"Star Wars: The Clone Wars"
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Some scantily clad female characters.

A married couple shares occasional brief (yet passionate) kisses.

Sometimes quick mild sexual innuendos

The episode "Senate Spy" has some kissing and some sexual innuendos, more so than any other episode.

In the episode "Rookies" there are some pictures in the background that show some scantily clad females, however it's very hard to notice.

In the episode "Hunt for Ziro" there is a scene where a few scantily clad dancers are performing a dance in front of the Hutts.

In the episode "Lethal Trackdown" there is a scene at a bar where a dancer is performing on one of the tables.

There is an episode in which a scene takes place at a club where there are scantily clad female characters standing on the tables performing a provocative dance.

[The Complete Season One]

Depictions of violence tend to involve laser gun shootings, massive explosions, Jedi-saber fights, and giant alien monster attacks. Younger viewers may still view this series since these depictions are without gore and do not portray cruel inflections. Nevertheless, battle violence is prevalent.

[The Complete Season Two]

Parental guidance is advised for this season's mild battle scenes and animated action violence.

Violence consists of many depictions of sci-fi action where people, robots, spacecraft and more are killed or destroyed by various weapons, while various forms of fighting (i.e. light-saber duels) also occur.

Mild battle scenes are present in every episode in this season. Typically, the characters in the series go into battle using laser beams, laser swords or guns. In these battle sequences, explosions and giant alien monster attacks are also portrayed.

Occasionally, some severed but non-bloody heads are seen, and that, combined with the violence and various moments containing potential disastrous peril may prove unsettling and/or suspenseful to some younger viewers, such as children.

Mild action violence also include various Jedi-saber fights and some physical brawls that include punches and kicks between characters. However, younger viewers should be able to view these scenes accompanied with a parent as its portrayal of violence does not dwell on infliction of pain or torture.

[The Complete Season Three]

Parental guidance is strongly recommended for this season for some of its violence and battle scenes.

Violence consists of all sorts of sci-fi action where humans, robots and alien creatures are killed by various weapons; typically involving laser swords and guns, and the explosions of many spacecrafts.

In some cases, severed but non-bloody body parts are seen; and such moments of potential shock & peril will prove unsettling and/or suspenseful to younger viewers, such as children.


Crap and blast are used infrequently.

In the episode "Rookies" one character says "What the hell was that!?" Later in the same episode, after two clone characters shoot down the same droid, one insists that he was the one who made the killing shot, to which the other responds, "Like hell you did."

In the episode "Liberty on Ryloth" one character says "It looks like it must have been a hell of a fight."


Occassional smoking and drinking.

In the episode "Lethal Trackdown" there is a scene at a bar. They are said to be drunk.

[The Complete Season One]

The overarching story of the 22-episode-long Season One (2008-2009) of Star Wars: The Clone Wars is about the Jedis fight against the New Droid Army of the Separatists. Jedi Masters Yoda, Mace Windu, and Obi-Wan Kenobi lead the young Anakin Skywalker, other Jedi Knights and the Grand Army of the Republic in this epic battle to restore peace in the fictional Star Wars galaxy. Many adventures in this series also feature Anakins mentoring of a young feisty alien girl, Ahsoka Tano. Through leading his Padawan or Jedi apprentice, the impetuous Anakin learns to foster a more paternal and cautious attitude in missions.

Each episode is preceded by a key moral lesson [e.g. Episode 1: Great leaders inspire greatness in others , Episode 7: You hold onto friends by keeping your heart a little softer than your head, Episode 15: Arrogance diminishes wisdom, Episode 20: The costs of war can never be truly accounted for, etc.], however, these moral lessons can be easily lost given that battle-actions take center-stage in every episode.

Parents may wish to note that if episodes are watched in succession, the impact of overall intensity accumulated from the violence portrayed will be increased.

[The Complete Season Two]

In the 22-episode-long Season Two of 'Star Wars: The Clone Wars', Cad Bane returns for more mischief and mayhem; bringing his impressive arsenal to bear on the very heart of the Republic. He is given the task of infiltrating the Jedi Temple and stealing a valuable Holocron, an ancient memory storage device. When Ashoka serves her punishment as Jedi Archive guard duty, she gets in Bane's way. Bane's presence has also allowed the Clone Wars team to recapture their love of the original films. Following the classic Star Wars trajectory established by the original trilogy, Season Two deepens the story of the conflict itself, exploring unseen aspects of the war. Season Two also peels back layers to reveal complexities and intensity only glimpsed at in the previous season. Bane and his cadre of bounty hunters are on-hand to turn up the action.

Each episode is this season is also preceded by moral lessons such as "Searching for the truth is easy; accepting the truth is hard" (Episode 15). However, these lessons can be easily lost given that battle actions are the focus of every episode. Parents might want to note that the scenes can be more impactful if the episodes are watched in succession.

[The Complete Season Three]

'Star Wars: The Clone Wars [The Complete Season Three]'

When compared to previous seasons, Season Three is darker in its presentation and thematic elements.

For example, the entirety of Episode 13, 'Monster' focuses on the torturous process of selecting the strongest assassin for an evil lord; hence implying that each candidate had to come to a fatal end before a victor could emerge. In the final test, after a black magic spell has been cast on the appointed assassin, he is made to kill his own kin. He is seen lifting the helpless man in the air and strangling him. The victim's death is suggested by the snapping sound of a bone.

In another episode, 'Altar of Mortis', an evil son who is consumed by his greed for power is willing to go as far as to kill his own father to get what he wants. Although he does fails in his first attempt, the following episode, 'Ghosts of Mortis', depicts him accidentally stabbing his sister while aiming for his father. Furthermore, he then shows no remorse and his father eventually sacrifices his own life to deter his son from doing any further evil.

The above episodes which contain sinister elements will prove unsettling to younger viewers, and parental guidance is strongly recommended.

Australia:PG / Germany:12 / Russia:12+ / Russia:0+ (DVD rating) / Singapore:PG (season 1) (season 2) (season 4) / Singapore:PG13 (season 3) / South Korea:12 / UK:PG / USA:TV-PG (V)

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