Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that the hard-working Lopez family is generally respectful (the teen daughter is much less whiny and defiant than teens on other shows, and the family is supportive toward the son with dyslexia). But innuendos are common, and some of the humor relies on put-downs ("she's not like you when you were getting married -- she's not a minor, not pregnant, and knows the name of the guy she's marrying"). The ethnic humor doesn't sink as low as it could, but it is there, and sometimes it's more stereotypical than it has to be.
Love talk gets a bit steamy, and innuendo sometimes hints at topics such as masturbation.
Occasional profanity ("damn," "crap"); some humor based on insults.
The family is basically loving, but humor draws on some ethnic stereotypes and many sexual innuendos.
Lots of MTV references.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Characters drink tequila, and one episode deals with "swallowing the worm" (which results in hallucinations).