Amish gangsters attempt to protect their community by living and acting according to their own rules sending viewers a distorted image of Amish people.
Positive Role Models & Representations
Bats, knives, and automatic rifles are used to confront people or make a point. Stories are told about Levi breaking people's arms and other violent acts. Mug shots of the gang members are shown, along with a semi-visible list of their arrest records and convictions; some have served jail time. At least one episode features bloody boxing matches. Occasionally vultures are shown picking at animal carcasses. The October 2006 Amish school shooting is referenced. The bible is used to justify violent acts.
Contains references to extra-marital affairs, prostitutes, and unprotected sex. At least one episode features a semi-dressed woman.
Words like "crap," "piss," and "ass" are audible; curses like "s--t" and "f--k" are bleeped.
Chevy trucks, Mercedes-Benz, and Cadillacs are visible.
Ease of Play
Hard liquor is secretly consumed by the gang when celebrating a job well done. Marijuana plants are visible in fields, but are seen as negative things.