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1x01 ("The Inn at Whitewell"): A man asks another man why people would videotape themselves having sex. No nudity.

1x02 ("Lenclume"): A woman leaves a man's room in the morning; it is implied they've had sex, but nothing is shown. A man asks another man if he "cemented Anglo-Polish relations," implying the action of spending the night with a woman. A man jokes to his wife that he's not wearing pajama bottoms (nothing is shown) and asks if she's interested in phone sex (nothing is actually said).

1x01 ("The Inn at Whitewell"): Impressions and quotations of actors and films that include the f-word.

1x02 ("Lenclume"): A woman uses religious profanity.

1x01 ("The Inn at Whitewell"): No drugs, alcohol only in the context of dinner.

1x02 ("Lenclume"): No drugs, alcohol only in the context of dinner.

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