Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Apartment Troubles is an independent comedy about two artistic best friends/roommates who don't have enough income to bother paying their electricity bill -- or rent. There's some strong language ("f--k," "s--t," "a--hole," "bitch"), drinking by adults (a couple to the point of drunkenness), prescription drug use, and some mild fighting. An older married woman keeps hitting on/trying to kiss a younger woman who isn't interested in her. The young women -- who are affectionate and share a bed, though their relationship isn't sexual -- don't seem to have a job or worry about how to live up to their responsibilities.
Kimberley keeps hitting on and trying to make passes at/kiss Olivia. Although Olivia and Nicole are affectionate and sleep in the same bed, their relationship isn't sexual (although one of them is in love with the other).
Nicole and Olivia get into a pushing and shouting match with two other women. A cat dies.
Occasional use of "f--k," "s--t," "a--hole," and more.
Nicole and Olivia's adventures could be perceived as a cautionary tale about not letting yourself be in a situation where you're about to be evicted, when you can easily get help from caring family members.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Drinking at dinner parties; a couple of characters get drunk/tipsy. Olivia takes mood-altering prescription drugs, as does a supporting character with erratic behavior.