||This movie has a number of suggestive scenes and the dialogue contains some sex jokes.
A man and a woman kiss passionately on bed and a fantasy/childrens'-cartoon style sequence plays, implying sex. It is implied that they have sex. Ron then tells everyone that he had sex with her and even states that on TV.
A man gets a very obvious erection in his pants for an extended sequence. A woman points it out and he tries to "walk the situation off" in his office.
A man says he though san diego meant a whale vagina.
On character says he wants to slather BBQ sauce on another character's rear end
A man says he wants to be friends with a woman's butt
Another man also says there is a party in my pants.
A woman is wearing only an apron (small part of the breast visable)
A man wears tighty-whitey underwear and thrusts his crotch at a woman to distract her
A man invites a woman to a "party in his pants" (and then another man)
||All of the violence is over-the-top, and more bearable than it may sound.
A bear bites off a man's arm. No blood.
You see a few news-casting teams hitting each other with cameras and microphones on the street. A guy gets stabbed (not bloody), a guy is on fire and a guy's arm is chopped off (with the stub clearly visible).
Brick throws a trident and kills man with it (he should probably lay low for a while)
Woman throws a typewriter at a man, it hits him in the head.
A woman rips off a TV antenna and hits a man a few times with it.
A woman sprays mace in a man's eyes. He later sprays it in his own eyes by accident
||5 uses of 'shit', 5 of 'ass', a few of 'whore' and 'bitch' during arguments, and 1 of 'fuck'. The unrated version has 6 more uses of 'fuck', all within one scene.
||Several instances of smoking.
The news team drinks and smokes before every broadcast.
A character becomes an alcoholic for a short period of time.
||Although the scene with the dog being thrown into the water under a bridge is meant to be comical, it could still upset some animal lovers.
While there's no nudity or detailed sex, there's a pretty big amount of verbal sexual humor. Some might be offended by frequent instances of sexism. 1970s sexism is a prominent theme in this movie.