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Dr. Julia Harris, D.D.S. (Jennifer Aniston) constantly sexually harasses Dale Arbus (Charlie Day). In one scene in her office, she is wearing only her white lab coat and white panties. There are scenes of her cleavage, though no actual nudity.

Throughout some other sexual references, however the references are not that bad. Though played for laughs

A man has a daydream about grabbing his boss, and dragging him through an office building and throwing him out a window. He smashes into a car, dies on impact, and everyone in the building congratulates him. Not graphic. Funny

Lots of blasphemy, and between 80-90 uses of the 'f' word. Other profanity is used a lot as well, such as 'shit' and 'damn'. There is crass language such as "ass". Sexual slang such as "dick" and "pussy" are occasional


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Rated R for crude and sexual content, pervasive language and some drug material
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