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Sex & Nudity
- Mild and Brief Sexual Innuendos and references.
- Some kissing between Wanda and Vision
- A baby is born, but nothing explicit is shown.
- A woman asks another woman about her "seduction techniques" for her husband and she replies "I have those"
- Zero sex or nudity but some adult jokes.
- Episode 6 of s 1 has a scene in the beginning with a man in his boxers. He soon changes into a Halloween costume.
- Nothing. Zero Nudity in show
- In the series finale, one character has "Bohner" (boner) as his last name.
- wanda and vision magically push their beds together to form one and disappear under the covers, nothing explicit
Violence & Gore
- One of the least violent projects of the MCU.
- Monica, Jimmy and Darcy get involved in a brief scuffle knocking out a few soldiers. No blood and the scene takes place in the dark so it may be hard to tell for viewers what's going on.
- A woman is cut with a broken peice of glass
- One of the characters can be heard saying "Damn it" during an intense scene.
- A man says Damn after hearing a noise outside
- "Old as hell," is said in episode 4.
- In episode 5, there is an unintelligible use of the word 'dick'.
- "Kick-ass", is used in episode 6
- The words 'Damn' and 'hell' are used in the same sentence.
- In episode 9 the main villain says Damned
- Pietro says "boner" in episode 9
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- Characters drink wine.
- Only first episode in Dinner they drink
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- The show itself is not inherently violent (until episode 8) or outright frightening.
- Suggested MPAA Rating: PG-13 for sequences of sci-fi action and violence, suggestive material and language
Violence & Gore
- One scene in episode 2 shows a character in black and white break a glass which causes her to bleed red blood. This scene is very brief.
- A dog is electrocuted (it is unharmed from this) but dies later on from eating azaleas. It is shown wrapped in a blanket so it isn't seen. Not disturbing but sad.
- Quicksilver is seen with bulletholes in him for a brief moment. Slightly bloody but not much different from Age of Ultron.
- Wanda has a flashback of the night her parents died. Their bodies aren't seen but this is a rather sudden and shocking scene.
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- The show seems normal, but then every 10 minutes or so, something very strange, creepy, and off-putting happens. For example in the first episode they are scrambling to make dinner for Vision's boss, but then after all that comedy, Vision's boss chokes. Vision is frozen and doesn't do anything, and his boss's wife just sits there and eerily says "stop it" over and over. It is very off-putting, and there are many more tense moments like this.
- Vision is shown dead similar to the state he was in Infinity War. Brief but scary
- Wanda acts aggressive at some points in every episode. It is later revealed that she created a false reality out of grief for Vision.
- In the beginning of episode 4, the aftermath of everyone returning from disappearing by Thanos is shown, and could be quite intense for some viewers, as some characters are in a lot of distress.
- In episode 5, Vision confronts Wanda about everything, and he acts very scared, yelling in distress. This could disturb some viewers.
- After taking out a drone. Wanda walks out of Westview and throws the drone and acts aggressive towards the people waiting for her. What makes this worse is that it proves what she's doing is her own choice.
- Quicksilver (Pietro Maximoff) is shown dead with three bullet holes in his chest/stomach. His lip is also bleeding and has grey eyes. Similar to what he looked like in Avengers: Age of Ultron. Brief but scary.
- The fact that Wanda is manipulating innocent people is pretty scary.
- After Agnes informs Vision that he's dead she proceeds to laugh maniacally.
- It is revealed that the neighbor Agnes is really Agatha Harkness followed by a dark but comedic introductory song. This reveal is rather unsettling
- Agatha Harkness basement has some satanic stuff like "a goat, demon face, and a book that may scare young people."
- Agnes killed Billy and Tommy's dog at the end of episode 7
- The Yo-Magic commercial in episode 6 may be disturbing for some people.
- At the end of episode 8, the twins are shown being dragged towards Agatha. they are shouting for help. not gory but could be unsettling for some viewers
- While young Wanda and Pietro Maximoff watch "The Dick Van Dyke Show" with their parents a emotional scene happens then a bomb explodes out of nowhere and it may scare some audiences.
- In episode 8 there are sad moments in Wanda's flashbacks- Wanda says to Vision's dead body "I can't feel you." And she also finds out that Vision was planning a "Home to grow old in" This can be emotional for some people.
- In the beginning of episode 8, Agitha drains the life force of several witches (including her mother) attempting to take her life, leaving them presumably dead with decrepit skull-like faces.
- The final battle between Wanda and Agatha is intense but not incredibly violent.