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Parents Guide for
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Sex is a main topic, discussed in almost every episode. A character is shown in a car, oral sex is implied. The word 'slut' and 'whore' is used many times. Two characters are seen in their bras whilst changing. Characters make out, and sex is implied. Masturbation is mentioned in a joking manner. Two characters discuss sex, but do not engage in it. Parents are found in a car, sex is implied. A nude model is shown, his genitals are hidden by strategic furniture placement. A student accuses a teacher of sexual harrasment. A character manipulates a girl into sex. A character tries to pressure another character into sex. A character has a sexual dream about another student. Two characters repeatedly have (implied) sex, and it is often spoken of. Cheating amongst characters occurs often. An intense scene occurs in the last episode of season two. A teacher rapes a student, nothing is shown but the student resisting. Teen pregnancy is a major part of the first season. A main character is pregnant, and gives the baby up for adoption.

Note: there is no actual nudity or even simulated sex, it is mainly heavily suggested.

A character gets into a fight with another character. Several characters punch one another, some blood is shown. A character is threatened with a knife. Several characters get into car accidents, one death occurs. A character attempts suicide, but lives. He is shown with several cuts and bandages in the hospital. A teacher slaps a student, and rapes her. A character is shot in her stomach.

"Ass" and "Bitch" is used frequently. "Hell" and "Crap" is used. Songs filled with cuss words are occasionally played.

A main character struggles with a drug addiction. A cop poses as a high school student and we see a few drug dealers. A high school student deals drugs. A character is shown snorting drugs. Drug use is implied with a main character. A character relapses. A teacher struggles with a drug addiction. Several characters try drugs. Marijuana is used by a few characters. Parents accidentally get high off of a pot brownie they weren't aware contained drugs. A character uses medical marijuana. Several types of drugs are discussed.

A character attempts suicide. A character overdoses, her shirt is ripped open and a needle is put into her chest. Ambulance rides and hospital visits are shown. A character's estranged mother has breast cancer, she is shown without a wig occasionally. The last episode of season two shows a rape. A teenage student struggles, and is slapped by her teacher. The rape is implied, and flashbacks are shown throughout the next season. A teacher holds two students hostage with a knife. Car accidents are shown. A young character has cancer and passes away. A character is shot. A character hits a homeless man by accident with their car. A character has several bi-polar episodes. A character attacks a teacher and throws a glass bottle at them. A character runs away from home. An earthquake occurs and a character dies. A character stalks another character. A character tries to harm another character. A character discusses self-harm. A character has a miscarriage. A character has flashbacks of her rape.

Australia:M / Brazil:14 (season 1) / Brazil:16 (season 2) / Canada:PG (Manitoba/Ontario) (DVD rating) / Canada:14A (Nova Scotia) (DVD rating) / Canada:G (Quebec) / Germany:12 / Netherlands:6 / Netherlands:12 (seasons 3 and 4) / New Zealand:M / UK:15 / USA:TV-14

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