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A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Ozzy and Drix have very different styles of germ combat but realize they work best as a team.
Violence & Scariness
White blood cell heroes chase and shoot at (with medicine) germ villains within the body.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Very mild flirtations (or attempts to flirt) typical of adolescence.
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Typical adolescent dialogue: "You're a butthead." "Yank my chain." "There's a zit."
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Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
A villain named Nick O'Teen wants Hector to smoke.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this series features gangster drama occurring inside the body of Hector, a 13-year-old boy. Bad guys are viruses and bacteria who scheme, chase, and threaten, using expressions such as "you're a butthead" or "get whacked."
Is It Any Good?
Most kids will find these characters, even the villains, funny. Expect humor to be about odor, mucus, phlegm, and bodily functions that are still humorous to this age group. The scenes in which Hector's health is in jeopardy -- for example, when a gangster named Sal Monella (voiced by Henry Winkler) tries to poison Hector -- may be frightening for children under 7 who still blur the line between reality and fantasy. Still, for those who can stomach the subject matter, Ozzy & Drix offers a glimpse into an urban world inside the complicated dynamic body of a 13-year-old who's just trying to get through the day.
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