• Director(s)

    Rebecca Asher

  • Production Year

    2024

  • Genre(s)

    Comedy, Drama

  • Cast

    Nicola Coughlan, Lydia West, Robert Gilbert

TV Show

Big Mood

BIG MOOD is a British comedy drama series; in this episode, Maggie convinces Eddie to drive her to a public speaking gig at her old school.

BIG MOOD is a British comedy drama series; in this episode, Maggie convinces Eddie to drive her to a public speaking gig at her old school.

  • Director(s)

    Rebecca Asher

  • Production Year

    2024

  • Genre(s)

    Comedy, Drama

  • Cast

    Nicola Coughlan, Lydia West, Robert Gilbert

strong language, sexual violence references
Classified Date:
09/05/2024
Use:
Physical media + VOD/Streaming
language
Occasional strong language (‘f**k’) occurs, as well as moderate bad language (‘wanker’) and milder terms such as ‘piss’, ‘shit’, ‘bloody’, ‘arse’, ‘hell’, ‘Jesus’, ‘God’ and ‘damn’.
sexual violence and sexual threat
A brief flashback scene depicts a male teacher attempting to kiss a student at a high school prom, however, another character quickly intervenes. There are also brief verbal references to child sex abuse. A character makes a sexual remark about a woman’s body, however, his behaviour is immediately challenged. Sexual violence is clearly condemned by the work as a whole.
A crude comic verbal reference is made to semen. A pair of characters passionately kiss and begin to remove their clothing in an establishment of sex. Characters express concern over a loved one’s mental health. Infrequent comic verbal references are made to drug misuse.
strong language, sex references, drug misuse, self-harm references
Classified Date:
09/05/2024
Use:
Physical media + VOD/Streaming
language
Use of strong language ('f**k') is accompanied by milder terms such as 'piss', 'shit', 'arse' and 'Jesus'.
sex
There are strong sex references, such as a woman masturbating a fake penis and holding it to her mouth.
drugs
Characters consume 'mushroom oil' which results in them experiencing psychedelic effects. References are made to cocaine use.
self-harm
A man mimes cutting himself and there is sight of a woman's self-harm wounds covered with plasters but with blood seeping through.
flashing/flickering lights
This work contains flashing images which may affect viewers who are susceptible to photosensitive epilepsy.
References are made to a woman's 'mood disorder' and the medications she takes to control it. A couple wear comic nude bodysuits. A woman compares herself to a 'tube groper'.
strong language
Classified Date:
09/05/2024
Use:
Physical media + VOD/Streaming
language
The episode features strong language.('f**k') and uses of 'piss', 'shit' and 'God'.
There are undetailed references to suicide and self harm. A woman shows her friend a miniature sculpture which a man has left for her, and they joke about the statue's breasts being 'page three'. There is a brief close up on some lines of white powder after a party; however, drugs are not glamourised. A man leaves a dinner party to go to hospital after having an allergic reaction to food, which causes his lips to enlarge.
strong language
Classified Date:
09/05/2024
Use:
Physical media + VOD/Streaming
language
There is use of strong language ('f**k') as well as use of milder terms including 'bitch', 'slag', 'dickhead', 'shit', 'piss', 'God', 'Jesus' and 'Christ'.
Two friends are briefly seen consuming marijuana edibles. Occasional remarks allude to sex, including to sexually transmitted infections and adultery. References are made to a woman's mental health, and she experiences hallucinations. A comic fight sequence occurs, during which a woman puts another in a headlock. There is mild rude humour, including the sight of a crude drawing in graffiti.
strong language
Classified Date:
09/05/2024
Use:
Physical media + VOD/Streaming
language
There is use of strong language ('f**k'), as well as use of milder terms including 'dick', 'arse' and 'shit'.
Sex references include infrequent crude remarks about masturbation and oral sex. A person makes a remark alluding to suicide, and there is an undetailed, passing verbal reference to sexual assault. A woman visits an abortion clinic, seeking to terminate her pregnancy. There are references to mental health. There is very mild rude humour, including a woman repeatedly vomiting into various receptacles throughout the episode.
strong language
Classified Date:
09/05/2024
Use:
Physical media + VOD/Streaming
language
Use of strong language ('f**k') is accompanied by milder terms such as 'dick', 'fanny', 'bollocks', 'bloody', 'arse', 'shit' and 'Jesus'.
A woman goes to a clinic to have an abortion and there are verbal references to bleeding due to a termination. A woman struggles with her mental health, hallucinating and having panicky episodes. There are references to medication, self-harm and suicide in the context of mental illness. A sequence of moderate threat occurs, due to her hallucinations, in which she believes she is being abducted but it is quickly evident that this is not the case.
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  • Classified date

    09/05/2024

  • Distributor

    Spirit Entertainment

  • Language

    English