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Is there any nudity in this show, and if so, which episodes?

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    scrubsrulez

    [21]Apr 26, 2007
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    Peer pressure is much more likely to cause a 14 year old to drink, do drugs, or have sex. Watching a tv show can't do that. In fact, without any exposure to any of those things, how do you expect your child to make the right decision when the times comes.
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    maxkkoik

    [22]Apr 28, 2007
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    There is realy nothing wrong with this show without the cursing it probly could be on tv (the sex is not tht bad)

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    Putty121

    [23]Apr 29, 2007
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    Dude, there's no way this show could be on network tv, even if they got rid of the cursing. You can't show naked women on tv. Although I wish they could.
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    Putty121

    [25]May 2, 2007
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    Actually... whatever I don't care anyway. Let the kid watch the damn show he'll enjoy it and it's not like they won't learn this **** somewhere else so yea go ahead.
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    Umbrageous

    [26]May 8, 2007
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    pretty sure at 14 kids are watching porno. this shows nothing
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    TheDevian

    [27]Aug 8, 2008
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    I agree with Scrubs, I also saw way worse things long before i reached 14 and we didn't have the internet or much of anything else back then, just barely had basic cable, but think about it this way, if the kid is asking to watch it, it's far better to let him watch it with you, than to go watch it on his own or with his friends (at first anyway) then you can sit down and explain the differences between reality and fantasy. when I was a kid you could see brief nudity in PG movies and even more in PG-13 when that rating came out. It's because we are so uptight about nudity and sex that we have the most repressed people and the most sex offenders and rape victims, the countries where nudity is common and accepted those things almost never happen. but its more about the content of the show then the nudity. there is also the issue of weather you are looking for a show to watch with your kid or he is asking to watch, if he is asking then he will see it anyway, its far better to watch with him to explain the whats and whys about it and why this is or isn't good behavior, if you are looking for one to watch with him, i would say find something else. My recommendation is to do what responsible parents have always done in the past, watch the show first, alone or with friends, and then decide for your self if its appropriate. My parents didn't even take me to see star wars (the original) until they saw it first. I know responsible parenting is a rarity in this country these days, but there are only 2 people who are "fit" to decide whats appropriate for kids, their parents (if they were fit to be parents in the first place).

    ...and yes putty, broadcast TV CAN in fact show nudity even in prime time (in a non sexual way) if they choose to do so, it has been done many many times {KTLA here showed shindler's list uncut once before they were a FOX affiliate} It has just gotten scasre in the last few years since the jannet jackson football incident, another example, they could have blured it,or dumped it, EVERY live broadcast had a delay, they chose not to, and then had 200,000 people complain (compared to the 50 who complained in canada) and if you ask me, 200,000 out of what? 305 million? very small % still.

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    REMiXx17

    [28]Aug 13, 2008
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    I'm 14. lol i watch the show w/ my mom & older brother and it's cool with them. but let your kid watch the show i'm sure he's seen boobs, weed, and cursing ; thats all it is and its all done in a fun way & it is an intelligent show.
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    thiswhat

    [29]Aug 15, 2008
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    trust the kid to chose to watch it if is appropriate, stop being a control freak
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    Psiphoon

    [30]Aug 20, 2008
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    Entourage is alright for 14 year old..
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