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Parents Guide for
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Sex & Nudity

8/10

Some mild to moderate references to sex.

The "nudity" is completely censored on tv, on DVD it's uncensored but since there toys it's not very detailed.

Frequent references to pornography, masturbation, and rape could be seen as offensive.

Non graphic sex scenes played for laughs.

Violence & Gore

NOTE: They are toys and figures not real people just animated.

9/10

The earlier episodes contained mild to moderate comic fight scenes involving lasers and lightsabers, but by the end of season 1 cartoon gore became prevalent.

People are shown getting cut in half, blown up, decapitated, stabbed, run over, ripped apart, and much, much more.

The violence can often be extreme, over the top, and cruel.

Play dough is used to animate the blood, so it looks humorous. However, if it were live action it would be horrifying.

Profanity

9/10

"Fuck" is always bleeped when aired on television (with the exception of "Caffeine-Induced Aneurysm," in a scene where an old man muttered "what the fuck" uncensored to his wife once), but the DVDs are uncensored (10/10)

"Asshole" was bleeped until later in season 2

"Shit" was bleeped until season 7

"Ass," "Bitch" and "Hell" are used once or twice in every episode.

"Cock" and "Cunt" are used on rare occasions.

6/10

Some smoking and drinking seen.

5/10 (Disturbing Content: 9/10)

While the show is comedic, the content can be dark and disturbing.

Rated: TV-MA/TV-14-DLSV

Suggested MPAA Rating: R/PG-13 for pervasive crude humor, animated violence, and some strong language. (The season 1 DVD is actually rated PG-13, but all seasons after that would likely be rated R, with the exception of a few episodes.)

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Certification:
Australia:M (some episodes) / Australia:MA (some episodes) / Canada:14A / Canada:13+ (Quebec) / Canada:18+ (TV rating) / Germany:16 (some episodes) / Germany:12 (some episodes) / Malaysia:(Banned) / New Zealand:M / New Zealand:R16 (DVD rating) / Portugal:M/16 / Singapore:M18 / UK:15 / USA:TV-MA / USA:TV-14 (some episodes)

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