I asked this because tonight I had a friend over and he had his son with him who's about 7 or 8 and I was watching the commentary track on AVP with the director, Sanna Lathan and Lance Henrickson. During the scene when the face huggers first come out of the eggs and leap in slow motion, Sanna Lathan said something really suggestive regarding the way the underside of the face huggers looked. She said they looked like a p***y, then she corrected herself and said vagina. Now, considering that the film is PG-13 and that language isn't allowed in the film, why is it allowed on the commentary track where kids might be listening because the parents or whomever assumes it's safe because the film is PG-13? Something just doesn't seem right with that. I realize that their is a warning that says that the studio isn't affiliated with the comments made, but they should edit these tracks better or at least inform the participants of the track that words like she used should not be uttered because of the films rating, to keep it clean. I've also heard other examples in the past, but they didn't bother me until tonight when my friends kid heard what she said and this thought occured to me. Of course, he didn't know what that word meant, but still.