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Sex is sometimes talked about, and the two main characters commonly have or mention sex.

However, any sexual activity that is shown in the show is pretty mild in nature. We never see the more "graphic aspects" of sex in the show.

Sexual jokes are sometimes made.

Carrie (one of the main characters) sometimes shows her cleavage.

There is one scene in two different episodes ("Steve Moscow" and "Gorilla Warfare") where two people make out passionately. However these two scenes only last for about two and a half seconds.

The following episodes have plots that focuses on sex. - Where's Poppa - Maybe Baby - Get Away - Do Rico - Twisted Sitters - Horizontal Hold - Walk, Man - Ovary Action - Damned Yanky - Pole Lox

Score: 0/10

Any violence that occurs is very mild and is probably intended to be funny and comical. No graphic or intense violence whatsoever.

The strongest words used are "bitch", "slut," "whore," "ass", and "bastard".

"Damn" and "hell" are used many times.

One episode uses the word "chink" once.

Characters are shown drinking alcohol in several of the episodes. The drinking is almost always responsible, however.

One of the main characters occasionaly smokes.

One character in one episode has been addicted to nasal spray.

Score: 0/10

The show is a sitcom and thus it is always "light" and humorous in nature. Nothing scary whatsoever, even for little kids.

In one episode, one of the main characters is threatened by his stalker through e-mail and doesn't reveal himself. This might disturb some kids.

The argument between two central characters in episode "Foe: Pa" is intense for kids since the argument happened here happens in families.

The series is mostly rated TV-PG, but has a couple TV-G episodes and even a TV-14 episode.

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