Starring: Jason Earles, Leo Howard, Dylan Riley Snyder, Mateo Arias, Alex Christian Jones, and Olivia Holt
Released: 2011 - 2012
The Good: This sitcom is hilariously crazy and full of action. Situation comedies are usually better when they're combined with another genre, and this hybrid comedy/action works very well. Positive themes also abound, such as violence not really solving problems. There's not much to complain about, except...
The Bad: Some of the humor is crude, but, only in a "PG" way. For young children, the violence may be too easy to imitate; hence, the "TV-Y7" rating.
Sex: Some "PG"-level innuendos, and a little kissing. 4/5
Nudity: Kim is seen in a tank top and short shorts a few times. 4/5
Language: Name-calling is as bad as it gets. 4/5
Violence: Plenty of karate action, mostly used as slapstick humor. It's all bloodless, but, some of the scenes can be wince-inducing, and one guy ends up injured as a result. 2/5
Drugs: None. 5/5
Frightening/Intense Scenes: See "Violence". 4/5
Conclusion: I bought this show from iTunes on a whim, and have really enjoyed it. Fans of Disney Channel productions should check this out; it's a little different from Lizzie McGuire and Austin & Ally, but it's insanely fun nonetheless.