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When Jack-Jack falls through the floor into the basement hallway, his diaper stays behind in Kari's hands. As he's floating around in the hallway, Kari chases him while he wears no clothes. No nudity is present outside of a bare bottom.

As part of the superpowers he inherited from his parents, Jack-Jack has the ability to catch on fire. He also falls from a high shelf, *through* the floor into the basement, where he floats around.

An indirect innuendo of vulgarity. Syndrome rings the Parr's doorbell, and Kari answers it. After seeing the "S" on his suit, she asks what it stands for. Syndrome says that he was initially going to have the initials for "Babysitter" on it, but then he'd "be going around with a big 'BS', and you understand why I couldn't go with that."

The baby catching on fire may startle some.

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