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Kim kissed Milton.

Jack and Kim almost Kissed but stopped when someone said "Cut! I cut my leg and it really Hurts." (they almost kissed 2 times in the same episode)

Jack and Kim kissed twice.

Both Jack and Jerry took their shirts off on camera at some point, though not in the same episode.

Jock straps are mention frequently.


There are lots of martial arts fight scenes in different episodes. However, characters are usually shown to be unhurt after a fight scene, or at least have minor injuries but there is usually no blood, only bruises.. Many scenes of martial arts fighting and attacks filled with punches and kicks. Some are brief and mild and only last up to a minute, but others may seem brutal, frightening and intense to young viewers. They last several minutes and these fights are aggressive. None contain any blood and/or excessively graphic blows. The villains are brutally hit and beaten up (inappropriate for children to watch) but there is no blood.


Some basic bad words but no swear words. Name-calling (jerk, poser, skate rat, stupid, filthy creatures, sudsy, loser) and some Name-calling (short, jock, dirty rat, stupid, jerk, low-life, rat face, suckers, loser.)


There is no alcohol, drugs, or smoking shown throughout the show.


Some karate fight scenes and battle scenes between the heroes and villains may be slightly intense for young children. They can sometimes be really tension-filled and intense, especially to young viewers and slightly upsetting.

All of the villains and antagonists in this series are very mean, treacherous, deceptive and manipulating, and are malicious at heart who will stop at nothing to get what they want especially if it comes to harming the protagonists and are never on speaking terms, that is, unwilling to negotiate and talk things out with the protagonists. Sometimes they go so far as to killing the protagonists. They are also very cruel and butchers, liars and cheaters. The sabotage and ambush attempts they plot can be frightening and intense to youngsters. Some young viewers under 10 may be afraid of their bad character.

SUGGESTED RATING - PG Appropriate for 9+

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