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Rating: 6/10

No graphic sex scenes, but some episodes have frequent and/or strong references.

Season one, episode three ("Porno Gil"): a man puts on a film involving a man and two women having sex. Breasts visible for about five seconds. This is shown from a distance.

Season two, episode two ("Thor"): a husband and wife argue about the size of women's backsides. The camera pans to the front cover of an adult video with a close up of a woman's nude backside.

Rating: 2/10

Occasional comic violence, except for one episode:

Season seven, episode five ("The Bare Midriff"): a woman's husband is beat by a police officer and some blood splatters onto a windshield.

Rating: 10/10

Gets stronger and stronger

In the episode Beloved Aunt a Aunts obituary and the a gets replaced with a c very funny but rude cunt is used a lot of times

Frequent uses of fuck, shit, prick, bitch, bastard etc. and some infrequent uses of cock, pussy, and faggot. Notable examples of profanity are below:

Season one, episode nine ("Beloved Aunt"): cunt is said more than 10 times very funny though

Season three, episode 10 ("The Grand Opening"): in a famous scene, everyone curses out loud in a restaurant in order to keep a man with Tourette's syndrome from being embarrassed.

Season six, episode eight ("The N Word"): numerous black people have the misconception that someone used the word "nigger." Not dramatic, and used for comic effect.

Suzie's verbal vulgarity is a running joke throughout the series. Although her lines usually aren't vulgar in a sexual nature, she usually curses up a storm whenever she's on camera, especially in episodes like "The Doll" and "The Corpse-Sniffing Dog."

Rating: 4/10

Some episodes imply drug use; drugs and their effects are shown, especially in season four, episode six ("The Car Pool Lane") in which someone buys medicinal marijuana for his father's glaucoma. Alcohol is often shown and sometimes people are shown drunk. A little bit of smoking.

Rating: 2/10

Some episodes have lots of religious humor. Some Christians found "The Bare Midriff" offensive, in which Larry accidentally pees on a picture of Jesus Christ. There is a scene where a character salutes the Nazi anthem. It's all for comic effect, but still might be upsetting for some. Otherwise, not that many disturbing moments. When it comes to dark comedy, this show has much less than "Seinfeld."

Recommended for 15 and up.

Australia:MA15+ (some episodes) / Australia:M (some episodes) / Netherlands:AL / New Zealand:R13 (seasons 1, 3, 5 & 6 DVD rating) / New Zealand:M (seasons 2 & 4 DVD rating) / Singapore:NC-16 (season 2) / UK:18 (some episodes) / UK:15 (some episodes) / UK:12 (some episodes) / UK:PG (some episodes) / USA:TV-MA / USA:TV-MA (DVD Rating - Seasons 1-3)

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