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The Final Season
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Parents Guide for
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Sex & Nudity

None. There is a love story but nothing more than a light kiss or two is portrayed.

Violence & Gore

No gore. One fist fight between two high school boys, not prolonged.

Profanity

A couple of mild oaths, several instances of scatological language. "That's chicken-s--t" says one high school baseball player, for example.

The new kid in town is a cigarette smoker; he asks two other boys where he can "score some weed" and is threatened with bodily harm if he does it again; he twice offers to buy another player "a six pack" if he does well in the game.

A couple of scenes of anger and one brief fist fight, but no real danger or peril, no frightening sequences.

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Rated PG for language, thematic elements and some teen smoking
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