Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this college-set comedic drama features lots of drinking, a large portion of it underage. College students frequently do shots (in one scene, a guy does a body shot off a girl's exposed belly and bites a lime out of her mouth). There are several scenes of intense making out and semi-nudity (down to bras and underwear), plenty of discussions about sex (often euphemistically), and regular use of sexually oriented insults like "slut," "whore," and "bitch." Violence is generally limited to the fist fight variety, but there's lots of nasty competitiveness and shallowness -- though viewers are supposed to know that this isn't exemplary behavior.
Lots of talk about sex, though usually euphemistically. Making-out scenes are common; some feature more passionate embraces with clothes coming off, baring bras and underwear. Some allusions to homosexual sex. Scenes in a sorority house show all the girls in their undergarments.
Occasional fist fights, without blood.
Fair amount of profanity like "ass," "bitch," "slut," etc.
The message is mixed: The main character is the show's moral center and makes mostly good choices, while other characters balance between good and bad. Some ancillary characters are completely bad -- they cheat, backstab, blackmail, and are just extremely shallow. Decent cast diversity. One gay character is in the closet.
Names of high-end brands like Prada are mentioned.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Lots of drinking, much of it underage and often without consequences.