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None. The most we see are teenagers flirting innocently, and married couples kissing briefly.

A teenage girl falls and hurts her shoulder during volleyball practice. She insists she's fine, but she falls asleep with an ice pack on her shoulder later that night. When her mother lifts the ice pack, we see a fairly large bruise with some red and purple coloring.

A teenage race car driver crashes during a race. There is no blood, but she is knocked unconscious, and the paramedics have to dismantle her car in order to reach her. She is airlifted to the hospital, but she ends up being fine and going home that same day.

A father and daughter argue about her being a sore loser. There is a lot of shouting, but they make up shortly after that.


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