Parents Guide for
"Doctor Who" The Parting of the Ways (2005)

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Captain Jack, established as a pansexual character who finds both Rose and the Doctor attractive, kisses them both goodbye on the lips. The kisses are brief with equal weight given to both Rose and the Doctor, and are performed in a matter of fact way without innuendo or humor.

The Doctor kisses Rose to save her life.

The Daleks exterminate to kill. When someone is exterminated, their body temporarily becomes a translucent green with a black skeleton visible, accompanied with a muffled shout.

It is strongly implied that many people on Satellite 5 die, though no bodies are seen.

The "h" word is used twice.

The Ninth Doctor's regeneration may upset younger viewers unfamiliar with the concept, but after that, it lightens up.


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