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Parents Guide for
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Sex & Nudity

Two men have a secret gay relationship, in which one is married to a woman and has children. They do not kiss or anything, however.

A man gets jealous over a past relationship of a man and woman, and assumes that they are talking sexually to one another when they are actually discussing work (except for a few occasions where the man talks that way on purpose to make the other jealous).

A woman talks about having been a prostitute.

A woman tries to have sex with a teenage boy, but nothing happens (he runs away).

A woman dances suggestively (humorous matter, for a science fair introduction, which makes no sense).

A woman tries to touch a teenager girls breasts (clothed).

Several sexual inuendos and conversations.

Overall, there are no nudity or 'sex scenes' in this movie.

Violence & Gore

A woman jabs a fork into the hand of a teenage boy. No blood.

A group of three teenagers gang up on a boy to tease him, and to hurt him. They don't succeed in this, as a woman starts talking to them, where a boy comes up to her and tries to urinate in her locker (no nudity). She slams the locker door on his genitals, and he falls to the floor in pain. His head gets between the locker door, and the woman repeatedly slams the door on his head. There is no blood, however.

Overall, there is no blood in this film.

A few other mild violent scenes. The television show contains much more than what's in the movie, but it is also mild.

Profanity

Typical comedy and rated-R language: F**k, S**t, D**m, etc. They are not used non-stop, but are used quite frequently.

Teen smoking and drinking.

Adult smoking and drinking.

A woman talks of having smoked illegal drugs.

The beginning shows a jail and the main character, doing time for what she did. (Illegal prostitution and drugs.)

This is a comedy, so the scenes never really get 'intense'. Refer to the violence section.

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Rated R for sexual content, language and some drug material
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