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Parents Guide for
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There are innumerable sexual references and innuendos; sometimes they are quite explicit.

There is no on-screen sexual activity, but couples have been seen lying together after sex.

Steve and his friends are comically hormonal. They are almost always discussing sex, or trying to get it.

Characters occasionally wear revealing outfits.

Some episodes feature scenes with scantly clad strippers, but no nudity is ever shown.

Nudity is always pixelated or blurred if ever present, but these instances are extremely rare.

Graphic bloody violence done realistically for the sake of shock value. Violence has included shootings, beatings, violence against women and children, accident violence, violence against animals, animal mauling people or other animals, death/dying/depictions of loss in general, and references to rape and torture.

Fairly frequent use of "bitch", "slut", "bastard", "whore" "ass", "damn", "hell", "piss", etc.

Infrequent use of "shit", "goddamn", "asshole"

Roger smokes tobacco and drinks alcohol frequently. Roger takes numerous drugs such as marijuana, heroin, meth, cocaine, crack cocaine, steroids, LSD, oxycodone, ecstasy, drano, and PCP.

Stan has been seen taking crack in a few episodes and even high on it.

Alcoholism is a very common factor on the series.

Some of the violence could be disconcerting.

Some of the graphic violence may disturb some.

Jokes about death/dying, rape, violence, disease, abortion, harassment of women and children, portrayals of disability (mentally and physically), and many other unsavory topics may be off-putting.

Argentina:13 / Australia:M / Canada:18A (Manitoba) (DVD rating) / Canada:PG (Nova Scotia) (DVD rating) / Canada:14A (Ontario) (most volumes) / Canada:G (Quebec) (DVD rating) / Canada:14+ (Season 1, 2, 3, 4, 5) (TV Rating) / Canada:PG (Season 6, 7, 8) (TV Rating) / Chile:TE / Finland:K-13 (DVD) / Germany:6 (volume 1) / Germany:16 (volume 7) / Germany:12 (volumes 2-6) / Ireland:12 (some episodes) / Ireland:15 (some episodes) / Netherlands:6 (Season 1) / Netherlands:12 (Season 2) / New Zealand:M (season 3) / Spain:18 / Spain:12 (cable rating) / UK:12 / UK:15 (some episodes) / USA:TV-14

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