Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that the main character in this sitcom is a recently divorced man; some of the show's situations and humor might be hard to watch for families dealing with similar issues of their own. Although Gary gets along with his ex-wife, they do exchange some tense quips. There are also some stereotypical references about ex-wives being controlling and divorced dads being out of touch with their kids' needs. While the language is mild, there's some sexual innuendo (some of which will go over younger viewers' head), at least one subtle reference to inappropriate online relationships, and references to beer and drinking.
Some fairly strong sexual innuendo (some of which will go over the head of young viewers). Adult men and women are seen in bed together, but they're wearing pajamas. Some references to teens making out.
Mostly mild; words like "slutty," "whore," "hell," and "ass" are used -- but only occasionally.
Lots of discussion about divorce and relationships; highlights some of the challenges newly divorced men face. Shows a mostly positive relationship between Gary and his ex, Allison, though she's often presented as a stereotypically controlling ex-wife, while Gary is the more lenient "fun" dad who's less intuitive. The majority of the cast is Caucasian.
Tom is encouraged to meet girls in the online teen community Second Life.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Beer bottles are occasionally visible, and there are references to tequila and other alcoholic beverages; one joke references the kids being "enablers."