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Parents Guide for
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In the beggining of the show, (series 1-4), some of the plot is based around two people's (Sam and Dian Chambers) past sexual relationship.

Sex jokes are sometimes made that are mildly dirty.

Sex is talked about or mentioned frequently.

In "Homicidal Ham", Sam is held at gunpoint. Later, it's revealed that the gun wasn't loaded.

In "Sam Turns the Other Cheek", Sam was held at gunpoint twice, the second time capturing Diane as well. Sam shot himself in the butt.

In "I'll Be Seeing You Part 1", Diane chokes Sam with a phone cord.

PG language, but it's surprisingly infrequent.

Uses of ass, damn, hell

In "Just Three Friends", Diane calls Heather a slut.

In "Diane's Allergy", Sam calls his ex-wife a bitch, but not to her face.

The show is set in a bar; alcohol, mostly beer, flows throughout every episode.

Should be fine for kids 13+


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