Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd
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There are many sexual innuendos in this film. (A main character's mother is said to have "Jugs like these" while comparing to a woman's jugs in a magazine. This is an innocent comment, however, as he was actually talking about jugs.).

7/10

At least 15 "s" words, 2 slang terms for sex ("get some"), 3 slang terms for breasts ("milk bubbles" and "jugs"), 4 asses (1 used with "hole"), 3 craps, 2 damns, 2 hells, 9 uses of "Oh my God," 2 of "Oh God" and 1 use each of "God" and "My God" as exclamations.

One character says, "No f-ing way" (said exactly like that)

2/10

A convenience store clerk smokes once.

Harry tells the story of his imaginary friend, a pirate, drinking rum from a barrel.

A convenience store sign has the words "beer" and "wine" on it.

Collins and Heller have tropical drinks.

At some point in the film, Harry and Lloyd break up their friendship. Subsequent scenes show flashbacks of what they did as friends. This may be disturbing to someone who recently lost a very close friend.


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Rated PG-13 for crude and sex-related humor, and for language
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