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Afraid of having a baby, Tim fantasizes that Tonya is pregnant and gives birth to multiple babies; these pop out of her quickly and crazily while doctors and nurses catch them and Tim is horrified.

At the nightclub, Tim as the Mask ogles young women, rips open his shirt, and dances wildly with skimpily dressed young women on stage, while one in a skimpy costume sells cigarettes.

At home, Tim as the Mask comes into his and Tonya's darkened bedroom; while the screen is black, she asks, "What's gotten into you?" and he says, "Let's find out," suggesting they have sex, in order to conceive Alvey while Tim is wearing the mask.

While Tonya is pregnant, she and Tim visit the doctor and get an ultrasound; Tim caresses and looks at her pregnant belly.

While under the mask's influence, Otis the dog romances a neighbor dog over dinner and drinks.

In one disguise, Loki's suddenly overweight butt crack appears in frame.

In an early scene, Tim and Tonya's friends' kids hit each other and make a ruckus.

Loki shoots at Tim repeatedly in various scenes, with cartoonish excess.

Tim and Otis the dog's transformations look violently spastic (in various scenes).

Loki sucks up a lady with a vacuum cleaner ("This is a terrible demonstration," she cries).

The baby runs through a door and leaves one of those cut-out baby shapes.

Otis the dog tries to give Alvey a firecracker disguised as a rattle; Alvey gives it back disguised as a bone and it blows up the dog.

Alvey and Otis the dog fight violently (at one point swinging the dog by the tail so he hits all the walls in the room, smashing furniture, etc. and then blows the dog up after it surrenders with a white flag -- this sequence is very violent, though all cartoonish).

Otis the dog imagines putting a bomb in Alvey's diaper, shooting him out of a cannon, spinning him in a ceiling fan, and tarring and feathering him. Alvey turns all this around and does it to the dog, including sending him through one of those laundry wringers, flattening him (but both are okay afterwards).

Loki, Tim, and Alvey fight violently, using guns, electricity, explosives, and garbage dumpsters (Alvey works magic to slam Loki between them). They look charred at times (in a cartoon fashion, but are otherwise okay later).

Loki wields a giant axe, and later, a hammer, smashing the sidewalk around Tim. Loki throws an oversized hand grenade at Tim and Alvey; and the baby puts up a shield.

Alvey and Loki both can stretch their limbs to play "Super-Twister" -- their bodies contort here.

Various bodies are slammed into a brick wall (in a "splat" cartoon fashion).

There's a boxing match between Tim as the Mask and Loki.

Otis the dog, while under the influence of the mask, bites someone's crotch.

At least 3 craps, 1 damn, 1 hell and 1 use of "Good God."

The mask affects its wearers -- Tim and his dog -- by making them appear drunk or drugged. They behave badly, showing lascivious interest in female characters, assaulting other characters, and spinning around like wild dervishes.

At a nightclub, background characters hold drinks.

While under the mask's influence, Otis the dog romances a neighbor dog over dinner and drinks.

At a nightclub, some characters may be smoking in the background, while a girl in a skimpy costume sells cigarettes

The scenes where Loki transforms into a Mask-like entity may frighten younger children

Rated PG for action, crude and suggestive humor and language

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