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Women on a cruise ship wear skimpy bikinis.

Elsewhere we see very low-cut dresses and other revealing tops.

A woman at a New Year's Eve party reports, "I'm not wearing any underwear."

Another woman announces that she works at Hooters, as she grabs her clothed chest.

Jill makes comments about two "hookers" at a party. And at Felipe's picnic, she dances and shakes her clothed breasts.

An old man in the crowd grabs her backside.

Another guy manages to look up her skirt, reporting to his friend, "It's not a guy."

When thinking about a good user name for a dating site, Jill says, "How about Manilow? 'Cause he can use me anytime." Later, after Jill fails to receive any responses on the site,

Jack secretly posts a sexual innuendo-laden ad on Craigslist to stir up lots of responses for her. But Jill balks at Jack's suggestion that she date Al Pacino, saying, "All he wants to do is play Twister with your sister!"

Pacino smirks over the phone, "I can smell horny across an ocean!"

In desperation, Jack scrambles into a public bathroom and dresses up as his sister to have a date with Pacino. He fills her bra with two cantaloupes, and when he steps out of the stall, the bathroom attendant motions him over and adjusts his melons so they look right.

Later, Jill is standing in the hallway and the bathroom attendant spots her and mistakenly gives her another adjustment.

Jill immediately punches the attendant back through the bathroom door.

An inebriated Jack punches Pacino in the face, and Pacino returns the favor, breaking a chair across Jack's back.

A drunken woman puts Erin in a headlock and starts swinging her around.

Jill steps in, throwing the woman into a wall and punching her in the face.

While staying with Jack's family, Jill wants to go with them to a number of fun activitiesand the results are almost always disastrous.

When the kids ride on ponies, Jill insists that she's not too heavy to join them and crushes the pony flat.

Then they visit The Price Is Right and Jill knocks herself out with the big prize wheel. She rides the family's Sea-Doo in the pool and flies up out of the water, crashing down on the lawn furniture.

At Thanksgiving dinner, talk turns to the sometimes physical connection between twins.

Jill starts slapping herself in the face to see if Jack can feel it. He says he can't, so Gary slugs her on the jaw and knocks her backward off her chair. "Did you feel that, Daddy?" the kid gleefully asks.

At the picnic, Felipe's bug-eyed grandma gets pummeled repeatedly as Jill's shoe flies off and conks her, and a swinging broom handle knocks her out cold.

Two uses of hell and God's name is inappropriately interjected more than a dozen times.

Name-calling includes freak, weirdo, psycho, annoying, loser, stupid and rat face.

People (and the cockatoo) are seen drinking bottled beer, mixed drinks and/or Jack Daniel's on a cruise ship.

Wine and spirits show up at a party and several dinners.

Jack (pretending to be Jill) slugs back quite a lot of the hard stuff on his "date" with Al.

Recommended age: 10+

If movies had ESRB ratings: E10+ for Crude Humor, Mild Language, Mild Violence, Suggestive Themes, Use of Alcohol

Rated PG for crude material including suggestive references, language and comic violence

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