John Larroquette and Kirstie Alley start to get intimate at the beginning and end of the film but are interrupted. Some sexual discussion some of it very crude and nasty.
Violence & Gore
Violence & Gore Reason
Played for laughs. A cat dies several times and comes back to life. Slapstick destruction, explosions, fighting, injuries, threats, etc..Projectile vomiting from a cat(realistic, discusting, and lingered over). Discussion about the best way to murder someone. A woman thrown out a window(not killed).
A lawn is mown to read "fuck you". A few other f words are spoken but they are bleeped out. Use of words like shit, ass, dickhead, fag(said by a nasty child) throughout the movie. Also, lots of mean-spirited name calling such as moron, yokal, and maggot and a few bigotted ones said about a man from the Middle East.
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking Reason
Social drinking. A teenager is a very mean heroin addict and dealer but we don't see him actually using. One of the ways the cat dies by overdosing on the heroin which a cop later tastes.
Frightening & Intense Scenes
Frightening & Intense Scenes Reason
Chaotic scenes but nothing scary or frightening. While the movie stays within the confines of its PG-13 rating technically, this is one of the most vile PG-13 rated comedies I have ever seen.