Monty Python's Flying Circus (1969–1974)
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Sex & Nudity
- In the sketch "The Dull Life of a City Stockbroker," a man walks into a corner shop to purchase something. The clerk behind the counter is a topless blonde woman. Her breasts are in full view.
- In the sketch "Scott of the Sahara," a woman runs away from the camera and her coat is caught on a cactus. It's pulled off and she is now only wearing panties as she runs slowly. We see her bare back but no breasts.
- Contains some mild sexual references and nudity throughout the course of the series.
- Many of the animated sketches feature still photographs of nude women and/or men (however, any genital detail has either been edited out of the image or is obscured). A few episodes feature breast and/or rear nudity.
Violence & Gore
- Some episodes contain unrealistic, cartoon-like violence and/or over-the-top bloody violence. Any instances of bloody violence are extremely overplayed due to the technical constraints of the era in which the series was produced; and the violence is intended to amuse, as opposed to horrify; however, younger viewers may be disturbed by some of the stronger instances of violence.
- Contains infrequent use of coarse language such as "whore", "bitch" and "piss".
- Some episodes also contain ethnic and/or discriminative slurs that may offend some segments of the community (e.g. "nigger", "poof").
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- Some characters can be spotted smoking and/or consuming alcoholic beverages throughout the course of the series.
Frightening & Intense Scenes