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Parents Guide for
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Bare breasts are shown briefly in a changing room.

Crude humor


Gwen hits T.S. in the crotch, after he accidentally elbows on of her breasts.

Shannon beats up Brodie.

Jay and Silent Bob attack a man in an easter bunny costume, thinking he beat Brodie. Children around the Easter Bunny join in. This scene is moderately violent though very comedic.


30 F-Words, and at least twice that many in other profanity such as "shit".


Jay and Silent Bob are drug dealers, but drug use is only shown once. Jay and Silent Bob gives the backstage guards pot, so the partner's in crime can destroy the stage for a gameshow. There is also talk about getting high, and some tobacco smoking.

Rated R for strong language, including sexual dialogue, and for some scenes of sexuality and drug content
Argentina:13 / Australia:MA / Brazil:12 / Canada:14A / Canada:13+ (Quebec) / Finland:S (2002) (DVD) / Finland:K-12 (1996) (VHS) / Germany:16 / Iceland:L / Ireland:18 / Israel:16 / Italy:T / New Zealand:R16 / Norway:18 / Singapore:M18 (cut) / Spain:13 / UK:18 (original rating) / UK:15 (re-rating) (2003) / USA:R (NO. 34072) / USA:Not Rated (extended version)

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