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There is some sexual innuendo, one episode make reference to sex inside the prison systems. A couple begins to have sex; they rip off each others' clothes, but the scene ends before there's any nudityintercourse.

Gore is at a minimum, most deaths on the show or either of screen or quick. some deaths or violent, and may upset kids younger then 13. Gore is also low, but a few of the dead bodies are covered in blood, and one headshot in the show is seen.

The strongest words are "s*it" and "b*tch", which are each said, on average, 5 times per episode. Religious exclamations like "Jesus" and "Christ" are said with the same frequency. Milder profanities like "hell", "damn", and "ass" are used more often. The F-word is used in one episode but it's censored/bleeped, apparently for comic effect.

There is drinking and smoking, and drugs are referenced often. Nobody on the show drinks alot, and at most is seen with a beer, or taking one or two shots of vodka, but are never drunk. There is more smoking, but not illegal substances.


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