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What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Jokes involve race, sex, sexuality, and other hot-button issues. Diverse cast.
Violence & Scariness
Some mock violence. One animated short involves a cartoon character being seriously wounded (or killed?) by a shotgun and lying in a pool of blood.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Varies, but some skits include things like pretend sexual harrassment and jokes about having sex with a promiscious woman. Some very sexual language is bleeped but obvious ("p---y").
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Extreme language is bleeped but often obvious. Words like "ass" and "bitch" aren't bleeped.
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Products & Purchases
One hilarious skit makes fun of product placement.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
A little bit -- one skit about an animated cartoon character shows him drinking something out of a flask while depressed.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this sketch comedy series features both shorts produced expressly for the show and those made by users (who submit them via the show's Web site). The material is unevenly funny and often contains adolescent sexual and/or potty humor, as well as jokes based on hot-button issues like race. Some of the sexual elements edge across the line into adults-only territory, though they vary from episode to episode and skit to skit. For example, one short about a woman who was sexually harassed by her male coworkers until she exploded in anger included extreme sexual language and descriptions, most of which was bleeped but obvious. Another skit involves an animated character who breaks into kids' homes and scares them -- until he's shot by an angry father and lies in a pool of his blood on the verge of death. You get the idea.
Is It Any Good?
Skits sometimes contain adult humor with sexual elements, like a mock History Detectives show that hunts down the story behind a Polish joke that involves having sex with a promiscuous farmer's daughter and eating pee-soaked popcorn. While there's no nudity -- or even any visible sexual activity -- the storyline is pretty racy and probably not appropriate for younger viewers. Teens might find Acceptable.TV good for laughs and might even enjoy the participatory element, but parents might want to preview the show to get a sense of the content before giving the all clear.
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