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Parents Guide for
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Light sexual innuendos.

One episode centers around Nikki, Jen and Caitlin getting their peroids at the same time.

Jude and Caitlin ride a roller-coaster and she gets a call from Nikki and she's enjoying the ride. This causes Nikki and Wyatt to assume that something sexual is going on.

Jonesy sees Jen naked in two episodes, the first episodes he sees her breasts. The second time he sees her fully naked.

Some slapstick/cartoon violence.

The episode "Dude of the Living Dead" is the most violent episode, and the only one to have blood shed.

Name calling i.e. scumbag, maggot, and many other insults.

Nikki is called ass-man in one episode, because her name tag means Assistant Manager but it's abbreviated.

"bitch" is almost used, but it's cut off very quickly.

Jude speaks like a hippie, which may hint he's a stoner.


This series is appropriate for 12+ because of it's subject matter. Which is mostly things only teenagers understand.

Australia:PG / Brazil:Livre / Canada:PG (TV rating) / Canada:G (TV rating) / Netherlands:Unrated / Russia:16+ / USA:TV-PG / USA:TV-PG (D) (some episodes) / USA:TV-PG (DV) (one episode) (re-rating) / USA:TV-G (VOD rating)

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