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Charlie and his partners ask the kids what they want to do or know, and one asks where babies come from (Charlie quickly changes the subject).

A mother comments on how she has just stopped breast-feeding and a man says " I'd freak out too" meaning that she has big breasts.


Various instances of slapstick style material occur in the film, including a kid accidentally kicking Phil through the air when Phil bends over in front of the kid on a swing.

Ben accidentally slams face-first into a closed door while walking with Charlie (he isn't hurt);

a little martial arts student kicks Phil in the crotch (causing him to fall to the sidewalk in pain - but played for laughs);

Phil accidentally staples a flier to his hand.

There's some brief Three Stooges hitting on TV;

a kid runs into a wall with a bucket on his head;

some kids pull away parts of the house's exterior (the downspout, etc.).

Dressed like huge vegetables, Charlie and Phil do a faux wrestling show for the kids with Charlie hitting Phil's costume several times until Phil drives him backward and they land on a table that breaks.

Phil tries to knock down a bee's nest and many bees then chase after him and Marvin;

Marvin bangs his costume head while trying to get into a van and later falls over a small fence in the day care center;

and Phil accidentally falls onto a former coworker.

A boy throws a bowl of cereal at a window in Charlie's office, which Charlie and Phil were both standing behind that window. The thrown bowl of cereal makes a huge mess on the window. Anybody but Charlie, Phil, Marvin, or the man who was dressed in the broccoli suit isn't hurt by the bowl of cereal.


1 use of hell

In one scene and where words are being spelled out in front of Ben, Charlie tells Kim that he told his boss to take a "Flying F..." (but she stops him before he can spell the rest).

Rating should be PG for brief mild language

A family movie

Rated PG for language
Argentina:Atp / Australia:PG (cable rating) / Australia:G (original rating) / Brazil:Livre / Canada:G / Finland:K-3 / Germany:0 / Iceland:L / Ireland:PG / Malaysia:U / Netherlands:AL / New Zealand:G / Norway:A / Philippines:G / Portugal:M/6 / Singapore:PG / South Korea:All / Spain:T / Sweden:Btl / Switzerland:7 (canton of Geneva) / Switzerland:7 (canton of Vaud) / Switzerland:8 (canton of Zurich) / Switzerland:6 (canton of the Grisons) / UK:PG / USA:PG (certificate #39497)

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