Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that just because this comedy features puppet characters, like Sesame Street, it's not aimed at children. The jokes are risqué and the situations involve such mature themes as jealousy, prejudice, disappointment, and office politics. Some scenes include puppets and humans drinking and there are many references to being drunk or high. Though there's no sex, there are plenty of suggestive comments and some mild swearing. This is best for older teens and up who can understand the satire.
No sex or nudity, but plenty of suggestive comments and innuendo.
Some slapstick violence involving puppets.
Plenty of mild swearing and risqué comments, including "horny," "crap," "boobs" and "dammit," and a few stronger words, like "f--k" that may or may not be bleeped, depending on the format you watch.
Though meant as satire, bitterness, jealousy, racism, and carrying petty grudges are universal in this series as it pokes fun at society's prejudices through the use of puppets who face discrimination as second-class citizens. The show finds humor in drug and alcohol use as well as toilet scenarios.
Drugs / Tobacco /
References to taking drugs, being high, and being very drunk. Some scenes feature characters drinking in bars.