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Parents Guide for
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Frequent references to sexuality and pornography, typically involving Tracy and Frank.

Season two, episode 15 ("Cooter"): a sub-plot of Tracy creating a pornographic video game, which is never shown (though we do see some characters recording sexual dialogue for it).

Tracy avidly visits strip clubs, where we see scantily clad women, though no actual nudity.

Jenna typically uses her sexuality to her benefit, and she eventually acquires a boyfriend who dresses up as her.

Liz's sex life (or lack thereof) is discussed from time to time. Season five, episode five ("Reaganing"): she describes an incident where she was caught with a poster of a man on top of her and her panties around her ankles, which has led her to be scared of sex.

Season five, episode 23 ("Respawn"): a magazine picture of a woman holding a leash that a man is connected to. Not explicit, but BDSM is implied. This same couple briefly makes out later in the episode.

Season seven, episode four ("Unwindulax"): a woman briefly flashes, but her chest is blurred out.

Frequent comical violence with very few people actually injured.

In one episode, a minor character is shot and we see a stain of blood spreading on his abdomen (played for laughs).

Frequent use of "damn", "hell", "ass", "bitch", etc. "Whore" and "slut" are sometimes said.

Some double entendres and innuendos.

Occasional jokes and discussions involving drugs, though none are seen in use.

Jack typically has some sort of alcoholic drink with him. Frequently we see people having alcoholic drinks at dinners, and there are a few depictions of drunk behavior.

One episode revolves around many people becoming dangerously high due to a gas leak.

Australia:M (some episodes) / Australia:PG (some episodes) / Finland:S / Finland:K-13 (season 2) (DVD release) / Portugal:12AP / Singapore:PG13 (edited TV version) (some episodes) / Singapore:NC-16 (season 1) (season 2) / Singapore:PG (season 3) / Singapore:PG13 (some episodes) / USA:TV-14

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