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"Second City TV"
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Parents Guide for
"SCTV" (1976) More at IMDbPro »"Second City TV" (original title)

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There might be some skits where a person (a man) is bare chested, but no other nudity that is known of.


Punching and slapstick-like fighting. All of it is meant to be comedic. There is no blood shown in fights


Mild Language (What The Hell, Damn, Oh My God, Jesus, Ass)

Name Calling (Jerk, Punk, Idiot, Schmuck, Ding-A-Ling)


Some smoking and drinking are used in skits.


Count Floyd (Portrayed By Joe Flaerthy) is a vampire who does skits that have to do with horror. Count Floyd might look frightning to younger kids. SCTV might have some scenes when people are having a bad dream or something. But All Of SCTV Skits Are Meant To Be Comedic, Not Horrific. Even Count Floyd

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