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A woman covered by bed sheets and a man dressed, pulls her bra from his underwear.

While urinating, man tells an unclean man that he must keep his "hands on the private part" to avoid shaking hands.

A man tells an illegal immigrant that an ex-President is cranky because he has a small one: using the term "p_nis"

A man is on top of a woman in bed - under the covers - stopped by a gun to his head.

A man uses a sex word "bang"

Mild violence. A man is shot offscreen, and you briefly see his body without any blood. A helicopter explodes with two men in it, but we don't see any carnage. Character use guns to threaten people throughout the film (and, frequently, one of these is a realistic-looking squirt gun). The fact that the two Presidents are in danger throughout the film is played for comic effect.

1 "f" word (and 3 uses of "freakin" in its place), 2 "s" words, 5 terms involving male genitals (2 uses of "penis", 1 "d*ck," 1 "d*ckhead," 1 "pr*ck," in a non-sexual context), 1 slang term for female genitals ("pussy," in a non-sexual context), 24 damns, 19 hells, 7 "ass"s, 4 SOB's (and 3 more incomplete "son of a..."), 2 craps, and 8 uses of "Oh God," 5 uses of "Oh my God," 2 uses of "My God," and 1 use each of "God damn," "Oh Christ," "Sweet Jesus," "For Christ's sake," "God" and "Jesus" as exclamations. There are frequent crude sexual terms ("screw you," and "bang" is used in a sexual context).

The word "queer" is used as a slogan for a gay rights group, and a lesbian motorcycle gang is named "Dykes on Bikes." (you see it engraved in a member's jacket.) People are called derogatory names ("hick," "piss off," "shut up," "idiot," "moron," "bastard," etc.) throughout the film, though most of the time it's played for comedic effect.

Doulgass orders a Vodka Tonic.

Joe was about to insert a needle into Carl's arm until he (Carl) decided to talk

Rated PG-13 for salty language and innuendo

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