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Frequent moderate sex jokes.

There is an episode where The Boss has new 'sex pants' which are electric and they vibrate. When they aren't working he goes to Moss, pulls his trousers down in front of him and tells him to fix it. A visitor soon walks in and from behind it looks like they're having oral sex. Later, the man tells her to "f*** off!!!"

At a dinner party in one episode, Richmond meets a girl and goes upstairs with her. From downstairs, they hear moaning referring to sex.

The Boss tells Jen dirty jokes like "Do you want to ride my helicopter?" referring to his penis and has paintings of women in bikinis in his office.

Comic violence including falling off your chair, shoes being thrown at you and the occasional comic fight scenes may contain bleeding noses.

A man commits suicide by falling out of a window.

Frequent uses of 's***' and 'bastard.'

The F-word is used occasionally it has only been used in three episodes.

Series 1, Episode 2: You f***ed up.

Series 3, Episode 2: Where's my f***ing money? For f***'s sake. F*** off, Harry.

Series 3, Episode 3: F*** off!!!

In a couple of episodes, Jen talks about her addiction to cigarettes.

Douglas is seen drinking alcohol a lot.

There is a comical jump scare in the episode 'The Red Door,' where Jen opens the door and Richmond suddenly looks at her in a spooky way but is meant for laughs.

The episode where everyone thinks Jen is dead, Jen is staring out of somebody's window and the man starts screaming. This scene is also meant for laughs.

In series 1, episode 2, Jen puts on shoes that are too tight for her; as a result, when she takes them off, her toes are completely twisted; the damage is shown in detail and the image may be found to be very, very distressing and disgusting to some more sensitive people.

Australia:M / Finland:K-12 / Germany:12 / Hungary:12 / Ireland:12 (most episodes) / Ireland:15 (some episodes) / Ireland:PG (some episodes) / Portugal:M/12 / Russia:16+ / Singapore:NC16 / South Korea:15 / UK:12 (most episodes) / UK:15 (one episode) / UK:PG (some episodes) / USA:TV-14

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