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That means riddled with caricatures, clichés and stereotypes. It is NOT a reflection on reality. I can't believe some of the reviews I'm reading. This is a bad influence on young girls? Does Tom and Jerry encourage children to chase mice and whack them with a mallet? Stop being so silly! I'll admit I didn't like the concept of this when it first came out, what can possibly be entertaining watching 4 spoiled rich American girls moan and use snobbish expressions, but now it is 2015 I can look back and laugh. Kids used to dress in really revealing clothing in the 2000s and adults all over were whining about it when they were doing anything wrong.
And I disagree that they are brainless bimbos as other reviewers have said because on the show I watched today titled "Bratz Slumber Party" one of the girls was concerned about her chemistry exam. I think this means the show is actually a positive influence on children, showing them girls who juggle schoolwork, boys and everything else without ditching one for the other.
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