Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Grace and Frankie is a series about two women in their 70s who suddenly learn that their husbands are leaving them for each other. Though the characters are relatively realistic, the show is fun and doesn't take itself too seriously, Many plot points involve the consumption of substances: Characters take peyote on-screen and hallucinate; they take prescription pills and smoke pot and cigarettes. They also joke about oral sex, sexually transmitted diseases, and infidelity. There's some swearing, too: "f--k," "s--t," and "bitch."
Many sex jokes that reference oral sex, group sex, sexually transmitted diseases, and the like.
Some mild threats of violence; characters threaten to punch each other in the nose.
Cursing generally lighthearted, but many four-letter words: "f--k," "s--t," and so on. Gendered insults, as when a woman is called a "bitch."
The power of family bonds is stressed.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Many references to drinking and drugs. Characters take peyote on-screen, smoke, drink, take prescription medication. They get drunk or high and act silly or aggressive. Characters come to life-altering decisions under the influence of psychedelic drugs.