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"Rescue Me" Guts (2004)

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Sex & Nudity

A man has pictures of naked women taped to the inside of his locker.

A man tells another man that he will get back at his commanding officer by telling a shrink that he was touched by his commanding officer in the shower.

A man remarks about a woman's butt as he drives by her while she walks down the street.

A woman tells a man that his daughter "snuck a boy into her room".

A man and a woman kiss.

A man tells another man to "blow him".

Three reference to oral sex.

One reference to breasts.

A married man tells another man that he had sex with another woman three times and says "on a scale of 1-10, she was a 25".

A man and a woman kiss.

A naked man high on cocaine attacks two firefighters who attempt to rescue him from a burning building.

Violence & Gore

One man mentions that he personally knew sixty of the three hundred and forty-three New York City firefighters that died on 9/11.

One man mentions that four firefighters he knew that were killed on 9/11 worked at his firehouse.

One man mentions that the body of a dead firefighter was found "almost whole" after 9/11.

One man mentions that only the head of a dead firefighter was found after 9/11.

One man mentions that only the finger of his cousin, another a dead firefighter, was found after 9/11.

A man talks about setting football players' houses on fire.

A firefighter pulls two injured people out of a burning apartment.

A naked man high on cocaine attacks two firefighters with a baseball bat who are trying to rescue him in a burning building. One firefighter subdues the man with a baseball bat he finds.

A girl falls from a window, but it turns out to be a doll.

A man talks about how he rescued an injured little girl and her pet kitten from the 6th floor of a burning building, and how the kitten survived but the girl didn't.

A man talks about how he rescued a 10-year-old boy from a burning building and how he was injured so severely that all his skin was burned off "like wrapping paper off of a Christmas present" and he died a few months later in a hospital burn center.

A man punches a punching bag to get his aggression out.

Profanity

The pilot episode of Rescue Me, like all of the episodes that follow, is laden with profanity and ethnic, racial, or sexual slurs.

15 uses of "ass".

13 uses of "shit".

11 uses of "asshole".

9 uses of "piss".

9 uses of "goddamn".

6 uses of "Jesus".

4 uses of "pussy".

4 uses of "Jesus Christ".

3 uses of "bullshit".

2 uses of "Christ".

2 uses of "damn".

2 uses of "prick".

1 use of "bastard".

1 use of "shithead".

1 use of "son of a bitch".

1 use of "hell".

1 use of "faggot".

5 references to "balls".

1 reference to "tits".

A man tells a group of men that "my balls are bigger than two of your heads, duck-taped together", saying that he is braver than all of them.

Many ethnic and racial slurs towards the Irish, Italians, Jewish, and Puerto Ricans.

A man gives a group of men the middle finger.

A man calls another man a retard.

A man is a recovering alcoholic who suffers from PTSD and survivor's guilt after witnessing the tragedies and the deaths of many other fellow firefighters during the September 11, 2001 World Trade Center terror attack.

A man talks about how he sees guys he went to high school with sitting on the corner, "high, having a great time".

A man drinks whiskey.

A man drinks alcohol from a flask.

A naked man in a burning building is high on cocaine.

Several men smoke cigarettes.

Two men smoke cigars.

A man drinks from a bottle of whiskey.

This episode, as is the remainder of the series, is very intense and graphic. The show is very adult-oriented and not recommended for anyone under the age of 18.

A man is a recovering alcoholic and suffers from PTSD and survivor's guilt after witnessing the tragedies and the deaths of many other fellow firefighters during the September 11, 2001 World Trade Center terror attack. As a result, he sees visions, ghosts, and is a tortured soul.

A man talks to the ghost of his dead cousin, a firefighter who died on 9/11, twice throughout the episode.

The head of a dead firefighter talks to a man from the inside of his locker.

A man has a vision of 9/11 after the World Trade Center collapse, and finds a buried firefighter in the rubble, who ultimately dies.

There is a fire scene that takes place in a crowded tenement apartment building that can be intense and suspenseful.

A man dumps the body and charred paws of a dead dog into a bag.

18+

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