"Doctor Who: A Good Man Goes to War (#6.7)"
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Parents Guide for
"Doctor Who" A Good Man Goes to War (2011)

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Sex & Nudity

It is inferred that River jokes about having a threesome with two Doctors.

There is a lesbian relationship between a human being and a Silurian. There is also a subtle oral sex reference involving them.

The Doctor discusses with two other characters when Rory may have impregnated Amy when questions arise regarding the baby's DNA. In the discussion they never say sex directly, however most children could pick up what they are talking about. It is also a key to the plot.

There are two openly gay marines who are married.

Violence & Gore

A reasonably violent episode in terms of Who.

The Doctor blows up a bunch of Cyber ships. We see the explosions through a window.

We hear someone having his head chopped off.

An alien tells a child he hopes one day to kill him in battle, and then turns to his father and says something of similar meaning. Meant for comedic effect though.

It is inferred a Silurian ate Jack the Ripper. Again for comedic effect.

A woman dies in battle, she tells the Doctor she has met him before as a girl. Then she dies. It is very sad.

It turns out Amy's baby is a ganger and it melts in her hands.

A soldier shoots a hooded figure.

A soldier pulls the cloak off a line of hooded figures called the headless monks. None of them have any heads and where their heads should be is a knot of flesh. Very frightening.

A Silurian and a human being threaten to kill two soldiers but instead just knock them out.

A line of soldiers are walked out at gun point.

The Doctor gets angry and humiliates one of the soldiers and potentially ruins his life.

Amy points a gun at River.

Some intense battle scene that involve shooting.

A brief torture scene. Quite disturbing.

Profanity

A few occurrences of the "h" word, some uttered by the Doctor.

A reasonably frightening episode. Not like Blink though.

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