Anthony Breznican‘s 2.6 piece in USA Today says that Kevin Smith‘s Clerks II, which will hit theatres in the fall, “is so audaciously raunchy — one scene is sure to challenge the squeamishness of even the most ardent gross-out comedy fan — that Smith says the film may ultimately make its debut unrated, even if that restricts its availability at some theaters.” He quotes Smith as saying that “in terms of the edginess of the humor, I don’t think we’ve ever gone this far before. People who are really critical of us and dismiss us for making (dirty-joke) pictures: They’re right, they’re not wrong. But at the same time, that’s not all we do.”