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"The Simpsons" Love, Springfieldian Style (2008)

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Contains some oblique references (in the first segment, Marge's sex drive is driven by death, violence and burglary). Later in the episode, Marge, depicted as a dog, tells Homer that she's in heat.

Some unrealistic gun violence (i.e. in the first segment, Homer and Marge are shot repeatedly, however they don't appear to have suffered from any serious injuries). Contains some mild cartoon violence throughout.

One use of 'bitch' Eight uses of 'bollocks'

In the Sex Pistols parody, the character use hard drugs however the drugs are replaced by chocolate Example: chocolate powder is divided into lines (representing cocaine) they characters have straws but do not use them to snort it, instead eating the chocolate. The same thing is done for some other hard drugs. The characters become addicted to chocolate and get high of it.


Certification:
Argentina:Atp / USA:TV-PG (1997-Present)

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