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Sex & Nudity

  • Mordeci walks in a bathroom and finds elderly pops naked. The nudity is seen for a split second and then cuts to Mordeci's horrified face. It is then described as the episode moves along using words like wrinkly and old which could be unsettling for some viewers.
  • Frequent innuendo, specially during the first seasons.

Violence & Gore

  • The halloween episodes get a little bit violent and gory
  • The episode "Grave Sights" contains some comic gory violence.
  • A few scenes with graphic blood and guts in a comedic manner even though this is rarely shown.
  • Cartoon violence, including punching, kicking and other light-hearted violence, and some deaths (and suicides).
  • In one episode, the climax is a gunfight. Guns are fired, bullets are shown, and machine-guns and missiles are shot. The episode name is "Steak me Amadeus", although there are many more episodes where shooting is present.
  • Explosions occur in lots of episodes.
  • In the episode "It's Time", appears two seconds how a zombie-like character snatch an organ from a person.
  • In another Halloween episode, "Party Bus", a lot of people is seen dying and turning into ash.


  • Shut Up was used in the earlier seasons of the show. Later on they used, Be Quiet, Stop Talking, And Shut It
  • Bleep Words in Season 7
  • In the early seasons profanity such as crap, piss, hell and frick are very constant appearing in nearly every episode but the swearing dies down as the show moves along.
  • Infrequent uses of "damn", "hell", and "ass".
  • Mild language and crude humor.
  • "Crap", "freakin", "pissed off", "turds", "balls", "heck", "hot" and similar language are used throughout. As of season 3, "crap" and "pissed" have not appeared in any episode.
  • in later airings, all instances of "pissed" were replaced by "ticked"
  • In three episodes ("Just Set Up the Chairs", "The Unicorns Have Got to Go" and "See You There"), "what the h" is said.
  • Mild words like "sucks", "jerk", "blows" and "screwed" are used. In the finale episode "My God" is used.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • Mr Maellard is seen smoking a pipe in some episodes.
  • Nothing really, but there are indirect references.
  • Characters drink a lot of soda, to the point of nearly getting drunk.
  • In one episode there is an excessive use of eating fast food and candy (played for humor).
  • While it's not shown to be beer, characters sometimes drink liquid that is clearly beer. Also in one episode they play the song "Mississippi Queen" and the word "wine" is bleeped out by a car horn (however, in a background song of an episode the word "wine" can be heard).
  • In several episodes, the time "4:20" is seen on clocks in backgrounds as a joke. In one episode, a character says "I've got a 4:20 at a 4:20" which is possibly a drug reference.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • The Halloween episode can be frightening.
  • Several scenes including comic violence and occasional gore with guts and blood which could be unsettling.
  • Some scenes can be disturbing to younger children.
  • One episode where a car is bent on killing the main characters.
  • A few possible scary monsters, but very cartoonish.
  • Skin peeling off bone is seen twice.
  • In one of the episode one of the characters is thrown off a high platform while playing a game, he eventually gets up and continues playing.


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

Violence & Gore

  • In the Halloween episode "In the House", Mordecai is decapitated (no blood), Rigby mutates to a house, Skips is burned alive, Benson is flushed in the toilet (with leaving gumballs which consists of), Pops is sufocated, Hi-Five Ghost is liquifed (spurting white liquid) and Muscle Man has his skin ripped.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • In the last episode a main character sacrifices himself, the scene can be very upsetting for spectators.

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