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Sex & Nudity

  • In Season 4 Episode 3, "Luck Be a Lady", the willian's outfit is significantly seductive.
  • Some couples can be seen in their underwear and making out.
  • Show has no problem. Kids, as well as everyone, can watch it
  • A woman tells a man that he has been "naughty" and that he should "jingle her bells".
  • We sometimes see couples lying in bed together. Nothing graphic or explicit.
  • A woman makes a joke to her father about "expanding the family". We later find out that she meant a puppy.
  • A man makes a remark to the father of his girlfriend that they hadn't had sex in two weeks.
  • A man explains human knowledge and a girls says "Does that mean twerking?"
  • The Worst Stuff In The Show Might Be Some Noticeable Innuendo But Nothing Explicit Of Any Kind.
  • There are several gay characters within the show.
  • In the first Flash and Arrow crossover, a woman and a man are seen making out on a sofa. No nudity involved.

Violence & Gore

  • Throughout the series people have been shot or stabbed with small blood sprays.
  • A man's heart explodes after being stabbed by the Reverse-Flash. We see blood pooling from the wound.
  • Violence throughout is common, though not gory and actual blood is very rare. Some people are wounded (occasionally killed) due to powers of meta-humans. The Flash's first encounter with Zoom is violent, though most of the injuries inflicted are implied rather than seen. The only blood shown is on Barry's face.

Profanity

  • Mild to moderate language including ass, crap, damn, hell, bitch, bastard, piss and dick.
  • Frickin' Was Used In a Crossover Event Between Flash and Arrow

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • Occasional drinking throughout.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • A lot of scene's containing Zoom can be quite uptight and intense.
  • The last episodes of season 3 are very dark and depressing
  • Many scenes containing DeVoe switching bodies can be disturbing to watch.

Spoilers

The Parents Guide items below may give away important plot points.

Sex & Nudity

  • Barry falls in love with his foster step-sister.

Violence & Gore

  • At the end of season one, a man is shot. Blood spreads across his stomach and his white shirt. Not that bad.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • A drug called Velocity is featured in season 2. It temporarily can give someone speed but we later find out that it is very dangerous.
  • 4/5 fictional speed drugs starting with velocity. Velocity-6, Velocity-7, Velocity-8, Velocity-9. Velocity-10 was theorized but quickly dismissed.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • The final episode of season 3 is very intense
  • The focus of season 3 is about the Flash trying to save Iris West from dying after being sent into the future. At the end of the season, we see Iris die by being stabbed in the back by Savitar (no blood is shown). We come to find out in the next episode that it was actually H.R. who was killed. It is a very emotional scene that may upset younger viewers.
  • S1 Ep 23 - Eddie sacrifices himself in order to stop Reverse-Flash. This scene can be very emotional to some viewers.
  • S1 ep 23 - Barry goes back in time in an attempt to save his mother. This scene is very emotional and seeing Barry's mom death is one of the saddest parts of the show.
  • S2 Ep 22 - End of the episode Zoom kills Henry Allen. This scene is not easy to watch and may be very upsetting to many viewers.

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