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Sam the eagle is seen staring at a girl's bare stomach.

Animal makes out with a security guard.


Gonzo is electrocuted, Rizzo goes through series of peril.

Miss Piggy and an FBI agent have a fight.

Mostly comic and slapstick style violence, no blood or gore.


MInor namecalling.


A TV producer (played by Rob Schneider) holds an unlit cigar and a guard briefly smokes a cigarette. Rizzo and Pepe the Giant Prawn hold "tropical drinks" (complete with tiny umbrellas) as they soak in a Jacuzzi (although it's highly unlikely they're supposed to be alcoholic drinks). We see some glasses of wine next to Miss Piggy and an FBI agent (who she has tied up).


Although he's played as a comic villain, some younger kids may be scared when ed singer appears on screen partly because dramatic music plays when he's on screen. gonzo is hit by a lightning bolt, but it later takes him on a trip through outer space.

Suggested MPAA Rating: PG for Mild Peril, Smoking, and Brief Sensuality

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