Kid Nation, Season 1
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40 Kids have 40 days to build a brave new world without adults to help or hinder their efforts. Can they do it? These kids, ages 8-15, will turn a ghost town into their new home. They will cook their own meals, clean their own outhouses, haul their own water and even run their own businesses including the old town saloon (root beer only). Through it all, they'll cope with regular childhood emotions and situations: homesickness, peer pressure, and the urge to break every rule they've ever known. Will they stick it out? In the end, will these kids prove to everyone, including their parents, they have the vision to build a better world than the pioneers who came before them? And just as importantly, will they come together as a cohesive unit, or will they abandon all responsibility and succumb to the childhood temptations that lead to round-the-clock chaos? Don't miss this intriguing series.
|1||VideoI'm Trying to Be a Leader Here||40 Kids have 40 days to build a brave new world without adults to help or hinder their efforts. Can they do it? These Kids, ages 8-15, will turn a ghost town into their new home.||58:20||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|2||VideoTo Kill or Not to Kill?||The Pioneers become divided over where and how to obtain a new source of food.||43:46||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|3||VideoDeal With It!||Disorder erupts, forcing the Town Council to make tough decisions about new laws that don't sit well with the Pioneers.||44:06||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|4||VideoBless Us and Keep Us Safe||Religious differences and Pioneer ire come to light when the Town Council suggests one religious ceremony to accommodate all faiths in Bonanza City.||43:36||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|5||VideoViva la Revolucion!||Democracy is at work in Bonanza City when the pioneers get to elect a new town council, forcing the current leaders to campaign for re-election.||43:44||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|6||VideoBonanza Is Disgusting!||The Pioneers battle against Bonanza City's growing pollution problem when flies and rats infest the town.||43:35||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|7||VideoThe Root of All Evil||Money brings out the best and worst in Bonanza City, when some Pioneers start selling goods on the street, impressing some and offending others, while one Pioneer vying for the Gold Star is accused of bribing the others for support.||43:32||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|8||VideoStarving for Entertainment||Bonanza City goes Broadway when the pioneers hold a talent show.||43:23||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|9||VideoNot Even Close to Fair||Resentment brews when one District suggests a controversial new name for itself, and Guylan says something that could turn his District against him.||44:06||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|10||VideoLet Me Talk!||When the Town Council's efforts to improve communication and respect in Bonanza City backfire, one Pioneer is given an ultimatum.||43:47||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|11||VideoI Just Like the Recess Part||The Town Council bans Taylor from having fun, and she has a surprising reaction when her friends brag about the good times they're having without her.||44:04||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|12||VideoWhere's Bonanza, Dude?||When the Town Council takes a trip beyond Bonanza City to meet with local Native Americans, the bossy Bonanza "sheriff" takes control of the town.||44:17||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|13||VideoWe've All Decided to Go Mad!||After 40 days together, the Pioneers are put to the test to prove if they've been able to create a working society in Bonanza City. Meanwhile, several huge surprises catch them off-guard, including one final heart-wrencher that brings them to tears, on the season finale. Jonathan Karsh hosts.||44:05||$1.99||View In iTunes|
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No matter what you say, this show IS NOT CHILD ABUSE!
As you may have noticed, Kid Nation has been receiving a plethora of negative press. The media squeezed out every individual non-perfect detail of this program and turned it into a full-blown controversy that has all of America claiming that Kid Nation is "child abuse" and "exploitation of children." However, if all of the people that doubted this show just watched one episode, I can guarantee that the majority would change their opinion. Almost every TV show is really not a family show; I couldn't see a nine year old watching Desperate Housewives. However, CBS has taken Reality TV to a new level, and it's refreshing to have a show where the whole entire family, young and old alike, can sit down together and watch Kid Nation every Wednesday and comment on how Taylor should be voted off the council, or how Michael should get the Gold Star. If you haven't seen Kid Nation, I strongly advise that you do so... you'll be hooked. I would really like a second season, also... Kid Nation really is a hit.
...but while you can...you can go on the CBS website and watch the first episode for free.
I am Offically Obsessed!
I am so obsessed with this show! It is absolutly my favorite show! BUY IT! You so won't regret it! (just do it you know you no you want to) DEAL WITH IT! :)