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Sex & Nudity

  • Cartoon male and female nudity in at least 4-5 episodes. Bare chests and buttocks are typically what's seen, but the pubic region is occasionally very briefly on display as well.
  • crude jokes for female/male genitalia
  • Some crass and crude sex jokes are sprinkled throughout the episodes as well.
  • Almost no nudity in the 2nd anthology. Genitalia on display in a circus in the final episode, The Drowned Giant.
  • In one episode there is implied sex.
  • There are occasional scenes implying sexual encounters and acts.
  • Season 3 contains no graphic nudity. Very tame compares to the first two season.
  • Lots of male genitalia albeit largely computer generated, no female genitalia but some nudity less severe also not usually real people
  • Multiple sex scenes
  • First serie of the first season, a girls nipples are shown.
  • Season 3 is free from nudity
  • Some episodes have nudity, some don't. The majority of it occurs in season 1 though, and it gets tamer as the show progresses.
  • Nudity is never highly explicit and is always animated therefore is in less detail than it otherwise would've been in.
  • Many episodes have nothing sexual about them, while others do. However you can always skip the ones that do if needed.

Violence & Gore

  • This show is animated, but it's very gory. Every way a physical body can die is on display at some point or another.
  • The violence is about Family Guy/South Park level, but, in most episodes the animation is very realistic, making the deaths more brutal.
  • Where in seasons 1 and 2, there are only a few episodes that have gore, season 3 has over-the-top violence and gore in almost every episode.


  • Frequent uses of f--k, cun-, shit, ass, bitch, some racial slurs, etc. Profanity varies in episodes, with some containing extreme profanities and some containing none.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • A few alcoholic drinks are referenced and shown. Characters smoke and use drugs in some, but not all, episodes.
  • A sedative drug is used.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Many of the episodes are intentionally disturbing by nature. Characters' minds are bended, and it makes the viewer's mind wander in strange and atypical ways. People are chased, stalked, and murdered constantly. There are very infrequent scenes of suicide.
  • The series will make your mind think and it's very strange, and odd. The show is mind bogglingly unreal and extremely unsettling at times.
  • The second season is tamer than the first, but it's still unsettling. However that's not the case with the third one, which is a lot gorier than the previous two.


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

Violence & Gore

  • In one segment of the series, there's a demo simulator of various ways to kill Hitler: From an insane brawl, to be killed by a runaway horse, to be suffocated by a giant gelatin, to be killed by a giant meteor, and to be rescued by his future-self, only to be destroying all life on earth by touching each other's fingers.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • A man see's hallucinations which eventually lead him to be reckless, he eventually falls off a cliff to his death. It's implied he was high on some sort of drug.

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