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Use of moderate-level sexual innuendos.

Female characters are sometimes drawn with exaggerated breasts or in skimpy outfits, usually if they are parodies of existing celebrities with similar looks.

Magazine covers in the opening have "The Mad Strip Club" and "Gay Cowboys", but only appear for a split second.

Topless men can be seen more than once.


Graphic physical cartoon violence (people splitted in half, in pieces, amputation of arms, etc.). Mild blood and gore. Some of the "Spy vs. Spy" sketches contain violent deaths. Strong use of gross-out humor.

In a sketch for the episode S01E02, a child wants to burst a grain and it explodes and some organs and liquid flood the bathroom.

In a sketch for the episode S02E14, an operation is perfomed, and a hole in the body and some vertebres are seen, as well as some blood and a realistic alive heart.

In a sketch for the episode S02E20, a man is triturated alive.

Episodes can contain extreme gross-out use of vomiting such as people vomiting in people's mouths and ears. The episode with most gross-out content is the episode S04E22 in the "Worst Show Ever" sketch.


Mild language (some uses of "crap", "hot" or "jerk"). Some sketches have censored or implied profanity.


References to alcohol and smoking, with one drug reference in the form of a double entendre.


The sadistic violent situations and frequent gross-out scenes may disturb or turn-off some.


Suggested rating: TV-PG-SV generally.

Suggested age: 12+ for crude humor, mild language and disturbing material.

Argentina:13 / Australia:M / Brazil:10 / Canada:C8 / Mexico:AA (All public) (cut) / Russia:16+ / USA:TV-PG / USA:TV-PG (L) (2 episodes) (re-rating) / USA:TV-PG (V) (some episodes) / USA:TV-PG (V) (some episodes) (re-rating) / USA:TV-14 (VOD rating)

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