Characters break into a convenience store and binge on junk food; characters laugh at others' misfortunes; lots of bathroom humor involving toilets, butts, farts, spit, snot, underwear, and defecating. Humor also mined from cultural and ethnic stereotypes in terms of mannerisms and accents. On the plus side, the main characters develop self-reliance and self-respect over the course of the movie, which also has messages about friendship, loyalty, and finding peace in a violent world.
Cartoonish violence throughout. Animals do battle with acorns, porcupine quills, skunk spray, etc. A hunter in a truck tries to run over a deer he had kept strapped to his hood in an earlier scene. This hunter is often shown shooting at the characters. A truck gets blown up with a propane gas tank; running gag about rabbits being abused (tossed about, thrown against windows); a character has acorns fired at him; wild scene involving characters going over a waterfall.
Double entendre involving sex, flirting.
"Butt," "bummer," "hairless pink pahookey." Some believe the word "bucktoothed" mouthed by a character with a Scottish accent sounds like "f--k." In a different scene, animals in the woods call "fight" the "F" word. Some double entendre involving the use of the word "nuts" by a squirrel.
Chevy trucks, Wheel of Fortune, Jeopardy, candy items.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Boog is tempted by candy; characters are shown "high" on sugar and coffee ("It's like freedom in a cup!"); some smoking and drinking among characters. After consuming too much sugar, Boog behaves like someone drunk on alcohol: stumbling around, slurring his speech, even throwing up. The next day, he behaves like someone suffering a painful hangover.