"Aqua Teen Hunger Force"
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Sex & Nudity


Strong sexual references and language, except for in the first two seasons, but even then it is mildly present.

A dog was constantly raping a man.

The opening to Season 9 shows a topless mermaid briefly. It's not sexual, but some might complain.

Violence & Gore


The first season hardly contains any violence at all, but with the later half of season 2, bloody violence and gory scenes are used in a comedic context. It gets gorier as the series progresses.

Every main and major character has died at least once. Frylock has died the least amount of times.



Profanity throughout; harsher language is bleeped on Adult Swim, but not in the uncut version.

Several uses of "fuck" "shit" "asshole" and other milder language in many episodes after season three.

"Asshole" was censored at first, but is unbleeped after the two first seasons. "Dick" is heard starting from season 4.

Aqua TV Show Show is tamer with the swearing compared to some of the other newer seasons, but it still is present.


Carl drinks and has gotten a D.U.I. once because of it, but still refused to stay off the road, and ended up getting no comeuppance.

There is one episode where Master Shake is so desperate for marijuana that he fakes glaucoma just to smoke it legally. Though after this episode, nobody does drugs in the trio.

Smoking is done frequently by the characters, though it doesn't seem to be addicting to anyone, and just played to "look cool."


All frightening and/or intense scenes are played strictly for laughs.

However, Frylock was diagnosed with skin cancer and it was, for the first time in the series, dealt with very seriously, and was disturbing, even though he survived in the end.


Suggested MPAA Rating: R for Crude Sexual Humor Throughout, Comic Bloody Violence, Language, and Some Drug References

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