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Parents Guide for
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Sex & Nudity

Mild to no nudity, no sex scenes, only mild to moderate implications.

Maggie sometimes wears provocative clothing, especially in the episode "The Breeder". She also acts provocatively in that episode. In one scene, we se her naked from the waist up, she covers her breasts with her palms.

Protagonist Quinn Mallory often has short standing relationships, while he has an on-and-off platonic relationship with Wade throughout the first three seasons. He even kisses "himself" (his female double) in the episode "Double Cross".

Violence & Gore

Mild, infrequent violence. Mostly fistfights, a few shootings.

In seasons 3-4, a man steals brain tissue from other people with a syringe, causing them to fall into a coma. Mild goreness.

In the episode Exodus, one of the protagonists gets shot in the heart. The bullet is seen flying towards his body. The impact is not shown. No blood is shown. Not graphic.

Profanity

No strong language. The words, "damn", "hell", "bitch", "idiot" are occasionally used.

Alcohol consumption by protagonists occasionally shown. Mild drunkness a couple of time. No smoking.

In the episode "The Dream Masters" psychotropic drugs are used to induce hallucinations, nightmares and make "shared dreaming" possible.

The Kromaggs may be frightening for younger children.

The Kromaggs eat human eyes. A few blind people are shown in internment camps.

In seasons 3-4, a man steals brain tissue from other people with a syringe, causing them to fall into a coma.

"The Dream Masters" episode involves nightmares with moderate horror. May be frightening for younger children.

The episodes "The Last of Eden" and "Sole Survivors" feature "zombies". Mild horror. Can be frightening for younger children.

Overall: 13/50. May be suitable for children from the age 8-10.

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Certification:
Australia:PG / Australia:M (some episodes) / Singapore:PG (season 1) (season 2) (season 4) / Singapore:NC-16 (season 3) / UK:12 (Season 1 & 2) / UK:15 (Season 3)

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