"The Penguins of Madagascar"
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No sex or human nudity in the show. The characters are animals and of course they don't wear any clothes.

Some mild flirting between characters in several episodes. All of it is in humorous way.

A lemur character makes some light sexual hints, but it isn't vulgar or obscene at all.

In one episode a character speculates that "girls" are needed for breeding.

In one episode a female character says that she was in a lot of failed relationships.

A lemur character seems to be bisexual as he flirts with other males.

A lot of non-bloody violence in every episode.

Lots of explosions, crashes and falls. All is played mainly for laughs.

In one episode characters confuses juice with blood.

No vulgarisms in show. Some crude expressions, especially used by lemur character.

A word "doody" is used once.

A words like "idiot" or "moron" are sometimes used, but never intensively.

In one of episodes a mute monkey character says something really vulgar in sign language, but only his fellow understands it.

A beer is mentioned once.

In one episode, character comprehend "leaves" as marijuana. It isn't said aloud and young children won't understand it.

An elephant character is shown addicted to peanuts. In other episode an otter character is shown addicted to sugar cotton. In both cases it's in humorous way.

In one of episodes main characters create a very tasty meal, and one of them falls into the addiction of it.

There are no really frightening scenes. Every violence, monsters, disasters etc. are showed in funny and humorous way.

There are some quite moving scenes in several episodes, but they won't make viewers cry.

Australia:G (some episodes) / Australia:PG (some episodes) / Netherlands:6 (2010) (DVD) / Russia:6+ / Russia:12+ (TV self-rating) (syndication airings) / Singapore:G / Spain:T / Spain:7 (Catalonia) (old rating) / USA:TV-Y7

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