Is crude Ted really a family film?
I won't be seeing "Ted": I don't even care much for Family Guy, so I can hardly be called a Seth MacFarlane fan. I don't appreciate much in the way of crude humour - but it seems the world can't get enough of it. I sort of thought that most limits had been reached with the big bodily fluid joke in Something About Mary (which didn't even make sense, really) but how wrong I was. (Apparently, because I don't go to see the movies which are reviewed as being adult raunchy movies anyway.)
What was formerly humour that was mainly between men in a private setting is now up on the screen for women and young teenagers to see as well. The moviemakers who specialise in this might argue that it is really just being open about a level of humour that was always there, but I'm far from convinced that universalizing such stuff is a good thing.
And people really are pretty stupid when it comes to what they will take their kids to see. That's a given.