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Sinbad has a line of: "A woman who slept with everybody at the post office but me!" (This was changed for the TV version)

There is a Christmas party scene in the beginning of the movie that shows many woman in short skirts dancing in a line with men.

A woman is dressed in a nightgown, cleavage is visible and it hugs her breasts.

Ted Maltin (who is played by Phil Hartman) is a bachelor neighbor who is up to no good has the reputation of flirting with every woman on the block including married women. He is rude to the husbands and moves in on women by doing favors for them such as putting lights on their house and helping them bake cookies and giving them rides to places.

Ted Maltin is a bachelor (who is played by Phil Hartman) has a married woman (Liz Langston who is played by Rita Wilson) in his car and he attempts to emotionally lure her into him.

Jamie tells his dad Howard that his mom Liz is next door petting Ted (who is a reindeer but is also a single bachelor man in the movie).


Turbo Man is a hero that fights off bad guys in superhero/power ranger-esque style in the opening and ending of the movie.

A man electrocutes a mans behind and then a load of santa clauses pile on top of him.

A scene shows a man fighting off many santa clause crooks by punching them.

A man punches a reindeer in the face.

In 2 scenes, a bitter man threatens to blow people up with a bomb.

A woman smacks a man in the face with a thermos of egg-nog, he is later seen with crooked glasses.


Mild language. ass, hell, etc. An incomplete son of a bitch. "Damn you" is said once.

There is a lot of alcohol use in this movie. A man offers another man alcohol to put in his coffee.

A comical thought appears on the screen that shows a little boy drinking alcohol from a bottle.

A man gives a reindeer alcohol.

The scene where Jamie falling off the building might be intense.

Rated PG for action violence, mild language and some thematic elements

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