"Rocko's Modern Life"
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Sex & Nudity

Tons of sexual innuendo throughout the show, but never really explained clearly.

One character started working for a phone-sex company in a short sequence.

In one incident, Rocko picks something that resembles a berry on something that resembles a bush. The bush turns out to be a furry animal and the berries turns out to be his testicles, as seen when the animal stands up and grabs his crotch in pain.

One episode had a character trying to seduce another. Later, the girls husband returned home, only to see another male character in his underwear with money in his hands and believed she got payed for sex.

Tons of references to homosexuality

Violence & Gore

Very violent for an Y-rated show.

The first episode had a scene where an animal broke off his arms while training. Both fell down to the ground and blood/meat were shown.

One character started to nosebleed a lot in car.

Brain is shown in several episodes.


Sign written "Elevator to Hell" is shown. A character is sent to a mythical place called "Heck" after he has a death experince. He says, "isn't it suppossed to be_" then his mouth is covered by another character who asks for censors. Nothing big.. Some very mild language such as "darn" and "heck" in some episodes. That is nothing, though.

Some scenes with smoking. Some scenes are in bar/tavern-style establishments.

The cartoon violence can be pretty violent sometimes, even disturbing.

In the episode Power Trip, Rocko's eyes turn red after pressing a "Green Button" and starts screaming and yelling at Filburt for not selling Big Man comic books, which may be too intense for some young viewers.

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Australia:G / Australia:PG (some episodes) / Germany:12 (DVD release) / South Korea:All (2003) / South Korea:12 (2001) / UK:PG (DVD release) / USA:TV-Y (some episodes) / USA:TV-Y7 (some episodes)

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