This 1990s Nickelodeon series focuses on Rocko, a young wallaby from Austrailia who lives out his modern life with his friends Heffer and Filburt. The show was very spot on in exaggerating bad things that happened in the adult world. Rocko is constantly getting held back by bills, his friends, his jobs and life in general. The show did a good job at parodying America without relying on too much pop culture. Now this show is noted for it's racy content and some of it is kind of crazy for a kids show. The features some cartoony violence like people hitting each other with blunt objects and fists but it isn't really that bad. Other instances involve vehicle crashes on screen and even a whole episode about plane crashes. Sometimes limbs were shown falling off with blood, but mostly in the first season. The language is pretty tame, but I have heard the word "hell" mentioned in one episode and it was written out on screen for about 30 seconds in another episode. Also Crap/Crappy were said in very few episodes, most notably "Fish and Chumps" where a guy was named Crappy Jack. Also replacement words were used like "Holy Spit!" or something to that effect. Probably the edgiest thing about this show was the innuendo. They got so much sexual content past the radar that I'm surprised this show lasted as long as it did. Stuff like people getting their crotch grabbed, overly emphasized breasts, side boob, and "balls" jokes were common in the series. Probably the biggest offense was the restaurant named "Chokey Chicken" having a strong presence throughout the series. However they considerably toned down the show in season 4, even removing the "Chokey Chicken" reference. Overall, the content will most likely fly past kids heads, but the cartoon violence and the "Chokey Chicken" may be much for younger kids. Also, this show surprisingly had a lot of smoking and some drug references in it. Only side characters smoked, and in one episode a baseball player gives Heffer a chewed piece of tabacoo. One episode featured Rocko getting high off a pill in detail. This show definitely doesn't deserve it's TV-Y rating and it should have been rated TV-G/TV-PG. But the edgy humor is pretty funny and the show has a lot of references to stuff an adult can relate to. It was pretty much the "Regular Show" of the 1990s. I feel this show was made more for adults as well as kids and it holds up surprisingly well to this day.