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Parents Guide for
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Sex & Nudity


Occasional breast and genital nudity from both men and women, however sex is never shown. Sex references on the other hand are frequent.

Violence & Gore


Usually none, but if there is, it is very comical.



Pervasive strong language (ex. f**k, motherf**k) in every episode. However, on television, the swearing is censored.


Strong drug use and references.

Most sketches revolve around some kind of drug or alcohol content.

Marijuana is seen being smoked and talked about.

One of the characters in a popular sketch is addicted to cocaine and he is seen using it all the time.

Alcohol is in almost every sketch.

People are shown hungover.

A character in one of the sketches does heroine.

Final Rating: 23/50 (about PG-13/R)

Should be suitable for teenagers over the age of 14.

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Australia:M (some episodes) / Australia:MA (some episodes) / Canada:18A (DVD rating) / USA:TV-14 / USA:TV-MA

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