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Very mild sexual references

No nudity whatsoever. However, the characters occasionally dress somewhat provocatively (for instance, they might show their underwear or wear sleeveless shirts).


The "violence" in this show is VERY mild and humorous. No "serious violence" whatsoever. Characters get hurt sometimes, but whenever someone gets hurt it's portrayed in a humorous way.


None. This is a G rated Disney show. The show's characters sometimes tease each other or say mean things to each other, but they NEVER use profanity.


No frightening scenes. This is a comedy show. It's so funny and humorous that it's suitable for even younger children. I recommend it for all ages (however, the main characters are teenagers, so it targets mainly teenage audiences).


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