Oh cute, a doggie! Not so fast. Bryan's not your average puppy dog. But even with dating struggles and a bit of a drinking problem, he's the tamest one of the bunch.
The show: Archer. The rating: TV-MA. This series is for mature audiences due to its (hilarious) depiction of a super spy living up the lifestyle of exotic locations, booze and sex.
Political commentary sprinkled with bathroom humor is a recipe not suitable for children. After all, South Park's shock-value aesthetic is even too much for some adults.
Many names, same adult-targeted show, which originated as Aqua Teen Hunger Force at the turn of the century and became a classic for then teens (and younger kids who shouldn't have been watching).
America? Cool! Aliens? Cool! Chauvinist versus feminist ideals? Hang on, wait. Maybe the kiddos should sit this series out.
This ain't Care Bears, folks. These foul-mouthed, nasty squid friends are not destined to be made into this year's must-have holiday stuffed-toy set.
Robot Chicken is just, strange. Frequently it's viewed and enjoyed by people who are not exactly in a sober state. And to not be sober you must be--yep, you guessed it!--a grown up.
struggles and a bit of a drinking problem, he's the tamest one of the bunch.
Strings of expletives and the volatile social themes are for adults only. Though this is an excellent choice for after the kids go to bed. Pro tip: Keep the volume low.
Mr. Pickles is not your average pup. Save yourself the agony of telling your little cousin he can't have a satanic dog for his birthday by not watching this with him.
Okay, here's a rule: Everything on Adult Swim is for adults. Hence the "Adult" part. Rick and Morty is no exception, even if the main character happens to be a kid.