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Sex scenes are very crude and usually include over the top touching and thrusting, but they're always clothed.

The worst of these scenes are those between Joanna and Allan

A few scenes contain nudity, but these are infrequent.

One male character offers to be a model for a life drawing class. He is nude in this scene. A female character who is in this class paints a picture of him (full frontal) which is seen multiple times through the rest of the series.

In the final episode of the first series, Guy Secretaire has sex with Joanna Clore, who is revealed earlier in the episode to be his mother, which neither were aware of at the time. The scene is disturbing and hard to watch, as you're aware of this fact prior to the event.


Very Frequent use of F***

While never said directly, C*** is referred to (usually either incomplete or as 'the c-word') fairly often.

Frequent use of milder profanities such as shit, damn and bitch


Most characters smoke and are seen smoking throughout

After finding out she isn't pregnant, which later turns out false, Harriet smokes four or five cigarettes at once to celebrate

A lot of episodes include scenes at pubs, which includes drinking

In one episode, Caroline Todd, the main character, holds a party in which most people, including herself become drunk. She kisses four people (3 males and 1 female) during this scene.


Green Wing is primarily a comedy, but has drama elements as well, particularly in the second series

A major character (Mac) is revealed to have a terminal disease which means he will die some point relatively soon in the future

Australia:MA15+ (some episodes) / Australia:M (some episodes) / UK:15

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