Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this classic crime drama was considered quite risqué for its time, given the subject matter and skimpy outfits. But it all seems pretty PG these days, which actually highlights how viewers have become more tolerant of sex, drugs, and nudity on television.
They may parade around in skimpy bikinis and miniskirts while solving crimes, but the Angels are as prim and proper as they come when it comes to romantic dalliances. They're rarely in serious romantic entanglements -- that is, anything serious enough for them to do more than kiss.
Guns are drawn (and, gasp!, even shot) in the Angels' pursuit of justice, but the action is very tame for modern times.
So clean it's almost laughable, given that the lead characters are supposed to be hard-boiled detectives.
Good vs. evil and the importance of fighting for justice is highlighted here. So is looking sexy while doing it.
Nothing memorable, except maybe Farrah's trend-inspiring 'do.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Everything else might be tame, but this is a police drama, after all, so many of the cases revolve around drugs.