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A man zooms in on a girls breast with a camera. (episode Shriek and Destroy)

People lure killer insects by replaying it's mating call.

An old man tries to hit on a young female. He says stuff like "You should really unbutton your jacket more." and "Its getting hot out here, should we make it hotter?".

Also one girl jumps into a trough full of water to escape the creatures and later we can fully see her breasts and nipples thru her wet shirt.

For a TV show, it can get very violent and gory.

A man shoots a giant monster with a high caliber weapon. It explodes, and drenches everyone in blood. (episode 8)

A giant monster swallows a man, but reguritates his lower torso. Blood is seen everywhere (episode 8)

A pig is attacked by a creature. Even though it's off screen, we see blood splatter on a stop sign. (episode 5)

A horse is attacked by a creature off screen. We later see that it has several bloody holes punched into it. (episode 5)

A mans severed foot is found in the desert. It is covered in blood (episode 3)

We see the gruesome remains of three men. Thier bodies are completly mangled, and thier bones are visible. (episode 2)

A man is shot in the chest with a large harpoon. The harpoon is covered in blood, and the man quivers in pain on the ground. (episode 7)

A man runs and hides in a box from a creature. But the creature impales the man through the box, killing him. (episode 5)

A bug crawls into a mans ear. His ears begin bleeding large amounts of blood as he screams in pain, and eventually dies. (episode 12)

A giant ghost-like creature 'absorbs' a man, until he is a skeleton. (episode 6)

A man gets acid shot in his face, and his face melts off. (episode 9)

A man gets his arm ripped off by a giant shrimp-like monster. We later see the mans corpse floating in the water without limbs or a head. (episode 11)

A man is shot in the head with a pistol. We don't see him getting shot, but we do see his corpse with a bullet hole in his forehead. (episode 13)

Throughout the series, there is casual usage of words like 'hell', 'bastard', 'damn' and 'ass'. 'Asshole' is used twice in the series, as is the phrase 'son-of-a-bitch'. 'Prick' is used once.

People sell beer at the local resturant in town.

One character casualy drinks beer.

For a TV series, it can get pretty gory. Some episodes have on-screen dismemberment, especially any episodes involving Shriekers.

Episode 12, "The Sound of Silence", can be a very creepy episode. For one thing, it involves killer insects that make high pitched buzzing noises, and crawl into peoples ears to feast on thier brains. Second, this is one of the few episodes where the CGI looks real and convincing. Third, it has a very creepy atmosphere and several strange camera angles, that doesn't feel like a Tremors episode.

Several intense, loud shoot-outs occur throughout the show.

The scene were a man gets shot in the head in close range (episode 13, The Key) may shock some people, because it isn't normal Tremors behavior. It is the first and only time when a man has been murdered by another man in a Tremors movie/show.

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