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There are mildly risqu jokes. These are actually pretty infrequent, and throughout the series, some dresses may reveal cleavage. Ted Bullpitt (yes, that's the character's name) calls a female nurse "a demented sex pervert" because (for medical reasons) wanted to look at his privates. Another person tries to seduce Ted. He stops them. Someone stages divorce-related arguments. They're funny.

There is some water poured over Ted's head off-screen, but very light and comedic. Ted is revealed to have killed a squirrel with some sort of gun, but the squirrel turns out to be alright. This is all off-screen. It's slapstick, after all. And, arguments are common. Nothing that bad. Just funny.

In one episode, someone is in a leg brace. Presumably implied from skateboarding. Not a main character, but, they're sitting next to a main character. Bob and Merle have arguments, all the time, like, Bob says something like "Hi-dee-ho-dee, everybody, Bobby Bullpitt. Don't swoon, I'm human." Merle then asks something unusual, like, "If you're human, how come you eat with your feet?" or "If you're human, how come you sniff all the dogs in the neighbourhood?" (It's different each episode.) Merle says to him "Don't you start this with me." And good old Bob responds with "Wouldn't I? Wouldn't I?" It just stops there, but, it doesn't go on. Played entirely for laughs.

The word "d**khead" is used on occasion. Persons presumably ask about the name "Bullpitt" and they're stopped at "It sounds like bull..." However, the words "sh**", "bl**dy", "h***" and "w*g" (the discriminatory term for Italians and Greeks.) All meant for laughs.

Ted once complains about the police "Drinking, smoking marijuana in their underwear." Some drinking and smoking, at clubs.

Mostly played for laughs. It's an Australian show. Teenagers should be fine, but, it wouldn't kill you to have an 8-year-old or so who'll probably appreciate it more when they're older. Very politically incorrect humour, but, however, it's just some half-hour episodes. Thankyou for reading. Ultrademon Warrior. Just the username I had.


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