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Since the beliefs that parents want to instill in their children can vary greatly, we ask that, instead of adding your personal opinions about what is right or wrong in a film, you use this feature to help parents make informed viewing decisions by describing the facts of relevant scenes in the title for each one of the different categories: Sex and Nudity, Violence and Gore, Profanity, Alcohol/Drugs/Smoking, and Frightening/Intense Scenes.
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The girls sometimes wear revealing clothing.

Janet and Mrs. Roper go to a nude beach which is interrupted by the police, scared they leave and are naked for the rest of the episode.

The roommates are sometimes seen in their underwear.

There are numerous sexual jokes throughout the series and they make up much of the plot but kids would not understand them.

The premise of the series is about two women and a man living in an apartment and tricking their landlords into thinking the man is gay.

Supposedly, in one episode, Jack's scrotum was very briefly visible slipping from the bottom of his boxer shorts; although this was never confirmed, the scene was ultimately deleted from syndicated broadcasts as well as DVD releases.

There is some slapstick violence when guys punch each other. It's usually supposed to be funny and there isn't blood or anything graphic.

Cindy Snow (Jenilee Harrison) is a very clumsy character who is seen injuring Jack Tripper causing him to drop various items

Cindy's schtick often involved blindly busting through a door to the chagrin of whoever was on the other side, most often Jack, Larry, or Mr. Furley. This was always presented in a slapstick manner.

Use of "damn", " hell" and a few other insults preferably towards Jack by Mr. Roper and Mr. Furley who believe he is gay.

Alcohol is sometimes consumed on the show

In one episode Jack takes tranquilizers and then drinks alcohol, causing him to act crazy

In one episode, the roommates mistakenly believe they found cannabis growing wild on the property. This is played almost entirely for laughs.

Some may find the relationship between Helen and Stanley Roper a bit harsh, but it's mostly played for laughs.

The episode "Friends and Lovers" may be too intense and emotional for some viewers because it is written to be heartbreaking.


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