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A Little Help with Carol Burnett 

Review of "A Little Help with Carol Burnett" 5/6/18 by Eva Diaz airs now on Netflix.

This is a new netflix show in which Carol Burnett teams up with co-host Russel Peters and a panel of very smart little kids to give advice to one celebrity guest and one non celebrity guest each week. The show is unscripted, so basically, the kids come up with the most surprisinjg answers, and Carol and the guests are often surprised by them. The guests show the kids a video illustrating the problem, and then Carol asks the children how they would handle the problem. In one episode, in which the topic of the day is friendship, Lisa Kudrow arrives to ask the kids what they would do if they had a very important business meeting, but shortly after that, your friend called, crying, saying she had a problem they needed to talk with you about.  The kids made suggestions about how to handle the problem.

Carol also does a funny video with one of the kids, and Russell Peters asks the kids about their friends. This show is thirty minutes long per each episode, so it is just the right length for the whole family to watch; it isn't so long that younger kids get bored. The show is very funny because you never know what the kids will say to the guests, and you can see the guests' and Carol's looks of surprise at the answers they get from the kids. The guests and Carol also try very hard not to laugh at the funny answers given by the kid panel.

I think this is a great family show that is very funny and worth watching.  It's perfect for binge-watching on a rainy day. I think it also reminds grown-ups that kids are very smart and often wise beyond their years. I give this show 5 out of 5 stars!

MORE INFORMATION:

Carol Burnett is back. In this funny and endearing series, she will be joined by a group of the most honest and unfiltered people in the world – a gaggle of straight talking, entertaining 5-9 year old kids. These very opinionated “experts” weigh-in on a variety of relatable and humorous dilemmas brought in by everyday adults. Each episode will feature a celebrity contributor brave enough to bring in their own dilemma for the kids to comment on in front of a live audience. The show is co-hosted by comedian Russell Peters.


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