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Ward seductively tells his wife, "June, you're vacuuming in pearls. You know what that does to me." She replies, "Stick around. Later I'll slip into a pair of oven mitts." They then kiss and Wally tells them, "Geez, why don't the two of you get a room?"

Brief passionate kissing

Some mild flirting

There are several slapstick bits where people slip and fall or fly through the air (Eddie runs into a pole, the boys slip and fall to the ground, etc...), but no one's hurt during any of these.

1 crap and 1 use of "Oh my God" as exclamations.

There's an incomplete "ass" in Wally's statement about doing his homework so that Ward "doesn't have to crawl up my..."

Beaver climbs up on top of a building to look inside a huge coffee cup and at one point dangles from the structure several stories above the street.


MPAA:
Rated PG for mild language and some elements of sensuality
Certification:
Argentina:Atp / Australia:PG / Australia:G (TV rating) / Canada:G (Alberta/British Columbia/Manitoba/Nova Scotia/Quebec) / Canada:F (Ontario) / Germany:6 / Iceland:L / Singapore:PG / Spain:T / UK:PG / USA:PG (certificate #35435)

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