Honey I Blew Up the Kid
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A girl is shown in a bikini surrounded by muscular bare chested high school athletes at the local water fun park that the oldest boy works at.


Very mild. The giant baby runs through his home's wall to escape and drops giant peppermint candies on cars along Las Vegas' Strip. The Hard Rock Cafe guitar he "plays" gets hit by a helicopter's tranquilizer dart, causing him a painful electric shock. Diane smacks one of the rival scientists when she finds out about his use of tranquilizer darts.


Very mild uses of "Hell", "Oh God" and "damn", one abbreviated use of "mother" in suprised exclamation.


Two of Wayne's rival scientists drink wine while plotting to get rid of Sterling and Szalinski.


If any, a rather tame rampage of giant baby Adam on Las Vegas' Strip that causes many people to run away in comic fear and a helicopter appears to threaten the jolly giant.

Adam is electrified by a Hard Rock Cafe guitar - he begins to cry due to the electric shock he received. This can be unsettling for the youngest viewers.

Total: 10/50

Rated PG for frenetic action

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