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I'm a 48-year old guy and this might be one of the funniest things I've seen. Completely exaggerated characterization of excess and materialism, evident in every single character on the show. My daughter was watching this and I started checking it out for a few minutes.... I recommend it. If you're a parent and are concerned that it might teach negative values to your child, don't worry - it's so over-the-top ridiculous that there's no way they'd miss the joke. Unless they're very young, in which case you might want to skip this. Young kids don't get jokes - they just absorb stuff. But any kid with a sense of humor who is old enough to catch the fact that it's a parody will enjoy this. And unlike many other "kids" shows on TV, there's no gross humor, bad language, etc. here. At least not that I've seen.
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