Can Teens & Parents See Eye to Eye?

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  • Published on:  Wednesday, January 9, 2019
  • Teens and their parents come together to discuss their relationships with technology and each other.
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  • Kalana Herath  (Jan 13, 2019)

    What I expected to see:Teens: *Give any logically sound argument.Parents: It's that Damm phone

  • Sadichchha Sharma  (Mar 11, 2019)

    Kalana Herath 💀

  • Anggiar Rachman  (Mar 9, 2019)


  • William  (Jan 13, 2019)

    Boring episode, bring in normal teens not child prodigies and adults who aren’t related to them because it, whether intentional or not, creates non organic dialogue.

  • Declan Morden  (1 day ago)

    CBTN because I go to school with him

  • Amarissa Janae  (1 day ago)


  • Jackson McKagan  (Jan 13, 2019)

    Lol this guy thinks depression comes from lack of innocence.

  • Emily brooke  (4 days ago)

    i don’t think that’s what he was saying i think he was implying that when your depressed darker thoughts come into your head you see yourself differently you see people and life differently i think depression and other mental illnesses may make you less innocent and i believe that’s what he ment

  • yiela  (6 days ago)

    Jackson McKagan it does actually. Haven’t you noticed the clinginess no nostalgia on social media that goes as far as to let corporations think we want remakes of movies? We didn’t exhaust our innocence naturally.

  • Apple Sauce  (Jan 13, 2019)

    You guys should do a Students Vs. Teachers episode

  • Ashley Wildeman  (1 day ago)


  • Jewel Gibson  (Mar 14, 2019)

    Students vs teacher on dress code

  • Ayman Nadeem  (Jan 9, 2019)

    preferred if they did this with non related children/parents

  • Nella J  (Feb 21, 2019)

    Exactly 👏🏽👏🏽💯💯

  • Ilse Solis  (Jan 10, 2019)

    Glad everyone thought the same!

  • carla columna  (Feb 2, 2019)

    "hi, I fly a plane.""hi I build robots."*HI I CAN SLEEP 12 HOURS, EAT SOMETHING AND SLEEP ANOTHER 12 HOURS!*

  • 3.141592653589793  (6 days ago)

    Same but more eating

  • Abilawa andamari  (Mar 8, 2019)

    Ahh finally a *REAL* teen.

  • Victoria Inahuazo  (Feb 12, 2019)

    Do the middle ground of public school kids and private school kids

  • Elias Romero  (13 hours ago)

    Yo yesss we need to get this to the top

  • Xoxo Rahima  (1 day ago)

    +Patrick O'Shea ( Student ) me too but I'm a girl

  • Itgel N  (Jan 16, 2019)

    The teens do not represent the teens at all. They are all prodigies, majority are not like that . Plz remake the video with teens from different backgrounds and maybe the parents and the teens shouldn't be related to being more heated discussions.

  • Mia Balthazar  (Mar 10, 2019)

    Princess Trump The teens don’t have to be ratchet but, if we’re gonna be honest the average teen isn’t flying airplanes and building robots.

  • Hannah Smith  (Mar 4, 2019)

    cody vastmans Not a joke!

  • Otter Woods  (Feb 3, 2019)

    They should have put in some normal depressed teens

  • Lydia Kelly  (Mar 17, 2019)

    First of all, how would you know if they're not depressed? You can't tell that just from a 10 minute episode. And second of all, you shouldn't be suggesting that it's normal to be depressed.

  • Otter Woods  (Mar 9, 2019)

    +Sierra Howard its a joke calm yourself

  • L b  (Jan 9, 2019)

    The teens probably didn’t speak their mind because their parents were there. They live with each other. That’s got to affect their answers.

  • hi there  (Jan 24, 2019)


  • Gianna Henriquez  (Jan 13, 2019)

    L b agree