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Parents Guide for
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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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Sex & Nudity

In the end of one episode, we can see Newman and Kramer's mom briefly having sex.

Season four, "The Pitch" -- George jokes about how a story must be good or else it's "simply just masturbation."

Season four -- episode 11 ("The Contest"): the entire plot is how the main characters have a contest to see who can go the longest without masturbating, although the word "masturbate" or one of its variations is never used. A nude woman across the street from one of the main character's apartments makes someone the first to lose the contest. The woman is never shown, though. References are made to JFK's "butt."

Season five, episode one ("The Mango"): an entire sub-plot revolving around orgasms, including multiple uses of the word "orgasm."

Season six, episode nine ("The Secretary"): a sex scene. All of the action is off-screen, but lots of moaning and heavy breathing can be heard.

Another one revolves around the word "ass" (see profanity). Some pretty heavy kissing scenes, occasional implied sex and nudity.

Violence & Gore

It's mostly slapstick comedy. Nothing serious.

Profanity

There is one moment if you listen very carefully where someone says the F-word and either on purpose or accident, they left it out. In this same episode, lots of Spanish profanity. There is also a moment where one character says "jerk-off" (non-sexual) and another which revolves around the middle finger (which is flipped several times, in comical ways). Another episode revolves around use of the word "ass" (in its literal meaning) because of a license plate that says "assman." Otherwise, there's mild language like "hell", "damn", "bastard", "bitch" and "son of a bitch". In a few episodes there is bleeped dialogue, but it doesn't happen often.

Expect the occasional bar/club scene, complete with on-screen alcohol consumption. Characters frequently drink and smoke in other places and scenes as well.

George pulls the plug on a man in revenge for taking his girlfriend.

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Certification:
Argentina:Atp / Australia:PG / Australia:G (some episodes) / Australia:M (some episodes) / Denmark:A / Finland:K-18 (2005) (DVD) (self applied) / Finland:K-3 (2004) / Netherlands:6 / Singapore:PG / UK:PG / UK:15 (one episode) / UK:12 (some episodes) / UK:U (some episodes) / USA:TV-PG / USA:TV-14 (some epiosodes)

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