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Parents Guide for
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Season 1

Sex scene in episode 5: the man and the woman have sex in a bed.

Season 2

No on-screen sexual activity.

Season 3

Sex scene in episode 1: the man and the woman have sex in a bed.

Sex scene in episode 6: the woman does blowjob to the man.

Sex scene in episode 10: the man and the woman have sex in a bed.

Nudity in episode 10: male buttocks are shown.

Season 4

Nudity in episode 1: female buttocks and breasts (except nipples) are shown.

Sex scene in episode 7: several men and women have sex in rooms.

Season 5

Nudity in episode 1: female buttocks are shown.

Nudity in episode 2: female breasts (except nipples) are shown.

Sex scene in episode 4: the man and the woman have sex in a bed.

Season 6

No on-screen sexual activity.

Season 1

A brief moment in the finale where a man is shot in the head, some blood sprays on a window behind him.

Season 2

A moment where a man is shot in the face with a shotgun (we see an exit wound).

Season 4

A moment where a man's leg is amputated (off screen). However, we do see the stump later, as characters hoist it up and prod it while deliberating how to stop the bleeding. (One threatens to cauterize it with a blowtorch, but is stopped before this transpires.) One episode sports a brawl where a few characters are bludgeoned to death (out of frame). A fistfight transpires, ending with a character stabbed in the leg through a major artery--blood.

Season 5

A moment where a man is chopped up off-screen with a chainsaw. Nothing is seen. Another man is blown up quite suddenly by a hidden explosive, the wound is too charred to see much detail, and the rest of his body remains intact (but quite dead).

Season 6

Two more characters blown up (obscured by sparks and flames, in the aftermath some blood and apparent chunks of flesh). A character is shot in a fight--we see afterward that the bullet went through their eye.

"Goddamn" used about every other sentence. "Shit" and "asshole" used infrequently. The word "fag"/"faggot" has been used as an insult.

Casual drinking and occasional smoking occurs in the series. Major characters take to selling drugs --Oxycontin (referred to as "hillbilly heroin"). Some characters implied use drugs casually.

There are scenes of drug use in Season 4, most of which consist of characters snorting powdery substances. The film on the whole, does not glamourize or encourage drug use.

A more well-presented character from Season 5 and a villain from Season 6 (who is portrayed as a very competent tycoon) engage in casual marijuana use. A young teenage girl is shown to be an expert in growing marijuana - mentioned on occasion throughout the series.

The series is quite accessible to a wide audience, even somewhat comical at times.



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