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Parents Guide for
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The episodes that aired on ABC Family and Disney Channel are more family-friendly, but when the show moved to The N and CBS it started to have more sexual references.

One episode involves Sharon getting her period.

One episode centers around Sharon's breasts growing.

An episode's plot-line involves Sharon playing matchmaker for two of her friends who are homosexuals.

Some slapstick/cartoon violence.

Some name-calling mostly by Nina.

Use of "Oh My God!", and several suggestive dialogues involving teens.

Teenage boys are seen drinking alcohol and are acting drunk in one episode.

Sharon gets drunk after drinking a mix of rum and cola offered to her by a band.

Sharon almost smokes a cigarette after someone offers it to her.

nothing, but some scenes can anger some viewers.

Although the show is meant for younger audiences, there are some things they might not understand.

Despite being rated TV-Y7, the show should probably be rated TV-PG.

Brazil:Livre / Canada:PG (Manitoba) (DVD rating) / Canada:G (Ontario/Quebec) (DVD rating) / UK:U (most volumes) / UK:PG (one volume) (cut) / USA:TV-Y / USA:TV-Y7 (some episodes)

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