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(2017– )

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Sex & Nudity

  • It's just about kids that hit puberty
  • Some teens kiss throughout the show.
  • Bare breasts of middle school students are drawn. (Not graphic)
  • Full-screen closeup of a 13-year-old's penis and testicles. (Extremely brief)
  • There are a lot of sexual references and some "nudity" but it's a cartoon.
  • A monster is called "The Hormone Monster"
  • Some brief animated nudity and sex related jokes.

Violence & Gore

  • Jay and one of his brothers are seen fighting and Jay gets knocked out. Andrew fights Nicky and blood is seen.
  • Kids heads explode as they have conversations and learn new facts.
  • A monster slaughters a talk show host's head and holds his severed head up in the air.

Profanity

  • In addition to the sexual dialogue, there is frequent mild to strong language such as "fuck", "shit", "pussy", "dick", "bitch", "ass", "damn", and "hell". Infrequent very strong language ("cunt") appears.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • Adults are seen socially drinking.
  • Some occasional mild drug references (for example, a character referring to a friend who died of a heroin overdose).
  • Many kids and teenagers are seen drinking "cotton candy brandy". One of the main characters becomes drunk later on in the episode
  • A father is seen smoking weed while his daughter has a slumber party.
  • A man drops his cocaine on the street and mugs two boys after.
  • There is drinking including underage brief cigarette smoking freguent marijauna use cocaine and pill use in one scene and frequent paraphernalia
  • An episode where Adderall is used by teens illicitly

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Some, but infrequent, bloody violence.
  • A monster slaughters a man.
  • Infrequent bloody, and sometimes disturbing, violence in the first season, including a child accidentally slitting their arm with thorns, and a monster decapitating a man, the head shown in graphic and bloody detail, and forcing it to perform fellatio on him.
  • Some viewers may find Andrews meltdown in the episode "My Furry Valentine" upsetting.
  • Rated TV-MA (DLSV) for crude sexual content, graphic nudity, pervasive language, drug and alcohol material
  • "Horrority house" can be scary to some.

Spoilers

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

Sex & Nudity

  • This show has a couple of scenes with brief animated nudity.
  • A boy gets a pillow pregnant (no sex is shown). It is later said that the pillow had sex with the boys brother.
  • A party of elderly ghosts looks at a 12 year old boys penis.The ghost laugh at him and call his penis a baby's nose.

Violence & Gore

  • All the kids get superpowers in one episode and attack each other showing gory scenes and violence
  • Maury gets stabbed in the neck in episode 3 season 4, but he recovers at the end of the episode (recovery not shown on screen)
  • Horrity house S4 E8 Has a lot of violence inside the episode that can get graphic. however, the children are drugged so it is not real.

Profanity

  • In Season 4, Episode 2, the ¨N¨ word has been used 2 times (1 cut off).

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • In season 2 episode 6 the plot is about Jessi and Nick getting high on edibles.
  • A father causes a divorcee by "getting stoned" constantly and breaks up a marriage. A minor part of the (overall) plot throughout is based on him getting high in bad situations and eventually accidentally leaving an edible out for his daughter and her friend to try (S2 E6).

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