty-three girls pregnant on the same night and don't remember any of it. This show actually points out the danger in behavior like that.

The show is your basic Spring Break episode--teenagers go to some luxury resort and drink a lot--but the twist is that their family members, usually their parents, are secretly watching them the entire time. The most hilarious thing is when the kids finally find out that their parents have been watching their every move. The expressions on their faces are priceless ("You... oh my God... you mean you and Mom were... OH MY GOD..."). It is also pretty funny to watch the parents' reactions to what their kids are doing ("She's... oh my God... she's taking off her... OH MY GOD...").

I wouldn't exactly call this high-quality programming, but it does provide some good laughs when there is nothing else on TV. Recommended.


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