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Anytime nudity is in a film it is censored. Sex is shown as long as no nudity is.

The critic makes many sexual jokes.

The critic will call people pervs if they talk about 'balls'

The critic reviews Milk Money, a kids film about a group of boys wanting to see a woman in full nudity.

In his review of "The Last Airbender" the critic calls the Princess' hair phallic and uses a joke that says "Hey what does she use for a headband, a censor bar?"


All comedic of course but the show involves critic blowing the heads off characters he doesn't like and getting killed himself.

In the "Battlefield Earth" episode, he bashes a hammer on his head in pain during his mental breakdown. However, it's not shown and is done for comedic purposes.

In one episode the critic talks about the ways he was prevented from committing suicide.

In some episodes (Home Alone 3, Mr Nanny) he comments on scenes being exceedingly violent, especially for kids movies.

The critic's anger causes a building to blow up in the Quest for Camelot episode.


Strong, but needs some getting used to.

The curse words that the critic uses the most are, Shit, Fuck, Ass, Damn, Dick, Pussy etc.

The critic is very creative with his cursing; a character is named Douchey McNitpick (who appears in the Fuckups episodes no less) A one time character (who appears only in his Sonic review) is named Fuckup McDumbass. He also describes Ninja Turtles 3 as "horribafuckus"

He also comments on language being too harsh for PG-rated movies (Warriors of Virtue, Richie Rich). Also in his Doug's First Movie review, he asks why "funkytown" sounds like "fuckytown".

He makes a guy call his sister a twat in one episode. "The WORST Christmas Special Ever".


The critic smokes bongs for comedic purposes and in the Mario episode talks about pot land

He plays the Stephen King drinking game in his It review.

He has a top 10 drug psa episode.

He yells "You are on meth" in the Doug's First Movie review.

He also referred to We're Back as "Land Before Time on crystal meth".

He and his young self boos the screen during the scene in "Scooby-Doo" when they're roasting burgers but it looks like bong smoke.

In that same review, he says "Dude you should totally meet Mary Jane's sister!...POT!"

In the review for "Reefer Madness", Chester A. Bum makes a cameo and proclaims that due to the effect the film had on him he has quit marijuana and instead will be switching to crack and holds up a ziploc back filled with a white substance. He then sticks his face in the bag and inhales loudly.


The garbage pail kids in his garbage pail kids review could give adults nightmares.

The Bat Credit Card, seen in Batman & Robin review may upset certain viewers.

Arnold Baby in his junior review.

In some episodes, there is a gag called "Scary Slo Mo" where an already unsettling part is slowed down.

He reviews many weird & outrageous things that can be very weird, or even a little tense at times.

Dark humor is used throughout the show as well as jokes at others' expense. All comedic but may turn some off.

Overall the series is not very intense at all. The violence is cartoonish, and it really is just a wacky humor show with very occasional drama (but even this is most of the time in a comedic context).


Australia:M (some episodes) / Australia:MA15+ (some episodes) / Canada:14A / Canada:13+ (Quebec) / USA:TV-14 (some episodes) / USA:TV-MA (some episodes)

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