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Lots of mild and sometimes crude sexual humor.

Scenes of (planned) car crashes - no injuries.

James May's death is implied (although obviously not true) in one episode.

Rarely, blood is seen, such as in the Middle-East special, where May hits his head on a rock.

In one episode, an Albanian was killed (obviously not true)

In another, a dead cow was on the roof of one's car. Later, it was shown bare-fleshed.

In Season 9, episode 1, a violent car crash that nearly killed one of the presenters is shown, however this episode is never shown on TV at the request of the presenter.

Hell, damn, arse, bastard, cock etc. Shit is used rarely. Anything stronger than the aforementioned words is bleeped.

Drugs may be mentioned, rarely.

Viagra is used by all three of them in the Bolivia special.

The presenters occasionally promote smoking. 2 of the presenters have since claimed to stop smoking.

During a Christmas themed 'news' segment the presenters use Posche themed pipes.

Infrequent tense scenes.

This show has a very comedic tone.

Occasionally presenters are badly hurt.

Australia:PG (most episodes) / Australia:M (season 18 and 19) / Canada:PG (Manitoba/Nova Scotia) / Canada:14A (Ontario) (some episodes) / Canada:G (Quebec) / Germany:6 (some episodes) / Germany:12 (some episodes) / Ireland:PG (some episodes) / Ireland:12 (some episodes) / Netherlands:AL / Netherlands:6 (season 15) / UK:15 (season 22) / UK:U (some episodes) / UK:PG (some episodes) / UK:12 (some episodes) / USA:TV-PG

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