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(2010–2011)

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Sex & Nudity

  • In the pilot a teen girl speaks disparagingly about her own virginity. Two teens are said to be engaging in sexual intercourse (not depicted).
  • In at least one of the episodes, a married man and woman are shown in bed together and discuss having just had sex; the man is shown shirtless. This couple and at least two others kiss throughout the series. An unmarried man and woman are shown in bed together as well.

Violence & Gore

  • Lots of comic book-like violence throughout the 20 episodes; some of it involving unusual deaths.

Profanity

  • In the pilot: "God" is misused 6 times, there are 2 instances of "hell," 1 of "crap," 1 of "a**," and 1 of "bitch." That's pretty representative of the cursing and crass language found in most episodes, although not a complete list (e.g., "damn," "piss," and other words are also used).

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • A boy is wrongly accused of doing drugs in one episode. Someone is forced to take an overdose of prescription medicine.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • People get chased, injured, and killed--no gore, but some of the peril might scare children under 10, and even be a little intense for slightly older ones.

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Sex & Nudity

  • With echoes of the pilot, a woman several times discusses her virginity, and--despite never having been married--seems to think her lack of experience is a liability; this despite the fact that she at one point in her life made a concerted effort to save sex for later--perhaps for marriage. Unlike her, though, her boyfriend shows by his actions that he regards it is something special: something not to be treated lightly.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • In the pilot someone hits his head and dies...in a plane crash.

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