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Sex & Nudity

A very drunk Davey comes on to his car, making sexual motions on top of it while fondling its trim.

Whitey strips down to his jock strap in the locker room (his backside is covered with fur).

Verbal and visual jokes fly about everything from Viagra to phone sex to bestiality to masturbation to transgender operations to cross-dressing to homosexual activity.

Davey sings about squeezing an old womans "melons."

One of the townswomen has three large breasts which she shakes vigorously from side to side when she laughs (shes also seen breastfeeding three infants).

A fat preteen boy is teased about his large "boobies" and told to wear a bra (later hes seen trying on womens undergarments at a Victorias Secret store).

Davey makes a racy comment about a young womans behind (the camera zooms in for a close-up).

When store logos and overstuffed couches come to life at the mall (in Daveys imagination) an oversexed bottle of GNC vitamins makes ribald remarks about an animated Victorias Secret negligee.

Violence & Gore

Running away from the police, Davey wrecks snowmen, smashes ice sculptures and generally creates havoc around town.

Disgusted with having to referee kids basketball games, he forcefully kicks his shoes off (one flies up and breaks one of the gyms lights; the other knocks out the scoreboard operator).

A few of the basketball sequences are rather violent with Whitey getting smashed with the ball.

Whitey falls from the top of a very large Christmas tree and crashes down through its branches.

Davey pushes Whitey (who is inside a porta-potty) down the side of a hill, then freezes him into a "poopsicle" with a water hose ("Thats a good look for you," Davey smirks when he sees Whitey covered in feces, "but for health reasons I should probably spray you off").

A man sets Daveys home on fire.

Davey crashes through a glass door and hurls a bottle of booze at a blaring burglar alarm.

He throws an egg in a mans face and gives him a Charlie Horse.

He also gives himself an "over-the-head" wedgie.

Whiteys twin sister, Eleanor, kicks a man in the eye, knocking him unconscious.

Laughing hysterically, a man slams his head repeatedly into a table.

Whitey is zapped with a lightning bolt (you see his skeleton in classic cartoon fashion).

Profanity

At least only 1 f word. Four or five s-words along with more than a dozen milder profanities and crudities. The Lords name is misused a half-dozen times.

Davey is a mean drunk. Hes frequently seen guzzling the poisonous stuff and acting out as a result. He also jokes about using Eleanors trombone as a bong. A bus driver muses about "hippie-dippy mushroom flashbacks." One song has a line in it about being on crack.

Davey's parents died in a car crash, though this is only mentioned.

Davey's home is set on fire by an arsonist. He then rushes inside to rescue his Hanukkah card.

The song Let it Out, Davey is sad towards the end when his parents sing.

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MPAA:
Rated PG-13 for frequent crude and sexual humor, drinking and brief drug references

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