Our Rating: 13 and overWith segments like “Carl’s Stone Cold Lock of the Century Of the Week,” featuring fictional character Carl Brutananadilewski of Cartoon Network’s Aqua Teen Hunger Force, the Scott Van Pelt Show obviously at least tries to maintain some appeal to the younger generation. Of course, Aqua Teen Hunger Force may be an animated show, but it is by no means a targeted at young children, rather featured on the Adult Swim programming lineup, often enjoyed by older teens. Fellow character Meatwad has also joined the game forecasting fun for both NFL and NCAA games, while ATHF’s Master Shake and Frylock can all maintain a presence in the booth (and can be seen on TV simulcasts on ESPN2).As far as sports related opinion goes, Scott Van Pelt is a fairly safe bet and a tame personality. A wry sense of humor might go over some younger listeners head, but as far as inappropriateness is concerned, there have been little to no issues. A former broadcaster for the Golf Channel, where Van Pelt hosted a number of their more prominent programs after getting his start at a D.C. network affiliate, Van Pelt generally maintains a high level of professionalism one might expect to find in a clubhouse. No ranting, raving and shouting, rather smart jokes alongside accurate and timely information adults will appreciate.Van Pelt’s cohost, Ryen Russillo, can also be heard on ESPN Radio College Gameday and The NBA Today podcast, where he brings a levelheaded nature and well thought out approach both on issues, a true complement to Van Pelt. While Van Pelt and Russillo may not have the fire and brimstone of some other competing broadcasters, the fairly reserved duo put on a solid show day in and day out. The Scott Van Pelt Show airs from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., with the third hour broadcast on ESPN2.