Little House on the Prairie too racy for Finland

Nov 13, 2008 at 3:43 p.m. ET

Little House on the Prairie is adults-only?

What on earth is so 'adult' of them?Not so much! But, according to a Reuters news story, Finnish authorities charge two euros ($2.57) per minute for assessing the correct age limit on films and television series.

Obviously, this can get quite expensive on a long TV series such as Little House on the Prairie, so Universal Pictures opted to forgo the assessment.

Passing means the DVD can only be sold with a sticker saying "Banned for under-18s."

Apparently there were more things going on in that little house than anyone ever imagined!

Little House on the Prairie: The Complete Series is new in stores this week.

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