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Sex & Nudity

A few genital and ejaculation jokes, but they are not the main bits in the program, so they are brief.

Violence & Gore

Some violent dialogue including references to child abuse, suicide, multilation and other topics that might disturb.

Profanity

Heavy use of profanity throughout the entire program, especially the "f-word" which is used literally almost every other line. There is also a song that Leary sings called "A-Hole". Other strong language is uttered throughout.

Lots of jokes about substance abuse, smoking cigarettes and drinking beer. Leary is depicted smoking cigarettes in several scenes and drinks a beer during one bit.

Nothing incredibly intense, but the special in general is vulgar and not reccommended for child or anybody who dislikes raunchy comedy to watch.

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MPAA:
Rated R for pervasive language, drug and sex-related humor

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