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0/10: None.

Almost all of the characters in this show are male.

2/10: Mild.

Mild comic violence throughout, some slapstick humor and monsters hurting each other. All of this is done as comedy. On ocassions, a yellow monster named Beubo would cause havoc and hurt The Main Characters. One episode involves Berk popping a pink monster (The Splonde) with a giant sewing needle. The final episode involves Rogg and a very big orange monster fighting each other.

2/10: Very Mild.

Very mild name calling through out. Berk is know for saying "Oh Globbit!"

3/10: Mild.

The Thing Upstairs (Who Is Never Seen) yells at Berk loudly, it may frighten young children. Several antagonists may frighten some young children. (EG: The Big Red/Orange Thing, Thort The Giant Plant Bird, Beubo, etc.)

Overall: 7/50.

Not recommended for children under four years old.


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