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"Breaking Bad: Más (#3.5)"
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Parents Guide for
"Breaking Bad" Más (2010)

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The episode begins with a prolonged scene where a group of young men go to a strip club. The scene ends approximately three minutes in and shows several women in G-strings. Most are topless, some wearing "pasties" and some not.

Two scenes show men shirtless as they take showers.

One scene shows a man looking into an RV. Inside he sees a man wearing underwear and a woman wearing a bra and underwear.

Moderate language.

Crystal meth is discussed frequently but never shown.

The rest of the episode is mostly tame, but the strip room scene at the very beginning of the episode is one of the most sexually explicit of the entire series.

Recommended for 15-16 and up.

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