Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this irreverent, partially improvised sitcom has plenty of adult-skewed humor, including jokes about casual sex and Jesus. Ethnicity and sexual orientation are the basis of some jokes, though the treatment is generally respectful. Some crude language pops up.
Discussion of sexual activity, such as one-night stands, "friends with benefits," heavy flirting.
Some slapstick humor -- chasing, hitting.
Mild swearing ("damn," "ass," etc.). Some other coarse language, like "screw."
The main characters are good at heart, but their flaws are highlighted for comedy's sake. Plots involve jealosy, competition, cheating, etc. Anti-corporate message. Humorous, though not unkind, treatment of race and homosexuality. Diverse cast.
Girl Scout Cookies appear in one episode. Some brands are visible in the background, but they're not obvious.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Some discussion of drinking or smoking.